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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

How to record better videos with your iPhone

Many people are not aware of the true potential of an iPhone camera . He is not only capable of taking great pictures, but the videos he records are of very high quality . So much so that recording in 4K at 60 fps is a reality.

That's why in this article we have prepared we are going to give you some small tips so you can make the most of all the possibilities that your device has, which are quite a lot. It can surprise you all that it can offer you.

Record in 4K

This magical figure refers to the number of horizontal pixels it can offer, which would be 4000. If you want to activate the recording at 4K and 60 fps (frames per second) you only have to go to the Settings> Camera> Record video and select 4K at 60 fps. We recommend this option if you have a computer that is capable of processing these types of files, which are usually very heavy. It would not make sense to make this type of recordings if you do not have a device that can not reproduce this type of resolution. If this is your case, recording in 1080 HD will cover your expectations efficiently.

If your device is older than the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus or the iPhone X , you can make recordings in 4K but at 30 fps. This option is available from the iPhone 6s of 2015.

Use the AE / AF lock

They are the siglas in English of Automatic exposure and Automatic Focus , that is to say, adjust of automatic way the quantity of light that enters and the approach. It is very useful in situations where there is a lot of movement, such as recording a bicycle race, making recordings involving children or even a procession of Holy Week. To activate this mode simply open the Camera application and once you have it open you must choose a focus point and press with your finger for a few seconds , at which time a small yellow strip will appear indicating you has blocked both exposure and focus. By pressing your finger up and down next to the yellow focus square you can adjust the light . You can also do this option in the photo mode, not only in the video mode.

Use a small tripod

It is not enough if you make this type of recordings to make a small investment in a tripod, which will help you to stabilize the image and prevent them from moving. If you are a person who likes to travel, it is something that fits in any backpack and that helps our recordings have an extra quality that differentiates them. This one we propose also has the advantage of having a small remote control with which you can remotely control your recordings.

What are your tricks to make perfect videos?

Via | macrumors 

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