Screenium is exclusively available at the Mac App Store.
A Mac with OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, macOS 10.12 Sierra, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.14 Mojave, macOS 10.15 Catalina, macOS 11 Big Sur, macOS 12 Monterey or macOS 13 Ventura is required to use Screenium. Screenium is completely optimised for the new M1-based Macs.
Whatever you want to show - your desktop, browser, favorite application or sophisticated and challenging games: Screenium 3 by default records at 60 frames per second and therefore creates the smoothest footage of all apps out there. Screenium perfectly adapts to Retina Macs and ultra-high resolution 4K or 5K displays as well, providing optimum recording performance. If you want a lower frame rate or prefer smaller files, you can adapt Screenium to your requirements with two simple clicks in the start window setting. Choose from four recording modes: Full screen, individual windows, selected areas or record an iOS or tvOS device screen.
iPhone, iPad, Apple TV
Record the contents of your iOS and tvOS devices in the same brilliant quality you’re used to. Create a Let’s Play of your favorite game or a short video demonstrating how to perform certain tasks in iOS and tvOS apps for your relatives. Simply connect your iOS device or Apple TV and Screenium offers to record it. Screenium is the only screen recording solution that will play your device’s audio while capturing.
Screenium 3 offers nifty tools and settings to create exactly the screencast you want. Choose from different quality levels (medium, higher, high), optionally hide your desktop or desktop icons, and visualize mouse pointers, clicks, keystrokes, or scrolling activity, and time or delay capture. Since mouse activity and keystrokes are recorded as separate tracks, you can edit the settings in the editor after you're done recording.
Record everything you hear from your Mac's speakers. Screenium utilizes a special audio driver to record sounds from programs, websites and the computer itself. This way, your audience gets to hear everything you hear. The Synium Audio Driver can be obtained and installed from the following webpage: Record System Audio with Screenium
Add Audio Comments During or After Recording
Use a microphone and explain what you're doing while you're doing it. Then simply share your screencast once you're done recording. It's like giving a presentation right in front of your audience, except that you don't actually have to be physically present. Your audience can follow your instructions step by step and rewind or start over whenever and as many times as necessary. If you want to add something and modify the audio after you're done recording, simply record and edit your remarks with the video editor.