How To Record Video With Background Music On iPhone
You’ve maybe noticed that as soon as you switch to Video mode inside its Camera app, your iPhone stops playing music. It stops you from simply adding a soundtrack to your recordings. But there is an easy way by following you can shoot the video while your music continues to play. The trick works in all versions of iOS 14 (including the latest iOS 14.5 betas) and requires no third-party apps. We’ll show you how to use it.
Apple stops your music while you decide to shoot video on your iPhone for several numbers. It evades certain copyright difficulties and is suitable for the user (in most cases you won’t want your music to continue playing while you’re recording). In most circumstances this is a neat accessibility, but what if you want to shoot a video and include that music in the recording?
However, that doesn’t mean, that recording video while playing music at once on iPhone isn’t
completely impossible. This article makes you learn how to record a video on iPhone while playing music from any app. Keep reading to learn how it works. Luckily, there’s a simple trick you can make that lets you shoot video while your music continues to play.
The following steps show you how it’s done.
- Start playing the music you want to hear in the background of your video.
- Open the Camera app and remain in Photo mode.
- Tap and hold the shutter button to start recording the video.
- To keep recording video without having to hold the button, slide the shutter button to the far right. (The shutter will stretch elastically under your finger as you do so, and a target padlock icon will appear.)
- To end the video recording, tap the stop button below the viewfinder.
That’s all there is to it. Your video will be saved in the Photos app, and you’ll hear the music in the background when it’s played.