You may change the resolution of your iPhone’s video. You may reduce the resolution to save space or data. This will allow you to send smaller files. A video that is lower in resolution or slower will take up less space on your phone. This quick guide will demonstrate how to adjust the Camera Settings on iPhone to change the resolution or size of your video. You can also use an iPhone video editor app on iPhone to edit existing videos.
Change video resolution settings on iPhone
Open Settings on iPhone. Scroll down to Camera and then select Record Video. You can now see the various sizes and resolutions available. You will find the following frame rates and resolutions for iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus: 720p HD @ 30fps; 1080p HD At 30fps; 1080p HD AT 60fps; 4K HD at 24fps; 4K at 30fps; 4K HD at 60fps To change the resolution of slow motion videos that will be recorded on iPhone, go back to Camera and select Record Slo-mo.
These settings affect new video clips that are to be recorded. You can edit existing videos in your Camera Roll by using a video editor.
iPhone video resolution editing
You can download and use this iPhone video editor app to easily edit resolutions of existing videos saved on your iPhone.
Open the iPhone video editor app. Choose Import from the home screen. Browse to your Camera Roll to import the clip to the editor app. You can also edit the video. Tap Next at the top-right corner. Then touch the Share icon at the bottom right corner. You will be taken directly to the video export screen. Here you can adjust the resolution, size, and frame rate. It will default output 720p videos. You can change this to 4K, 1080p fullHD, or 360p.
You can select a destination app or destination from the lower half the screen. This includes Vimeo, Instagram and Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Snapchat, WhatsApp Messenger, WhatsApp, WhatsApp, Messages, Emails, Dropbox, Photos, and many others. To save the video to your Camera Roll, tap Photos.