The app lets you record two video files separately, from any iPhone camera, so you can cut between them or capture video feeds displayed side by side, in the form of split screens or images. .
You can take advantage of this app to shoot at the same time with multiple cameras on iPhone Or / XS / XS Max and iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max.
First, you need to download the DoubleTake app for iPhone here.. Then open the app, giving DoubleTake permission to access the camera and microphone.
In the main interface of the application we choose to use which camera to shoot by clicking the camera button in the bottom corner. Then choose the camera to use depending on the iPhone you’re using.
Next, in the bottom right corner, select how to display the image, such as split screen, video overlay mode (PiP). PiP mode will display in full screen by the image from one camera, a small window will play the image recorded from the other camera, this window can move, swipe up and turn off the screen.
The new application is very simple and easy to use. You start by selecting the two cameras you want to record: ultra wide, wide, telephoto or selfie. On the same page, you have the option of selecting frame rates – 24fps, 25fps or 30fps – all of which are recorded in 1080p (there. is no option for 4K). Then you choose how you want the camera feed to show and start recording.
Like in Film Pro, there. is a chart at the bottom of the frame, as well as focus and exposure controls.
Note: Discreet mode outputs two video files with a 16: 9 aspect ratios, which can simultaneously be recorded using both 1080p wide-angle and ultra wide-angle cameras.