If you mean video recording, the most popular programs are probably Apple's Final Cut Pro and Adobe's Premiere. I'm sure there are many other suitable video applications—even free ones like Apple's iMovie [which I think is still included with Macs?] or DaVinci Resolve. I'm an audio guy so I can't be too much more specific, but a quick search should turn up plenty of options. You could check out the video category on MPV for courses that could introduce you a number of suitable video programs..
If you were talking about audio recording, most any DAW [Digital Audio Workstation] would be suitable for recording audio for video. Professionals use high-end DAWs like Logic and Pro Tools, but there are also free versions that you could try out to get a feel for it, if you're completely new to recording. Macs all come with GarageBand which is free [it's kind of a baby version of Logic], and even Pro Tools has a free version [Pro Tools Free]; if you're just interested in recording audio [and not MIDI] there's also a free application called Audacity that's available for both Mac and PC.