Adjusting Camera Settings
Configuring your picture settings ensures the best looking shot possible. Making adjustments in this panel will change the way your footage is captured.
Below is a quick introduction to each picture setting feature and best practices involved:
General Layout of Options
Expand the Camera Settings panel from the lower left hand corner or the room.
Choose from a variety of settings to adjust.
720: For Webcam recordings, this resolution caps out. All iOS devices have this as the lowest available resolution.
1080: The most commonly used resolution.
4k: Only select iOS devices have 4k capability on front and back. Please refer to this article for specifics
Frames Per Second:
- 24, 30, 60: iOS Devices
- 30: Webcam
Best Practice for setting Exposure: Right click anywhere in the subject screen to allow a yellow circle to appear. This yellow circle is the easiest way to set your Exposure. From here, simply drag the circle or right click again to find the Exposure setting you are happy with. Once you are satisfied, toggle on the “AE Lock” and the yellow circle will become red, locking the exposure in place.
Best Practice for setting Focus: Left click anywhere in the Subject screen to allow a red square to appear. This red square is your recommended method of setting your Focus. Simply drag the red square or left click anywhere in the Subject screen to choose your Focus point. Once satisfied, the AF Lock is automatically toggled on otherwise the Focus would constantly be adjusting to no specific point. So once you have moved the red square to your focal point you are good to go!