To record any third-party app through the Game Launcher
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Follow the steps to record your screen on a Samsung Galaxy S10 to record any third-party app through the Game Launcher
You can record the screen on a Samsung Galaxy S10 to make recordings of third-party apps. The screen recorder is part of the Galaxy S10’s Game Tools, so you need to start by adding the app you want to record to the Game Launcher. Note that while you can screen record any third-party app on the Galaxy S10, you can’t record the Home screen or built-in apps.
The owners of Galaxy S10 there’s a screen recorder built into the phone device as well and you can use it to make video recordings of any third-party games or apps on your phone. The screen recorder is built into the Game Launcher and is designed to let you record game play within games, but it can record in any app that you can add to the Game Launcher. Because of that, it has an important limitation. You can only record video within third party apps, so you can’t record built-in apps or action on the Home screen.
To screen record start the game launcher app
Drag the Library up from the bottom of the screen. You should see all the games currently in the library.
You can drag the Library up from the bottom of the screen to add apps and make other changes.
Tap the three dots at the top right of the Library window and then tap “Add apps.”
You can add ordinary apps to the Game Library – they don’t need to be games.
In the list of third-party apps installed on the phone, tap the apps you want to record and then tap “Add.”
Start the app you want to record by tapping its icon in the Game Launcher Library.
Tap the Game Tools button in the lower left corner of the screen.
To start recording, tap the record button at the bottom of the screen in the Game Tools window.
You’re now recording your screen. When you’re done recording, tap the Stop button in the lower right corner of the screen.
To change the audio settings for screen recordings
By default, the Game Tools recorder uses the audio from your microphone to record sound for the video. That means it will pick up some sound from your phone’s speakers – capturing whatever sound the app is making – as well as ambient audio, so you can narrate to the phone’s microphone.
If you prefer to only capture audio from the app, then follow the steps below:
- Start the Game Launcher app.
- Start the app you want to record by tapping its icon in the Game Launcher Library.
- Tap the Game Tools button in the lower left corner of the screen.
- Tap the gear-shaped icon at the top right of the Game Tools pop-up window.
- In the Game Tools settings screen, tap “Record.”
- In the Audio source section, tap “Game.”
As soon as you stop recording, you’ll briefly see a “Watch recorded video” appear near the bottom of the screen. Tap it to go directly to the video.