Enable the ScreenPal recorder on a site
By default, ScreenPal works on most sites, but on some sites we are continuing to polish the experience. For those sites, we may configure the default setting to disable the ScreenPal screen recorder. You can re-enable the recorder by visiting the extension menu in your Brower and moving the slider to On.
Enable ScreenPal Video Preview on a site
ScreenPal Video Preview is a feature that enables you to experience videos without having to open them and leave the webpage you are currently visiting. With ScreenPal Video Preview, when you hover over a video link (or a thumbnail), the video plays ...
Install ScreenPal Extension
Installing in Google Chrome: Visit Chrome Web Store here. Click on "Add to Chrome" Once installed, you will see the ScreenPal icon in web based text fields. Installing in Microsoft Edge: Visit Chrome Web Store here. Click on "Add to Chrome" Once ...
Hide and Show ScreenPal on websites
You can control showing or hiding ScreenPal on specific websites. To hide ScreePal on a specific website, begin by hovering over ScreenPal icon. Then, click on the "X" for the option to hide. Once clicking on "Yes hide on this site", it will not ...
ScreenPal: My webcam or mic isn't working on Windows
If you are on a Windows Operating System and your webcam or mic is not working from the ScreenPal setup screen (after clicking the ScreenPal icon in a text box), you may not have enabled Chrome permissions for these devices when you installed ...
Set up macOS Permissions for recording with ScreenPal
The ScreenPal recorder runs inside the Google Chrome web browser, which needs access to the following resources on macOS to make recordings: Screen Recording Microphone Camera Steps to enable access: 1. Click the Apple menu and select System ...