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- Record Discord Screen to Share with Others
- Screen Share Discord on PC and Mac
- Screen Share Discord on Mobile Phone
- Screen Share Discord FAQs
Discord is a great platform for building a community where people can make calls and share screen content with each other. And it has been a popular tool for gamers to share their gameplay, or watch a TV show with friends. But it doesn't mean that only gamers can use it.
If you are using this platform and you want to screen share Discord, what should you do? It's ok if you can't give me an answer because we will give you a list of methods to do so. Except for using the inbuilt screen share feature, you can also record screen and share the recorded file with others. Let's dive in!
EaseUS RecExperts is a Mac and Windows screen recorder that can be used to record your Discord screen and share it with your friends and colleagues. With this tool, you can record Discord screen, audio, and video calls at the same time or separately.
Moreover, you can use it to record a Zoom meeting, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and many other online conference apps with one click. If you are a gamer, you can use it to record gameplay and webcam if you want. Of course, system sound and microphone sound can also be included.
- Schedule recording to auto-record the screen
- Record the screen along with audio and webcam
- Record the system audio and microphone
- Record the screen of Lenovo, Dell, and others
- Maybe it is the best game recorder you can find
Click the button below to download it and follow the steps to start.
Step 1. Run EaseUS RecExperts on your device and you will see two recording modes. You can choose "Full Screen"to record the whole screen or choose "Region" to select the recording area manually before recording.
Step 2. After that, you can choose to record the webcam, system sound, microphone or record none of them as you like. You can also set auto split, auto recording with various functions on the interface.
Step 3. Then, you can click the red "REC" button to start recording. Here will be a menu bar on your screen. To pause the recording, click on the white double vertical bar; to end the recording, click on the red square sign.
Step 4. After recording, you will be led to the list interface. Here you can view or edit your recordings. To start a new recording, just click on the "REC" button on the top of the interface.
Discord supports streaming and screen share. You can stream Hulu on Discord if you want. But in this tutorial, we will focus on screen sharing on Discord. If you are using a Windows PC or a Mac computer, you can follow the steps in this part to screen share Discord.
There is an inbuilt feature to share the Discord screen within a chat. If you are running it on more than one window, you can even choose which one of the windows to share. Now, just follow the steps below to start.
Step 1. Launch Discord on your Windows or Mac computer and log in to your account.
Step 2. Enter a voice channel on the server that you want to share your screen with and select the "Screen" button in the bottom left corner.
Step 3. Then, a new pop-up window should appear with tabs for "Applications" and "Screens". The former will include all the apps that are running on your PC. You can also share your entire screen by selecting the correct screen under the "Screens" tab.
Step 4. After selecting your stream source, choose additional options to select the resolution and frame rate. Then, hit the "Go Live" button.
Step 5. To stop sharing your screen, select the "Screen" button that is highlighted in green and select "Stop Streaming" to end your session.
Discord also allows you to share the screen on your Android and iOS devices with other members of your channel. Or, you can record Discord audio to take down what's said on this platform. All these will be easily made on your mobile phone. Just follow the steps below to start.
Step 1. Open the Discord app on your smartphone and log in.
Step 2. Begin a voice call on a channel. Once you are on a call, you should be able to access the "Screen Share" icon, and you need to select it.
Step 4. Then, a prompt will appear to confirm the action along with a warning "Discord will be able to see everything on your screen since you'll be recording it". You'll need to select "Start Now"(Android) or "Start Broadcasting" to accept.
Step 5. To stop sharing your screen, select "Stop Streaming".
Check some of the frequently asked questions and their answers below.
1. Why can't I screen share on Discord?
Discord doesn't support full-screen sharing for programs. Maybe you are in full-screen mode right now. To screen share on Discord, just exit the full-screen mode and try again.
2. How do I share screen on Discord without calling?
To share the screen on Discord without calling, you need to launch Discord, open the server you want to use, and join a voice channel. Select the screen share icon that looks like a monitor with an arrow located next to the text "Screen".
3. Can Discord see my screen share?
Yes, Discord will be able to see everything on your screen since you'll be recording it. And it will mention that when you share your screen.
In this article, we showed you how to screen share Discord on your different devices. You can do it on your PC, Mac, and even mobile phones. Just go to the according part based on the device you want to share the Discord screen on.
If you want to do more on Discord, say record the screen or a video call, you can download and use EaseUS RecExperts from the button below.