This post assumes that you are already familiar with AirServer, and have it installed on your computer. To learn more about AirServer, visit this post.
One of the great new features of AirServer is the ability of the user to record AirServer sessions.
How To Record an AirServer Session
- Start by mirroring your device to your computer.
- Next, set your iDevice screen to the point where you want to begin the recording.
- Next, click the big, red record button that is on the computer (mirrored) version of your iDevice to begin recording (you may need to hover over the mirror to be able to see the button):
- Begin interacting with your iDevice. Everything you do will be recorded until you…
- Hit the stop button that appears on your computer version to stop recording.
- Then, name the file and save. Typically, your video will save as a .MOV file in your Movies folder on your Mac:
You can use this feature to:
- Capture a video tutorial for the iPad.
- Create a flipped lesson for review at home.
- Capture a FaceTime or Skype session.
- Make a record of student presentations.
- Create a video version of a digital story created on the iPad.