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Download and install Vmaker on your Mac.
Open your PowerPoint presentation.
Start presenting the deck in "Presenter view".
Start Vmaker and if you want your audience to hear and see you, choose Screen + Webcam mode.
Select full screen recording and click the 'Start Recording' button to start your recording.
To end the recording click the red button the on side of your screen.
Once after recording, you can view, edit, and share your recording online.
Sign up and download Vmaker from our website.
Sign up for Vmaker if it’s your first time or Sign in if you have an account already.
Go to the PowerPoint presentation that you want to record and click on the Vmaker app.
Click on the start recording button to start your recording.
To finish, click on the red icon or the dock button.
Click on the video to play your recorded presentation.
There is no recording limit with Vmaker. You can record unlimited presentations for free. For LIFETIME.
With Vmaker you can record your PowerPoint slides with audio. The best part is Vmaker comes with a background noise filter that filters out unwanted noises while you record your audio.
Highlight mouse-click, draw, erase, pause, and play while you record presentations to communicate effectively.
Vmaker comes with a built-in video editor, which is quite easy to use and allows you to trim, split, crop, blur, and join your videos.
Vmaker comes with a do-not-disturb feature that mutes all unnecessary notifications while recording.
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