For work calls or online training, sometimes you need to record the sequence of actions from the computer screen along with explanations. The Tella extension for Chrome provides all the basic tools for exactly this task.
With it, you can simultaneously record what is happening on the screen and the signal from the connected camera. For shooting, both the built-in webcam and any other external one that can be connected to a PC are suitable. Then you can edit the received material in the online editor and share it through the generated link.
To get started, you need to register an account. Next, you need to install the extension in the browser and activate it by clicking on the icon. A small window will appear with a toolbar.
In this window, select from which tab or screen to capture the main part of the video, as well as from which device to record the camera signal and sound. Next, click the Start recording button to start.
Saved clips appear in the Tella account you created, in the My videos section. You can get a finished video based on a single file or assemble a project from several parts. For editing, basic tools are provided that will help you cut and connect pieces, resize the image for a PC or smartphone, add a background and flip the content vertically.
The finished video can be shared via instant messengers, email or social networks. It can also be downloaded to your computer in MP4 format. On a free account without a subscription, you can make 10 processed recordings in resolutions up to Full HD.
The $19/month Pro version has no limit on the number of videos, final 4K resolution is available, and no Tella watermarks on the frame.
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