Do your kids enjoy some of those hilarious Flash-based cartoons that can be found online on various websites? Many children find them captivating, and they can actually be a great way to keep your kids entertained or distract them when they’re feeling restless.
Of course, you probably aren’t going to want to continuously go to websites to view these Flash videos, which is why it would make sense to save them instead. Unfortunately as you probably know Flash videos don’t normally come with an option to do so – which is why you’ll have to rely on the Movavi Screen Capture Studio instead.
Using the Movavi Screen Capture Studio, you can essentially ‘record’ the Flash video that you want and then save it onto your PC. All that you need to do is set it to capture the region where the video is playing and then play the Flash video while you start the recording. When it’s done you will be able to conveniently save it or even optimize it for specific devices with the help of the hundreds of presets that are available.
Some of these presets cater to mobile devices as well, and that is certainly worth taking advantage of as it will mean that you can optimize the videos for your tablet or smartphone and carry it around with you so that you always have it close at hand.
Before you do save your video however, you should explore and try out some of the other features of the Movavi Screen Capture Studio. Apart from being able to capture Flash video, it also has a wide range of capabilities that include:
•Cutting and combining segments of video to get rid of unnecessary parts of your videos or merge separate videos together.
•Enhancing the quality of the videos and improving any issues that may be present.
•Using filters and special effects to transform the visual appearance and style of the videos.
•Adding background music, voiceovers, or any other audio tracks to the video.
•Inserting customizable text as captions, subtitles or watermarks.
By spending a bit of time and trying out these features, you should begin to develop a better idea of how they can affect your video – and you can then decide how and when you want to use them. In some cases they may even present some attractive options, such as cutting the highlights from several funny Flash videos and merging them into a single video.