Here we'll learn:
- How to access settings
- Changing resolution and frame rate
- Changing quality (bitrate)
- Understanding Self-timer, grid and center point
1. Access settings
Hit the setting icon in the bottom left corner:
2. Changing resolution and frame rate
Resolution: Click the resolution tab to unfold the menu. Choose between
- 1080 (Full HD)
Frame rate: Click the frame rate tab and choose between:
- Standard: 30 or 60 fps
- Film: 24 or 48 fps
- PAL: 25 or 50 fps
NB: Resolution and frame rate depends on your phone.
The same steps can be followed to set resolution and frame rate for Slo-Mo.
3. Changing quality (bitrate)
In order to get a higher quality video, you can adjust the "quality" parameter. This parameter does not set resolution, but how much information will be stored in the video, such are color information, pixel depth etc. The higher the quality, the more information is stored, which is especially useful for post-production (color grading etc). Click here to learn more about bitrate
Recommendation: If you want max output for your video, choose Extreme Quality. We filmed our product video in 4K, 50 fps and Extreme Quality.
Putting it all together:
3. Understanding Self-timer, Grid and Center point
Choose between 2, 5 and 10 seconds self-timer. If activated, its enabled for both photo and video.
Enable/disable a 3x3 grid in the camera view. Works for both photo and video.
Enable/disable a center point in the camera view, indicating the center of the frame. Works for both photo and video.