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How to Record Videos on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 via Quicktake

by Harry M. developer

If you are using social media like Snapchat, Instagram, then most likely you would have an idea about the Stories feature. These are small video clips recorded and shared with friends on social media by pressing the shutter tab within the camera interface of apps. However, Apple has collected cues from the apps and has included the same functions to the redesign camera application, which is available in the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11.

Source:-How to Record Videos on iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 via Quicktake

QuickTake videos feature permits the users to fastly begin capturing videos without even changing to the video recording option in the Camera app. It makes recording the videos more interesting and more convenient than the features on the older version of iPads and iPhones. Apple has made the recording feature easier than before to capture anything without any hassle quickly. If you want to record videos, then this post might be useful for you. Go through the blog and follow the instructions to record videos via QuickTake on iPhone 11 pro and iPhone 11.

How to Capture Video via Quicktake on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

Though the QuickTake is very easy to use, you can get the extra tips and tricks to make the recording procedure more suitably.

If you want to capture video via QuickTake on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, then you can follow the provided steps:

  1. The launch Camera app on the device.
  2. Ensure that you are on the photo menu where you take photos.
  3. Click and hold on the Capture tab to begin recording the video clip.

Sometimes it is so annoying and inconvenient to keep pressing the shutter as recording the image. There will be the lock tab at the bottom right of the display. This will permit to lock recording as you don’t have to keep pressing the record button. To lock the recording:

  1. Swipe slowly to the right. While you are swiping, you will discover that you are dragging the capture tab to the circle at right.
  2. As an icon has placed lock, you can move the fingers from the screen, and your iPhone will continue recording the video.
  3. The Capture icon has swapped the lock at right. You can click on the tab to quickly check out the pictures while your device is recording the videos.

This is what you have to do to record videos via QuickTime.

With the use of the Camera app, users can easily record the Snapchat stories and use the video editing tools with the Photo apps before sharing it to friends on social media. With the convenience of QuickTake and easy to use, capturing videos via QuickTime has the disadvantages.

Video length is limited as well as you cannot change resolution at any device you have a record. If you want features, including audio zoom or stereo audio, you have to capture videos from the particular recorded menu. It is true to say that convenience and speed are available at a specific cost. According to your use, the ease of use and convenient may not hide the negatives. iOS users may find this QuickTake recognizable as this iOS feature has been named after the first consumer digital camera product that has launched decades ago. So QuickTake feature has been relaunched on iPhone instead of a digital camera.

Harry Martin is a technology enthusiast who loves writing about new advancements and IT threats on a regular basis. He work focuses on the latest advancements in the realm of technology, social media, and cyber security at norton.com/setup.


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