Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to start your video camera but your hands are tied up? Maybe you’re cooking and want to record the process, or maybe you’re doing some DIY work and need both hands free.
Well, if you own an iPhone with Siri, there’s a solution for you – just ask Siri to start your video camera! But can Siri really do that? Let’s find out.
How to use Siri to start your video camera
First things first – let’s see how you can use Siri to start your video camera. It’s actually quite easy:
- Activate Siri by saying “Hey Siri” or holding down the home button on your iPhone.
- Say “Open Camera”. This will open the Camera app on your iPhone.
- Say “Start Video”. This will start recording a video with the rear-facing camera of your iPhone.
That’s it! You can now put down your phone and let it record while you do whatever it is that requires both of your hands.
What if I want to use the front-facing camera?
If you want to use the front-facing camera instead of the rear-facing one, just say “Switch Camera” after opening the Camera app. This will switch the camera view to the front-facing one, and then you can say “Start Video” as before.
What if I want to stop recording?
To stop recording, simply say “Stop Video” while in the Camera app. This will stop recording and save the video to your Photos app.
So there you have it – using Siri to start your video camera is not only possible but also quite easy. Whether you’re cooking, doing some DIY work, or just want to record something without holding your phone, Siri can help you out.
Just remember to say “Open Camera” first, and then “Start Video” (or “Switch Camera” if you want to use the front-facing camera). Happy recording!