With iOS 11 or later, Apple has given us the ability to filter recordings on iPhone and iPad. It’s a great tool to use if you want to show someone how to do something on your device, for example. Charlotte Henry of Mac Observer explained how to filter records on a Mac in this article.
How to filter recording on iPhone and iPad
As usual, the screen recording process is the same on these two devices.
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If you have an iPhone X or later, or if you’re using iPadOS, swipe down from the top right corner of the screen to access Control Center. If you have an iPhone before iPhone X, like my iPhone 7 Plus, swipe up from the bottom of the screen. We are looking for an icon that looks like a circle with a solid dot in the middle, as shown below.
Tap the icon and it will start a countdown from three. This will give you some time to close Control Center and prepare to save what you want. If you long press the icon, you can choose where you want to record the screen recording video, as well as an option to enable or disable the microphone to capture sound. Some applications may not allow you to record sound.
Here is a practical tip. Once screen recording is enabled, the notification bar at the top will turn red to let you know. When you finish recording, press the red bar. You will see a menu appear which will allow you to press Stop, and the recording will be saved to the location you have chosen, the Photos application being the default. If you do this, you will not have to go back and edit the video so that it does not show you the opening of the Control Center and tapping the icon to stop recording.