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This mode is available in all the iPhone 13 series models of the company. If you are also curious to know about this new feature of iPhone 13, or you want to know more and more about it, then let us tell you in detail what is Cinematic Mode and how does it work?
What is Apple’s Cinematic Mode?
Available as a mode in the Camera app, Cinematic mode gives you a dimension of depth of field on video, similar to Portrait mode for photos. Currently, this feature works at 16: 9 ratio and maximum 1080p 30fps.
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While recording, users will see a new button on the top right, where you will see the aperture number. You can tap this button to get a deeper or shallower depth of field in your footage.
However, in this situation, the most thought is required when you want to change the depth of a clip after recording, but it is possible with Cinematic Mode.
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what’s more? Cinematic mode automatically changes focus in rolling footage when appropriate, such as when a new subject enters the frame, or switches to an existing position.
How does this work?
Once you start recording video in Cinematic mode, the iPhone 13 Series device not only starts recording footage, but also provides depth information for each frame in it. This is possible due to the high processing power of the new A15 Bionic chip of the phone. This feature will also not be available on previous generation iPhones including last year’s iPhone 12 series.
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Compatibility with Mac
Cinematic mode records video footage in Dolby Vision HDR and is available in all three rear cameras as well as a single front camera. Cinematic Mode footage is also compatible with Final Cut Pro and iMovie on Mac systems and allows users to change the depth of field while editing there.