How do I record sound?

- Only Record System Sound
Free download and install
Soundflower to record audio on your Mac.
1. Go
System Preferences -> Sound.
2. Click
Input and choose Internal Microphone.
3. Clike
Output and choose Multi-output Device.
4. When you prepare to record, open Filmage Screen, select an area, then choose
System Audio(Soundflower(64ch)) in audio sources.


- Only Record Internal Microphone Sound
1. Go System Preferences -> Sound.
2. Click
Input and choose Internal Microphone.
3. Click
Output and choose Internal Speakers.
4. When you prepare to record, open Filmage Screen, select an area, then choose
Built-in Microphone in audio sources.


- Record System Sound and Microphone Sound
1. Go
System Preferences -> Sound.
2. Click
Input and choose Internal Microphone.
3. Click
Output and choose Multi-output Device.
4. When you prepare to record, open Filmage Screen, select an area, then choose
Aggregate Device in audio sources.
There we recommand that you use external microphone rather than Internal Microphone.

- Only Record External Microphone Sound
1. Go System Preferences -> Sound.
2. Click
Input and choose External Microphone.
3. Click
Output and choose Headphones.
4. When you prepare to record, open Filmage Screen, select an area, then choose
External Microphone in audio sources.


- Only Record Bluetooth Headset Sound
1. Go
System Preferences -> Sound.
2. Click
Input and choose Bluetooth Headset.
3. Click
Output and choose Multi-output Device.
4. When you prepare to record, open Filmage Screen, select an area, then choose
Aggregate Device in audio sources.

In Aggregate Device, you need to tick your bluetooth headset, and do not select Soundflower(64ch).


If you don't know how to create Aggregate Device and Multi-output Device, please click Here.