Can I shoot videos in 120 fps on the iPhone 5s?

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  1. FatPuppy macrumors 68000

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    The slow motion feature works in 120 fps, can I just put the slow motion part at the end of the videos and the rest of it to be 120 fps in normal speed ?
     
  2. yjchua95 macrumors 604

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    When playing at normal speed, it's already 120 fps.
     
  3. FatPuppy thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Yes but I can't save the video, it always puts the slow motion part in the middle of the video
     
  4. skyperbon macrumors regular

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    Use something like the iMovie app to convert and save the video.
     
  5. Badrottie Suspended

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    This...is how I have done many times with iMovie app. :apple:
     
  6. Chundles macrumors G4

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    You can change where the slo-mo part in the video is. You can adjust the length and position of the slo-mo bit.
     
  7. azhava macrumors regular

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    There are little yellow handles at either end of the portion which is in slo-mo. Drag them around wherever you want them, however long you want them. You can set them so the entire clip is in slo-mo if you want to. Only problem is that when you export/share the video, it won't be in slo-mo anymore - that's when you have to use iMovie or another video editing program to make it slow motion again.
     
  8. FatPuppy thread starter macrumors 68000

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    I used iMovie and it exported the video in 720p 30fps. The only solution for me was to set the slow motion part at the end of the video and to be really small so that no one notices anything. Plus, YouTube supports only 60fps not 120
     

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