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While watching shows on Apple TV, you may find some interesting videos and want to save them for offline viewing or later sharing, but you cannot download any video from Apple TV. Then how to finish the task?
Actually, there is an easy way to help you out: screen record on Apple TV with a professional, free video recording software, a capture card, and HDMI cables. It might sound a little difficult, but don't worry. Here we will walk you through the detailed steps to record from Apple TV on this page.
- You won't be able to use the methods mentioned here for any copyrighted or DRM-laden content; try to do so, and you'll just see a blank, black screen.
|Workable Solutions||Step-by-step Troubleshooting|
|Fix 1. EaseUS RecExperts||Take the HDMI cable and connect it to your Apple TV, and plug...Full steps|
|Fix 1. QuickTime Player||First, open Settings on Apple TV and go to "Remotes and Devices > Remote App and Devices...Full steps|
EaseUS RecExperts is an excellent streaming video recorder for both Windows and Mac users. With its help, you can easily capture video from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, YouTube TV, or other platforms, including Apple TV.
This program lets you flexibly record full screen or record part of screen, grab Apple TV videos with or without audio, or set a specific time to start your Apple TV recording. Once done, you even can use the in-built editing tools to cut or trim your recordings.
Hit the below button to get this Apple TV video recorder for free. No need to register.
- Record streaming video and export in various formats
- Support auto split and schedule recording features
- Allow adding webcam overlay while capturing screen
- Capture GIFs from Apple TV video
Next, we will show you the detailed procedures to record videos from Apple TV with EaseUS RecExperts:
Step 1. Take the HDMI cable and connect it to your Apple TV, and plug the other end of the cable into the port of your capture card.
Step 2. Once done, you will see the Apple TV screen on your PC or Mac.
※ Stage 2. Start Record Videos from Apple TV
Step 1. Launch EaseUS RecExperts. There are two modes for screen recording. Choose "Full Screen", this tool will capture the whole screen; choose "Region", you will need to select the recording area manually.
Step 2. After that, you can choose to record the webcam, system sound, or microphone as you like. Of course, you can turn them off if you only need to record the silent screen.
Step 3. Then, you can click the red "REC" button to start recording. Now you will see a menu bar on your screen. If you want to pause the recording, click on the white "Pause" button; to end the recording, click on the red "Stop" button.
Step 4. After recording, you will be led to the recording list interface. Here you can view or edit your recordings easily.
If you have no HDMI cable or capture card, you also can successfully record a show on Apple TV with QuickTime Player. Doing so requires both devices are on the same Wi-Fi network. Now check the following process:
Note: If you have an Apple TV 4K, you can successfully screen record Apple TV using this method, otherwise, you can check the above solution.
Step 1. First, open Settings on Apple TV and go to "Remotes and Devices > Remote App and Devices".
Next, download Xcode from Mac App Store, and click "Window > Devices and Simulators". Then select the Apple TV and enter the pin that appears on the Apple TV.
Step 2. Launch QuickTime Player, and click "File > New Movie Recording".
Step 3. After that, click the small down arrow to open the new dropdown menu. Choose Apple TV under both the Camera and Microphone parts.
Step 4. When everything is OK, you can hit the red button to start capturing from Apple TV.
Sometimes, you may want to snapshot Apple TV instead of recording it, then this section is right for you! As before, you also can do it with a capture card and cable.
First, you need to connect the capture card and your Apple TV. You can check Stage 1 for the details.
Then, download EaseUS RecExperts and start taking screenshots on your Apple TV:
Step 1. Download and launch this program on your computer. You will see all features it offers, including Webcam recording, Audio recording, Region capturing, and other options like Settings and Full Screen recording.
Step 2. Click "Full Screen" or "Region" according to your need. The screen will go dim, and drag your cursor covering what you want to capture.
Step 3. Now press F11 or click the "Screenshot" icon to take screenshots.
Step 4. The screenshots will be saved in the "Recordings" > "Pictures", where you can rename the screenshot with ease.
Editor's Final Words
This post provides you with some reliable methods to record videos and shows from Apple TV with or without cables, and you can pick your desired one to start your work. Moreover, for convenience, we also offer a solution to help you take screenshots while enjoying videos on Apple TV.
To conclude, this post will be helpful when you want to record or snapshot your Apple TV videos.
One-click to capture anything on screen!
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