The Camera app also comes with a “pro” mode that lets you adjust things like the brightness and exposure.
The Camera app’s clean interface makes it super easy to use, while the “pro” mode gives you a little bit of extra control over your video quality. You can sign up using your Google or Facebook account, or by registering a separate email address.
It makes a pretty incredible difference to your appearance and what your video looks like.
Ideally the light should be in front of you so it lights up your face, but not harsh and directional like a spotlight or direct sunlight.
When you’re done, you can upload and share your video directly to You Tube, Vimeo, Facebook, or Google Drive, or you can download it for later use or extra editing.
Clipchamp is easy to use, doesn’t require any downloading, works well in your browser, and the light editing features and direct upload capacity make it rather attractive.
While the software you use is important, recording a great video goes beyond that.
There are a few things you can do that will really improve the quality of your video and keep viewers glued to the screen. Light the stage Lighting is an essential part of making your video look good.
Unlike the other free video recorders, Clipchamp lets you do a bit of editing before you render your video.
You can use their free basic version to make webcam recordings of up to 5 mins or opt in for the Premium version at USD a month and make clips of up to 30 mins.
Be warned though, there are limitations with the free version, so before you try to edit a feature-length masterpiece, check out the pricing pages to see what you can and can’t do for free.
You can open your Camera Roll to check your footage by clicking the small thumbnail image in the bottom right corner of your screen.
If you want some extra control over picture quality, you can adjust the resolution, aspect ratio, and frame rate through the Settings (the cog symbol in the top right corner of your screen).