Camera Record HD - Capture Video Recorder
Developer: Xiaolei Zhang
Current Version: 3.1.8
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Download Size: 9.6 MB - Download
Camera Record HD compatible with the Mac’s built-in camera, or countless other third-party cameras .
Camera Record HD is easy to record your camera video and record audio from mic . The app support HD video resolution.
Camera Record HD can edit your video ( video crop and video trim ).
#### Main Function ####
1. Record video from camera .
2. Record audio from mic .
3. Pause and resume record .
4. horizontally and vertically flip .
5. Add local time on record video .
6. Custom recorded video’s frame rate, resolution and bitrate .
7. Edit video ( Crop and Trim ).
Note: If you have some problems,Please send an email to [email protected] I will solve these issues as quickly as possible.
Resolved some bugs .
Most Helpful Reviews
Works as expected - I tried this app due to suspicious activity happening in my room. Its great! Records for as long as the computer isn’t asleep. It even predicts how much memory the video will take per hour, with multiple video settings.
More Reviews for Current Version
A very handy App - I find this app usefull in setting up my camera, mic and light. I would give it 5 stars if it would retain my audio input settings from one startup to the next. It seems to keep all my other choices but always reverts to the top of the list of audio inputs (a source I don’t use) after quitting. End result is I have to re-start my recording session after I realize that my mic is not recording my voice. I am happy with this product and it is well worth its cost. Thank you!
Value for price - It’s basic but does not pretend to be anything else. I really just want to use it to download video from my old DV video recorder to mpg/ mp4 format. Initially I was ready to set it aside as useless due to poor performance and a lack of understanding how the editor worked. I think the product would really benefit from a rudimentry User Guide inside the App. The app provides a reasonable amount of settings but I have little understanding of what is optimum. So, after some trial and error ( App freezes making some selections) I worked out what works well for me and what did not. I downloded video into .mov format ( only one that worked). After that I used the Edit function ( again after some trial and error) to convert to mp4 format. A little cumbersome but works. The output ( mp4) worked fine when played on my video player.