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VideoCom Presenter - Settings

VideoCom Presenter allows you to customize your experience through settings to further enhance and personalize how the app works for you.

Accessing Settings

To access settings, click the menu icon in the upper left corner of the app, and then select Settings.

VideoCom Presenter settings are separated in to a handful of different categories.



Enable Snapping for overlay elements
Snapping helps you align Presenter elements within your slide by snapping elements together when they are close.

Hide XSplit presenter from Screen Capture
This option is useful when you don't have screen real estate but still want to use screen capture. This will hide VideoCom Presenter from screen capture so no one can see behind the scenes.

Enable countdown before recording
Enabling this option will ensure you're ready when starting a recording by displaying a 3 second countdown before the recording actually starts.



The device selected here will act as your microphone while you perform recordings.

Pretty self explanatory but you can change how loud your microphone is here. You can combine this with the Microphone preview section to ensure you can be heard loud and clear.

This little section gives you the option to preview your microphone so that you can ensure you have the right device selected and that you can be heard clearly.

Enable Noise Suppression
Noise Suppression will help remove unwanted background noise from your microphone.

Playback Device

Choose your headphones or speakers where you would like to hear Presenter audio. Typically this can be left as default but you may use both headphones and speakers at the same time, so this will give you additional options.

Change how loud audio from VideoCom presenter is captured in your recordings.

Shows the audio activity being played through your selected playback device.



The easiest and simple option is to choose automatic. We'll automatically detect the best settings for you.


Custom is for those that want fine grain control over the quality of their recordings.

Resolution is typically how high quality your recording will be. Our standard options are 720p (Standard HD) and 1080p (Full HD).

Codec is how we encode your recording. We have multiple options available. NVIDIA NVENC which utilize the power of your graphics card to encode meaning no strain on your computers processor. X264 is more widely available and will use your processor to encode.

Frame Rate
Frame rate dictates how smooth your recording will be. For presentations with low motion, 30fps is more than enough. If you want something smoother, then go for 60fps. Although please note that higher framerates can impact file size or quality.

Choose your recording quality, higher quality will use more resources.

Recording Location

Recording Location gives you the choice of where your recordings will be saved.

Your recording will be uploaded to VideoCom Cloud and be available to share immediately.

Your recording will be saved as a video file on your computer in the directory you specify in Local Directory.

The recording will be saved in both the cloud and on your computer simultaneously.

Local Directory
Specifies where your recordings will be saved on your computer. Click the Change button if you want your videos to be saved in a different folder.


Hotkeys allow you to create keyboard shortcuts to an assortment of VideoCom Presenter actions and annotations. Providing you with a more convenient way to interact with Presenter.

To assign a hotkey, select the field for your action of choice and then press desired keyboard key combination.

You can remove a hotkey by clicking the x symbol next to the hotkey.


You can change the language of VideoCom Presenter by going to Settings > Language and select your preferred language.


The About tab shows your VideoCom Presenter version and can be helpful when reaching out for support.

Updated on: 10/10/2022

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