HDR support for iMovie application
With the new update to the Apple iMovie application, it is possible to edit HDR content and share 4K 60fps videos on compatible iOS devices.
At first, Apple’s own applications started to adapt to the Dolby Vision HDR video recording feature, which was introduced to the world of smartphones with iPhone 12. iMovie is one of them.
iMovie and HDR support
As is known, Dolby Vision HDR shooting is performed at 30fps on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini models. On the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max models, this speed is 60fps. Dolby Vision HDR enhances images with rich shadows and details.
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The popular editing application of iOS, iMovie, with the update it has recently received, allows HDR videos to be edited. Users can view and edit HDR videos.
The HDR editing feature of the application includes iPhone SE 2020, iPhone 8 Plus and later, iPad mini 5 and later, iPad 7 and later, iPad Air 3 and later, 10.5-inch iPad Pro and later devices.
On the other hand, the feature of importing and sharing 4K resolution videos as 60fps is also valid for the devices mentioned above. Unlike iPhone 7 and later, iPad 6 and later devices are available.