Macro Recorder captures mouse events and keystrokes like a tape recorder, allowing you to automate tedious procedures on your computer.
A tool that can record and reproduce your activity on the computer
In computing, macro can be defined as an instruction that automatically expands into a set of multiple instructions used to perform a particular task. Your mouse movements can be classified as macros, and so can your mouse clicks or your keystrokes. You’re using a macro right now as you’re scrolling through this article.
So the Macro Recorder does exactly what its name says: it records all the series of inputs you give to your computer, and can replay them, whenever you require it. This means that the software won’t just reproduce all your clicks and key presses, but also any possible effects that they have on your computer.
Proficient action editor
After you record a series of actions, you can then proceed to edit each and every one of them. Maybe you clicked a button too fast; you can go and increase the waiting period before the action, or the length of the action itself.
You don’t just have to go with a sequence that you recorded; you can add or remove actions, according to your needs. You can insert longer or shorter waiting times, or even add rules dependent on pixel colors. This means that you can tell Macro Recorder to scan a certain pixel on your desktop; whenever that pixel changes to a color you select, the software will start or stop a predefined action.
User-friendly interface for a very powerful tool
Even if you’re new to automation software (like this reviewer here), you’ll quickly understand the basics of recording your macros. You’ll want to add hotkeys as soon as possible, and control the software with even greater ease.
Saved macro recordings can be shared among team mates or coworkers, to help increase efficiency and productivity. With the right desktop configurations and software settings, you can probably use Macro Recorder to automate any repetitive task you can think of.