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How do I record video at 60FPS on my iPhone 5?

Kjůrovec

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Sep 20, 2017
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I've actualy found a loophole to do that! With no jailbreak! If you Decide to record it with iMovie, there is na option. iMovie>New Movie>Add some random clip than delete it>"+" button>from Camera! If you want to export the video in 60 FPS go into system settings>iMovie>enable 60 FPS!
 
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C DM

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Oct 17, 2011
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View attachment 719356 I've actualy found a loophole to do that! With no jailbreak! If you Decide to record it with iMovie, there is na option. iMovie>New Movie>Add some random clip than delete it>"+" button>from Camera! If you want to export the video in 60 FPS go into system settings>iMovie>enable 60 FPS!
Doesn't really sound like this would probably do much for iOS 6.
 
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AutomaticApple

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Nov 28, 2018
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The iPhone 5 can shoot 1080 video at 30fps. 60fps has not been achieved by any cell phone to date. That includes all smartphones from 2008-present. Smartphone cameras can achieve 1080p video recording as well as high resolutions.
Oh my god! It’s so funny to look back at these old posts! Nowadays we have 4K video at 60fps! :D
 
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