Starts recording to a given URL.
- iOS 4.0+
- macOS 10.7+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+Beta
NSURLobject containing the URL of the output file.
This method throws an
NSInvalidif the URL is not a valid file URL.
A object to serve as delegate for the recording session.
The method sets the file URL to which the receiver is currently writing output media. If a file at the given URL already exists when capturing starts, recording to the new file will fail.
In macOS, you do not need to call
stop before calling this method while another recording is in progress. If this method is invoked while an existing output file was already being recorded, no media samples will be discarded between the old file and the new file. In iOS, you must call
stop before calling this method again to avoid any errors.
When recording is stopped either by calling
stop, by changing files using this method, or because of an error, the remaining data that needs to be included to the file will be written in the background. Therefore, you must specify a delegate that will be notified when all data has been written to the file using the
capture method. The recording delegate can also optionally implement methods that inform it when data starts being written, when recording is paused and resumed, and when recording is about to be finished.
In macOS, if this method is called within the captureOutput:didOutputSampleBuffer:fromConnection: delegate method, the first samples written to the new file are guaranteed to be those contained in the sample buffer passed to that method.
AVCapture does not support