FourFourThree, the world’s leading developer of screen recording software, today announced a new release of its popular screen recording tool, Screen Recording Utility, that includes improvements and bug fixes.
FourFour Two has been the leading software developer for screen recording and audio technology for over two decades.
FourFive’s newest release, Screen Recorder Utility 3, is available now as a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
It includes a new interface and streamlined design, as well as improvements and new features.
“We are pleased to be able to share the Screen Recording Tool with you all,” said Dan Kriznic, Vice President of Engineering and Chief Product Officer at FourFiveTwo.
“We have been working closely with the software community for many years to ensure this new release will meet the expectations of our customers and make it even easier to record and share with the world.”
The new Screen Recording utility includes a host of improvements and updates.
For example, the software now supports both audio recording and video recording on Windows, which was previously the only choice.
The software also has a redesigned interface and features a redesigned menu, a more intuitive video preview, and support for a host more features.
The new software also offers a new set of sample files for Windows and Mac users, which are available to download for free as part of the free download.
In addition, the new Screen Recording Utility 3 includes a number of new features, including a new built-in feature to easily record audio from the back of a smartphone, and a new feature that allows for automatic re-recording of a video.
“Our new screen recording utility was designed to be easy to use for everyone, and we have been very happy with how it has been received,” said Matt Coughlan, Chief Software Engineer at FourFour.
“The new screen recorder utility has improved the usability of the tool and has made it easier to share your video recordings with the rest of the world.
The addition of the built-ins to the utility makes it easier for everyone to get the most out of the software.”
The software was originally developed for the Apple Macintosh, but FourFive2 added support for Windows 7 and Windows 8 tablets in September.
The tool was also designed for iPhone and iPad users, and for the iPad Mini, which is the first tablet to support 4K video recording.