Here's how to freeze a frame in your recorded video. First, go to the point on your timeline where you want to start freezing. For example, we have this recording here, and you will see that it accidentally r ecorded a pop-up, so we'd like to replace that section of video by freezing the frame before the pop up appeared so the viewer doesn't see it. To start, Click on "Tools" select "Replace" then "Freeze Frame". Or you can just press the "R" key, and then "F" key to start the tool. A blue span will appear indicating the placement of the area for the freeze frame. To adjust, select the section by dragging the blue bars along the timeline, or if you click on the start or end of the span, you can use the arrow keys to fine-tune your selection. You can choose if you'd like to freeze the frame at the start of the span, at the end of the span or if you want to freeze the cursor. If you want to preview what the replaced area will look like, press the "Preview" button here. It will seek right before the section then play through, showing the freezed fame, and stopping shortly after the section. When you are ready to commit, click the "Okay" button to save it. A colored span will show on the timeline where the freeze was added. If you want to later remove the freeze, you can seek back to that spot on the timeline, then click this icon, which will bring up a menu with another icon you can press to remove the freeze, or adjust the span if you want to change the start or end of the freeze. For more tutorials, head to our website.