iPhone 14: How to Use Action Mode to Capture Smooth Video

iPhone 14: How to Use Action Mode to Capture Smooth Video

The recently released iPhone 14 models from Apple have a new Action mode for video recording. Here is all the information you want about the function so that you can start using it.

What is Action Mode?

In a word, Apple's new Action mode was created to make it easier to record fluid-looking video that compensates for noticeable shaking, movements, and vibrations, even as the action is being recorded.

Apple claims that in order to produce this appearance, it utilizes the whole camera sensor with increased overscan and sophisticated roll correction.

When activated, the function, which is a part of the default Camera app on the iPhone, should let you record videos that nearly appear to have been taken with a gimbal. Action mode ensures excellent video quality by supporting Dolby Vision HDR and recording in up to 2.8K at 60 frames per second.

Which iPhone Models Support Action Mode?

All iPhone 14 models, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, support Action mode out of the box, so you don't even need a Pro device to utilize it. Here's how to get started using it to record video.

How to Use Action Mode When Shooting Video

  1. Launch the Camera app on your ‌iPhone‌.
  2. Swipe the camera mode menu so that "Video" is highlighted.record-video-button
  3. Tap the Action mode button (it looks like a person running) above the viewfinder so that the icon turns yellow.
  4. When you're ready to start recording, tap the red Record button.action-mode-icon

The end of that. Simply turn it on like that to get professional-looking footage without needing to carry along stabilizing gear like a gimbal.


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