Recording iOS Simulator to Video in Xcode

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The easiest way to get the device parameter is to launch the simulator manually through Xcode, then use the value  booted:xcrun simctl io booted recordVideo Recording begins immediately, and continues until you kill the simctlprocess by pressing ^C.

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