Not many people are aware that iPhones and iPads have a feature that allows screen recording. Knowing how to record the screen on iPads and iPhones may come in handy if the need arises.
We all know how to take screenshots on our devices. It’s one of the most commonly used iOS features.
It’s useful when you want to capture something on your device that you want to show to your friends or family online.
But when it comes to capturing multiple things, especially demos on how to’s, screenshots can be a hassle. That’s when people turn to screen recording.
How To Record Screen on iPad
Recording your screen on iPad is really easy and it will only take you a few clicks. So, let us now get into these simple steps right away.
1. Built-in Screen Record Feature
The screen record feature can easily be accessed in the Control Center on your iPad. But first you’ll have to add it to the list of features in the control center. From then on, you’ll have it available to you at any time.
Part 1: Add Screen Record Feature in The Control Center
Step 1: Launch iPad Settings
Step 2: Select ‘Control Center’
Step 3: Click ‘Customize Controls’
Step 4: Tap The Plus Sign Beside Screen Recording
Part 2: Record iPad Screen
Step 1: Access iPad Control Center
Swipe up from the bottom of the iPad to access the Control Center.
Step 2: Tap The Screen Record Button
The screen record button will then turn red when the recording has started. Also, the top of the iPad will turn red like the one below.
Part 3: Record With Or Without Audio
When you start to record the iPad screen, you can also opt to include or not include the audio. You simply just have to make sure the audio is turned off or on.
Press and hold the screen record button and options will appear on your screen like the one below. If you want to record with audio just make sure that the microphone is turned on.
2. Third-Party Apps
Aside from the built-in screen record feature, you can always opt for third-party apps available on the Apps Store.
This app helps you easily record your demos on your iPad. After recording TechSmith will store all the recordings in one library for organized safekeeping.
Also, it immediately lets you preview your recordings so you can edit it and share right away.
Just like the built-in screen record feature on your iPad, it lets you record your entire screen with audio. But what’s good with Go Record, is it lets you record from your face cam simultaneously to add reactions to your recordings.
Now, you can have the perfect recording when playing video games with your friends!
Have you ever wanted to record an HD-quality video of your iPad screen? EveryCord – Record & Broadcast has got you covered. It lets you record a high-definition video for your iPad demos straight to your camera roll.
You can finally record your favorite games and movies without worrying about the quality being compromised.
Get To Recording on You iPad!
It’s so nice that Apple has thought of adding the Screen Record feature on our iPhones and iPads. Finally, there is a feature that we can use for recording demos and games on our devices, rather than taking screenshots of it one by one.
Even better, there are many available screen recording apps on the App Store, should you opt for third-party apps.
What do you think of Apple’s newest Screen Record feature? Were you able to record your iPad screen using our guide? Tell us your thoughts in the comment section below!