How to Record Internal Audio on Android

More and more people are turning to video to express themselves and exhibit who they are. A video without sound is incomplete because sound gives a video a more lifelike appearance. In the past, Google significantly limited the ability to record internal audio in Android. However, the KitKat version of Android OS has finally allowed Android Smartphone users to record the screens on their devices.

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But recording clear and perfect internal audio is not easy due to the Android OS policy that prevents screen recording apps from recording the internal sound after Android Lollipop a solution is to record the interior sound take place with a microphone. Even so, it takes up background noise when capturing the screen.

For serious gamers, recording gameplay from Android smartphones is a must. However, due to the difficulty of recording internal audio on Android, your recording may become less engaging. Thankfully, learning how to capture internal audio on Android is now possible.

So, how to create an internal audio recording on your Android devices? We will discuss different ways to record internal audio on android in detail below.

How to Record Internal Audio on Android

1. Screen Recorder — No Ads

My preferred method is to use Screen Recorder. The program offers a clean, unobtrusive interface that doesn’t look antiquated and isn’t in the way. Screen Recorder does not include a floating control button by default, which is my preferred setting (you can enable that button if you like it, though).

After you’ve granted all of the necessary rights and chosen an output folder, go to the hamburger menu’s app settings and pick “internal sound” as the audio source – scroll down until you see it. You’ll note that there are a lot of options to experiment with while you’re in settings.

Screen Recorder lets you alter the file name format, the bitrate, the video encoder, the audio bitrate, audio sample rate, the audio encoder, and more – quite a few settings to pick from — in addition to the typical stuff like resolution, frame rate, and a wait before recordings start. Screen Recorder can be added to your quick setting tiles if you wish to capture screencasts quickly. Simply swipe down twice from the top of your screen, hit the edit button (a pencil or something similar, depending on your device), and seek for a “Screen Recorder” option to drag and drop to your tile selection. Then simply tap it to begin a screencast.

2. ADV Screen Recorder

The ADV screen recorder was one of the first to support the new Android 10 API. You must accept the app’s privacy policy (which is largely concerned with the collecting of non-personally identifiable statistics) and grant it storage permission when you first launch it. After you’ve set it up, tap the three-dot overflow menu in the top right corner to go to settings.

Unlike Screen Recorder, ADV has a floating button that allows you to stop and start recordings without leaving your notification shade. If you don’t want it in your screencasts, you can turn it off. ADV only allows you to adjust the quality, bitrate, and frame rate, but it also has a rudimentary video editor that allows you to reduce your movie without the need for additional software.

3. AZ Screen Recorder

AZ Screen Recorder, unlike the other two, has adverts, but you can completely disable them for a little price. You must navigate to the leftmost options tab and select internal audio as the audio source to record internal audio. Aside from the standard choices like altering the resolution, bitrate, and frame rate, the software offers a wide range of editing tools: Trim or crop a video, remove the middle, convert it to GIF, extract frames, add backdrops, audio, text, and stickers, and even merge it with another recording are all options.

Instead of the floating button, you can utilise the “magic button,” which is an invisible feature that can be used to pause and stop recordings. You can also use it to doodle on the screencast. AZ Screen Recorder is the most versatile of the lot, with live streaming and Wi-Fi transfer capabilities.

Record Android Internal Audio With Capture Card

Capture cards are more than just screen recorders because they act as a link between a PC and the device whose screen you want to record. Despite their high cost, professionals frequently utilise capture cards because they allow them to record high-quality screen recordings, make live streams, and record internal audio from any device to which they are connected, including Android Smartphones. Because most capture cards come with their own screen recording software, configuring the video and audio settings is a procedure that varies by capture card.

If you have an Elgato Capture Card, you can use the Elgato Sound Capture function to have complete control over the audio recording process. You may use this powerful tool to blend sounds from numerous sources, choose which microphones to use during a live stream, and modify the music and sound volumes. If you want to utilise the Elgato, you’ll need to make sure your PC is compatible with the capture card, and you’ll also need to connect your Android smartphone to it.

Capture cards are widely employed as part of professional gaming equipment for broadcasting or capturing gameplay from Xbox or PS4 games, thus using them to record a screen on your Smartphone may be too pricey.

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iStaunch is written by Dharmesh Donda, an avid Internet geek, IT professional since 2012. Have been in IT industry for more than a decade, and currently doing management and consulting work have taken a plunge into entrepreneurship.

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