FaceTime is Apple’s ultimate video calling app, which you can use via a cellular connection or WiFi. Hence, you can get connected with family or friend when you are away from them. But, sometimes you may wish to record some special moment in FaceTime video call on iPhone or on Mac to watch it later.

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Well, In this article, I will tell you how you can record a facetime video call on your iPhone and Mac. Here are simple steps to allow you to record FaceTime Videos calls with QuickTime on Mac and iPhone. So are you ready to save special FaceTime Calls? Let find out how!

How to Record a FaceTime Call on your iPhone and MacHow to Record a FaceTime Video Call on your iPhone or Mac?

How to Record a FaceTime Video Call on Mac

Step #1. Open QuickTime on your Mac from the dock or your Applications folder and click on File on the Menu bar.

Open QuickTime on your Mac

Click on File on the Menu bar

Step #2. Click on ‘New Screen Recording’ option.

Click on New Screen Recording option

Step #3. In the QuickTime window, click the ‘arrow’ next to the record button, then select Internal Microphone from the list of available microphones.

Click the arrow next to the record button, then select Internal Microphone

Step #4. Now, Open the FaceTime on your Mac. Click on the record button in QuickTime and then click the screen to record your whole screen. You can even click and drag over the FaceTime window if you wish to record only FaceTime.

Open the FaceTime on your Mac

Click on the record button in QuickTime and then click screen to record your whole screen

Step #5. Now start your FaceTime call and click on the Stop Recording button on the Menu bar.

Step #6. Click on File on the Menu bar and then click on Save from the drop-down menu.

Click on File on the Menu bar and then click on Save

Step #7. Give this new recording a name and then choose the destination where you wish to save it and then click on Save.

Give this new recording a name and then click on Save

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How to Record a FaceTime Video call on your iPhone by using Mac

You can’t directly record FaceTime call on your iPhone, so you need a Mac for it and we now already know how we can record FaceTime call on Mac. So now let’s move forward.

Step #1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac by using lightning cable or 30-pin connector.

Step #2. Open the QuickTime on your Mac from the dock or Applications folder and click on File on the Menu bar.

Open QuickTime on your Mac

Click on File on the Menu bar

Step #3. Click on New Movie Recording and then click the ‘arrow’, which is next to the record button in QuickTime window.

Click on New Movie Recording

Click the arrow, which is next to the record button in QuickTime window

Step #4. Choose your iPhone from the list of the available cameras and then unlock your iPhone, which should now available in QuickTime on your Mac.

Choose your iPhone from the list of the available cameras

Note: Check whether the Volume bar is turned up or not in QuickTime for Mac else you won’t be able to hear your call.

Step #5. Open FaceTime app on your iPhone and click the Record button on your Mac in QuickTime.

Open FaceTime on your iPhone and click the Record button on your Mac in QuickTime

Step #6. Place your FaceTime call on your iPhone and click the Stop button in QuickTime to stop recording once your call is over.

Click the Stop button in QuickTime to stop recording once your call is over

Step #7. Click on File in the menu bar and then click on Save.

Click on File on the Menu bar and then click on Save

Step #8. Give a suitable name to your recording and choose the destination where you wish to save the file and then click on Save.

Give a suitable name to your recording, then click on Save

Final Words

Hope you found this tutorial easy and get full knowledge about recording FaceTime video call from iPhone and Mac. Well, you can also use some of the best iPhone call recorder apps to record some call recorder from your iPhone.

You must have found these two methods incredibly easy to use. Isn’t it? Give your shout on this tutorial on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus and also in the comments section below.