This tutorial will go over how to save a recording to a video file. When you publish a recording you can choose to just publish part of it by using the sliders at the left and right. For example if you wanted to just upload or save the first 10 seconds then you can move in the right handle into that position Or you can also seek to a spot and then press the E key to jump the end slider to that spot or seek and press the S key to jump the start slider. Now only the section in between these handles will be saved or uploaded. To go back and use the full recording we can press the R key or we could have just dragged the handles back out. By default the app will save as an mp4 video which is recommended since it gives you the best quality and is pretty much the default format for playback on the web. When using the mp4 option you'll also have the ability to choose a quality setting if you want to increase quality or decrease which can speed up encoding. Besides mp4 you can click here to change to another format including saving as a silent GIF animated image which should only be used for very short recordings. You can choose the filename for the video by clicking on this option and typing a new name. By default the video file will be saved on your desktop or you can click here to choose another folder. You can also choose to add captions to the video which is described in more detail in the tutorial linked here. Click the Publish button when you're ready to go and the recording will be encoded into a video file. After the encoding is done you'll see options to play the video, browse to the folder you saved to, or copy the path to the video file. You can also find these links again by clicking on the history icon which shows a history of all the publishing you've done from the current computer you are on right now.