One of the best ways to explain someone anything on a smartphone or a desktop/laptop is by sharing a screen recording of it. Because it ultimately becomes a guide which the other person can follow in order to overcome the issue. Moreover, if you are an iPhone user then, you might be very familiar with how to start and stop the screen recording via the control center. But, what if you want the screen recorded video to not like one and give it a more professional touch. Normally, the video recorded by the screen recording feature also captures the moment where we pull down the control center to tap the start/stop recording button.
This right away gives the other user an idea that the video shared, is a screen recorded video. Fortunately, if you are looking for ways to discreetly record the screen of your iPhone without anyone knowing then this guide is for you. Because in this post, we will be sharing with you how to discreetly stop screen recording on the iPhone. Basically, there are two methods in-built to stop the video recording without the need to access the Control Center. For more iPhone related posts, you can check out our dedicated iPhone section. So, without any further ado, let us get straight into the article itself:
How to Discreetly Stop Screen Recording on an iPhone
So, below are the two methods or ways by which you can give a slight professional touch to the screen recorded video:
That’s not it! If you want to capture more clean screen recording then, once you hit the Start screen recording button, make sure to quickly come out of the Control Center while the toggle is counting down. This will start the recording from exactly where you want and not right from the Control Center.
So, there you have it from my side in this post. I hope you guys liked this post and were able to record your videos on your iPhone more cleanly. Let us know in the comments below if you used the above-mentioned method or not. Also, do let us know any other way that you know for cleanly recording the screen on an iPhone. Until the next post…Cheers!
Source: Gadget Hacks