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You can highlight your mouse cursor or apply many cursor effects that make your cursor stand out using the DemoCreator cursor effects. The cursor data is combined and saved in .mp4 file format in the tool. You can use highlighting, spotlighting, magnifying, click rings, and sound cursor effects. The cursor can be handy for tutorials for people to follow along or help in a meeting when you are trying to explain a concept.
Add Cursor Effects
You can find the Cursor effects on the lower end of the DemoCreator toolbar. There are five different cursor effects that you can add, highlight, spotlight, magnify, click rings, and click sound.
Select the cursor effect you want to add and drag it onto the clip in the timeline.
Once you add the cursor effect on your clip its settings will appear on the properties window. You can adjust the cursor settings in the Cursor tab, scale it up or down to change the size of the cursor. You can also change the color of the cursor, its opacity, and its area.
You can hide the cursor by changing its Opacity settings slider to zero.
Delete Cursor Effects
You can delete the cursor entirely from the clip by pressing the ‘X’ next to the cursor effect in the cursor properties.