Capture and Record Your iPhone Screen
If you have an iPhone and want to share the screen on your PC, especially for screen recording purpose. For example, you want to show people a how-to video tutorial about iPhone apps, here is a smooth solution to control your iPhone under Windows. Just follow this guide to do the iPhone screen capture.
What you need
Veency: VNC Server for iPhone
DemoCreator: Screen recorder for Windows
And make sure your iPhone has been jailbroken.
How to record iPhone screen
1 Download and install Veency on your iPhone
2 Download and install VNC client
Download and install VNC client (take TightVNC as example) on your PC.
3 Run VNC Viewer and do as following
Run VNC Viewer and it will ask you for typing your iPhone IP address in. You can find it in Settings -> Wifi. Click the icon on your selected Wifi Network to display the IP address. Leave other settings as default and click Connect.
Then back to your iPhone and you will notice a remote control request from VNC client. Click Accept and there will be a VNC connection icon at the top-right corner on your iPhone screen.
Now you can see your iPhone screen on your computer. There will be a small virtual mouse and you can control your iPhone with your mouse remotely. Here are the controls:
- Left click: touch screen, and holding the button while moving is like swiping.
- Middle click: lock button
- Right click: menu button
- Keyboard: keyboard so you can make faster text typing with your keyboard compared with touch-typing.
3 Download and run DemoCreator
Open iPhone screen recorder DemoCreator, and choose Application and pick up VNC client in the pull-down menu. Click Next and you will see a 3-2-1 countdown to start recording your screen on iPhone.
Press F10 when you complete to record screen on iphone. You can preview your video, edit it with built-in video editor or publish it as video output and share it on YouTube or your blog.
Tips about iPhone screen capture
Since the remote screen sharing depends on Wifi and does not require any cable, the frame rate of the video is about 15 FPS, so it is little bit hard to record games. If you want to record screencast about how to use apps or other onscreen activities which require lesser FPS, Veency plus DemoCreator will be a decent choice.
Presently, you cannot set any VNC password on Veency. And to disable Veency, you can only disable Wifi or just uninstall the program.