Cinematic on iPhone 13 is a newly updated mode for this device line, bringing a much more cinematic video recording interface. Videos after being shot in Cinematic mode on iPhone are also more artistic, instead of having to use professional camcorders or professional video editing applications. So, with older iPhones that want to shoot Cinematic-style videos, how to do it? The following article will guide you to shoot Cinematic on older iPhones.
Note, to be able to record Cinematic videos on older iPhones, your device must have two or three rear cameras .
You download the Focos Live application for your phone according to the link below and then proceed with the installation as usual.
First of all, users will need to agree to let the application access 3 permissions on the device as shown below. Then you press Start to move into the main interface of the application.
Switch to the main interface of the application, users will click on Video recording to conduct video recording with the Cinematic mode pre-installed in the application. At the top of the video recording interface, there are icons for us to adjust such as frame size, add filters, .
After recording the video, the video is saved. You return to the main interface of the application and then select Edit video and click on the video you just recorded before.
Display video editing interface with a lot of different options. Users click on each item to change for the video they want such as inserting stickers, inserting text, etc.
After you’ve done everything, click on the 3 dots icon in the top right corner and then select Export video to save the video to the album on your device.