Monday, October 18, 2021

RecordCast Review & Demo

In this RecordCast Review and demo I will cover some of the key features and functionality of this online screen recorder with which you can create video screen recordings.

Being able to do video screen recordings can come very handy especially when you want to share something visual to someone else.

I've been using screen recorders for many years now and have use many different screen recording software.

Some of these app are desktop, while others are cloud-based which is what RecordCast is.

There are advantages and disadvantages of both, but I find them both very useful.

RecordCast is more of a basic screen recorder, however it is easy to use and also comes video a built-in video editor.


RecordCast is an app built by a software company called PearlMountain who have many different software like FlexClip, Fotojet, DesignCap and others, many of which I've personally used.

RecordCast has a simplistic user-interface and is easy to use. Given that it's a cloud-based app, there is nothing to download or install. You can use it on popular browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox..

There are three recording modes: (1) Record screen & webcam; (2) record screen only; and (3) record webcam only. You can capture audio via your microphone as well as your system audio.

RecordCast also comes with a built-in video editor which allows you to do some basic video editing like trimming, splitting, adding animated text overlays and annotations, music, etc.


To create a screen-recording with RecordCast follow the steps below:

  1. Log into your RecordCast account;
  2. Click on the "Create by Record" button;
  3. Choose your Video and Audio Recording Mode;
  4. Choose your audio recording options;
  5. Click the "Start Recording" button;
  6. Choose the screen(s) you want to share;
  7. Click "Share" and starting screen recording.

Once you complete your video screen recording, click the "Stop Sharing" button and your video will be saved. You can then download the MP4 video or edit it in the built-in video editor (if you wish).

Below is a live step-by-step demo on how to do a screen recording in RecordCast.

RecordCast is free to use, but the free version has limitations. For example, you get up to 5 minutes of recording time; 480p standard resolution downloads, and you can save a maximum of 12 projects in your account. It will also have a RecordCast watermark and intro.

Whereas, the paid PLUS plan has all the premium features like up to 30 minutes of recording time; 720p and 1080p resolution downloads; save unlimited projects; and no RecordCast watermark or intro.

The premium Plus plan is reasonably priced at $3.99 per month billed annually (check the website for the latest price). You can try RecordCast for free. Hope you found this review helpful. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section. Thanks for stopping by!

AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER: If you use the links above to purchase any of the above mentioned products. I may earn a commission as an affiliate marketer. This recommendation and review is based on my firsthand experience using the mentioned products myself.

CREDITS: RecordCast logo and screenshots are copyright protected used with permission | Any images, graphics, video clips used in this video belong to Anthony Godinho or are licensed for commercial purposes and used with permission | Microsoft, Windows, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries | Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners | Video Produced by Anthony Godinho, Internet Marketer, YouTube Partner & Blogger

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