"The video settings are good, although, when I watched the video, I noticed black bars on both sides throughout the video. We recommend using 16:9 aspect ratio just for a better experience for the student. You can go through your settings to adjust the format to widescreen. This is the only thing stopping you from passing our quality review process."
I am a windows user. I used iSpringFreeCam-8 and WindowsMovieMaker for screen recording and video editing.
It doesnt matter now as I am switching to MAC.
I have not yet purchased it due to current lockdown restrictions.
In Mac, for screen recording , the very common software used is QuickTime player.
Just curious to know whether anyone faced these type of issues with quicktime Player.
Any one using QuickTimePlayer here?
Can I use quickTimePlayer for screen recording?
Can some one who has been using it please suggest.