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iPhone trick: How to record fascinating video on iPhone’s front, rear cameras together

Know simple and easy tips to record video on iPhone's front and rear cameras.

By: HIMANI JHA
| Updated on: Aug 15 2022, 18:18 IST
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Know how to record video on an iPhone front and rear camera simultaneously.
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Know how to record video on an iPhone front and rear camera simultaneously.
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Know how to record video on an iPhone front and rear camera simultaneously.
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Know how to record video on an iPhone front and rear camera simultaneously.
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With the increasing popularity of social media, everyone has started vlogging and sharing video content on Instagram, Facebook or other social media sites. If you too are a vlogging fan and love to record your activities but don't know how to do it on an iPhone then this iPhone trick will definitely help you out. You can use the iPhone's rear camera to post a video on the website and at the same time interact with your friends and followers. Wondering how? Here's how you can record video on an iPhone front and rear camera at the same time.

How to record video on iPhone front and rear camera at the same time

Though there is no direct method to do so on an iPhone, there are some workarounds that can help you to vlog at ease. All you have to do is take help from some third-party apps like the Double Camera app through which you can use both the front and rear cameras of the iPhone at the same time. You can take pictures and shoot videos with both cameras by changing the camera layout.

How to use Double camera app to record video on iPhone front and back camera together

Time
Tools
Supplies
20 Minutes
iPhone
  • Updated browser
  • Internet
Step 1:

Open the app store on the Apple iPhone and then download and install the Double Side Camera app. 

Step 2:

Once done, open the app and allow permission to access the camera and mic.

Step 3:

Now, open the settings and change the camera layout by tapping on the clog icon available at the bottom of the screen. 

Step 4:

Now, start recording by tapping on the record button. Once done, save the clip in the gallery. 

From the gallery, you can edit the clip accordingly and upload/share it on Instagram, Facebook or other social media platforms.

Apart from this, you can also use MixCam: Front and Back Camera. You can shoot front and back camera at the same time, stream on Facebook live, as well as create Cinematic video with motion blur.

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First Published Date: 15 Aug, 16:50 IST
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