Software and game testing also require visual support. Specialized applications like 1AVCapture are suitable for this task, enabling you to record any event on your desktop, including audio.
The first thing you notice when launching the application is the large list of recording profiles you can choose from. There are more than ten ways in which you can capture activity on your desktop, publish to a website or even broadcast live on the Internet.
In case you are unsure what to do next, there is always the possibility to watch a video tutorial to get you up and running. Furthermore, if neither of the given profiles match your needs, creating a new one from scratch is done easily.
The user interface offers quick access to everything you need, including all profiles mentioned above. There is also a preview section which you can detach from the main window in case you want to enlarge the workspace.
You are able to capture anything that moves on your desktop, either in a clip or screenshot and save it for later editing. It offers a practical recording method, but there is no possibility to edit fresh captures. Even though audio can be integrated, but the only input is a microphone, with no chance of recording sound from another application.
In addition, from the options menu, a scheduler can be found to program recordings, as well as the possibility to ease your work with the help of hotkey support.
All in all, 1AVCapture lives up to expectations. It puts a fair amount of recording options at your disposal so you can rest assured that even the smallest detail is captured. Even though it feels a little rough around the edges it manages to make a good impression overall.