Record on a second monitor
The screen recorder allows you record on any monitor connected to your computer.
Record on any monitor
- Log into your account.
- Click to launch the screen recorder.
- Click the anchor icon () in the middle of the recording area.
- Drag and drop the recording area to the screen you want to record.
Note: If you are switched to "Fullscreen" mode, drag the control to the monitor you want to capture fullscreen.
Tip: If you are unable to move the Recorder frame to the other monitor, please try re-sizing the screen recorder (or select the lowest size option on the recorder) and then try again to drag it over.
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