Online tutorials for using Recordzilla Screen Recorder software. Learn how to record your screen activity and save as video.
▶ Schedule a Recording
▶ Hotkeys Shortcut
▶ Display Date & Time on Recording
▶ Add Watermark Text (overlay) to Video Recording
▶ Add Watermark Image (overlay) to Video Recording
▶ Draw to Screen during screen recording
▶ Mouse Highlight
▶ The recorded video is blank?
▶ There is no audio on the recorded video?
▶ Where is the recorded video saved?
▶ How to record mouse cursor?
▶ How to stop a recording?
▶ How to add date and time stamping to the recording?
▶ How to show Recordzilla again when it is hidden?
▶ How to adjust recording volume level or enabled Stereo Mix, Stereo, Loopback, Wave, Wave Out Mix, Record Master or All in Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
Make sure that you have disable the hardware acceleration option under the General Settings. If you still receive blank recorded video, please try this:
For Windows 2000/XP/2003
Click on Start Windows Control Panel, Display, Settings, Advanced, Troubleshooting tab, and set Hardware Acceleration to None.
For Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Click on Start Windows, Control Panel, Display Settings, Advanced Settings, Troubleshooting tab, Change Settings and set Hardware Acceleration to None.
Please make sure that you have check the "Record Audio" under the Audio Settings. Check that if you have selected the right audio device and the source. For example;
If you are capturing the sound from internet streaming, CDs, sound from player like RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, QuickTime, and what you hear from the speakers. Look for "Stereo Mix, Stereo, Loopback, Wave, Wave Out Mix, Record Master or All".
For sound capturing from the external devices like radio, tapes, CDs, TV, telephone, and etc. Look for "Line-In".
For direct sound capture from mic, look for "Mic".
(Please note that the source name might be varies according to what sound cards you have)
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11 users please refer to this guide
Click on File menu and select Open Output Folder. It will popup the directory where recorded video is saved. You may also refer to the recording details for the output location.
Check the option record mouse cursor under Video Settings.
There are 4 ways to stop a recording:
a) Using Hotkeys - Enter Shift + F5
b) Left-click on the System Tray red icon
c) Right-click on the System Tray red icon and select Stop Recording...
d) Right-click on the System Tray red icon, show Recordzilla and click on Stop recording button
Check the option record Date & Time under the Video settings.
Right click on the small red icon in the system tray, and select "Show Recordzilla" from the popup menu
The trial version will allow you to test the software before you buy it.
Download Size: 15 MB
OS: Win 7, 8, 10, 11
Price: $ 29.95
Version: 1.7 (version history)