How Do I Change Video Quality in Pixels 4?

If you own a Google Pixel 4, you may be wondering how to change the video quality settings when recording videos. The good news is that it’s a straightforward process!

Step 1: Open the Camera App

To get started, open the camera app on your Google Pixel 4. You can do this by tapping on the camera icon located on your home screen or by swiping up from the bottom of your screen and selecting the camera app.

Step 2: Swipe Right

Once you are in the camera app, swipe right to access the video mode. You can also tap on the video icon located at the bottom of your screen to switch to video mode.

Step 3: Tap on Settings Icon

Now, tap on the settings icon located at the top left corner of your screen. This will open up the camera settings menu.

Step 4: Select Video Settings

In the camera settings menu, scroll down until you see “Video” settings. Tap on it to access video recording options.

Step 5: Change Video Quality Settings

Under “Video” settings, you will see an option called “Resolution.” Tap on it to open up different video quality options available for recording videos using your Google Pixel 4.

You’ll see different resolutions available such as:

  • 720p (HD)
  • 1080p (Full HD)
  • 4K (Ultra HD)

Select any one of these resolutions depending upon your requirement and preference.


Keep in mind that higher resolution videos take up more storage space than lower resolution ones. If you are running low on storage space, then it is recommended that you choose a lower resolution for your video.


Changing the video quality settings on your Google Pixel 4 is an easy process. Just open the camera app, swipe right to access video mode, tap on the settings icon, select “Video” settings and then choose your preferred video quality resolution. By following these steps, you can ensure that you capture high-quality videos that fit your needs and preferences.