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Snapchat only allows recording a video no longer than 10 seconds, which is a disappointment to people who want to record a longer video than that. But don't worry too much. The new version actually allows users to combine and post six 10-second videos at one time.
Then, how to record multiple videos on Snapchat? This article will give you the steps to record multiple videos for both posting and later viewing. Just choose the guide based on your needs.
If you want to record multiple videos you like from Snapchat for later viewing, it's better to record them at one time. There's a screen recorder called EaseUS RecExperts that can capture Snapchat videos with BGMs. With this tool, you can record the videos one by one or even at the same time. Download and install it before recording!
The best thing about this program is that you can edit your recordings. For example, you can extract audio from a video, split a video or audio file, and customize the playback speed if you want. After recording, you can preview and share the recordings to other platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, and more.
Follow the steps below to record multiple videos on the same screen:
Step 1. Launch RecExperts on your PC, and click on the little computer icon on the left panel.
Step 2. Click "Region" and the down arrow to choose the "Select region/window" option. Then, click and hold your left mouse button and drag your mouse to cover from one screen to another screen.
Step 3. (Optional) If you want to record multiple screens with audio or webcam overlay, you can also click on the Webcam, System sound, or Microphone button as you like.
Step 4. Finally, click REC to start the multiple-screen recording. To end the recording, click on the Stop button. Once done, you can freely preview or edit the recorded video as you want.
Share this tutorial with more people if you think it is helpful in recording multiple Snapchat videos!
As we mentioned above, Snapchat allows users to record multiple videos one by one and post them together. The tool used to achieve this is a built-in feature called "Multi Snap". It gives intervals every 10 seconds in the recording process, splitting the final video into six parts. The operation is quite simple. You just need to press the record button every 10 seconds to record a video up to 60 seconds in total.
Check how to record multiple videos on Snapchat with the Multi Snap feature:
Step 1. Open Snapchat on your phone and go to the camera screen. Then, tap the plus sign icon on the right. Next, scroll down and tap "Multi Snap".
Step 2. Now, tap and hold the capture button multiple times to capture multiple videos one by one. When it's done, tap "Edit & Send". You can see several clips you just recorded here. When you are satisfied with the video, post it.
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1. How many snaps can you record at once?
The Multi Snap feature on Snapchat allows Android and iOS users to record up to six consecutive 10-second clips. Users just need to press the capture button continually.
2. Did Snapchat get rid of Multi Snap?
Yes, Snapchat has removed the Multi Snap in its beta update. Although many people don't want the official to remove it, we can't use this function now.
3. Can you record longer videos on Snapchat?
Do you mean recording for more than 10 seconds? If you can still use the Multi Snap function on Snapchat, then you can record six consecutive 10-second clips and post them together as a video.
In this tutorial, we showed you how to record multiple Snapchat videos. No matter what your purpose is, recording for offline viewing or for posting, you can find your way. It is sad that we probably can't use the Multi Snap function to record six 10-second clips anymore.
But if you want to record multiple posted Snapchat videos on your local device, EaseUS RecExperts can be helpful. What are you waiting for? Download it right now!