Come across an interesting video that you want to download it on your iPhone so badly. Unfortunately, the site hosting the video does not offer a download service? Want to show community members how to use a specific application, but the current video editor software on your iPad is far from being able to meet your demands? This is exactly where and when DVDFab Screen Recorder & Editor for iOS, the seamless combination of a handy iOS screen recorder and an advanced video editor software, comes to the rescue. It can help you capture any video (along with the audio) you like on the internet whenever download is not an option, or record everything happening on the screen on your iOS device, and then make professional video tutorials and presentations with in-depth edits, such as trimming, cropping, watermarking, adding PIP (picture-in-picture) effect, and more.
Recording what’s happening on the screen of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can sometimes really make our daily lives easier, such as making a video tutorial to demonstrate a group of members how to use a specific application. DVDFab Screen Recorder & Editor for iOS is born for such occasions. Via the AirPlay Mirroring feature, it can easily record the screen on an iOS device, and when playing back the captured file, the video and audio are totally in sync, without any lag.
Recording the video and audio from the iOS device is less than enough? No problem! Just turn on the built-in camera of your computer, or even a webcam, and then put on your microphone, you can usher in the 2nd video track and audio track separately into the timeline. By doing this, you can create a marvelous demonstration video with yourself voicing the narration in the inset screen at the corner of the main screen, known as the PIP (picture-in-picture) effect.
To make your video tutorials and presentations look more professional, this iOS recorder and editor software offers a dozen of robust features, such as the watermarking feature for adding either text or image watermarks to make your videos exclusive, the crop and trim features that let you get rid of the unwanted frames, and more advanced features, such as adding transitions, animations, callouts and captions, zooming in/out, and more are coming in future versions.
Before finalizing the edited timeline, you can preview the video together with all the edits you’ve made, just to double check whether or not those edits are what you really want, or if there is still room for improvement. This can pragmatically save you a lot of time, as video editing can be an arduous work. Furthermore, for the sake of efficiency, this iOS recorder & editor also allows you to save your frequently used configurations as personal profiles for quick access next time.
The default container format for the finalized video is MP4, which is still the most popular format accepted by most of the portable and mobile devices. That said, when finalizing the video, there is still another very useful option enabling the software to automatically import the final MP4 video into the video converter, DVD creator or Blu-ray creator module, so that users can convert the MP4 into whatever other formats, or make it into a DVD or Blu-ray video.
DVDFab Screen Recorder & Editor for iOS integrates the iOS screen recording software and editing software into one simple yet powerful combination. It allows Apple users to freely record everything happening on the screen of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, including the iOS system audios, and then make advanced edits with its stunning features for many other purposes, such as video reviews for apps, video tutorials for games, and more.
Double click on the DVDFab 11 desktop icon, go to the Screen Recorder & Editor for iOS under the Utilities tab, and then at the popup window, follow the on-screen instructions to connect your iOS device to DVDFab via AirPlay Mirroring.
By default, only the video stream from the iOS device will be recorded. However, if necessary, you can manually toggle on the switch at the left side of the timeline to add the audio stream of your iOS device to the timeline. Also, you can add another video stream to create the picture-in-picture effect via the “Add Video Track” button, from a webcam, or other camera devices connected to your PC, and add your own voice narrative via the “Add Audio Track” button. When are all ready, simply hit the red recording button to start the recording process.
Stop the recording process when you’ve finished the operation on the screen of your iOS device, and then click the Preview button near the top right corner of the window to make sure the recorded content is exactly what you’ve intended. Next, you can begin editing the video, such as trimming off the unnecessary clips, cropping the unwanted area off the display area, and adding text or image watermark to make your video exclusive. When done with the editing, click the Save button next to the Record button to export the timeline to a MP4 video saved on your HDD.
Input: Video and audio streams from iOS devices, webcams, and computer microphones.