Are you tired of your iPhone automatically pausing the music every time you try to record a video? It can be frustrating not being able to have background music while capturing special moments.
But don’t worry, there’s a solution! In this tutorial, we will show you how to keep music playing while recording on your iPhone.
Step 1: Prepare Your iPhone
Before we begin, make sure you have the latest version of iOS installed on your iPhone. This tutorial is applicable for iOS 14 and above. If you are using an older version, consider updating your device.
Step 2: Open the Camera App
To start recording with background music, open the camera app on your iPhone. You can find it on your home screen or in the dock at the bottom.
Step 2.1: Choose Video Mode
In the camera app, swipe left or right until you reach the “Video” mode. Tap on it to select video recording mode.
Step 3: Start Playing Music
Now it’s time to play your favorite music! Open the Music app or any other music streaming app on your iPhone and select the song or playlist you want as background music for your video.
Step 3.1: Adjust Volume
If necessary, adjust the volume of the music using the volume buttons on the side of your iPhone. Make sure it is audible enough but not overpowering.
Step 4: Begin Recording
You are now ready to start recording with background music! Press and hold the red record button in the camera app to begin capturing your video.
Step 4.1: Keep Music Playing
While recording, the music will continue to play in the background. You can choose to record a video with the music as the soundtrack or capture a moment while keeping the music playing softly in the background.
Step 5: Stop Recording
When you are finished recording, tap on the stop button in the camera app to end your video recording.
- If Music Pauses: If your music pauses automatically while recording, it might be due to an incoming call or notification. Make sure to enable “Do Not Disturb” mode before starting your recording.
- No Sound in Video: If you experience no audio or sound issues in your recorded video, double-check if the volume is turned up and that there are no headphones connected to your iPhone.
- Music Volume Too High: If you find that the background music is too loud in your recorded video, try reducing the volume of your music or moving further away from the source of sound.
Congratulations! You have successfully learned how to keep music playing while recording on your iPhone. Now you can capture all those precious moments with a perfect soundtrack playing in the background!
We hope this tutorial was helpful. Feel free to explore more features and tips for iOS devices on our website. Happy recording!