With this app you can record videos with multiple cameras on your iPhone

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Double Take by FiLMic is a free app that allows you to take multiple cameras with your iPhone.

With this app you can record videos with multiple cameras on your iPhone
Double Take by FiLMic is a free app that allows you to take multiple cameras with your iPhone.

Think of the iPhone 11 Pro keynote, in which Apple gave a demo of FiLMic Pro, in which all cameras could record videos at the same time. Thanks to the new FiLMic Pro app, Double Take, you can now access this function. It is available for free from the Apple App Store and is compatible with iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone XSMax, iPhone XS and iPhone XR.

Double Take can access all four cameras on your iPhone 11 Pro, three on the back and one on the front. You can also select different cameras to start recording. The number will decrease depending on the number of cameras on your iPhone. As in the previous demos, it should be possible to use all four cameras at the same time. However, this app is a little different. All cameras can be accessed at the same time, but the feed is divided into two screens. However, users can only select two of the four cameras for shooting. The app description also mentions that "DoubleTake by FiLMiC turns your iPhone into a multi-cam studio that allows you to simultaneously record videos from two cameras on newer devices."

The app has a fairly simple looking user interface. The app opens with the camera selection view, which shows all four perspectives of the cameras available for your iPhone. This way you can decide how you want to take your pictures and which cameras you want to choose. By simply tapping on the various feeds, you can select the cameras for recording.

The app interface also offers a PiP window (Picture in Picture) to keep an eye on both cameras. You can move, enlarge or swipe this PiP on the screen. The app allows you to record videos as separate files or as a composite video that contains the PiP window displayed on the screen. There's also a split-screen option that lets you use any two cameras to get a 50/50 split-screen effect that is saved as a single video.

Further useful functions are the focus and exposure lock on both cameras during video recording. With the app you can record videos at 24, 25 and 30 frames per second at 1080p, which are ideal for film projects.

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