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QuickTime screen recording.

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I used to be able screen record in QuickTime and save my recording as an .mp4 file through the export option. This gave me small file sizes that were instantly compatible with sites like Twitter... However, a recent update has made recordings exclusively "QT Movie" format, a much, much larger file size incompatible with Twitter and such.




The same recorded H.264/AAC encoded data at any given QTX resolution and quality setting is the same whether the data is stored in an MP4, M4V, or MOV container by a given platform and macOS combination. Unfortunately, it sounds as if your issue is more related to the default quality setting now built into the QTX player app itself—i.e., the player now exclusively defaults to the "Higher Quality" system encoder setting which has twice the video data rate of the "Greater Compatibility" setting which is now only accessible by the Finder's "Encode Selected Video Files" conversion feature.

 


I'm using HandBrake to convert from QT to .mp4 to get the files back to how I used to be able to save them. Does any know why it was changed or how to save recordings as .mp4 from the start with the new update?




 

As to why the MOV container is now "exclusively" used to store data, that is likely because it is generic in nature and may be used to store any compatible form of media data such as Apple ProRes422 (or HEVC) video or LPCM audio (now optionally available for encoding) while the MP4 container is normally associated "exclusively" with H.264/AAC content.

 

Basically, the changed default quality setting and A/V encoding features have mandated a workflow modification in your case because you actually want to downgrade your targeted output quality for posting on Twitter while Apple is more likely interested in improving support for archival editing and UHD features. Frankly, I consider your HandBrake solution to be your best current workflow option to reduce H.264/AAC file size. While you could use built-in macOS features to reduce an H.264/AAC file by almost half its size and manually change a file extension to MP4 if desired, HandBrake allows you to create either anamorphic or non-anamorphic files targeting a specific resolution, file size, data rate, or quality level and store it directly in an MP4 or M4V file container.

 

The above response assumes you are currently still exporting content as H.264/AAC MOV file content and have not switched to Apple ProRes422/LPCM files which are huge in size or HEVC/AAC files having increased resolutions and neither of which may be supported by Twitter. If you have accidentally switched to one of these compression formats, switch back and recheck the output file size and upload workflow. As to changing an H.264/AAC MOV file to an H.264/AAC MP4 file, simply change the file extension in the Finder or remux the data using an app like MPEG Streamclip or Subler. (This does not change the size of the file.)

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when i mean to plug it into an hdmi port i meant the macbook doesnt have one the console does ( its not solved )

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How can i pause recording when taking a video

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There is no way to pause while recording and resume later. The closest you could get to it would be ending one clip and start filming again when you need to, however this will create two separate clips, not a single one. Hope this helps

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Max length of single video recording on 128gb iPad?

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It all depends on how much open space you have, what quality you record at and how long your battery lasts.

 

I would suggest a test....set your device up and have it record video for 10 minutes. See how much your battery goes down and if you check the memory taken up in your camera roll before then after you can get an idea how big the file is. Or if you export it off the ipad you also get an idea how large the file is.

 

You can do the math and guess from there.

 

One hurdle you may wish to consider, long video files are normally huge in file size.  You will need to get that file off the ipad. You may simply be able to plug the ipad into a computer, tell it to trust the computer and drag it out of the DCIM folder using the explorer on your computer. Just be prepared to deal with a file that may be several gigs in size. (I don’t know how long this meeting is but using normal video cameras I have seen HD video be a gig a minute to several hundred megs a minute, depends on the formal recorded in and the compression the recorder uses)


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If you have a device with 3D Touch (6s, 7, 8, X), you will need to press hard on the screen recording button to get this option.



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How do I fix this?


I doubt that it can be "fixed" exactly. Either you have a have a recorded file or you don't. And if you have a properly "recorded" file, either it can be opened or it can't.

 

Your first step would be to open the "~ > Users > ~ > Library > Containers > com.apple.QuickTimePlayerX > Data > Library > Autosave Information" folder and look for the "Unsaved QuickTime Player Document.qtpxcomposition" file. If it exists, then open this file using the Context menu "Show Package Contents" option. If the file exists and can be opened, look for a "Screen Recording.mov" file that contains the actual screen recording data and drag it to your desktop. You can now safely close/delete the QTX player window without deleting/damaging the MOV file previously moved to the desktop. At this point you can try to open and play the moved file in any compatible media player. If the file opens and plays, you have saved the file. If it refuses to open, then it is likely that the screen recording file is corrupted in one form or another—i.e., the data was corrupted during recording, the file is not properly terminated, a processing bottleneck terminated recording prematurely, or something else.

 

Basically, the QTX screen recording capability is an "add-on" feature. As such, it can be used to make short video clips, instructional tutorials, video emails and the like but probably should not be used to turn your computer into a dedicated recording device for multi-hour recording sessions—especially if you are running multiple apps and/or processes in the background like TimeMachine, MacOS housekeeping utilities, dashboards, Mail, networking, etc. For instance, if you are making 1440x900 full-screen Webinar recordings on your MacBook Air, I'd estimate your 6-hour recording is on the order of 85-110 GBs (or the equivalent of 9-12 dual-layer DVDs) based on data rates used by my 2015 iMac at similar screen recording resolutions. Over time, there are simply too many things that can go wrong or interfere with long-duration screen recordings.

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Why isn’t my series 3 recording my heart rate?

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As stated, all updated, not too lose, did stand up and walk around during those two hours. I’ve had it happen while playing tennis. Happen while walking around the grocery store. Happen while making dinner. Apple has ran diagnostics and says it’s just fine. Guessing I have one that’s a POS and I’m up a creek unless I want to go without. Bummer. Thanks anyway.

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You could do a screen recording.  not quite the same, but might suffice.

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You could do a screen recording.  not quite the same, but might suffice.

How to record the screen on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support

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DVD Recording directly from iPad Pro

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There is no way to record to a DVD from ANY IPad.

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There is no way to record to a DVD from ANY IPad.

First, you need CD/DVD burning software and there is no such software for iOS.

And you need a software DVD/Blu-ray player to test the final burned disc.

There are no external hard drives or optical media drives that will work with iPads as the power draw is too great for the IPad Pro’s less  powerful power supply.

You will need to find a way to transfer this video to a computer with a built-in or externally connected optical drive and you need to use optical disc burning software to burn the edited video to the proper disc format to play in a DVD or Blu-ray disc player.

You would need to transfer this file either using iTunes on a computer or through iCloud OR though a cloud, offsite data storage service app, like DropBox, Google Drive, etc. to transfer your edited movie to an actual computer to create a video DVD/Blu-ray disc

There is simply NO way to this from an IPad.

There is none of this capability in iOS.

 

Sorry.

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