You don’t need an app to capture iPhone or iPad screen Recording. Screen Recording lets you record iOS and iPadOS screen activities.
This programme lets you record your screen and then take screenshots. This is easier than using a third-party programme to capture iPhone or iPad screen activity. Here’s how to use Screen Recording.
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Control Center customization
Add Screen-Recording to Control Panel before using it. In Settings > Control Center on your iPhone or iPad, enable Access Within Apps. Tap Screen-Recording under More Controls to add it to Control Center.
Now record the screen. Tap the Screen-Recordings button in Control Center. The recording starts after a countdown.
Want to record audio? Perhaps you’re narrating as the iPhone or iPad records the screen. Long-press Control Center’s record button and tap the Microphone button to adjust video sound.
When you long-press the record button, you can specify a different location. Start the countdown by tapping Start Recording. Your screen will display a red timer icon.
You don’t need to return to the Control Center when you’re done. Tap the red icon at the top of the screen, then tap Stop. A notice says the movie was saved.
You may utilise Screen Recording to take screenshots of recorded activity. If you can’t take screenshots of a certain activity, try this. Play back your video and pause at the correct time.
Take a static screenshot by hitting the proper keys (Side button + Volume Up on an iPhone or iPad Pro without a Home button; On/Off button + Home button on other devices).
Recordings and screenshots
By default, recordings and screen grabs are stored to Photos. To view a recording from the app, tap Play. You can scrub through the video, mute it, share it, or remove it here.