I would like to record a screen film of my iPad. If possible, I would like to include my spoken comments.
How can I do that ?
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Starting with iOS 11, screen recording is a built-in feature. It also includes an option to turn the microphone on during the session, by long-pressing or hard-pressing the screen recording button.
iOS 11 is still in beta but it's now in public beta which means you don't need to be a developer to enroll and test it.
You connect your iPad to a mac, open up iTunes and quicktime. in quicktime, go to file-new movie recording.
there will be a little down arrow next to the record button, click the down arrow and choose your iPad. then hit the record button.
I don't know if this works with 30 pin iPads. i know it works with lightning ones. if you don't have a mac, i think you're out of luck unless you jailbreak.
If you have an iPad with a lightning connector and iOS 8 you can open QuickTime on your Yosemite Mac and make a recording. If you don't have a Mac or a iPad with lightning connector you could use Reflector which is using Airplay. Link to Reflector application