2 Ways to Record Live Stream Video and Audio on iPhone and iPad

Lisa Ou

June 30, 2020 16:00 / Posted by Lisa Ou

If you want to make a copy of iPhone live stream, you can use the built-in iOS 11 screen recording feature. It allows iOS 11 and later users to record screen video on iPhone with audio. Then how about iOS 10 and earlier users? During this time, you can record live streams on iPhone with a third-party screen recorder. Just mirror iPhone screen to your computer. Later, you can record a video playing on iPhone and iPad with more advanced features.

2 Ways to Record Live Stream Video and Audio on iPhone and iPad

1. How to Record Live Stream on iPhone with iOS 11 and Later

The first time you screen record on iPhone with audio, you need to activate the iOS 11 screen recording feature first. The screen recording feature is available on all iOS 11 devices. All you need to do is adding it to your Control Center menu. Later, you can record live streams with audio on iPhone directly.

Open the Settings app. Scroll down and tap Control Center. Select Customize Controls and then choose the + icon before Screen Recording. Then you can see + icon turn to -. It means the iPhone screen recording feature is included in the Control Center.

Open the app or website you want to record live streaming video and audio on iPhone.

Swipe up to access Control Center on iPhone 8 and earlier. If you use iPhone X or later iOS devices, you can pull down the Control Center menu from the top right corner of iPhone screen instead.

If you want to screen record on iPhone without popping-up notifications, you can tap the crescent icon to trigger on Do Not Disturb. Here you can schedule how many hours to close iPhone notifications.

Tap the Screen Record button. Turn on iPhone ringer but turn off the Microphone icon on the screen. Thus, you can screen record with internal audio on iPhone only.

Swipe up or down to get iPhone Control Center. Tap the Record button again to stop recording on iPhone. You can find the recorded iPhone live stream video in the Photos app.

screen recording on iphone

2. How to Record Live Stream on iPhone with iOS 10 and Earlier

If you want to record iPhone screen video with audio for hours, or you want to add some drawing effects, you can try FoneLab Screen Recorder. The program can detect your iPhone display screen smartly. Later, you can record a live stream on iPad and iPhone as MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, M4V and other formats. In addition, you can add a picture-in-picture webcam overlay on your iPhone screen recording if necessary.

  1. Record your iPhone screen with internal and external audio.
  2. Add annotations and webcam overlay to your iPhone recording video.
  3. Preview and trim the recording file before exporting.
  4. Set a task schedule to record the screen of iPhone or iPad with auto start and stop time.
  5. No maximum time limit.
  6. Save or share iPhone live stream video with high quality.

Free download, install and launch FoneLab Screen Recorder. Use AirPlay to mirror iPhone screen to your computer.

run fonelab screen recorder

To record live stream on iPhone, click Video Recorder in the main interface. Select your iPhone screen as screen capture area.

choose video recorder mode

Turn on System Sound to screen record on iPhone with internal audio. If you want to add commentary, you can turn on Microphone as well.

turn on system sound

Click REC to start recording live stream video on iPhone. You can pause, resume and stop recording flexibly. Then click Save followed by Next to save your iPhone screen video.

save the recording video

That’s all to record live stream on iPhone of all iOS versions. No matter which iPhone model you use, you can record live streaming video and audio successfully. It is true that iOS 11 screen recording is free and convenient to use. But if your iPhone is running out of storage space, or you want to record a live stream for hours, you can use FoneLab Screen Recorder as well. Compared with iOS screen recording features, you can record yourself and add annotations while recording. Later, you can share live stream recording files to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and more platforms directly.

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