Presented during the launch of the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, the feature allows you to record both the rear and front cameras at the same time
During the launch of the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max last year, one of the features of the iOS 13 that stood out the most was the support for multiple recordings, that is, record videos from two or more cameras at the same time, the front and the rear. Although there is support, until now it was not possible to enjoy this feature simply because there was still no application that offered it. From now on, the functionality can be used through the application FiLMiC DoubleTake.
And, as we have already announced, the resource can also be used in iPhones X, XS Max and XR.
Multiple recordings on new iPhones
The team behind the famous app FiLMiC Pro was the first to show the functionality, which happened during the event, and now brings this feature to everyone through a new application, the DoubleTake. The fact that the resource arrives first in an application and not in the FiLMiC Pro is still a mystery, but the company has ensured that it will not be left out, and the simultaneous multiple recordings should reach the FiLMiC Pro coming soon. Meanwhile, the DoubleTake delivers what it promises and is already worth the installation for anyone who wants to start enjoying it.
There are some details to consider. First, the maximum recording resolution in the DoubleTake 1080p, due to some external limitations. Second, anyone using a iPhone X, XS Max or XR, you can only record with one of the rear cameras, in addition to the front camera. J who has one iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, you can use the two rear cameras for recording (the wide and the ultra-wilde), in addition to the front.
For professionals and amateurs
O DoubleTake it has an indita functionality, and can be used by anyone, without needing a lot of knowledge of photography and recordings. Just select the cameras you want to use to record, choose from 3 camera options frame rate (FPS, frames per second), focus and ready, start multiple recording.
It is still possible to choose how the recording will be displayed, if divided on the screen or picture-in-picture, where there is a smaller square showing the images of one of them in the corner of the screen. At the end of the recording, the video can be exported to the camera gallery and can be edited freely. DoubleTake offers the most professional tools found in the FiLMiC Pro, but the company made it clear that the goal is that it can be used by both professionals and lay people.
One thing for sure, content creators have just won a new entertainment option and offered their content.
O DoubleTake is already available from today on the Apple App Store. Any iPhone with iOS 13 can download, but it is worth remembering that the simultaneous multiple recording feature can only be used in the last two generations of the devices, that is, in the iPhones XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.