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How To Zoom Into the Computer Screen - Helpful tool (Your Feedback Is Appreciated)

Hello! Today I am going to share a link that might be helpful to you all. It is about zooming the screen. Yes!! It means that you can record the screen contents and then zoom the specific area of the screen. This is basically a very helpful tool when you are preparing your presentations or high-school power-point presentations.

This does not mean that you can use only in .ppt files. You can use this function - after downloading the software - which is available free - on any screen which you have taped.

I will just try to be more specific. Everyone is aware of screen-shot. You can add further - the video presentation of all the activities we do on our screen. Which I have done and following is the link -

I sincerely request you to kindly give me your feedback with respect to the sound quality and any drawbacks in the entire video. The time span is only 2minutes 28seconds.


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vanGogh wrote on January 28, 2016, 6:15 PM

appreciate this. I would give this a try in a bit while. Than k you

lookatdesktop wrote on January 28, 2016, 7:13 PM

zoomit is a great application for a desktop computer. I like it a lot. I do not have this app but may get it for my PC. I wonder if you can select a part of the screen and cut and paste it in a word document?

MegL wrote on January 29, 2016, 5:12 PM

That was a good video, very clear, good sound and useful helpful commentary.

nitsbubb wrote on January 29, 2016, 10:58 PM

Thankyou for your feedback, I am really interested in increasing the sound quality.

nitsbubb wrote on January 29, 2016, 11:01 PM

I think that sounds like a topic for my next assignment [:)]. Yes we can do it in windows movie maker and there is one more paid software from adobe called premier pro CC 2015.

nitsbubb wrote on January 29, 2016, 11:02 PM

You are welcome. Hope you find this useful.

lookatdesktop wrote on January 29, 2016, 11:14 PM

They probably have some great microphones for digital recording on a computer that are either unidirectional or omnidirectional. The basic ones come with a desktop tripod stand. They are said to be better than the headset microphones that are usually used. I find this to be only true in a room that is free of outside sounds like traffic or machinery going on in the background. Check out these sites: