How to save a Periscope with Quicktime.

Recently we reviewed the Periscope app from Twitter on our podcast. As part of the review, I did a live broadcast with the app. My co-hosts followed by live feed with Periscope while we discussed the experience. I had planned to capture the broadcast afterwards complete with the in app text comments and hearts from the fans watching live. You can save the recording to your Camera Roll but you lose comments and hearts, which is half the fun of using Periscope.

Here’s how to record a Periscope replayed on your iPhone.

Connect your iPhone to your Mac with the Lightning cable.

Open the Quicktime application on your Mac.

From the File menu, Choose New Movie Recording.

Your monitor’s camera will turn on.

In the recording window that opens, Click the V icon to the right of the Record button.

Choose your iPhone as the video source and audio source.

The record window will display the iPhone screen.

Click the Record button and the operate your iPhone as you normally do.

Open Periscope and replay the broadcast, while you are recording.

Pro Tip: You may not hear the audio during the recording (a bug in Yosemite?) but it is recorded from the iPhone/

Pro Tip: Broadcasts in the app are only available for 24 hours. However if you have a tweet of the recording, you can open click the URL and open the broadcast in the Periscope app. So far the feeds are available for multiple days after they are not accessible in the app.

 Here’s our review of Periscope

Episode 22 – Indie Development by the Numbers

This week we discuss the recent app incomes published for Overcast by Marco Arment, Monument Valley and Dash. We discuss various ways to quote on jobs in mind of studio and indie development. We also cover the topsy turvy view of app and UI design in Asian markets. Our picks for the week are Swap Heroes,  Curved Labs Macintosh Facelift and Anki Drive. In the after show Jaime, Tim and Aaron discuss traveling to the NSNorth conference to be held at Le Chateau Montebello, PQ.

Episode 22 Show Notes:

Overcast Sales Numbers
Monument Valley in Numbers
Dash – year in review
Core Intuition
Release Notes
Chinese Mobile App UI Trends
Everything’s a Remix
2life
2life Ultimate Wedding Planner
NSNorth – iOS Conference
RWDevcon
12 inch Macbook Air Redesign Rumor
The Other App Store

Episode 22 Show Picks:

Swap Heroes
Curved Labs Macintosh Facelift
Anki Drive

The Other App Store – EP #3 of the MTJC Podcast is out.

dennis-2The third installment of More Than Just Code is out. In this episode, we dig into what it costs to develop an app, from the developers perspective. We add in some specific challenges and benefits for remote working – the access to skilled developers and app creationists vs the benefits of working in an office environment; complete with pin-ball foosball tables and BBQs.

We discuss the latest game installment from Dong Nguyen creator of Flappy Birds. How the app, Swing Copters, is being introduced and how and why Flappy Birds works and went viral. This leads us to Tom Hanks (and @AppleStore) getting behind Hanx Writer for iPad. Aaron then climbs the soapbox the explain how the Other App Store promotes and perpetuates the class differences between large interests and indie developers.

We then misguidedly (as usual) discuss Aaron’s blog post on the limitations of size classes in iOS 8. Jaime and Aaron give us their App Picks of the week (Grafio and Camoji). We congratulate Mark on Scales & Modes Scales & Modes for iPad being featured on the App Store (other?) and Tim’s debut on RayWenderlich.com – a tutorial site for developers of all levels.

You can find the podcast here.

Enjoy

Episode 3 Show Notes:

Craig Hockenbury Stackoverflow How much does it cost to develop an app
Chiu-Ki Chan @chiuki – Intro to Android for iOS developers – 3601Dev 2013
Remote: Office Not Required” by 37 Signals
Hitcents (builders of Hanx Writer)
Limitations of iOS 8 Size Classes (correct please)
Grafio app by Ten Touch Ltd.
Camoji app by Leo Me, Inc.