AppArt School -How to Record a video with QuickTake
You can use QuickTake to record videos without having to switch out of photo mode. QuickTake is available on iPhone XS, iPhone XR and later.
Hold the shutter to take a video
When you open the Camera app, you will see the default photo mode. Tap the Shutter button to take a photo. Then tap the arrow to adjust options, such as flash, Live Photos, timer and more.
If you want to capture a QuickTake video, just press and hold the Shutter button .* Release the button to stop recording.
With iOS 14 and later, you can hold one of the Volume buttons to capture a QuickTake video. If you have Use Volume Up for Burst enabled, you can use the Volume down button to capture a QuickTake video.
Slide to the right to lock recording
To keep recording video without having to hold the button, slide the Shutter button to the right, then release it. When video recording is locked, a Shutter button appears to the right. Tap the Shutter button to take a still photo during video recording. When you’re ready to stop recording, tap the record button.
Slide to the left for burst mode
Slide the Shutter button to the left and hold it to take a burst of photos, then release it to stop.
With iOS 14 and later, you can capture photos in burst mode by pressing the Volume up button. Just go to Settings > Camera and turn on Use Volume Up for Burst.
* To take videos with customisable resolution, stereo audio and audio zoom, switch to Video mode.