Occasionally, when you shake your mouse pointer/cursor quickly, it might trigger small visual glitches that are visible on recordings, such as two pointers being visible for a second.
This is caused by the system feature
Shake mouse pointer to locate, which makes the cursor bigger for a brief moment. You can avoid it by turning it off.
To change it - choose Apple menu > System Settings, click Accessibility in the sidebar, then click Display on the right. (You may need to scroll down.)
Then click the switch next to
Shake mouse pointer to locate to turn it off.
Screen Studio highly modifies the appearance and movement of your cursor on the recording.
In order to do that, Screen Studio records your screen with cursor hidden and then re-adds it in post production automatically.
If you have the option to "Shake Mouse Pointer to Locate" turned on in your system settings, our recorder may struggle to hide the original cursor. As a result, your cursor may be visible twice in the final video.