Dolby Vision is another step in iPhone recording quality and it is one of those settings that you should always have activated. To record video on the iPhone with Dolby Vision quality, you don’t have to do anything, just activate a small setting.
IPhone 12 Pro cameras
What is Dolby Vision HDR
We take an in-depth look at Dolby Vision after the launch of the iPhone 12, the first devices capable of natively recording video at this image quality.
Dolby Vision is the interpretation they have made of HDR in Dolby. In other words, Dolby Vision videos have a higher dynamic range, better and more vivid colors, better definition of each tone, higher brightness and color depth.
Have advantages over HDR10 + And it’s one of the most impressive technologies when it comes to video viewing.
How to record Dolby Vision HDR with iPhone
To record in Dolby Vision HDR, you need an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro, although the following devices that Apple introduces may also support this feature.
On your iPhone 12 enter the Settings of iOS. Scroll down until you find the section Camera. Enter and tap on Record a video. Below the different quality options you will see HDR video. By activating this function, you will enliven Dolby Vision.
A setting that you must have activated
What you need to know to record Dolby Vision videos on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro
There are some peculiarities that you should know before recording in Dolby Vision quality with your iPhone:
The iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 can record Dolby Vision videos at a maximum resolution of 4K 30 fps. The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max can record Dolby Vision videos at 4k 60fps. You can also record Dolby Vision videos 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 videos take up more space than normal videos. Almost no social network allows HDR videos, so the quality when sharing it will not be the real one.
How to Play Dolby Vision HDR Content
As we have mentioned, it is not easy to enjoy videos with this quality on social networks. YouTube does allow the reproduction of this type of content, but you need a compatible display.
Dolby Vision example
The 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, iPhones 8 onwards and Apple TV 4K allow you to play Dolby Vision HDR content. Most brands of televisions are also compatible, although you should check with your model.
LG, Sony, Panasonic and PhilipsThey have compatible models, Samsung however only supports HDR10 +, so you will not get the highest quality.
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The iPhone are incredible devices when it comes to recording video And with Dolby Vision the quality goes one step further. Enjoy amazing content by activating this simple setting.