DoubleTake brings simultaneous multi-camera video recording to iPhone 11 phones
DoubleTake brings simultaneous multi-camera video recording to iPhone 11 phones

FiLMiC Pro app developer launched a new free app called DoubleTake that supports simultaneous video recording from multiple cameras.

IOS 13 also supports multi-camera video recording applications. However, the apps included in this feature are limited, and FiLMiC Pro's camera app on iOS now offers a new free program to support this DoubleTake app feature.

The developer of the FiLMiC Pro app first scanned multiple video recordings when the iOS 13 update was released: the update simulates videos using multiple cameras on iPhone. Today, a free app dedicated to this feature. DoubleTake starts.

DoubleTake supports iPhone 11 users. This functionality works effectively, but after launching a special app in the iOS store, the functionality in FiLMiC Pro has not been officially confirmed.

Note that the DoubleTake app supports recording videos at a maximum resolution of 1080p. Rear view camera for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR is not supported. One of the rear cameras can be used with the front camera. When using these features together, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max users can use wide-angle and wide-angle rear cameras to record in-app video.



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