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Find out important settings for use Camera app on iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus. In this article, I focus on important settings and use of Back flashlight while we record video from iPhone. How to turn on and Turn off Flashlight during video record in any resolutions. And the other settings are available for change Video Resolutions or Slo-mo.
Note: Now in iOS 12 with iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus recorded video in 4K with 60 fps doesn’t play on Mac running on MacOS sierra and earlier MacOS. You must have to install MacOS High Sierra (10.13) or Later.
- Turn on or Enable Flash on iPhone Video Recording
- Can I turn on or turn off LED Flashlight during video call recording on iPhone?
- How to change Camera Resolution in iOS 12?
- Why my iPhone video won’t play on My Mac? Unsupported Video for Mac.
Steps for Record Video With Flash on iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7/ 6/5S
The open Camera app on iPhone and iPad.
Find and Tap on Video Camera, On the Video screen check flash icon will appear at the top in-app.
Tap on Flash icon > Select it for On
We can turn on and Turn off Flash before video recording start. After start Video recording we cannot disable or Enable it.
More Camera settings on iPhone, iPad
Go to the Settings app on iPhone, iPad.
Next, Tap on Camera.
Now, Find Record Video > Change resolutions from the below options,
720p HD at 30 fps
1080p HD at 30 fps
1080p HD at 60 fps
4K at 24 fps
4K at 30 fps
4K at 60 fps (High Efficiency) – Only Available on iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus. Unsupported iPhone modes are iPhone 7, 7 Plus, iPhone 6s (6S Plus) iPhone 6 (Plus), iPhone 5S, iPhone 5.
Record Slo-mo in 4K (60 fps)
Go to the Settings app > Camera > Record Slo-mo > (1080 HD at 120 fps), (720p HD at 240 fps), (1080p HD at 240 fps – High Efficiency).
Check What was in old iOS: iPhone Camera Resolution.
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