How do I record video with sound on iPhone?

Answered by Willian Lymon

To record video with sound on your iPhone, follow these steps:

1. Open the Camera app on your iPhone. You can find it on your home screen or swipe left from the lock screen.

2. Once the Camera app is open, you will see different modes at the bottom of the screen. Swipe left or right to select the “Video” mode. It is represented by a video camera icon.

3. To start recording, tap the red “Record” button located at the bottom center of the screen. Alternatively, you can press either of the volume buttons on the side of your iPhone.

4. While recording, you can still take photos by tapping the white shutter button that appears on the screen. This allows you to capture still images without interrupting your video recording.

5. If you want to focus on a specific subject while recording, simply tap on that subject on the screen. This will adjust the focus and exposure accordingly.

6. When you’re finished recording, tap the red “Record” button again or press either of the volume buttons to stop the recording. The video will be saved automatically to your Photos app.

7. To access the recorded video, go to your home screen and open the Photos app. You will find the video in your “Camera Roll” or “Videos” album, depending on your device.

8. To play the recorded video with sound, simply tap on it and it will start playing. Make sure your device’s volume is turned up to hear the audio.

– Ensure that your iPhone’s microphone is not covered or blocked while recording to capture clear and audible sound.
– It’s a good practice to hold your iPhone steady or use a tripod to avoid shaky footage.
– If you want to record in a different orientation, such as landscape mode, rotate your iPhone before you start recording.
– You can edit your recorded videos directly in the Photos app or use third-party video editing apps for more advanced editing options.

Remember, the steps provided above may vary slightly depending on the model and version of your iPhone, but the general process remains the same.