Macro Recorder captures your mouse moves, clicks and keyboard input.
The macro editor allows you to review your recording, edit actions, customize delays or keyboard input and add additional actions.
Macro Recorder repeats your macro recording, saving you from repetitive tasks. Adjust playback speed and smooth out edgy mouse movements as needed (great to create awesome screencasts).
Comprehensive, reliable automation for any software or business process. Improve efficiency & remove repetition.
The market is flooded with macro and mouse recording tools. We knew that.
…Learn more why we came up with our approach:
Smart algorithms can turn shaky mouse moves into nice curved or linear shapes. This is great for creating screencasts as it eliminates visual distractions.
Playback speed can be adjusted for individual or all mouse movements.
Mouse movements can be excluded from playback, so only the clicks are executed.
Other mouse recording software may throw a dump of countless mouse coordinates to you as you can see in the left screenshot. However, this approach makes it difficult to edit a macro as clicks and key presses are buried under all the mouse coordinate events.
Our Macro Recorder editor combines mouse moves between two clicks into one single mouse move action, that can be edited and re-arranged easily.
Macro Recorder does not repeat macros at the same static speed.
Instead, it can wait for a web browser to finish loading a page or allows a program to complete its task, independent of the current CPU or network load.
Macro Recorder auto-adapt to the actual time, the controlled programs needs to finish their job and then continues the automation.
If you combine Macro Recorder with our productivity solution "PhraseExpress", you get a professional automation suite:
Macro Recorder is available for Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS with almost the identical functionality and look & feel.
Automator is a popular Apple Mac application to automate tasks on the Mac. Macro Recorder has a different, more "visual" approach and is available for Mac and Windows. Instead of programming an Automator task, Macro Recorder allows you to simply record your actions just like a video tape recorder. However, you can then also edit the individual actions, similar to "Automator".
Macro Recorder can also be used to auto-click in intervals. But Macro Recorder can do so much more. It can react and branch to different actions, depending on what is going on on the screen.
Macro Recorder can record repetitive actions without having to learn and understand Automator or AppleScript. Macro Recorder is a tool specially designed for recording and playback user actions such as mouse movements and clicks, standard and hardware keystrokes, vertical and horizontal scrolling. Macro Recorder's UI resembles a video tape recorder with standard record, rewind and playback buttons, familiar to the most users. It also includes visual clues, which helps to navigate through the mouse recordings.
A Macro Recorder is a tool that records macros. A macro is a sequence of user actions, such as mouse moves, keystrokes, clicks etc. which can be replayed later. Macro recordings can be saved to a file for later use. It's like a bot that performs all the repetitive actions for you.
Macro Recorder has all the "must-have" features a solid macro program should have:
Software testing can be a tedious task if done by a human. Every button has to be clicked over and over again after every code change. Macro Recorder is a low-budget software test automation solution, that can do the clicks, mouse moves, text typing etc for you.
For example, it can recognizes text-boxes by pixel color changes in your software applications, simulate entering text into it, automatically click some buttons and then, by branching based on time-outs, focus changes or additional pixel color changes, it can proceed with additional tests or cancel the automation.