The camera on the iPhone 13 is excellent for still photographs, but it is also capable of filming video.
Nevertheless, if you just capture films in 720p or 1080p, you may not be taking full advantage of the camera’s capabilities.
Fortunately, you may capture 4K video on your iPhone 13 by modifying a setting in the Settings menu.
On an iPhone 13, you can capture 4K video by heading to Settings > Camera > Record Video > then selecting one of the 4K options.
You can also check out this how to record 4K video on an iPhone 13 video on YouTube.
How to Make 4K iPhone Videos
- Choose Settings.
- Choose Camera.
- Choose Record Video.
- Choose one of the three 4K options.
Our explanation continues below with further information on how to record 4K video on iPhone 13, including screenshots of the process.
Related: This screen recording guide will show you how to capture videos of your iPhone screen.
When 4K televisions and monitors become more accessible and ubiquitous, you may decide to begin capturing iPhone videos in 4K resolution as well.
If you have an iPhone 13, you are in luck because that is one of the video recording options accessible on the device.
Our article below will show you how to locate the device setting that controls the resolution of movies recorded using the iPhone’s default camera app so that you can choose one of the numerous 4K options presented there.
iPhone 4K Video Recording Video
How to Change iPhone 13 Video Recording Resolution to 4K
The steps in this post were carried out on an iPhone 13, however they will also work on other iPhone 13 models, such as:
- Apple iPhone 13 Mini
- Apple iPhone 13 Pro
- Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max
Step 1: On your Home screen, find the Settings app and tap it to open it.
Step 2: Scroll down and select the Camera option from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: On the top of the screen, press the Record Video button.
Step 4: Choose the 4K option to utilize for recording your videos.
You may also alter the video recording resolution by opening the Camera app, selecting Video mode, and then touching the resolution option at the top to select 4K. Then, next to it, hit the FPS (frames per second) button to choose between 24, 30, and 60 fps.
You will be able to alter this setting based on the resolution and file size that you desire for the videos that you record now that you know how to capture 4K video on an iPhone 13.
When it comes to file size, it’s worth mentioning that 4K videos can be substantially larger, and that it can vary depending on the FPS choice you select. Apple provides the following example file sizes for 4K films of one minute length:
- 4K at 24 frames per second – 135 MB
- 4K at 30 frames per second – 170 MB
- 4K at 60 frames per second – 400 MB
The following are the descriptions offered for each of these sorts of video recordings:
- 4K at 24 frames per second – cinematic style
- 4K at 30 frames per second – better resolution
- 4K at 60 frames per second – better resolution, smoother
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