In stock Android, capturing a screenshot from your device is as easy as pressing the Power button and the Volume Down button simultaneously. Recording video from the device's screen however can be a little trickier.

Looking, as always, to enhance the stock Android experience with awesome new touches, the CyanogenMod team (specifically Koushik Dutta) is working on integrating screen recording through an easy Volume Up + Power combination.

With that simple key combination, users will be able to record their device's screen, with audio and touch indicators thrown in for added utility.

This feature will be great not only for developers looking to demo their app's features, but also for users in reporting bugs or errors, or recording instructional content.

If you're already a CM 10.2 user, keep an eye out for this feature, which should be headed to nightly builds in the near future. If you're not a CyanogenMod user, there's never been a better time to flash.

CM Code Review via Koushik Dutta (Google+)