PicPick is my favorite Windows screen-capture application. It’s a free, non-commercial professional app. The application lacked screen recording when I examined it.
PicPick 6.20 includes a Screen Recorder. PicPick users may save screenshots as mp4 or animated GIF files.
PicPick may be downloaded from the developer’s website. Free version users must download the installer or portable version from the developer site to update manually. The Pro version automates upgrades.
Home and the Windows system tray icon offer Screen Recorder. By default, Screen Recorder doesn’t have a hotkey, but you may designate one under Program Options > Hotkeys.
Set the output folder, file format (default mp4), and quality preferences such as FPS, overall quality, or audio recording quality.
In fullscreen mode, the software conceals its window and records the mouse pointer. Both may be disabled in settings. A useful Restore Defaults button resets all preferences.
The basic recording interface has a floating toolbar and rectangular recording area.
The toolbar provides icons to convert to fullscreen mode, deactivate audio and cursor recording, and switch from mp4 to gif recording format.
The specified directory saves automatically. If you wish to edit recordings, you’ll need a separate application. Future versions may have video modifications.
Most users will like PicPick’s new screen recording option. PicPick’s new feature may entice some people to test it. A great tool improved.
Recently, prices changed. Previously, a single-user Pro edition cost $29.99 and worked on 2 computers. Users must pay $50 for a lifetime license or $2.50 each month. Home users don’t require Pro.