If you’re starting to run your own business then you certainly have your work cut out for you. In any business there are so many different areas that need to be taken care of – and odds are you’ll spend a lot of your time learning how to improve your business and grow it. The good news is that there is a wealth of knowledge readily available in the form of online videos on websites that serve up some great business tips, strategies, and advice.
To make things a little bit more convenient, you may want to download and save the videos with business tips that you find useful. By doing so you’ll then be able to refer to them without having to visit a website and stream them – and can even watch them when you’re offline.
Although you may not have ever tried to rip video from website in the past, the only thing that you really require is Movavi Screen Capture Studio. It is so intuitive that you’re likely to be able to figure out how to use it to record and save the videos you need by yourself – but just in case here’s what you need to do:
- Launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio.
- Adjust the capture frame to encompass the website’s video.
- Check that the ‘System Audio’ icon has a green tick mark on it, otherwise click it so that it appears.
- Click ‘REC’ and play the video (the recording will commence after 5 seconds).
- Click ‘Stop’ when the video finishes, and then press ‘Save’ to save it.
As you can see it is extremely straightforward and you should be able to easily save any online videos with business tips with absolutely no issues. Be sure to also experiment with the other features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio and put them to work if you want to cut and join video segments, enhance the video quality, include background music, add personalized text, apply special effects, and so on.
While you may not require all these features, it doesn’t hurt to have them available. For now you can start by using Movavi Screen Capture Studio to extract the relevant parts containing valuable business tips from the videos that you’ve saved – and then maybe even consider compiling those tips into a single reference video.