Saving Custom Presets in FiLMiC Pro

Filmic Pro includes a preset system that makes it easy to save & load the following three attributes:

  1. Resolution (resolution, quality and aspect ratio)
  2. Framerate (capture and playback framerate)
  3. Audio (format and sample rate)

To save a preset:

  1. Select your recording resolution and quality under Settings > Video (use Filmic Extreme for highest quality)
  2. Select your framerate under Settings Video, in the Frame Rate tab
  3. Select your audio format and sample rate under Settings > Audio
  4. Open Settings > Presets > Save Current Settings as Preset
  5. Name your preset, and tap Save

When a preset is selected it will have a tick next to it. You can save multiple presets and quickly switch between them. For example, this is ideal for switching between realtime and slow motion framerate settings.

You can share, export, rename, overwrite and delete from the 3-dot menu on the right hand side:

If you are shooting with multiple devices, you can sign up for a free Filmic Sync account which will allow you to sync your saved presets to multiple devices signed in under the same account.

You can also load a preset, including the default preset, from iOS app menu. To do this, tap and hold Filmic Pro app icon until the app menu shows, then tap on the desired preset you want to load:

In addition to all these options, you can also manually import presets that you have previously exported or that have been manually shared with you. To import a preset, tap on the left button on the Preset menu. Once you do this, the iOS file browser will open and allow you to select a preset that will be added to your preset list.


  • Outside of the resolution; framerate; and audio attributes specified above, all other settings need to be manually enabled and checked before recording.
  • Filmic Pro will always load the last used preset by default when you launch the app.
  • You can quickly confirm your shooting resolution and framerate by checking the info field in the timecode medallion.