Screen Record With Sound On Android and iPhone


if you want to learn how to record the screen on your mobile device maybe you want to record your game or maybe you want to do something cool like this then you're gonna want to watch this video because I'm going to show you how to do it on

your iPhone and your Android device but first let me introduce myself my name is Dean Eman and you're watching the master your mobile video series where I help you take your mobile device and turn it into a pocket-sized production studio and so much more so for this video

I had to make the decision am I going to show you how to do it on the iPhone first or I'm gonna show you how to do it on Android the decision is for no reason Android now for the Android device we are gonna use d-u recorder or

do recorder it's a free app and though there are a lot of options out there to record your screen it's my personal favorite for Android now d-u recorder also works on iOS however in my experience on my Android device there are a lot more controls and do you

recorder than when you do it on your iOS device I don't know why but we can probably blame Apple thanks Apple so the first thing you want to do when you open do you recorder is come up here to the options where the four boxes are tap on

that and it's going to present a whole bunch of options for you up here you're gonna get your camera access you can go live you can edit your video merge videos Wi-Fi transfer to editing image Stitch your images together this alone is pretty powerful but we're going to

go all the way over to the right to the settings we're going to go down to video resolution and on this I'm choosing 1080p that's the highest one that I can record on my device and video quality I'm gonna bump that up as high as possible too now

if your phone is laggy or is having a problem recording the video you might want to come down and knock it down one or even two until it records smoothly now this is your frame rate I keep mine on 30 frames per second we should probably cover you

if you're doing screen recording however if you are a gamer you might want to bump up to 60 frames per second because that's gonna give you a smoother playback we're gonna keep this at 30 video orientation I keep on auto so it doesn't matter which way I flip

the phone that's gonna cover it record audio now this one says internal audio recording is not allowed by Android however it gives you the option to record on my device I can plug Mike and I can record audio while I'm doing a screen recording and I'm gonna show

you how I do that and just a woman moving on down you can hide the record window when you're recording you can shake the phone to stop recording you can change your countdown you can show touches so as you're going to screen recording as you touch it's going

to leave a little mark to show you where you're touching it now they have a watermark so if you enable the watermark it's gonna put the D you screen record or watermark on there we don't want that so we're going to make sure that is turnoff however you

can't add your own watermark you can add text or add image just go in there and add that and it will put it on top of whatever you record and you can do the same for your live streams and that's pretty much all we're gonna do on this

so we're gonna close this down now when we actually want to record all we have to do is go up to this top button and hit record and it's gonna say to do your record or capture everything that's displayed on your screen now I keep this on and

I don't check don't show again because this is a reminder to me to put it in airplane mode or quiet mode turn off my internet whatever so I'm going to do so I don't get messages and those get recorded when I'm trying to record something so we're gonna

start it's gonna give you a countdown and it's gonna start recording so whatever I'm doing here it's recording everything that I do and when I want to stop I pull down and I hit stop and then it gives me an option on what I want to do I

can share it and go to these options if I want to share I can delete it or I can play it and watch it now if you want to record your own voice into your phone while you're recording you can do that you're gonna want to plug in

a microphone for the best possible audio quality if you don't do that you're just gonna hear the mic that's built into the phone and the quality is not so good however it does work so let's go in and do a little recording so I can show you how

this sounds okay so now the auto is just coming in through the lavalier microphone that I have plugged into the top of my phone I'm gonna put a link in the description below for that so let's see what this looks like and sounds like now one really cool

feature that I like with the D u recorder is if you're doing reaction videos or maybe you want to record gaming you wanna put your face on there I don't know why I keep capping that you want to go up here type on the wrench and turn on

and the camera feature what that's gonna do is activate the front camera on your phone you're gonna see right there you're now seeing my DSLR so we can enlarge that right and if you turn it it's gonna turn with you hey now whatever it is I'm going to

record it's going to record wherever my screen is so we're gonna leave it there we're gonna start recording and as you see it's recording my video as I move around on my phone whatever it is if I do it's going to record I'm gonna close it you just

exit out but right there really cool feature unfortunately it's not available in iOS or at least I haven't figured out how to do it yet if you do please let me know if you're not using the app or the method that I share with you today to record

your screen leave a comment down below let me know how you are recording your screen maybe you have another way another app maybe something that's even better than this leave a comment I will check it out I'll try to reply to as many as I can and I

do appreciate the feedback okay okay iPhone users thank you so much for being patient and sittin through that I do appreciate it now the d-u recorder that I just showed you for the Android device will work on your iOS device but some of the features are not working

on my phone maybe you can put it in yours and maybe they will work on yours I'm not sure but it wouldn't work on my iPhone 7 and what we are going to do today is we're going to use the native recorder comes with iOS 11 if you

don't have a os 11 you might want to think about an upgrade but make sure you back everything up before you do an upgrade just in case something goes walking in the process and for those of you who do have iOS 11 I'm gonna show you how to

put it in set it up as well as set up do you recorder if you want to have that option to use that as well so let's get started okay by default the screen recorder does not come activated in iOS 11 so you need to go to settings

then you need to come to control center make sure access within apps is activated customize controls then you want to scroll down here until you see screen recording hit that and you'll see it's gonna add it to right here so we're gonna back on out and now what

you'll notice is if you scroll up from the bottom you're gonna see this little button right down here that is your screen recorder and if you press it do a force press you're gonna see it pops up some options down here now these are the other screen recorders

that I have installed on the phone you see I have d-u recorder live installed if so when you install do you recorder this is how you're going to activate it so basically you'll go in here force push and you'll scroll down and you'll click on and do your

recorder live and then that's going to activate the de recorder however for this one we're gonna do the native recorder and you'll notice down here they have a microphone audio on so you can turn off your audio but if you want to record your microphone you're gonna need

that on now if you have the recorder already set and you're not going to toggle through it to choose a different app all you have to do is swipe up from the bottom and just hit record and you'll get your countdown and it's going to start recording so

now we've connected the dongle to the microphone and we're gonna do a screen recording and test out the mic so you can hear what it sounds like on your iPhone we're going to go back up we're gonna force press to make sure camera roll is selected that's the

native screen recorder but if you want to do you it's right there but understand that do you recorder on your iPhone doesn't have the same features as it does on Android so we're going to make sure camera roll is on we're gonna make sure for the microphone audio

is on which is red and they're gonna hit start recording so now you see if they count down and now we're screen recording so we can go in and you also see it blinking right there that means it's recording so we're gonna go in we can open up

some things let's see what's going on in YouTube oh there's Brian G Johnson if you're not already go over and subscribe to Brian if you're interested on learning on how to grow your YouTube channel now I'm not gonna record a game because I don't want to deal with

a copyright strike but you can record your voice as well as the game in your iPhone and that's pretty cool so you'll want to stop all you have to do is come up to the red bar on the top and tap that and then stop it and that's

how you stop the recording now it's going to give this little bubble right here you can tap it and it's gonna open it right up so you can see exactly what it is you just recorded and that is how you record the screen on your Android or iPhone

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