MI11 - Is there a 1:1 (square) video shoot mode in the built-in Camera app?


ShahzadShahab

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I did found the square 1:1 mode while shooting photos but can't find that option under Video. Please let me know if this is something that i can achieve with the default app or do I need to install some other apps to get this feature?
 

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Just in photo, see screenshots
 

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ov1lord

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No there isn't. You can get a 4:3 short video by holding the shutter button in photo mode
 

ShahzadShahab

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No there isn't. You can get a 4:3 short video by holding the shutter button in photo mode
Okay, is there any application that can do that and yet provide results like the default camera app? I have heard a lot of G Cam but never really tried and don't even know if there is a G Cam official version out there for MI11
 

Karpfenhai

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Okay, is there any application that can do that and yet provide results like the default camera app? I have heard a lot of G Cam but never really tried and don't even know if there is a G Cam official version out there for MI11
Nope, it can't either..

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Sent from my Mi 11 Ultra.
 

ov1lord

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No, there is no option in g cam. Maybe you can find some apps on the play store that do that but I'm not sure about the quality of the videos. The best thing will be to record 16:9 and cut the video with a video editor
 

ShahzadShahab

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No, there is no option in g cam. Maybe you can find some apps on the play store that do that but I'm not sure about the quality of the videos. The best thing will be to record 16:9 and cut the video with a video editor
That's what I have been doing so far but you know I am manually trying to keep my product within the center of the full video but still some parts are messed up. I have tried the Instagram cam but that is just a trashcan. So I just downloaded the Filmic app for $14.99 and it got some really cool feature besides 1:1 shoot