Have you ever wondered how they film the progress of the game on screen when some of the videos posted on YouTube are live broadcasts of the game? The answer is screen recording. This article will show you how to make a screen recording with internal / external audio on Mac.
[Mac]How to record screen with internal / external audio
Screenshot is a handy feature that captures an image displayed on a smartphone or PC screen and saves it as an image file. But images aren’t the only things you can store as files on your device. Smartphones and PCs have a feature that allows you to shoot and save videos as a file. This is the screen recording function.
Macs already have a screen recording feature, so there’s no need to install a dedicated app to record your screen. However, the screen recording app has a setting function that the Mac screen recording function does not have, so it is very convenient when you want to record your screen with attention to detail.
In this article, I will explain how to create a video file using the Mac screen recording feature and how to do it using a screen recording app. There are two ways to record your screen using only standard Mac functions without installing a screen recording application.
● Use “shift + command + 5”
● Using QuickTime Player
[Metodo 1]Record Mac screen with audio with “shift + command + 5”
First, I will explain how to record the screen with “shift + comma + 5”. If you record the screen with “shift + comma + 5”, you can record the internal sound of the Mac, but remember that the external sound cannot be recorded. Press the “Shift” and “Command” keys on your Mac keyboard at the same time, then press the “5” key while holding them down.