Video streaming: Recording from Netflix 2020 Alex Fuchs May 25, 2020 06:49 Updated Follow Setting up Netflix Set up your video website to achieve maximum recording quality and to avoid recording problems. Step-by-Step: Setting up Netflix If available, set up automatic playback of next video items according to your use case. Open your Netflix account settings. Scroll down to My profile, and click Playback settings. Clear or Select the checkbox Play next episode automatically according to your needs. Use case Automatic playback Recording a single video Off Recording several series episodes in a row On Troubleshooting several videos recorded in one file Off Choose the best playback quality that doesn't cause performance issues. Open your Netflix account, scroll down to My profile, and click Playback settings. Under Data Usage per Screen, select High. Note: If you experience issues like skips or stuttering recordings, choose a lower quality setting. Recording a video from Netflix Audials Video Streaming offers a quickstart button and in-place instructions to guide you through the necessary steps to record a video from Netflix. Step-by-Step: Recording a video from Netflix In the navigation, click Video Streaming. Click Netflix. Follow the instructions given by the recording tool displays. Results The recording finishes as soon as Audials indicates so, and/or shortly after the video has finished playing. All detected videos are listed in the Video Streaming view and, depending on the recording tool and your settings, automatically saved on your computer and listed in the Player after a while. Recording multiple videos from Netflix in one go Set up your video site to play back several videos in a row, and Audials automatically saves them as individual files. For example, record a full season of a TV series from Netflix. Before you begin Set up your video site to automatically play next video items. Follow the steps 1-3 described above. Select the checkbox Play next episode automatically. Results Audials detects and records each video that your video site plays back. All detected videos are listed in the Video Streaming view and, depending on the recording tool and your settings, automatically saved on your computer and listed in the Player after a while. Troubleshooting Netflix Cancelling recordings, videos not being detected, skips and stuttering in the recordings - a few tips to help to avoid common problems, and instructions for reporting inconveniences can be found in the the troubleshooting section: Recordings cancel or stop prematurely Video will not be detected Subtitles will not be recorded Performance issues, skips and stuttering Related articles Video streaming: Optimal behaviour during recording 2020 Video streaming: Recording a video 2020 Troubleshooting: Video will not be detected 2020 Video streaming: Recording from screen 2020 Downloading Spotify Music by Drag & Drop with Audials 2020 Comments 2 comments Sort by Date Votes promytius1 December 24, 2019 18:27 Frasier is leaving Netflix. I want to record as many episodes as i can before it goes. When i try the above setup, it plays fullscreen on my main monitor. I do not want to watch all the episodes now, I just want to record them for later. How can I do that? On my tv it only plays 3 or 4 and then stops and asks if I'm watching. There's 11 seasons...I'd like to just run it in the background until they're done. Is that possible? I have 3 monitors, can I just put it in another monitor and let it run? Thanks for any ideas. Just bought the program for this very task. 0 Comment actions Permalink promytius1 December 25, 2019 13:46 I tried all that and i got a small viewing window and a gigabyte sized file with all episodes I recorded in one huge file. I suppose I can re-edit it and chop it up, but isn't Audials supposed to do that automatically? Also it ran on my main monitor with the sound; can't that be somehow moved to the background? Thanks for any help if anyone ever reads this! Happy Holidays. 1 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.