Hello, I'm hoping somebody can help me out. I just bought an iPad Pro 9.7" 32GB For the past 4 years I have used the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to record my boys hockey games. No it's not a conventional camera but it's large screen provides extreme ease of use to capture all of the action without exclusively following the puck all over the place and losing it. The resulting video is better than average but it isn't what I would consider conventional HD. I upload all of my kids hockey games to youtube on their hockey channel where the team can re-watch at their leisure. Although Youtube tags the videos as HD, they don't particularly look that way when viewed in full screen mode. Quality tails off a little but it's still pretty good and isn't pixelated or blotchy. I was recently directed to the iPad Pro by a friend of mine. He told me the device has multiple recording resolutions and could provide a better quality recording experience than the default 720 dpi the Galaxy does. I did the research and spoke with an Apple Rep at Best Buy yesterday and was convinced into buying the tablet. Because of the repetitive stops and starts in game play the rep told me I'd have to download a video recorder app with a pause button because the native iPad video recorder doesn't have one. I got home and set up my iPad by changing the video resolution from default 720 to 1080 60FPS. I also downloaded and installed "Videocam" app to use to record. The apple rep told me the quality would be unmatched but the video size would be double the average 3.5-4 GB file size I was recording on the Galaxy for approx 1hr of footage. Whatever the case we went to the game and I recorded it in it's entirety. It was :53mins. After I saved the video to my camera roll I checked the quality. It was terrible. It definitely did not turn out to be 1080. It's blotchy and pixelated like a tiny 320 sized video that gets blown up. When I got home I transferred it to my laptop to check it's config. I found it was only 853MB in size and it's a .mov file. Can anybody tell me if the "Videocam" app uses the tablets resolution settings or it's own when recording? If it uses it's own this app won't be of any use for me since the quality of the recording is terrible. Is there a video recorder app which will use the tablets video resolution settings? Are there more settings I need to change on the tablet? Perhaps the codec and compression the recorder uses to capture and save the video? Any help is greatly appreciated, I don't want to return the tablet but if I can't find anything that works it's what I may have to do.