Free Screen Recorder Software by TeamViewer

Screen video recording – a great asset for businesses, support teams, and education professionals alike. Free for private use.

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Create Shareable Support and Training Material using the Desktop Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Our definition of a workplace or classroom is gradually changing from a physical space to a virtual one. Working online offers many advantages, one of which is that we can log and record much of what we are doing. Used in conjunction with the TeamViewer screen sharing feature, screen recording offers a uniquely powerful way to create more widely accessible and shareable videos for all manner of purposes: to share presentations, create webinars, produce training materials or reflect on remote service standards. Whether you are an IT manager who, should a dispute arise, requires all client communication to be documented, a tech support worker who wants to collaborate with colleagues, or an IT admin who needs a video capture of previously solved problems, TeamViewer’s built-in screen recorder software ensures you always have the material you need.

How to use the TeamViewer Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

Screen recording with TeamViewer functions much like a screenshot feature; however, instead of taking a single snapshot, the software captures all activity on your screen within the timeframe you set. It also allows you to include audio, crop the specific part of the desktop you want to record, and edit the screen visuals, making it an excellent means of creating webinars and how-to videos. Desktop recording software enables the entire team to join and collaborate from the comfort and convenience of their desk, alleviating the capacity limits of a conference room.

TeamViewer’s screen recording feature is fully integrated into the complete functionality of the software. You can choose to set the record feature as a manual function or to automatically record every remote session that is launched. Once the recording is complete, you can then replay it directly with the client – no need for a third party media player. All communications made during the recorded session – including sound, VoIP, video recorder and webcam images – are then available for review.

Use Cases for Desktop Recording Software

In the corporate world, software to capture screens can be an extremely useful tool. Crucial stakeholders or managers can observe important team meetings that they are not able to attend in-person, which allows them to stay up-to-date on project progress or follow the course of technical problem resolution. Furthermore, screen recording enables IT admins to document problems they see on remote devices, as well as the actions taken to resolve them; this helps to inform future activity should the issue recur.

Support teams can greatly benefit from TeamViewer’s desktop screen recorder as it offers the opportunity to reflect and improve upon the quality of the support and service provided. Examples of both negative and positive interactions help to train new staff, while recurrent problems can be highlighted and addressed. Indeed, the transparency of the tool enables the customer experience to be evaluated and strengthened, helping to improve businesses’ customer satisfaction and retention rates.

For managers, educators, and HR staff, screen recording makes it possible to distribute knowledge to a wider audience, saving time and resources. Rather than regularly presenting the same webinar to new hires, you can simply record the presentation and then distribute the material as part of the onboarding process. This ensures that all employees receive the same level of information irrespective of where they are based and avoid potential scheduling conflicts.

Shareable Support and Training

Create Shareable Support and Training Material using the Desktop Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Our definition of a workplace or classroom is gradually changing from a physical space to a virtual one. Working online offers many advantages, one of which is that we can log and record much of what we are doing. Used in conjunction with the TeamViewer screen sharing feature, screen recording offers a uniquely powerful way to create more widely accessible and shareable videos for all manner of purposes: to share presentations, create webinars, produce training materials or reflect on remote service standards. Whether you are an IT manager who, should a dispute arise, requires all client communication to be documented, a tech support worker who wants to collaborate with colleagues, or an IT admin who needs a video capture of previously solved problems, TeamViewer’s built-in screen recorder software ensures you always have the material you need.

How to Use

How to use the TeamViewer Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

Screen recording with TeamViewer functions much like a screenshot feature; however, instead of taking a single snapshot, the software captures all activity on your screen within the timeframe you set. It also allows you to include audio, crop the specific part of the desktop you want to record, and edit the screen visuals, making it an excellent means of creating webinars and how-to videos. Desktop recording software enables the entire team to join and collaborate from the comfort and convenience of their desk, alleviating the capacity limits of a conference room.

TeamViewer’s screen recording feature is fully integrated into the complete functionality of the software. You can choose to set the record feature as a manual function or to automatically record every remote session that is launched. Once the recording is complete, you can then replay it directly with the client – no need for a third party media player. All communications made during the recorded session – including sound, VoIP, video recorder and webcam images – are then available for review.

