There are many options when it comes to using MDR. The primary recording types include video, screen cast, slides and audio. Each type has a use and purpose.
Video: Recording is captured from a camera attached to the machine. This could be either an integrated webcam on a laptop or an external USB camera. This options is best used to record the presenter demonstrating something.
Screen Cast: A screen cast is like a video of everything that is happening within the capture area of the desktop. The screen is recorded at multiple frames per second similar to a video. This options is best suited for capturing a demonstration on a desktop or a presentation with animations.
Slides: When slides are recorded, MDR will only pick up screen changes at regular intervals, typically every 4 seconds. With this setting animations and full motion of the mouse movement is lost. This is a great option to record Power Points or presentations with images only.