There’s no maximum length for recording with Easy Screen Capture Video, however you can reduce video file size. We will show you three great ways to do this.
However there are limits regarding file sizes.
The largest filesize you can have an AVI is 4GB on a FAT32 formatted hard disk and 16 EB (Exobytes) on an NTFS formatted drive.
Here are some tips:
1. Only record as much screen area as you need. Keep in mind that the video dimensions will dramatically increase file size. If you do not need a full screen recording, then recording your entire screen is really unnecessary. There are great zoom and pan option you can use. This technique is excellent if you want the viewer’s attention to go to a specific area of the screen.
2. Keep you on-screen movement to a minimum. A simple rule is the more movement you have in a video, the larger the file size will be. Many times you see recordings with presentation slides like PowerPoint. These videos are much smaller in file size than recording live screen videos and just as effective.
3. Try testing with a smaller quality setting in the video options area and try other codecs such as DivX if you’re recording video playing in a Media player. Also, consider using a setting such as 15 frames per second. The frame rate indicates how many frames per second are shown. This setting is perfect for a PowerPoint presentation and you will have a very small file size. Anyone watching your video will not notice any change in the quality of your production.
All of those should help reduce the final file size of your video.
One last point to keep in mind. The larger the file, the larger the amount of RAM needed to play the video and the faster the CPU needed to display all the video data.
Remember, even if you use one of the above tips you will notice a considerable smaller video file size.
Now, you are ready to learn how to make a HD screen recorder