Tutorial on How to Screen Recording on iPhone & iPad Without Apps!

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How to Screen Record on iPhone & iPad

Tutorial on How to Screen Record on iPhone & iPad Without Additional Apps

Centriumsquare Blog – iPhones, The
holy grail of smartphones. Apple has delivered everything that could ever be
asked for in a phone with their iconic devices. And since the release of iOS
11, they upped the ante yet again by allowing users to record their screen. 
Screen recording video from your iPhone or iPad screen is as easy as
taking a screenshot, once you know how touse it. Here’s how to screen
record on your iPhone or iPad
.

How to start screen record on iPhone or iPad?

Multiple
types of Apple mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can record
all screen with iOS 11 update. This feature can be accessed by those running
iOS 11 or above, but there is one major downside. Before you start screen
recording, you need to allow screen recording in your iOS. If your iPhone is
running iOS 11 or later, you can use the built-in screen recording function.
This function allows you to record screen and audio with your Apple device. To
get started, check if your Control Center has a screen recording button. To
access your Control Center, swipe down from the top-right corner for iPhone X
or later, or swipe up for iPhone 8 or earlier. Then find the screen recording
button, which is a dot with a circle around it

How to allow screen recordings on
your iPhone and iPad setting?

Before you
can record your screen, you’ll need to turn on the screen recording feature.

1. Open the
Settings app and then tap Control Center.

2. In the
Included Controls section, check to see if Screen Recording is there. If it
isn’t, scroll down to the More Controls section and tap the green plus sign
next to it. You should see it move to the Included Controls section, meaning
it’s now available in the Control Center.

Tutorial how to start screen recording on
your iPhone and iPad

  1. Go to Settings > Control Center and tap
    the Add button next to Screen Recording.
     
  2. Open Control Center on your iPhone or
    iPad.
     
  3. Tap the gray record icon gray record
    button, then wait for the three-second countdown.
     
  4. Exit Control Center to record your
    screen.
     
  5. To stop recording, open Control Center,
    then tap the red recording icon red button. Or tap the red status bar at the
    top of the screen and tap Stop.
     

When you’re
done recording, tap the red clock (or bar) at the top of your screen and then
tap Stop. You can also open the Control Center and tap the Record button again.

Tips when screen recording on
iPhone:

1. Lock your auto screen rotation

Have you
ever tried to show someone a video on your iPhone, only to have the screen
rotate in the middle? It’s very frustrating and can mess up the entire
recording.

To avoid
this, you can lock the screen orientation before you start recording. This way,
no matter how you hold your phone, the video will stay in landscape mode (or
portrait mode, if that’s what you prefer).

Don’t let
technical glitches get in the way of creating great content!

2. Clear screen clutter – remove
unnecessary icons

You decide
to record a tutorial on your iPhone, but once you’re done recording, you’ll
realize that your attention is on the multicolored apps cluttering your screen
rather than the feature you’re trying to show off.

Block
distractions by removing unnecessary icons from your screen or deleting them in
a single workbook folder. Keep the focus where you want it!

3. Choose an appropriate wallpaper,
knowing it might be shown

This one is
entirely down to personal preference. You can either go for a completely blank
wallpaper or find an image that will complement the video you are recording.
Just remember that whatever image you select will likely be shown in your
recording, so make sure it’s something you’re comfortable with others seeing.

4. Don’t have mute on if you want the
iPhone’s audio included

It may seem
obvious, but the audio recording will be limited if your phone is muted. When
learning how to record a screen on iPhone, you need to decide if you wish to
record audio and what audio that is. The paid version of our application allows
for recording computer audio, and it costs nothing extra to enable microphone
narration too.

5. Check system resources

Turn off
your unnecessary apps and processes running in the background. This will not
only save you battery life on your iPhone and improve its performance, but it
will also keep some of your data private when screen recording.

The last
thing you want is there to be some information you’d rather not share on
display for the world to see! Be aware of what background applications are
running and how closing these can enable performance and reduce mishaps when
switching between apps when screen recording.

6. Plan your recording

Made with
content creators in mind, the Storyboard Mode was designed to enable you to
plan out your recording. Create a streamlined workflow using storyboards and
scripts – and you will never be left thinking, what next?

If you
already have a script, but it is in MS Office or Google Docs, don’t worry. The
Screencast-O-Matic app enables you to add this to the project manager and turn
it into text. Ta-da!

7. Save storage space

This
application for iPhone screen recording is also rated one of the top screen
recorders by PCMag, with one of the key pros found being our online storage
capacity. Although you have storage available, we advise you to save on storage
space by only keeping what you need!

If you are
screen recording every single week, the amount of space used up will soon
become an issue you wish you had foreseen.

Thats all tutoria on How to start screen recording on your iPhone or iPad in 2022.

 

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