Snap application windows to 1080p?(or any specific size)
I'm producing 16:9 educational screencast videos recorded by remote instructors. Some of them have non-16:9 monitors (ultrawides, etc.) MacOS (usually Monterey.)
I was excited to learn about the partial screen recording feature of Screenflow 10, and its ability to use common dimensions (1080p, 720p, etc.)
But, as far as I can tell, the instructors still have to manually resize any windows that they want to fill the recording area. Is there a way to automatically resize application windows to a specific size, such as 1920x1080, or 1920x1080 minus the height of the menu bar?
I found this: https://blog.scottlowe.org/2020/11/08/resizing-windows-to-a-specific-size-on-macos/ and I might give it a shot, but it feels clunky, and could be tricky to deploy across many instructors with varying systems.
Or, is there a better way to do this? I'd like to avoid letterboxes.
Thanks, Craig! To clarify, I need to resize the application windows, so that when I capture a 1080p picture using Partial Screen Recording, it fills the entire recording area. I found an app called Moom which allows for custom resizing presets, and it works great. I created a custom preset for 1920x1080, and another for 1920x1054 for cases in which I need to record the menu bar, which on my Thunderbolt Display is 26px high.