Use Cases

Use Cases for Desktop Recording Software

In the corporate world, software to capture screens can be an extremely useful tool. Crucial stakeholders or managers can observe important team meetings that they are not able to attend in-person, which allows them to stay up-to-date on project progress or follow the course of technical problem resolution. Furthermore, screen recording enables IT admins to document problems they see on remote devices, as well as the actions taken to resolve them; this helps to inform future activity should the issue recur.

Support teams can greatly benefit from TeamViewer’s desktop screen recorder as it offers the opportunity to reflect and improve upon the quality of the support and service provided. Examples of both negative and positive interactions help to train new staff, while recurrent problems can be highlighted and addressed. Indeed, the transparency of the tool enables the customer experience to be evaluated and strengthened, helping to improve businesses’ customer satisfaction and retention rates.

For managers, educators, and HR staff, screen recording makes it possible to distribute knowledge to a wider audience, saving time and resources. Rather than regularly presenting the same webinar to new hires, you can simply record the presentation and then distribute the material as part of the onboarding process. This ensures that all employees receive the same level of information irrespective of where they are based and avoid potential scheduling conflicts.

Create Shareable Support and Training Material using the Desktop Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Our definition of a workplace or classroom is gradually changing from a physical space to a virtual one. Working online offers many advantages, one of which is that we can log and record much of what we are doing. Used in conjunction with the TeamViewer screen sharing feature, screen recording offers a uniquely powerful way to create more widely accessible and shareable videos for all manner of purposes: to share presentations, create webinars, produce training materials or reflect on remote service standards. Whether you are an IT manager who, should a dispute arise, requires all client communication to be documented, a tech support worker who wants to collaborate with colleagues, or an IT admin who needs a video capture of previously solved problems, TeamViewer’s built-in screen recorder software ensures you always have the material you need.

How to use the TeamViewer Screen Recorder

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

Screen recording with TeamViewer functions much like a screenshot feature; however, instead of taking a single snapshot, the software captures all activity on your screen within the timeframe you set. It also allows you to include audio, crop the specific part of the desktop you want to record, and edit the screen visuals, making it an excellent means of creating webinars and how-to videos. Desktop recording software enables the entire team to join and collaborate from the comfort and convenience of their desk, alleviating the capacity limits of a conference room.

TeamViewer’s screen recording feature is fully integrated into the complete functionality of the software. You can choose to set the record feature as a manual function or to automatically record every remote session that is launched. Once the recording is complete, you can then replay it directly with the client – no need for a third party media player. All communications made during the recorded session – including sound, VoIP, video recorder and webcam images – are then available for review.

Use Cases for Desktop Recording Software

In the corporate world, software to capture screens can be an extremely useful tool. Crucial stakeholders or managers can observe important team meetings that they are not able to attend in-person, which allows them to stay up-to-date on project progress or follow the course of technical problem resolution. Furthermore, screen recording enables IT admins to document problems they see on remote devices, as well as the actions taken to resolve them; this helps to inform future activity should the issue recur.

Support teams can greatly benefit from TeamViewer’s desktop screen recorder as it offers the opportunity to reflect and improve upon the quality of the support and service provided. Examples of both negative and positive interactions help to train new staff, while recurrent problems can be highlighted and addressed. Indeed, the transparency of the tool enables the customer experience to be evaluated and strengthened, helping to improve businesses’ customer satisfaction and retention rates.

For managers, educators, and HR staff, screen recording makes it possible to distribute knowledge to a wider audience, saving time and resources. Rather than regularly presenting the same webinar to new hires, you can simply record the presentation and then distribute the material as part of the onboarding process. This ensures that all employees receive the same level of information irrespective of where they are based and avoid potential scheduling conflicts.

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Benefits of Screen Recording with TeamViewer

TeamViewer Screen Recorder Software

Transparency

Having a full screen video recorder means you can effectively go back in time and observe precisely what happened and how. Rather than reading a basic summary of events, you can experience what occurred in a meeting without anything becoming ‘lost in translation’.

Professional development

Record a remote desktop session with TeamViewer to better analyse and reflect upon your work. Pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses during customer or client interactions, and ensure that no important points from a meeting are lost.

Knowledge sharing

Share appealing, high-quality webinars and training presentations with a wide audience instantly, while saving yourself from having to deliver it personally. TeamViewer’s screen recording feature transforms the way you and your team learn.

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