How to Get Most Out of Your iPhone’s Camera with ProRes Settings

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As we all know, the iPhone has been the finest smartphone for taking images and videos for a long time.

Apple devices have always surpassed expectations when it comes to taking photos, whether it’s solid footage or zero frame drops.

The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max are no exception, with the ProRes feature, which has now emerged on the Pro versions of the current iPhone editions, videographers can now stylishly adjust their photos/videos to suit their taste.

ProRes is Apple’s proprietary video codec that enables the camera to record more data when filming, allowing for more customization in post-production in programmes like Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, and DaVinci Resolve.

With iOS 15.1 or later, your iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max can use either of its cameras in Video mode to record videos in the Apple ProRes format in the Camera app.

Apple ProRes may be edited in the Photos app or iMovie for iPhone, as well as in ProRes-compatible video editing programmes for Mac, iPad, and iPhone.

How to Enable ProRes

First and foremost, make sure you have the most recent version of iOS on your device. With software version 15.1, Apple added ProRes to the iPhone 13 Pro, so make sure you’ve updated your phone.

To do so, go to Settings > General > Software Update and make sure your iPhone is up to date.To enable ProRes, Go to Settings > Camera > Formats, then turn on Apple ProRes under Video Capture to enable your iPhone to record videos in ProRes.

Also, keep in mind that file sizes are massive: a 1-minute ProRes 4K video file weighs in at 6GB, but a 1-minute traditional 4K video weighs in at around 200MB.

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