“How to change video resolution on iPhone and iPad”
New models of iPhone and iPad have a video camera capable of recording high-resolution video, up to 4K . However, some may want to change video resolution since getting HD from full HD, pushing up to 4K, results into very large files.
The most common case for which you would like to change video resolution is when the space on your iPhone or iPad begins to run out and making a 4K video will quickly consume the few remaining storage. To overcome this problem, without completely giving up on video shooting, is fortunately very simple.
In fact, the default option is 1080p video at 30fps, so to record in 4K , at best, you have to follow a certain procedure. In this simple guide, we want to show you how to change the resolution of recorded videos with iOS-based devices.
Let’s see then how to prevent our shooting consume all the space or vice versa, how to increase the quality to the maximum .
Change iPhone and iPad video resolution (iOS): from 4K to full HD to 720p, also framerate
To change the quality of your videos on iPhone and iPad you do not have to go to the camera, but you have to go to the system settings. First you need to open the “Settings” icon (in the home gear icon), then scroll to “Photo and Camera” and open it.
In the next menu, scroll to the “Camera” section and then press “Record Video”. At this point you can choose which resolution to record between:
- 720p HD at 30 fps
- 1080p HD at 30 fps
- 1080p HD at 60 fps
- 4K to 30 fps
Higher Resolution leads to better videos, but higher-quality files . We take the opportunity to remind you that to have more fluid videos you have to go on 60 fps , while for maximum resolution it is advisable to choose the 4K .
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