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iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will support ProRes video format – Nerd4.life

During today’s presentation, Apple announced that iPhone 13 Pro e iPhone 13 Pro Max will support ProRes . video formatwhich will be incorporated before the end of the year.

ProRes is a video professional codec It is used for film editing and post-production and is fully supported by Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro. Movies using this format have a lower compression rate than the H.264 and H.265 codecs currently used as standard by the iPhone. This way the image quality will be better, while ensuring the speed of reading and decoding.

As we learn from official site Apple, with the introduction of this format, it will be possible Filming, assembling and completing an entire project in ProRes directly from your iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max. Or quickly transfer video in this format from your phone to Final Cut Pro on your Mac.


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Note however that ProRes video recordings reach 4K and 30fps It will only be available for models with 256GB of storage or more. While 128GB models will be able to record video in ProRes at up to 1080p and 30fps, which is probably due to the generous file sizes that use this format.

If you haven’t done so yet, we recommend that you read our offer of all the details, features and pricing for iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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