AirServer for Mac allows you to record the video and audio sent in mirroring mode. You can do so by following these steps:

  1. Start by mirroring your device to AirServer for Mac.
  2. Once the mirrored image is being displayed, move your mouse over the AirServer window to see the toolbar.
  3. Click the record button on this toolbar to begin recording.
  4. When you have finished your recording, click the record button to end the recording session.
  5. Save the recording. You have the option of saving in either H.264/AAC or Apple ProRes format. 
  6. The recording will be saved in whichever folder you’ve selected.


Recording live audio from your microphone (only available with AirServer for Mac):

With AirServer for Mac, you are able to narrate over your recording, using a microphone, as AirServer supports recording audio from your computer's default recording device. To view or change your default microphone setting, visit System Preferences and click on the Sound icon. Navigate to the “Input” tab and choose your microphone. Here are step-by-step instructions on recording live audio with AirServer:
 

  1. Start by mirroring your device to AirServer for Mac.
  2. Once the mirrored image is being displayed, move your mouse over the AirServer window to see a toolbar.
  3. Click the record button on this toolbar to begin recording.
  4. To begin recording from your microphone, click the microphone icon, which is located next to the record button. 
  5. A secondary audio track, with the microphone audio, will now be recording.
  6. When you have finished your recording, click the record button to end the recording session.
  7. Save the recording. You have the option of saving in either H.264/AAC or Apple ProRes format. 
  8. The recording will be saved in whichever folder you’ve selected.

 

The final recording (.mov file) will contain 2 audio tracks which play fine in QuickTime player. You can even turn off one of the tracks while playing back the video.


Please note: If you want to share the video on YouTube or other video sharing sites, YouTube will only pick up the first audio track (mirroring audio). To avoid this, export the video from QuickTime as a .mp4 file. QuickTime will mix the audio tracks together into a new movie file, which you can then upload to YouTube.