The resolution is currently 960 x 540 for all devices.
Currently, Vaptur is available on iOS (Apple) platforms, however, we are working on the Android capability and it is coming soon. We will let you know as soon as it is available. Please visit http://vaptur.com/ for updates.
No…your phone will operate as usual.
To see how much storage is available and which App or content is using it up, follow these steps:
Tap Settings > General > Usage
Click Manage Storage to see how much is taken up by Apps and content.
First try and copy files from your camera roll to the cloud or other external storage to free up space.
Next free up memory used by Vaptur by sharing to iCloud. If iCloud is not available for sharing from Vaptur, try sharing to the Camera roll so you can then save the videos from the camera roll to your computer or other external storage.
Once the video is shared to the Camera roll (confirm this by playing it from the Camera roll), you can then delete the video from Vaptur by swiping from right to left over the video name as it is listed in the file list then select delete.
Yes. First, press the gear icon at the top left corner of your screen.
Then, select the 8 second recording delay option from the menu.
Next, scroll up or down to choose your delay time from 6 to 30 seconds.
Press Done at the top left corner of the menu.
The buffer window will now start over with your new delay timing.
Vaptur needs at least 5% of total free memory to be available for recording. Due to the heavy processing used for dual screen processing, the App needs enough space for the rough video to be stored before it is processed for playback and sharing after initial recording. If you don’t have enough memory, check out the post on how to regain memory to allow recording.
The calculation relies on the system to tell the app how much space is available and what the total file system size is, then divides the former by the latter and makes sure that’s greater than 5%.
For example, 2.3 GB of free memory may not be sufficient depending on the size of your device’s memory.
2.3 / 16 GB = 14% = sufficient
2.3 / 64 GB = 4% = not sufficient
2.3 / 128 GB = 2% = not sufficient