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Shooting video

Now let's take a look at how to capture video with your iOS device. The controls for shooting video are pretty much identical to shooting still photos. Just start up the Camera app, and move the Mode Selector to Video. The Shutter button turns into a red circle with a white ring around it, which is a visual indicator to let you know you're in Video Mode. All you have to do now is frame up your subject. As with still photos, you can shoot videos in either Portrait or Landscape mode. The iPhone will know what you're shooting and keep the video right side up when you play it back later. But, bear in mind that most standard videos are wider than they are tall, so while shooting in Portrait mode might not seem odd when you're recording, it looks strange to watch a video that's taller than it is wide later on your computer, and even more so on a TV.

So, unless you have a specific reason for shooting vertically, flip your phone to the Horizontal position. Also, as with shooting still phot...

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Shooting video provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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