Tips for Apple Followers丨How to Record Screen on iPhone with Sound
iPhone Built-in Screen Recorder Hide-and-Seek
For many iPhone users, where to find the built-in screen recorder is a big question. If your system hasn't been updated to iOS 11 which is incompatible with iPhone 5/6 or earlier generations, the only way out is to ask other apps for help. While, if your iPhone has been updated to iOS 11 or later version, the built-in screen recorder is hidden inside the Setting, and needs to be added to the Control Center manually.
However, finding screen recorder is not the end, iPhone users are seeking for more – recording screen with both in-app audio and external microphone from the speaker. But there are still many users reported the iPhone screen recording no sound error, or out-of-sync audio problems.
According to user reviews, the frame tends to be distorted or its quality swings from high to low randomly when recording in landscape mode. On top of that, freezing, crashing and space-eating are all shortcomings of iPhone built-in recorder.
Although iPhone Screen Recorder is a convenient tool that enables users to record gaming footage, interesting video cut, and how-to videos for iPhone newbies directly, it does has a long way to make it more user-friendly. Before it gets perfect, let’s see how other software, VideoProc assists the iPhone to record screen with sound.
Record iPhone Screen with Sound on Mac
Targeted at problems that you may encounter in iPhone screen recording, VideoProc for Mac can record screen for iPhone running with iOS 11, and earlier or later version of iOS 11. Sound recording while screen capturing includes in-app audio, microphone audio, both internal and external audio, and audio off. Importantly, to solve out-of-sync audio problems, it keeps A/V sync while recording process as well as post process.
When recording by iPhone built-in Screen Recorder, it is annoying to see a red bar on your screen all the time. VideoProc successfully remove any irritating icon to record iPhone screen on Mac with high quality. Except for that, this useful tool allows you to edit screen while recording, for instance, drawing, texting, circling, and even cropping the frame so that an embarrassing notification won’t pop up to bother you anymore. When complete recording, it let you batch edit recorded videos – cut, trim, merge, rotate, convert, etc.
After recording, you can easily cut, merge, trim and convert recorded videos in VideoProc for Mac. Download and try it in a few clicks!
How to Record iPhone Screen with Sound on Mac
Step 1. Download VideoProc for Mac
Free download VideoProc and install it on Mac.
Step 2. Connect iPhone with Mac
Launch VideoProc and connect iPhone with Mac via a USB cable.
Step 3. Set recording options
Click Crop or set the value of W (width) and H (height) on the lower left side to define the area of recording. Choose one option of Microphone settings or click No Audio to record iPhone screen silently. And then click button Browse and select a folder to save the recording.
Step 4. Record iPhone screen
When settings are ready, click the red button REC at the bottom to start iPhone screen recording. Finally click STOP to complete the recording.
With VideoProc, followers of Apple products can capture screens of iPhone and many other Apple devices like iPad, iPods, Mac easily, and further more, without A/V lag or annoying icon. If you are a perfectionist, a little editing on this powerful software after recording works a lot for you.