Find the location of your videos
You can access your videos from your browser, or from your local computer.
To access your videos within your browser, log into your account.
Click My content at the top of the page to open your content library and click Videos from the menu on the left side of the screen.
You can then hover over a video and click Details to open it in the Preview area.
Additionally, you can navigate to the folder on your computer where your Screencast-O-Matic files are stored.
For example, Documents\Screencast-O-Matic\Video Projects. From there, you can open a project folder and double-click the Open this video file to open it in the Video Editor.
Your videos can be accessed directly from our app, and can also be found in the Screencast-O-Matic album in your Camera Roll. You can access your Camera Roll using the iPhone Photos app.
Your videos can be found in the Screencast-O-Matic app, or in the Camera Gallery.
Find your videos and images on your hosting account
Please note, we do not automatically upload videos to our site. Your hosting account will only contain the videos that you have uploaded. First, verify that you are logged into the account that you have uploaded videos and images to. You can see your ...
Combine two recordings or videos
When you work on a video project, often you want to use multiple sources of content. You may have screen recordings and other video content that you need to combine to complete your project. You have several options for combining videos and ...
Find a video that was uploaded to YouTube
If you are unable to find a video that you uploaded to YouTube, please follow the instructions below: 1. Visit this link below to access your YouTube Studio account: https://studio.youtube.com/ 2. Once you are logged in, from the menu on the left, ...
Import videos from your phone library
Importing videos from my phone library You can import videos directly from your phones' video library so that you can edit those videos and share. Tap the Import button on the upper left of the app screen and then select you video to import. Having ...
Find your Consumer Key and Shared Secret
Screencast-O-Matic integrates with many learning management systems via the Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard. You can use an LTI Plugin to access Screencast-O-Matic's tools and share content while working within an LMS. Team Plan Admins ...