Changing Video Resolution in iOS 13.2

Apple iPhone 11

For a long time, video shooters using the iPhone have been asking for the chance to easily change the video resolution from the Camera app. If you own an iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and if you are running iOS 13.2, you can now change the resolution and frame rate of video recordings in the camera app.

Instead of having to exit the camera app, opening settings, navigating to the camera menu, choosing the “record video” menu, and then finally choosing your video mode and frame rate, you follow these steps:

  1. Tap on the top right corner.
  2. Tapping the icon’s left side toggles between 4K and 1080p.
  3. Tapping the icons right side allows you to choose frame rate (30 or 60 fps for HD video, or 30, 60, and 24 fps for 4K).

All of these new controls appear in the top right corner.

NOTE: iPhone 11 series only. Apple has not said whether or not it plans to extend this feature to older iPhones.

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Scott Bourne

Scott Bourne (ASINWP) is a professional wildlife photographer, filmmaker, author and lecturer who specializes in birds. He’s been involved with photography for more than four decades and his work has appeared in more than 200 publications.

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