Flash has become the close to eponymous with web animation, and you can find countless funny or stylish animations that are created with it and shared online. Even many of the animation videos that you see on sites such as YouTube have their roots in Flash, as do some websites. The only downside with Flash-based videos is that there is no option to save or download them, so if you wanted to do so to share it offline with your friends – you won’t be able to.
Of course there is a solution to this: The Movavi Screen Capture Studio. With it, you can ‘record’ the Flash video by capturing your screen while it is playing, and then save it as any video format. The best part is that it is actually really easy to do so:
- Start the software and set the ‘capture area’ to encompass the Flash video that you’d like to record.
- Ensure the audio source is set to ‘system audio’ so that it also captures the audio from the Flash video.
- Click ‘REC’ to start the recording.
- When it is done, stop the recording by clicking ‘Stop’ and then save the video using one of the many presets available that will automatically optimize it for the platform or device that you’re going to use it on.
If you like, you can also put the other features of the Movavi Screen Capture Studio to use and edit the video to trim any unwanted segments, enhance its quality, add subtitles, include background music or even transform it with special effects and filters. Quite frankly you’ll be amazed by the sheer number of options that are at your disposal, so be sure to try them out and see for yourself how they work.
Because the Movavi Screen Capture Studio is so user-friendly, you’ll find that using it to capture Flash video is really a walk in the park. Its other features are equally intuitive, so you should have no issues figuring them out and maximizing their potential.