Narrations and timings can enhance a web-based or self-running slide show. If you have a sound card, microphone, and speakers, and (optionally) a webcam, you can record your PowerPoint presentation and capture narrations, slide timings, and ink gestures.
You can use Loom to record the content on your computer screen, and you can also incorporate footage of yourself narrating or lecturing along with the content. With Loom you can record your camera, microphone, and desktop simultaneously and instantly share your video.
Screencastify is screen recording application that works via Google Chrome.
You can use it to capture your webcam, entire screen or tab only, as well as narrate to your microphone.
It also presents you with annotation tools that help keep your viewers focus on what’s critical. Click highlighting, drawing pen tool, and mouse spotlight are all included.
Screencast-O-Matic offers a good number of features ranging from screen recording, video editing, video hosting and sharing.
The free version is limited to make 15-minute recordings with watermark added. You are allowed to trim your recording, add closed captions, and publish videos to YouTube or share to social media platforms.
With this AceThinker Screen Grabber tool, you can select exactly what you want to record; this can be your entire screen of just a section of it. You can fully configure the audio input as well.
While recording, add annotations, shapes, lines, and highlights to enhance your recording.