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TEACHER-Examples of programs for creating audio and video recordings

This article provides a list of programs teachers can use to create audio and video recordings

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Written by Sue Soltis
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Audacity is a free, easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

Google Meet

Your Google Workspace administrator needs to turn on recording for your account so you can use this option.

Microsoft Teams

Any Teams meeting or call can be recorded for future viewing. The recording captures audio, video, and screen sharing activity, and you can share it securely across your organization.


Screencast-O-Matic is an easy-to-use free screen recorder for Windows and Mac you can use to capture any area of your screen with the option to add narration from your microphone and video from your webcam. The free version has a 15-minute time limit per recording.


Screencastify is a free Google Chrome extension and is compatible with Windows computers, Mac computers, and Chromebooks.

TechSmith Capture™ (formerly Jing)

TechSmith Capture™ is a free screen capture and screen recording tool for Windows and Mac computers from the makers of Snagit® and Camtasia®.


With a Zoom account, you can open your personal meeting room, share a PowerPoint presentation or just a video of yourself, and create recordings.

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