TipCam 2.2 Tutorial: How to use the buttons

TipCam is a free screen recorder for Windows XP and Vista developed by UTIPU that allows you to videocapture your screen. It can easily record any activity on your screen.
TipCam is very easy to use. Its interface provides quick access to all the features, enabling you to start recording, adjust the zoom level, save the output and configure its behavior. You can enable, pause, delete and resume screen recording with hotkeys.
Click on the Record button (or press F10) to START a new recording
Click on Zoom (Lock) to pre- position on an area of interest
Use Edit to replace the soundtrack on a video or to Trim the beginning and/or the end
Click on Play File to play a recorder tip
Click on Upload to share a tip on uTIPu.com
Use TipMail to share a private link to a tip via email

When recording:

Pause the recording (F10)
Stop recording so that you can review and save captured video
Zoom and Pan to the current position of the mouse cursor (F9)
Lock the zoomed position (Shift + F9)
Click on Select Window to zoom in on a specific window
Click on Annotate (Shift + F12) to write and draw on the screen using the mouse
Discard the current recording

When you have paused the recording the following actions are available:

Resume recording (F10)
Stop recording so that you can review and save your video
Zoom and Pan to a position of interest
You can also use the F9 key to toggle zoomed mode
Click on Zoom Lock (Shift + F9) to lock a zoomed position
Click on Select Wondow to zoom in on a specific window
Discard the current recording if you want to start over

When zoomed, the following actions are available to you:
Use the mouse to pan to the area of interest – four little brackets will show the corners of the current recording area

Pause or Resume recording (F10)
Stop recording so that you can review and save your video
Zoom back out to full screen (F9)
Lock the Zoomed area (Shift + F9) and drag the corner brackets to a position of interest
Click on Annotate (Shift + F12) to write and draw on the screen
Discard the current recording
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