v 1.2.0 B122 - Frame Rate Incorrect

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  1. John Chu

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    The latest Beta B122 seems to ignore the frame rate setting. It recorded clips in 30p instead of 24p.

    Yesterday, half the clips I recorded were in 30P and the rest in 24p.

    And the day before, all the clips I had recorded were 30p (despite the setting for 4K 24p on my iPhone 6s).

    I am running the latest iOS 11.4

    I restarted the iPhone just to be sure. (Toggling the frame rate from 24p to 30p and back to 24p seems to work to clear it, but I don't trust it. As I recorded some clips in 24p last night and then it happened today.)

    The previous beta had no issues with frame rates.

    Update 1 hour later: I'm confused, Test Flight allows rolling back to Build 118.
     
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    I had a good shooting day yesterday with Beta Build 118 and I just did a few clips today as a test, and found the clips are in 30p again--even though my setting on the app is for 24fps. The only clue is that I had shot a clip just prior to using the Movi app-- with the standard camera on the iPhone. Is somehow the iPhone retaining the setting after I launch the Movi app? I should probably just cycle thru the frame rates before shooting, but kind of annoying here.
    One more thing.. I know the Movi app saves directly to the film roll--- does Apple's iOS interfere with this process? (I know Filmic Pro gives warnings about saving directly to the camera roll and prefers saving the recorded clips into the app itself.)
     

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