How Do I Add a Screen Recording to Figma?

Adding a screen recording to Figma is a great way to showcase design work or share feedback. It allows for an interactive experience that can be easily shared and viewed by your team or clients.

With Figma’s built-in screen recording feature, you can quickly and easily record your work, add annotations, and create presentation-ready videos with ease. Here’s how you can add a screen recording to Figma.

Step 1: Open Figma on your computer and log in. Then, open the project you wish to record.

Step 2: Next, click on the “Share” button at the top right corner of the project window. It will open a menu with various options such as “Share Link” and “Record Screen”.

Step 3: Select “Record Screen” from the options in the menu. This will take you to a new window where you can configure your screen recording settings such as resolution, frames per second (FPS), and audio settings before starting the recording.

Step 4: Once you have configured your settings, click on the “Start Recording” button at the bottom of the window to begin capturing your screen activity. You will see a live preview of what is being recorded in real-time on the left side of the window.

Step 5: As you are recording your screen activity, use keyboard shortcuts or mouse clicks to add annotations such as text boxes or arrows to highlight certain elements within your design work for easy viewing later on for viewers of the video.

Step 6: When you have finished recording, click on the “Stop Recording” button at the bottom of the window or press Esc key on your keyboard to end it. This will save your recorded video automatically into Figma files within that project folder.

Now that you have added a screen recording to Figma, it is important to remember that all recordings are stored within those projects and cannot be downloaded outside of them unless they are shared via link or exported as an MP4 file format.

Conclusion: Adding a screen recording to Figma is quick and easy with its built-in feature! With just a few steps and some annotation tools, you can easily create presentation-ready videos that can be shared with others for feedback or review purposes.