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How To Go With Screen Recording On Mac

Become a pro at capturing screen on your Mac.

How To published date 10th May, 2018 Vikram Khajuria

Create Screen Recording

Many a time, we feel like capturing some video or other graphics that we come across. But screen recording isn’t that familiar until you own a Mac. This is one of the features that set Mac apart from other systems. Screen recording comes handy for videos which can’t be downloaded and yet, we wish to save them. Thankfully, screen capture is not that challenging on the Mac.

Just By Following Few Steps, Anyone Can Go For Screen Recording. Take A Look, How To Record A Video On A Mac:

1. Launch QuickTime Player

For recording a video on Mac, you need to look for QuickTime player. It can be found by simply looking in Applications in the Finder or tap F4 to see if you can find it in LaunchPad. If still not discoverable, search it in Spotlight and it will flash there.

Launch QuickTime Player

2. Go To New Screen Recording

Once the menu pops up, select the “New Screen Recording” from there.

3. Select From Screen Recording Options

Once the Screen Recording box opens up, tap on the white down arrow to see more options. It will let you select built-in microphone or an external microphone for audio. You can also opt for a mouse click in the recording.

Select Screen Recording

4. Start Recording

While recording a video if you wish to record a voiceover, it can be done by choosing the sound source. You can also use iPhone headphones to self-record any voice note. However, recording audio from videos playing on your screen is not possible.

5. Part or Full Screen Capture

Furthermore, you can also go for whole screen recording or just a portion of it. On clicking the red record button, you will be able to drag till the part you want to capture, rest you can leave. To start again, click the record button.

6. Stop Recording

Once you are done with your recording, select the QuickTime icon in the Dock and tap on the Stop Recording option from the menu, or simply hit Command+Control+Escape.

7. Save Your File

After concluding the recording, the captured file will be automatically opened in QuickTime Player as “Screen Recording.mov.” You can further save it on your Mac and share on other platforms.

Save Your Recordings on Mac

Wrapping It Up

Just in case, if you are still not impressed with what Apple has offered for the Mac, there are other apps also which let you record screen and few of them are ScreenFlow 4, Camtasia, Voila, and Icecream Screen Recorder. In case of any nuisance, get back to us.

Vikram Khajuria

Vikram Khajuria

A typical boy and tech enthusiast, Vikram is totally fascinated by the journey of his day from miseries to joys. Covering the journalism field, he writes at MobileAppDaily and keeps surfing the trends to understand tech and inventions better. Don’t forget his driving skills, he is a professional car rallyist. Life has just got better, breath it!!

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