Apple QuickTime Player is a simple, low-cost tool for creating high-quality screencasts on a Mac!

But if you want to include computer sounds in your QuickTime Player screen recordings – for recording video games, or application sounds – you’re out of luck…until now!

In this video I show you step-by-step how to add computer sound to your QuickTime Player screen recordings using a free, easy-to-use audio plugin called iShowU Audio Capture.

Here’s the link to the iShowU Audio Capture installation page.

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Michael Kinney

Michael is an award-winning media creator with 30 years of professional video production experience. He's written, produced, directed, hosted, recorded, and edited a variety of media projects - from TV documentaries to interactive learning.

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