How to Record Mac Screen with System Audio?

Record Screen on Mac with QuickTime Player with Internal Audio or External Mic Voice for Free with this Simple Steps Listed Below.

Looking to record activity on your Macbook Screen? I will list down the simplest of the methods to record the mac screen along with internal audio. Many times you may be in a need to record the screen along with internal audio, mac has a built-in feature to record the screen.

How to Screen Record Macbook with Internal Audio?

Here are the Steps to Record Complete or Portion of the Screen on Mac X OS with System Audio using QuickTime Player

  1. Open Spotlight Search by Pressing Command (⌘) and Space Bar.
    Spotlight Search
  2. Here Search for QuickTime Player and open the Application.
    QuickTime Player in Spotlight
  3. Now Click on File Option on the top bar.
    Click File Option
  4. Here open the New Screen Recording option.
    New Screen Recording
  5. Screen Recorder Box will appear.
    Recording Box QuickTime
  6. Here beside Red Dot the Record button  click on the arrow icon and right tick Internal Recording
    (Note: Make sure the Volume Bar below the Red Dot is Zero/min or else it will record the mic external audio)
    Enable Internal Microphone
  7. Now click on the Red Dot and click anywhere on the screen to start recording the full screen
    Click Anywhere on Screen to Start Recording
  8. You can also drag the mouse to only record the portion of the screen and click start recording.
    Drag Mouse to record Portion of Screen
  9. Once the recording is done, click on the QuickTime icon on the Top Right Bar to save the recording.
    Click Icon to Stop Recording

Conclusion: You can also record external mic Audio by increasing the volume bar below the Red Dot. Hope you like the post. Please let me know if you face any issues.

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Nikhil Azza
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