Android users have access to their own personalized Video Screen Recorder, much like the iPhone's self-contained video recorder. This is a feature offered by many third-party Android apps, but it's also offered in many standard Android apps, as well. If you're an Android user who wants to be able to record everything on your phone or tablet to watch later, then the Screen Recorder option is for you. To use this application, you'll need to download and install the free version of Screen Recorder from the Google Play app. You can also visit the official Google Play Store and download the application from there. Once you've downloaded the app, you're ready to start recording!
To use the screen recorder on your tablet, smartphone, or media player of choice, you'll need to turn on your device and connect to a computer. On most devices, this process is automatically handled by the device driver, so all you'll need to do is press the applicable shortcut key while your device connects to the computer. The screen recorder will automatically begin recording. Note that different screen recorders handle videos differently, and so the quality of your video may vary depending on the type of device you're using. Some of these devices allow the user to switch between recorded and live views, which is useful if you want to share your video with a friend or someone else.
Once the screen recorder starts recording, you can either let the recorder play directly to your device's speakers or use the screen recorder's audio feature. To use the audio feature, first plug the microphone into your device and set the volume to the appropriate level. Next, launch the video editor app and click the Record icon. A dialogue box should appear, allowing you to select the locations you'd like to place your subject for the video. The number of camera frames shown in the video will determine the length of the video.