AZ Screen Recorder & GIF Maker

AZ Screen Recorder is a stable, high-quality screen recorder for Windows that helps you record smooth & clear screen videos and save them as GIFs or in video format.

With a ton of features like screen capture, screen video recording, and video editing, this screen recording app provides an easy way to record screen videos, such as video tutorials, video calls, game videos, live shows, and videos that cannot be downloaded.


  • Import frames from video.
  • Full editing of frames recorded in GIF.
  • Remove duplicate frames.
  • Reduce frame count as well.
  • Resize, crop, write free text, free drawing, watermark, cinemagraph, border, shadow, and more.
  • Fade and slide transitions available.
  • Capture frequency per second, per minute, and per hour.
  • Edit your GIF before saving.
  • Screen recording; you can save it as a GIF or video format.
  • Manage all images in GIF.
  • Crop images: Remove unwanted parts.
  • Add text and draw on the image.

Download and use this best Screen Recording GIF maker application.

Disclaimer:- This app is not associated with any social media platforms.

STEP 1:-  Record a Small Video (Recommended: 20-30 Seconds Max)

  1. Enable auto-trapping or press Ctrl to toggle (pauses or captures it, depending on whether auto-trapping is enabled or disabled).
  2. Set up your screen recorder.
  3. Choose the highest FPS for capturing the GIF.
  4. Rescale the window to adjust the size of the captured GIF.
  5. Easily draw over the canvas, but first, see the auto-record option. Here, you can draw or weed out shapes to create a spirited GIF.

STEP 2:-  Click on the Pause Button to Pause Your GIF Recorder and Make Changes on Your Canvas Drawing. Also, you can select ‘Loop During Playback.

STEP 3:-  Click on the Edit icon, where you can easily add animation forward and backward. You can also override your GIF animation and scale, increase, or decrease easily.

STEP 4:-  Click on the Image icon to manage your recorded image on your GIF. Also, you can choose the aspect ratio.

  • Click on the shape icon to apply a shape to your GIF image.
  • Click on progress to add a progress bar to your GIF.
  • Click on Mouse click to apply mouse clicks to your GIF.
  • Click on shadow to add a shadow to your GIF image.
  • Click on obfuscate to select a GIF image area and apply it.
  • Click on watermark to add a watermark to your GIF creation.

STEP 5:- Click on the Cinemagraph icon, and use the pen to select the pixels that should not remain static, but rather change among frames by painting on top of them. After completing this, click on apply to incorporate it into your creation.

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