Great article explaining how to capture what your doing on your iPad or another iOS device.
Why would you need to know this? Well it’s a great way to make demo movies for clients or tutorials for your followers on how to use apps or how to simplify there daily social marketing workflows.
It’s true, I did capture motion from the iPad’s screen, which is something that’s been difficult to do in the past. And yes, that blue bar is the very broad hint about how it’s done.
Fire up your iPad 2, third-generation iPad, or iPhone 4S, expose the multi-tasking bar, swipe the bar to the right until your see the device’s play controls, and tap on the AirPlay icon. Select an AirPlay device such as an Apple TV and then switch the Mirroring switch On. Swipe down to show the Home screen and you’ll see that the menu bar has turned blue. This indicates that you’ve switched on mirroring.
You now need an application that turns your Mac into an AirPlay device—one that your iPad can mirror its display to. The application I use is…
Carry on reading: http://www.macworld.com/article/1166391/ios_video_capture.html