How to Change FPS Settings for Slo-mo Videos on iPhone and iPad

Slow motion videos occupy more space than normal videos you shoot on your iPhone/iPad. However, to enjoy some moments, record in Slo-mo is necessary.

Generally, iPhone and iPad users are  concerned about the front of the Camera app on devices; little do they take the interest in the Settings of this app. And this is when they lose many interesting things that could have improved their experience of capturing beautiful images and videos.

If you want to elevate your experience with iPhone/iPad camera app, you should try some changes in settings. For video lovers, slo-mo or slow motion recording is a delight. In 2014, Apple introduced this feature in its iPhone 5s. People have accepted this feature but quite a few are not aware of the awesomeness of recording a video in slow motion.

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How to Change FPS Settings for Slo-Mo on iPhone and iPad

How to Change FPS Settings for Slo-Mo on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone/iPad.

Tap on Settings on iPhone

Step #2. Scroll down and tap on Photos & Camera app from the list.

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Tap on Photos & Camera in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Scroll down again and tap on Record Slo-mo option from under the CAMERA section.

Tap on Record Slo-mo in iPhone Settings

Step #4. You will find two options: 1080p HD at 120 fps and 720p HD at 240 fps. To change fps settings for Slo-mo, tap on either option.

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Change FPS Settings for Slo-mo Videos on iPhone and iPad

Now you can record or film a video in slow motion. Please note that a minute of Slo-mo will be approximately 375MB with 1080p HD at 120 fps and 300MB with 720p HD at 240 fps. So if you want to save some space on your iOS device, you should better select the option of 720p HD at 240 fps. With 1080p HD at 120 fps, you can add more drama to your video, but this will occupy more space on iPhone or iPad.

Now go ahead and start shooting videos in slow motion. Later on, you can always convert slow motion videos to normal ones in your iOS 9 enabled iPhone and iPad.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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