TheÂ Snipping ToolÂ app (version 11.2211.35.0) for Windows 11 includes a built-in screen recorder.
You will be able to select and refine the part of your screen that you want to record before starting your screen recording session. When you are finished, you can preview your recording before saving or sharing it with others.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Snipping Tool app for screen recording in Windows 11.
The default sound input device is the device that Windows uses for speaking or recording.
When you connect more than one microphone or other recording devices to your PC, you can select which device you want to use by default.
This tutorial will show you different ways to change the default sound input device for your account in Windows 11.
Mixed reality blends real-world and virtual content into hybrid environments where physical and digital objects coexist and interact.
Mixed reality capture (MRC) lets you capture your mixed reality experience as either a photograph or a video. This lets you share the experience with others by allowing them to see the holograms as you see them. Such videos and photos are from a first-person point of view.
Mixed reality capture videos are recorded with 1408x792px (HoloLens) or 1632x918px (Immersive headsets) resolution and 48kHz Stereo, and saved as a .mp4 file to your Camera Roll folder (C:\Users\\Pictures\Camera Roll).
Videos have a maximum length of five minutes.
This tutorial will show you how to record video while in Windows Mixed Reality using an immersive headset in Windows 10.