Chapter 4

Recording, Editing, and Watching Videos

In This Chapter

arrow Controlling playback

arrow Recording video with Camera

arrow Slowing down the action

arrow Trimming video in Photos

arrow Editing trailers and movies in iMovie

arrow Sharing your production

Your iPhone is not only great for watching movies, TV shows, and videos but also for creating your own movies. Whether it's to record an amateur sporting event or produce a full-length film, your iPhone has the capacity to capture, edit, and share videos that are limited only by your imagination.

Apple developed pixels that are 78 micrometers wide and a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch. The Retina display uses in-plane switching (IPS) that offers a wider viewing angle and an 800 to 1 contrast ratio, which means brighter whites and darker blacks. LED backlighting and the ambient light sensor that adjusts the image lets you see it best in the light available. ...

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