How to Record Sound With Video on the iPhone

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The iPhone Camera application gives users the ability to capture still images and moving video clips. When you shoot video on the iPhone, the device's internal microphone also captures audio for your clip. Use the iPhone's rear-facing or front-facing camera to shoot video. The videos you record with the iPhone automatically save to the Camera Roll album of the Photos application, just like pictures you take. Share recorded videos via MMS, email or third-party applications.

  • Open the "Camera" app from your Home screen.

  • Locate the "Camera/Video" switch at the far-right of the bottom toolbar. Slide the switch to the right to select "Video."

  • Tap the camera icon at the top-right of the of the display to switch between the rear- and front-facing cameras.

  • Tap the red "Record" button in the center of the bottom toolbar to begin recording sound and video. The Record button blinks continuously when recording.

  • Tap the "Record" button again to stop recording.

  • Tap the "Camera Roll" button at the left of the toolbar. The camera loads the recording to your screen.

  • Tap the "Play" button to watch the video.

  • Tap the "Done" button on the top toolbar to return to the camcorder.

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