How To Record Your Computer Screen with Ecamm Live

March 16, 2021

Kimberly Ann Jimenez,
Digital Strategist & Founder

If you’re creating video content, market your online business, whether it’s through social media, blogs, newsletters, webinars, podcasts, or even internal training, Ecamm Live is a must-have software for you! This is my all-time fave screen recording & live streaming tool in one.

Today, I’m going to show some fun things, like share my screen and my photo, split screens, move things around, and more exciting things, everything with just a click of a button.

Full disclosure! We’re an affiliate for Ecamm Live. Try it here (for Mac).


Stream in HD quality with one click, using any connected mic and capture device. You can give tremendous control over live streaming, with exceptional capabilities for Facebook Live and YouTube Live.

So I can see myself, this is A cam right now, then Ecamm Live will display a video source switcher at the bottom of the Main Window; when you click it, we’re going to go to B cam. And there, you’re going to see my entire setup in a different camera and angle.


When you’re doing tutorials or Livestream your presentations, you can share your entire screen with just one click.

With Screen Sharing, you can go around on your actual page, you can walk through them by scrolling up and down and show what you’re looking at, and you can show or hide your picture and picture of your screen for a personal touch.


Having respected folks join your stream helps give you more credibility and legitimacy. Better yet, this will help expose you to many of the guest’s followers, and with much luck, will help grow and expose your brand.

So when you’re interviewing a guest, you can go to interview mode and pre-program on Ecamm Live so you can bring two up to five guests to your broadcast and then split your screens.

Your guests can join from a web browser using an invite link, and bring them into your live stream, even if they don’t have Ecamm Live.


To make sure your video looks and feels right, customizing your setting is really important when doing your tutorials, demo, or live streams.

So all of the settings will show up in the gear icon.

You can go to the screen sharing option and decide whether to include desktop icons or desktop pictures when you’re sharing your desktop, optimizing higher frames and quality, including mouse cursor and mouse clicks. You can decide whether or not you want to show everything when sharing your screen or not.

And really, it’s that simple! You can customize all the different windows on Ecamm Live.

There are so many other things that you can do like if you’re Live, you can show comments and reactions from YouTube or Facebook. If you want to do an interview window, you can just pull that up. Add image overlays, roll videos, and more of that to produce great professional live streaming broadcasts.


So that’s it! If you want to see more of these #TeaTorials, please leave a comment below. Do you want me to shoot a tutorial on how we use Screencast-o-matic? Let me know below.

See you at the next one!


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