Record and Playback your mouse actions
Mouse Recorder can record your mouse movements, mouse clicks and drag & drop operations with advanced features:
Mouse Recorder records your actions by tracking the mouse pointer's path as you move the mouse.
Smart algorithms analyze the cursor moves to smooth-out edgy movements and to minimize recording data.
It's so much more than just "replay".
When recording a procedure on your computer, you may move around the mouse sometimes to find a specific item or fiddle to click tiny elements on the desktop.
You certainly don't want those "uhm..." and "errmh" of the mouse in your mouse recording - The unique beautifier algorithm in Mouse Recorder streamlines edged moves or eliminate mouse movements that are not required to perform the desired automation task, e.g. mouse movements while searching for a particular items on the monitor or dead-end movements that happen when you realize that objects on the desktop are at a different location than you thought.
Mouse Recorder can filter any of them, resulting in a clean and unobtrusive recording which makes it a great compagnon for screen recording software, such as Camtasia.
If you move the mouse on the desktop, Windows knows the x-/y-coordinate of the mouse pointer. For Windows, the zero point (0,0) is the upper left corner of the primary monitor. and store In case you wish to automate program windows that may be opened at a different location next time you launch a program, you can optionally record "relative mouse coordinates". In this case, Mouse Recorder records the position of the program window and the mouse positions in relation to the recorded program window
Mouse recorder can playback the mouse actions in the same speed as you performed them or speed up for faster repetitions or slow down, e.g. to create demonstration demos. It can even by-pass any mouse movement and just simulate the mouse-clicks to perform the task with rapid performance.
Mouse Recorder offers you to edit mouse recording in great detail. You can remove accidental clicks, smooth-out recorded mouse cursor paths, strip mouse movements and only keep the actual mouse clicks, etc.