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How to record both screen and sound with Quicktime on El Capitan?

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Clipped on: 2017-09-28

I'm trying to record both what's happening on screen and the audio being played by the applications. To my surprise, QuickTime did not record the sound. I believe it worked before in previous OS X releases, but that is not something that I use often so I have not bothered to try earlier.

What is the current situation on El Capitan ? Have I messed with something that prevents QuickTime from capturing the sound, or has it never worked ?

Here is my view of Quick Time / New Screen Recording on a Mac Mini: Image (Asset 2/14) alt= If your internal microphone is glitching out and you just want the system to recognise the hardwares presence again; try simply plugging some headphones or something into your 3.5mm TRRS audio jack.
I had the same problem the other day and thought the actual soundcard was fried but just making that quick contact brought it straight back online.

answered Oct 27 '15 at 22:10
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