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myViewBoard Record is an Android app that can be used independently or together with [[Whiteboard for Android]].  
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myViewBoard Record is a free screenrecording app compatible with Android devices. It can also be used to [[Whiteboard for Android]] sessions.  
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The app records all activity on screen and provides users the option to:
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Simply choose the desired video resolution and click/tap the tick icon to begin recording. After ending the recording, choose where to save the video. Videos are saved as MP4 files.
* Set output quality before recording
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* Save the recorded videos to a USB or local drive
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Presenters can utilize this tool to create a copy of their presentations for the audience, or save for later review. It is designed to be a simple and easy-to-use application that improves teaching and public speaking experiences.
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==Installing myViewBoard Record==
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==Download Record==
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myViewBoard Record is available from the [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.viewsonic.screenrecorder Google Play store].
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Before installing, verify that your device meets the following requirements:
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''If you are using a [https://www.viewsonic.com/us/products/shop/viewboard.html ViewSonic ViewBoard] or a [[MyViewBoard Box|myViewBoard Box]], you may already have Record preinstalled on your device.''
* OS must be running Android 5.0 and higher.
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* Selected location for saving recording must have at least 100 MB of free space to start recording.
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* No limit on video length, but ensure that the selected location for saving the recording has enough space to save the recorded video.
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===System requirements===
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* Android 5.0 or higher
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* At least 100 MB of free space
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* Grant permissions to record audio, access photos, media and files, and display over other apps.
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Use the Google Play store to install the APP.
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''There is no limit on video recording length as long as the save location has enough free space.''
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# Open the Google Play Store app Google Play.
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# Search for 'myViewBoard Record'.
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# Select the official app published by ViewSonic.
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# On the app's description page, tap Install.
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# Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
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If you are on a PC and want to remotely install the app on your device, you can try installing the app from here:
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File:Record audio android.jpg|If prompted, allow myViewBoard Record the necessary permissions.
* [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.viewsonic.screenrecorder&hl=en myViewBoard Record App on Google Play]
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File:Access files android12312313.jpg|If prompted, allow myViewBoard Record the necessary permissions.
 
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MVB-SR-google-play-page.png|Google Play Store page
   
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==Using myViewBoard Recorder==
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myViewBoard Record requires a few permissions set before starting:
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Launch the myViewBoard Record app.
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On first use, click Allow to grant myViewBoard Record access to the following resources:
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* Media
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* Microphone
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Enable the 'Display over other apps' permission.
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Afterwards, myViewBoard Record displays a floating camera icon docked on the side of the screen.
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Perform the following to start recording:
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==Record screen==
 
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<li> Open myViewBoard Record by tapping the [[File:Icon Recorder.svg|30px|link=]] icon from the homescreen.<br>
Click the floating Camera icon to open the Recording Configurations window.
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<li> Grant permissions for audio recording, file access, and display over other apps if opening for the first time.<br>
 
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<li> Click the tick mark to begin recording. <br>[[File:Record first pop up screen.png|160px|Select resolution and tap the tick mark.]]<br>
* Set your desired video resolution
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<li> If prompted, click ''Start now'' to begin recording. <br>[[File:234523452345.png|160px]]<br>
: myViewBoard Record lists resolutions supported by your device. Select a resolution that myViewBoard Record will use for the recorded output.
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<li> After the 3 second countdown, everything on the screen will be recording. A floating toolbar with a pause and stop button can be dragged around the screen.<br>
* Select a storage location for temporary files generated during recording
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<li> Press stop to finish recording, and preview the video.<br>
: Specify a location where myViewBoard Record can create temporary files to process the recording. Verify that the selected location contains enough space to save the recording.
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<li> Press the save icon (bottom right) and choose a folder to save to (tap twice to open folders). Enter a file name and click the tick mark to confirm. <br>[[File:Record save as box.png|160px|open folders by tapping twice.]]<br>
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<li> View your file using a file exporer or gallery app.
Click the check icon to start.
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Click Start Now on the confirmation window.
   
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Recording starts after the countdown ends. Note that you can still do other actions (like switching to a different window) on the screen during the countdown period.
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Once the recording starts, you have the following options available:
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During the recording session, myViewBoard Record displays a floating toolbar with the following icons:
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* Pause: Temporarily stops the recording.
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* Play: Resumes the recording.
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* Stop: Stops the recording completely. Once stopped, you can no longer resume recording.
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Note that you can move the toolbar while recording.
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Perform all the actions planned for the recording session.
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Click Stop once you are done.
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myViewBoard Record automatically shows a preview of the recorded content.
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Review the recorded content. You can drag the preview window to move it to a better position on the screen.
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Perform one of the following:
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* To review the content, click Play.
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* If you are satisfied with the content, click Save.
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On the new window, navigate to a location where you want to save the file.
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Specify a name for the recorded file, then click the check icon.
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myViewBoard Record saves the recordings as MP4 files.
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MVB-SR-recording-options.png|Options in myViewBoard Record
 
MVB-SR-recording-options.png|Options in myViewBoard Record
screen-recorder.mp4|How to use myViewBoard Record
   
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