no need to exit the camera app: iOS 13.2 allows users to change video resolution and frame rate directly

Apple today launched the iOS 13.2 system, which, in addition to the most important Deep Fusion feature, allows users to change the resolution and frame rate options for video recording in camera apps, though this feature is only available on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.

[图]不用退出相机应用:iOS 13.2允许用户直接更改视频分辨率和帧率

Previously, if the user wanted to adjust the frame rate and resolution of the camera video, they would need to leave the camera app, go to the Settings app, navigate to the camera menu, select the Video Recording menu, and then select your video mode and frame rate. In iOS 13.2, users can simply click on the icon on the top right side of the camera app to replace it.

[图]不用退出相机应用:iOS 13.2允许用户直接更改视频分辨率和帧率

Two options are available in the icon on the right, where the left icon can be switched between 4K and HD (1080p), while the right icon lets you switch frame rates (HD video is 30 or 60 fps, 4K video is 30, 60, and 24 fps).

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