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How to shoot 4K video at 60 FPS on iPhone X

How to shoot 4K video at 60 FPS on iPhone
By default, the iPhone X is set to record 4K videos at 30 fps. However, you can set it to record at 60 fps to ensure a higher and smoother resolution. This setting is found under the Settings app> Camera >Record Video.

  • Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  • Tap Camera in the list.
  • Hit the Formats option.
  • Choose the “High Efficiency” setting to turn the H.265 codec on.
  • Swipe right from the left edge of the display to return to the previous screen, or tap the
  • Now tap the Record Video sub-section.
  • Select “4K at 60 fps” from the list.
  • Go back to the Home screen and launch the Camera app.
  • Choose Video at the bottom of the interface. TIP: To stop Camera from resetting your last-used mode like Video or Photo every time it’s launched, go to Settings → Camera → Preserve Settings and toggle on the option labeled Camera Mode.
  • Tap the Record button or press either Volume button to start and stop recording.