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iPhone 11 And 11 Pro: 10 Tips To Improve Your Video Quality

Both iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 pro are devices that boast stunning camera quality and features that are the best that you can get in any mobile phone. With their history of high-quality videos and vibrant images, it is safe to say that you can invest in an iPhone without any second thoughts. Although, we can say that the image quality of the iPhone can be matched by other high-end phones like Samsung Note 10 and Google Pixel, the video quality that you get from Apple devices is still the best you can get.  

In this article, we will be going through some of the best iPhone video tricks and tips that you can follow to make your videos more stunning and vibrant. 

  • Make Sure That Your Phone Is Rightly Positioned

It is really important that your mobile phone is positioned rightly as you capture your videos. Make sure that you shoot the videos keeping in mind the fact you might be uploading them to some social media platform in the future. For instance, if you are going to upload your video on your youtube channel you should try to shoot the video in the horizontal orientation that works best for the videos there. While vertical videos are better for Instagram. You should also keep in mind the fact that if you are going to edit and join multiple videos, all the videos should be in the same orientation. This way you can make professional-looking videos that you can share with your friends and family. 

  • Make Use Of 4k Videos

iPhone users get the option to record videos at 720p, 1080p, and 4K. Among them, 4K is the best recording option that you should go for. Although, with 4K you might get heavier video files, however, the quality that you will get would be the best.  

If you are running low on space then you can change the video setting by changing the video resolution to 720 or 1080p as well. You can even go into the camera setting to get more options so that you can optimize your videos according to your needs. 

  • Adjust Frame Rate According To Your Subject

You get the option to record your videos as 24 fps, 30 fps, 60 fps. You can choose the frame rate according to your subject and the motive of recording the video. For instance, you can choose 24 fps or 30 fps if you are recording any video vlog or you are recording any video that you are going to post on Facebook or Instagram. Whereas 60 fps is more suitable for recording objects that are in motion and you have good lighting as well. You even get editing tools such as iMovie that you can use to reduce the frame rate of your videos after recording them. This way you can make your videos more dreamy as well. 

  • Learn More About Slow-motion Videos

You can record slow-motion videos at 40 fps and 1080p with your iPhone. You also need to know that you will need more natural light in order to shoot crisp videos at higher frame rates, this is what makes shooting slow-motion videos tricky. 

Artificial lighting and slow-motion videos are not good combinations as you get several flaws in your videos as you watch them again on a big screen. 

  • Auto-focus And Auto-exposure 

This is an amazing and one of the most useful tools that you can use as you shoot photos or videos. You might have noticed that something the person that is there in the video gets way too bright and this is where Auto-Exposure comes to the rescue. You can tap on the camera screen and increase or decrease the exposure of your ongoing video. 

This is a really good way to control the details of your video making it look more appealing and detailed. You can even lock the exposure setting for a video as you hold on to the camera screen until you see a yellow square with “AF/AE LOCK” on your mobile screen. 

  • Use Zoom Wisely

With the iPhone, you get an optical and digital zoom. The optical zoom lets you capture videos at their natural zoom. While with iPhone 11 pro the third camera allows you to capture images and videos with 2X magnification. The magnification enables you to get the best quality videos from your iPhone. 

Whereas, when you use digital zoom, that just affects the quality of the image or video that you are capturing. This is why you should try to capture your videos without using digital zoom. Moreover, the effect of digital zoom can be minimized as you capture your videos in good lighting conditions. 

  • Zoom Dial To The Rescue

There are various ways with which you can zoom in and zoom out as you are recording your videos. But with the zoom dial, it is much easier for you to control your video as you zoom in or out. In the latest update of iOS, you get the zoom dial as you hold the magnification button for 2-3 seconds. 

  • Quick Take Videos

Just like Instagram, you can quickly shoot videos on your iPhone as you hold the recording button without switching to video mode. As soon as you are done recording you can let go of the recording button and your video will be saved in the Photos. This is a really good way for you to record videos just like some other popular social media platforms like Instagram and Snapchat. 

  • Video Editing

As you update get iOS 13 you get loads of edition tools that you can use to enhance your videos and photos. You just have to select the photo or video and click on the edit button. You get various editing tools that you can use to get the desired effect on your own without the need for any third-party editing application. You can even trim the beginning and end of the video to make it look more authentic and professional. 

  • Turn To Selfie Video For Vlogging

You get high-quality selfies videos with your Apple device. This is where you can use selfie videos for Vlogging purposes. You get all the options that you get with the back camera making it a perfect choice for Vlogging. Moreover, you can get an external mic in order to improve the sound quality of your videos. The in-built mic that you get is really good but when the subject is not so close to the mobile phones it gets a little tricky. This is why you should invest in an external mic if you need excellent quality sound for your videos. 

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