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How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone and iOS Devices)

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How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone and iOS Devices)

So you want to record in 4K and you want to do it on your mobile phone at 60 FPS.

 

You don’t have to have a DSLR nowadays. You don’t have to have a powerful, stupid webcam. You can record fantastic footage, even in 4K on your mobile phone.

 

How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone & iOS Devices)

 

Now, most people will be focusing on 1080p right now, and there’s no real difference in uploading to 4K just yet, but maybe you want to get ahead of the curve. Maybe you want to record at 60 FPS to slow it down at certain points.

 

I get that 4K video can be confusing – I have deep dived into 4K vs 1080p for YouTube in my blog. We look at resolution, bit rate and even look into whether is does better on YouTube in search.

 

I’m going to show you how to do it on this phone.

Alan Spicer - YouTube Certified Expert

Now you get out your phone, you hit the “Settings” menu and you scroll all the way down to “Camera.”

How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone & iOS Devices)

In here, you’ll see your QR code settings, your grid, whether you’re recording in HDR or whether you’re recording in Slow-mo.

 

But the most important setting is your video record and mine is currently set to 1080p at 30 frames per second.

How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone & iOS Devices)

But as you click through, you’ve got a choice of settings here: 720 at 30, 1080 at 30, 1080 at 60, 4K at 24, which is normal for talking heads. Then 4K at 30 frames per second, which is normal if you’re just chatting like this, and 4K at 60 frames per second, most efficient.

How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone & iOS Devices)

Now you’ll also see on the screen that it will break down roughly what this means to you.

 

You’re looking at 720 if you’re going for small file sizes, 1080p at 60 frames per second if you’re looking for normal and smooth video.

How To Record 4K 60 FPS Video on Your Mobile (iPhone & iOS Devices)

4K at 24 frames per second is the movie look, and 4K at 60 frames per second, it gives you more leeway, a little bit more flexibility, the ability to slow the footage down if you need to.

 

Why do you want to slow it down?

 

Well, the human eye is used to seeing things in cinemas and on games at 24 or 30 frames per second, these are the things that you normally see on TV. 60 frames per second is what you’re used to maybe on PC and stuff like that and 60 frames per second gives you the chance to do slightly slow movie shots.

 

But if you really want to go for slow-mo, try 240 frames per second on the iPhone. I’ve done a video here and if it’s not there quite yet, I’ll add a link in the description when it arrives.

 

Final Words

Alan Spicer - YouTube Certified Expert

But if you really want to go for slow-mo, try 240 frames per second on the iPhone. I’ve done a video here.

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