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Recording and sharing gameplay is something many game players love to do. They would like to post it on YouTube or share it using messenger or other means of communication. If you want to do that, a great screen recorder is necessary.
When it comes to iOS devices, Apple offers a native way to record screens, but the operation is not simple. For example, you cannot record some apps. This post will show how you can record iOS gameplay on Mac, which gives you a better choice over other recording apps.
Record iOS Gameplay on Mac (Recommended)
iOS allows you to mirror the screen on other devices such as TV and even MacBook. If you are bored playing on a small device, you can continuously stream to your MacBook if they are on the same network. It also means that you can record game playing on iPhone/iPad by mirroring it on MacBook. Then you can use the EaseUS RecExperts for Mac to record it.
The Mac screen recorder allows you to record the screen, camera, audio, and iOS Devices with only a few clicks. It's possible for you to easily capture whatever you need on your Mac screen, even if you are a beginner. The "Record iOS" feature can detect the iOS devices on the same network as your MacBook, and when it mirrors, it can record everything on the screen of iOS devices with your MacBook.
In addition to its recreational functions, you can also use this recorder to record Webex meeting, Zoom meetings, or online webinars to backup content in meetings. Or you can record with it and make a tutorial video if you need to give a class to your students.
- Screen recorder without watermark
- Record gameplay that is playing on iPhone/iPad
- A great Webcam recorder on Mac
- Record screen with audio on Mac
- Export video in GIF or MP4 format
If those features are beneficial for you, download this easy-to-use software and have a try.
Steps to Record iOS Gameplay on Mac:
Step 1. Make sure the iOS device and the MacBook are connected to the same network. Then, launch EaseUS RecExperts.
Step 2. On your iPad or iPhone, tap on the control center and click on the "Screen Mirroring option." It will open another window where you can see the MacBook on which the recorder is running. Tap on it to connect.
Step 3. After that, whatever you open on your iOS device will also appear on the Mac screen, and you can open the application you want to record.
Step 4. Click on the red color record button, and it will instantly start recording. Now start playing the game while the recording happens on your MacBook. Once done, click on the stop button, and the recording will be available on the list.
Optional Game Screen recorder iOS
Here is the list of apps you can use on iPad or iPhone to record everything on the screen, including gameplays. The recorded video will be saved on the device.
Screen Recorder: Video Capture
Screen Recorder is a free video capture tool for iPhone and iOS that can also record Facetime. It helps in creating live narration or commentary for the video. It offers a full-fledged tool to edit the video, ensuring you can remove anything unwanted in the video.
The software also includes a "Video to GIF" feature to create a repeating moment of something funny in the video. Once you install the app, it will add itself as one of the recording options along with the built-in recording.
- Support screen recording and video editing
- Trim and remove unwanted video clips
- Change speed, crop video, merge videos and add transitions
- Live Stream to YouTube and other platforms
- The subscription model can be costly
- The app can be buggy at times
iOS offers a built-in screen recorder that can record everything on your iPhone, including gameplay. It would help if you had to open Settings > Control Centre > More Controls > and then tap on the plus icon next to the screen recording.
The control center can be accessed by swiping to the extreme left. To stop recording, swipe down, and press the stop button. While the built-in recorder is straightforward, but it comes with its own set of drawbacks.
- Record in the exact resolution as that of iPad/iPhone
- Audio recording is possible
- Edit recorded video with iMovie
- Not compatible with some apps, such as streaming services
Record it! Screen Capture
It is a screen recorder for iPad and iPhone, allowing you to add some video reactions. The app can be launched from the control panel under the record button. What the app does is that it will register itself as one of the screen recording options in the control panel section.
So when you tap on it, you will get to see the default recorder and all the apps capable of recording the screen.
- Add video commentary with the option to pause
- Configure the position of the reaction video
- A built-in video editor is available
- Limited to 30FPS
- Commentary while recording is not possible
Screen Recorder - Record Game
It's a professional screen recorder that can instantly start recording any game with a single tap. It can also record other things, including your phone screen. If you like posting to social media, you can also live commentary to record the game using Facetime.
That said, the software also includes an editor that allows you to remove parts of video or audio.
- Record game, reaction video, and phone screen
- Video editor offers to add text, trim recording, and add music
- Share videos directly to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube
- App subscription is costly for casual users
- Issues about audio and video sync
DU Recorder - Screen Recorder
Like all the above recorders, DU Recorder can record the screen and anything on it. It also comes with an array of editing tools along with screen capture and streaming. You can trim, filter, add music, record, add text, change speed, and so on. The most significant advantage of this app is that it comes with a complete set of features that can help you record and edit the video.
- 1080P recording at 30 FPS
- High video quality
- Record facecam reaction while recording the game
- Watermark cannot be removed without making a purchase
- The broadcast can be buggy
While it looks tough to record the screen on iOS, it is not the truth. A ton of software can help you record gameplay that you are playing on an iPhone or iPad.
You can stream it on your MacBook using EaseUS RecExperts, which also helps you save the recordings directly on the device. Later you can edit the gameplay using EaseUS Video Editor, which offers professional features to make the best of it when you publish it on social media.