In these days of incarceration, the common thing is that we have free time to do any work, and digital entertainment is one of them. It can be playing video games or using any kind of visual content. But what if we want to be productive? How to record a screen and share it on YouTube?
As of today, Android is ready to record a mobile screen, but the feature doesn't work in the system. Many customizable layers offer a solution, but what happens if our cellphone doesn't plug in?
Among the many screen recording applications there are advanced modes like the AZ Screen Recorder, but if you're used to playing on your mobile phone, you might have the app installed and you don't. Google Play Games.
How to record a screen while playing with Google Play Games
Google Play Games has temporarily had the tool to record your games. With the advent of YouTube Gaming the service disappeared, but recently it has come back and using it is much easier.
All we need to have is the updated Google Games app You can update it from the app store itself or from pages like APKMirror.
The next step is to go to any game in your collection in the app to review it. When your phone is ready, the video camera icon should appear in the top right corner. That's the first button to record.
As long as we press it, it will ask us what decision we want to record our game, whether in HD or SD, to show How many hours of video can we record with storage available on our mobile phone.
It will also warn that while recording we will see everything from the screen, as well as the sounds nearby. Finally, the recordings can show the camera and microphone.
And we can play without a problem. This recording will show a balloon with our picture capturing the front camera. If we press it we will know that we have stopped recording camera and microphone, in addition to having a recording button. Press again within 3 seconds the recording will start.
Recording cannot be easy, and we can move a balloon that shows the recording anywhere by simply dragging it. Try, of course, not to put it somewhere boring (not like I did).
As long as we stop recording we can save it to the gallery or press the Share button on YouTube.