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I have an iPad 1, and MacBook with Snow Leopard 10.6.8. I want to record my iPad screen to MacBook and share the video file.

I thought I can use AirServer and downloaded it. I mirrored my iPad with AirServer. I am able to see the iPad screen through AirServer on MacBook, but I'm not seeing any option to record my iPad screen.

Could someone advise what I'm doing wrong here?

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There are several 3rd party AirPlay receivers which could run on Mac OS X and receive/record screen mirroring from an iDevice.

You have to download and install one of these applications. Try LonelyScreen (free) or Reflector ($15).

Another way is by using QuickTime. QuickTime on OS X 10.10+ can record iDevice screens, but you must connect your iDevice to Mac, while the AirPlay receiver method can work with Wi-Fi.

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AirServer 5 lets you record the mirrored screen. Make sure you are updated to AirServer 5 or later or the option will not be available.

  • Hi, I have installed AirServer Version 5.0.4.0. but i didn't see any option to record. – Catherine Mar 12 '14 at 19:12
  • in order to use the record functionality you need to have OS 10.7, which is a free upgrade from 10.6 support.airserver.com – user73289 Mar 17 '14 at 11:54

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