To be able to utilize the Movie Maker feature on Google Earth and saving the recording to your local file, users need to purchase the Google Earth Pro and Google Earth EC. As for the free Google Earth users like you, a screen recorder may be a good alternative to capture Google Earth video. Learn how to record Google Earth video in high quality via using such a recorder app.
Google Earth is an awesome map application that lets you fly, on the screen, from outer space into a specific location on Earth. It’s really cool to make a video that records the movements from one location to another in 3D view. However, only the Google Earth Pro and Google Earth EC users can enjoy the privilege of utilizing the Movie Maker feature on Google Earth and saving the recording to your local file. For free version users, you can use a screen recorder app to do this. Check out a step by step instruction on how to record Google Earth video to MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, TS, or F4V format on your Windows or Mac computer.
How to record Google Earth video to MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, TS, or F4V format?
Follow these steps:
Step 1: Start up Screen Recorder app, and click “Video Recorder”.
Step 2: Select the recording area on your computer
Before recording with this screen capture software, you should adjust the recording area first. With this Screen Recorder, you are able to choose the full screen or custom the recording area by yourself.
Step 3: Set audio
If you are going to record a video conference, or record the Skype chat, you may need to select both system audio and the microphone. Click the system audio and microphone to make sure the checkmarks appear.
If you are going to save streaming video from YouTube, the music videos, online movies, Netflix or some other sites else, you need to select the system audio and turn off the microphone. Why? Because the noise around will reduce the quality of your video and affect the video effect.
Alternatively, Screen Recorder can be used as the webcam recorder to capture video with your web camera. More amazingly, this software supports multi-monitor recording. That means, if you have one more monitor, you can switch to take record on different monitors. So you can capture music for one second, and then switch to another computer for gameplay recording.
Step 4: More settings
Click “More settings” in the main interface to custom recording settings before capturing videos. Here you could choose location for saving output video and screenshots in “General”. For “Shortcuts”, you are allowed to set the hotkeys to start/stop capture, pause/resume capture and take a screenshot. If your hotkeys are used by other applications on your computer, you can change them here for easy use. Definitely, you are capable of using the screenshot button in the preview window to take a screenshot. You are also able to choose output format (MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, TS, F4V and Gif), video codec, video quality, frame rate and set audio preferences as you like.
Step 5: Record the desktop screen with this professional Video Recorder
After setting the recording area and audio, you need to open the window which you want to record. For example, if you want to record Google Earth videos, you should open the .kmz/kml files, and select the recording video area, then click “REC” on the right side of this video screen capture to begin recording.
Step 6: Click the stop button to stop recording.
Now you have finished the Google Earth video recording process with this desktop recorder. You can find the generated video in the output folder easily.