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How to record computer screen with Chrome Loom Extender | Utilities

Loom is an extension for Google Chrome that lets you record your computer screen without installing additional software. With one click, the plugin allows you to capture just the screen, the screen and the webcam, or just PC camera. You can also get the image of the entire desktop or a specific tab by choosing whether or not to capture audio. The program is complete and offers compatibility with external cameras and microphones if higher quality picture and sound are required. Here's how to download, configure, and use Loom in your browser to make screen video.

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Loom is an extension for Chrome that lets you record your PC screen Photo: Divulgao / LoomLoom is an extension for Chrome that lets you record your PC screen Photo: Divulgao / Loom

Loom is an extension for Chrome that lets you record your PC screen Photo: Divulgao / Loom

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Step 1. Visit the Loom page (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/loom-video-recorder-scree/liecbddmkiiihnedobmlmillhodjkdmb) from the Chrome Web Store and download the extension in Chrome.

Download and install the extended Loom in Chrome Foto: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesDownload and install the extended Loom in Chrome Foto: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Download and install the extended Loom in Chrome Foto: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 2. Click on the extension icon and sign in using Google or one of the other available options.

Login to Loom Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesLogin to Loom Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Login to Loom Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 3. In the Loom Settings screen, check Personal and click Next. Then select One-click Access and allow the plugin to access your camera and microphone.

Set up Loom for personal use and grant permissions Photo: Reproduction / Paulo AlvesSet up Loom for personal use and grant permissions Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Set up Loom for personal use and grant permissions Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves

Step 1. To start recording, click the plugin button in the Chrome bar and choose whether you want to capture screen and camera, just the screen or just the camera. Also choose whether you want to include audio, and whether the recording will only consider the current tab or the entire desktop.

Set screen capture mode in Loom Photo: Playback / Paulo AlvesSet screen capture mode in Loom Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

Set screen capture mode in Loom Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

Step 2. By clicking Show advanced options, Loom displays the camera and microphone selector if external accessories are connected to the computer. When everything is ready, click Start recording.

Select other cameras and microphones, if any, and start recording. Photo: Playback / Paulo AlvesSelect other cameras and microphones, if any, and start recording. Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

Select other cameras and microphones, if any, and start recording. Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

Step 3. Loom uses Chrome's screen sharing feature to record. Finally, select whether you want the full screen or a specific application (the option appears only when selecting desktop recording).

Start sharing your PC screen with Loom Foto: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesStart sharing your PC screen with Loom Foto: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Start sharing your PC screen with Loom Foto: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 4. Recording begins after a short countdown. To stop and create the video, click Stop Sharing.

Stop sharing to end the video Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesStop sharing to end the video Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Stop sharing to end the video Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 5. At the end, click Copy link to copy the video sharing address.

Loom automatically uploads the recording to the internet Photo: Playback / Paulo AlvesLoom automatically uploads the recording to the internet Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

Loom automatically uploads the recording to the internet Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves

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