It may be convenient to video record what you are doing on your computer. So here’s how to take a video screenshot on macOS with QuickTime.
Do you want to show remotely how to perform a manipulation on your Mac? Take a screenshot to integrate it into a bigger project? Here’s how to get your screen video recorded on macOS with Quick Time.
Take a video capture with QuickTime?
First thing, run QuickTime (use the search box at the top right to locate it)
- Once the application is open, click on the File menu then on New screen recording.
- A window opens, click on the arrow icon to the right of the red button Registration.
- In the menu that appears, choose Internal microphone to add sound to the video.
- Finally press the red button Save.
- You can then choose between recording the entire screen or a specific area that you can define.
- To stop recording, just click on the button Stop at the top right of the menu bar.
Warning: if you are using a version later than macOS Sierra, the procedure is a bit different. By clicking in QuickTime on the File menu and then on New Video Recording, the macOS capture tool takes over. The only thing that changes is that you will have to click on Save in this tool which replaces the black QuickTime dialog box.
When finished, the recording will appear again in QuickTime and all you have to do is save it to your hard drive. You can then edit it through editing software and then share it.
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