When recording online meetings, gameplay, or other screen activities in Windows 10/11, we can use the default Xbox Game Bar to record them in a full-screen window. Yet, to record part of screen that we desire, a proper third-party screen recorder is required. In this blog, I will provide a practical screen recorder (no watermark) and show you how to record portion of screen with it in easy steps. Keep reading.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is the screen recorder I’d like to recommend. The software is an all-in-one program for processing video and audio-related tasks. It features a simple screen recorder that allows you to record full screen or part of screen on Windows (with audio) in high-quality MP4, MKV, MOV, or AVI. Besides, it enables you to further edit the screen recordings by cropping, trimming, adding special effects, compressing, or converting to other popular formats and devices. The recording process is straightforward. Now, free download free download this software and follow the tutorial below to record section of screen easily.
Run HD Video Converter Factory Pro. You’ll see five modules on the startup interface, Converter, Downloader, Recorder, GIF Maker and Toolbox. Enter the Recorder module.
Click the Custom button first from the left and move your mouse to select a specific part of the screen you want to record. After you’ve selected the area, click the OK button.
Now, choose a recording format, quality, frame rate, and turn on/off GPU acceleration from the settings below.
Then, check the audio source. Use Desktop if you want to record system sound or Microphone to record external audio.
Next, click the bottom triangle button to set an output folder or leave it as default.
Finally, click the big red REC button and a five-second countdown will appear before the recording start. When you are done, press hotkey ‘Ctrl + F1’ or click the recoding icon to stop the recording. Then, you can go to the folder you just set to view the recordings.
That’s all I want to share with you about how to record part of screen on Windows 10/11. If you have any questions during the recording process, you can DM me on Twitter. I’ll be glad to help. Thanks for reading.