How To Screenshot And Screen Record On An iPhone, iPad, and Mac

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Apple doesn't include screen-recording directions for its products. Here's how to do it on a Mac:

Open Quicktime
Go to File
New Screen Recording
Press the "Record" button
Click the screen to record the entire area or click-and-drag around the area you want to record
You can record your computer's microphone audio
You can also download plugins like Soundflower
This will allow you to record your computer's audio as well
You'll need to switch your Sound Output settings and select the right audio setting in Quicktime
When finished, press the "Stop" button on the taskbar
Make sure you save your file!
There are 3 ways to screenshot on a Mac:

Press Command, Shift, 3 to screenshot the entire screen
Command, Shift, 4 and click and drag over the area you want to grab
Command, Shift, 4 then Spacebar and select the window to screenshow
Here's how to screen record on an iPhone or iPad:

Make sure your device has iOS 11
Go to Settings
Control Center
Customize Controls
Add Screen Recording
When you're ready to record, bring up the Control Center
Tap "Record"
It will give a 3-2-1 countdown
The taskbar turns red when recording
When finished, bring up the Control Center and press "Stop"
It won't record your phone's audio, but it will record your voice if you want to narrate anything.
To take a screenshot on an iPhone X press the "Power" and "Volume Up" buttons together. For iPads and earlier iPhone models press the "Power" and "Home" buttons together.

Happy creating!

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