Recording your screen
While we do not currently have built-in support for screen recording, we know how useful a recording can be! Here are some different ways to record your screen while using Tuple:
Record a pairing session
If you want the simplest screen recording solution, checkout QuickTime. Macs ship with this program pre-installed, so you can easily create a screen recording without installing separate software. For a recording with audio, make sure to select your microphone input before you hit record on a new recording, or you will end up without any audio at all :)
As a heads up, though Tuple tries very hard not to turn your computer into a fan while you’re on a call, we have had reports that QuickTime can cause lift-off after a while during longer recordings.
If you’d like to use a more advanced screen recording software, and especially if you’d like to have multiple audio inputs in your screen recording, check out ScreenFlow.
You can get a free trial which allows you to create unlimited recordings without a license, but the recordings will be watermarked.
Highlight a feature or bug for support
If you already have a CleanShot license, you can make use of their excellent recording functionality. Unfortunately, they do not have a free tier at the moment.