How to enable Dolby Vision HDR video recording on the iPhone? Dolby Vision is another step in iPhone recording quality and is one of those settings you should always have on.
What is Dolby Vision HDR?
Dolby Vision HDR videos have a higher dynamic range, better and more vivid colors, better definition of every tone, higher brightness, and color depth. It has advantages over HDR10+ and is one of the most impressive technologies in terms of the video display.
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How to enable Dolby Vision HDR video recording on the iPhone?
You at least need an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro. You should follow these steps:
- On your iPhone 12 enter the iOS Settings.
- Scroll down until you find the Camera section.
- Go in and tap on Record Video.
- Under the different quality options, you will see HDR Video.
iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 can record Dolby Vision HDR videos at a maximum resolution of 4K 30 fps. iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max can record Dolby Vision videos at 4K 60 fps.
You can also record a Dolby Vision HDR video from the front camera. Dolby Vision videos are stored in HEVC format on iPhone 12. You can edit Dolby Vision videos directly from iPhone 12 using iMovie. Dolby Vision HDR videos cover more space than normal videos.
This way you’ve learned how to enable Dolby Vision HDR video recording on the iPhone.