Step 1: Open QuickTime Player
The first thing you need to do is open QuickTime Player. You can find it in the Applications folder on your MacBook. If you can’t find it, you can use the Spotlight Search by pressing Command + Space keys and typing “QuickTime Player”.
Step 2: Start a New Recording
Once QuickTime Player is open, click on “File” in the menu bar and select “New Screen Recording” or “New Movie Recording” depending on the type of video you want to record.
Step 3: Choose Your Recording Options
A new window will appear with recording options. You can choose to record your entire screen, a selected portion of the screen, or a connected camera. You can also choose the audio source, whether to include mouse clicks in the recording, and the quality of the video.
Step 4: Start Recording
When you are ready to start recording, click on the red “Record” button. You will have a 3-second countdown before the recording begins.
Step 5: Stop Recording
To stop recording, click on the “Stop” button in the menu bar or press the “Command + Control + Esc” keys on your keyboard. The video file will be saved automatically to your designated folder.
Q: Can I edit the video after recording it on MacBook?
Yes, you can use iMovie, which comes pre-installed on your MacBook, to edit your recorded videos.
Q: How can I improve the quality of my recorded video?
You can improve the quality of your recorded video by selecting a higher quality option in the recording options or by using an external camera with better quality.
Q: Can I record audio-only with QuickTime Player?
Yes, you can select “New Audio Recording” from the “File” menu in QuickTime Player to record audio-only.
Recording a video on MacBook is a simple process with the help of QuickTime Player. Just follow the above steps and you will be able to record your own videos in no time. With the ability to edit your videos using iMovie, you can make your videos even better.