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Considerable changes have been made in the area of video recording when it comes to the iOS platform and devices. There are a number of ways that can be adopted in order to record an iOS device screen video where QuickTime Player appears to be on top of the list for iOS video recording tasks. Let us take a brief outlook of the QuickTime Player simple steps. Any iOS device that runs on iOS 8 or later and Mac with OS X Yosemite or later can be easily connected with the QuickTime Player with the help of provided Apple cable. Now after connected the device and opening QuickTime Player, look for the option of “new movie recording” under its File menu which will display a video recording interface. Now from the drop down menu integrated within the recording icon choose your device and its mic as per your need and hit the record button. A California based expert iOS developers shared a blog post where several other software is also listed for similar purposes but, QuickTime works in most of the cases.
I took a short 18 sec video last night and it was a set on HQ, I tried to share to some people but I get the message that it was your attachment was not downloaded because your phone doesn't have enough storage space. The video size is 30971KB. I looked at my storage numbers and I show (SD card 7.13GB available & 11.06GB available in USB Storage.)
I recently went through a lot of headache, because I was under the impression(due to several website specs) that the US Cellular Galaxy S II was capable of connecting to an HD TV, via a Media High Def Link (MHL). So I purchased the GS2 over the Photon/Electrify because this feature was going to be usefull for me. But after searching everywhere locally(Best Buy, Radio Shack, At&t, Sprint, Office Max, Office Depot, etc) I had to pruchase one online. I first got a offbrand, and when it didn't work I exchanged it. But when that one didn't work(their tech support called me on both trying to get them to work) I sent it back for refund. Then ordered the Samsung official adapter (btw all models accept three plugs...HDMI, Mini USB charge, and device). When that one didn't work I got both Samsung and US Cellular on the phone... twice. Turns out when Samsung built the device to US Cellulars desires, it didn't include MHL capabilities. I returned that cord as well, and now after cooling down about this matter I am writing in hopes of saving someone else the time and hassle.