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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by truelies, Oct 6, 2013.
Ios set it to 1080p, the file is huge for 25 minutes video.
1080, 720, 640x480 or 480x360
I agree. I always drop back to 720p on my Mac before importing to iPhoto. Gonna have to try a different app. But knowing my luck I'll end up recording a particular video I really want at too low a res.
Filmic Pro has many many options too, one of the best video camera apps for iOS in my book.
The lowest is 960*540, also I don't know what's iframe mean.
They must have changed it or there is only so much they can limit on the newer phones.
Massive range of resolutions including 640x480
That's one of the reasons I've been using Procamera for all my photo/video needs (on my 4s). I see they've come out with a new app (Procamera 7?) which appears to be at an introductory price of $0.99. I think the now-obsolete version I'm using was ~$2.99 for comparison.
I shoot video almost exclusively at 720p, but smaller is an option. The camera functionality is awesome, too.
Just a happy customer, btw.
I use this everyday. I make video reviews on amazon. I use this app to make my videos lower quality to use less memory because amazon only allows 100mb uploads.
Just downsample using iMovie ... should be free for new phones anyways