iPad screenrecording: how?

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Wed Dec 21 13:13:46 EST 2011


you might use a tripod and a video camera. "Shooting the screen" isn't too
bad if the camera and subject are steady.
The audio could be direct if it's first turned down in level - video
cameras are usually  mic level in and would probably sound better with a
close up mic

I've used this technique as a way to report bugs in software that involve
two screens - that can't be screen-recorded properly.

On 21 December 2011 09:56, William de Smet <williamdesmet at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi there,
>
> I want to make a screen recording of my new iPad app.
> How do you people do this?
> There are no iPad screen recording apps yet. Are there?
>
> For now I started to use the iPad simulator and use Quicktime to make a
> screenrecording (OSX Lion).
> This gives a fairly good .mov file but the sound is terrible because it
> uses the internal mic of my iMac.
> I use iMovie to do the editing.
>
> Any ideas and advice is welcome.
>
> greetings,
>
> William
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