switchlip2Most of my Insta clips are vertical and I hate it. My friends don’t know how to film
asparagusThe worst is when you’re trying to stack clips for an edit and you drop on only to see your buddy filming vertical
asparagusWhy do vertical iphone clips need to exist? The only place I can think of that only accepts vertical footage is tiktok and ig reels, normal Instagram posts don’t even need to be vertical. Also if you really want to post it vertically you can just get a wide shot and crop it. Actually half the vertical shots I see just look like cropped horizontal shots. How hard is it to flip your phone sideways? Really though, society would be better off if people stopped filming vertical
ScootSkiLyfeIf you film vertical and you edit at 1350x1080 pixels then you can get more of you in frame for insta edits. If you film horizontal for insta you have to crop way more to get the best layout.
CharlzHubThere is no place for vertical filming. It sucks. If you’re filming vertical to get a clip for an IG story or TikTok, stop, flip that shit sideways, and make an edit instead. Way cooler
Skier-JonPhones have vertical screens, a large majority of total media consumed is on phones (i found one estimate at 70%.) Unless you are watching a movie or tv show you are probably watching it on your phone. A traditional horizontal format video takes up less than a third of a modern phone screen while a vertical video takes up 60-100%. The more of the screen that is devoted to content the more it will hold someone's attention. Obviously the average person doesn't think about that much when they shoot a video but I think as a society it is becoming the norm, whether consciously or subconsciously.
asparagusYeah but horizontal shots can be used for Instagram and normal edits but vertical shots can only be used for Instagram
Hellbrook_LabsWhenever I see someone filming anything in vertical part of me dies