How to Play Music While Recording a Video on Android?

Do you want to know how to play music while recording a video on Android? This post will show you how to do it easily.

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Introduction

Most people don’t know that you can play music while recording a video on Android. This can be really useful if you want to add some ambiance to your video or if you want to set the mood. You can even use it to add some levity by playing a funny song in the background. Here’s how to do it:

What You’ll Need

In order to play music while recording a video on your Android device, you’ll need a few things:
-a music player that can play in the background (we recommend Poweramp Music Player)
-a video recording app that can record in the background (we recommend CameraFi Live)
-a pair of headphones or earbuds
-a quiet place to record

Step One: Choose Your Recording App

Before you can start recording video with audio, you need to choose the right recording app. There are a number of apps that will allow you to record video with audio on your Android phone or tablet, but not all of them are created equal. When choosing a recording app, you should look for an app that is easy to use and that offers a variety of features.

Step Two: Choose Your Music App

There are a number of different music apps you can use to play your tunes while you record a video on Android. Google Play Music and Spotify are two popular options, but you can use whatever music app you prefer. Simply open the app and start playing your chosen song or album.

Step Three: Adjust Settings

The next thing you’ll want to do is adjust your settings. Tap the settings cog in the top-right corner of the screen. From here, you can enable or disable features like picture-in-picture mode and video resolution. You can also change your video quality from low to high or automatically adjust it based on your internet connection.

Step Four: Start Recording

Start recording your video by tapping the red record button. To record audio along with the video, tap the microphone icon on the right side of the record button to turn it on. You’ll see a white dot appear in the center of the icon to indicate that the mic is on. You can also choose to record external audio only by connecting headphones to your device and then tapping the headphones icon .

Step Five: Stop Recording

Once you’re finished recording your video, open the camera again and tap the stop button. Your video will now be saved to your device.

Conclusion

We hope this guide was helpful in teaching you how to play music while recording a video on your Android device. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us in the comments section below.

FAQ

We get a lot of questions around here about how to play music while recording a video on Android. Here are the most frequently asked questions we get, along with our answers.

Q: Can I play music while recording a video on my Android phone?
A: Yes, you can play music while recording a video on your Android phone. However, you will need to have a screen recording app installed on your phone in order to do so. Once you have a screen recorder installed, simply launch the app and then start playing your music. The screen recorder will capture both the audio and video of your music playback.

Q: What is the best screen recorder for playing music while recording a video on Android?
A: We recommend using the Google Play Music app for this purpose. However, any screen recorder that can capture audio and video will work just fine.

Q: Will playing music while recording a video affect the quality of my video?
A: No, playing music while recording a video will not affect the quality of your video. In fact, it may even improve the quality of your video by providing background ambiance.

Further Reading

-Open the Camera app on your Android device.
-Tap the video icon to enter video mode.
-Tap the microphone icon to enable or disable audio recording.
-Start playing music on your Android device.
-Press the record button to start recording a video with audio.

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