How to Enable-Disable ProRes Video on iPhone 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max

Here's what to do to access and Enable-Disable ProRes Video on iPhone 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max series. Here's complete steps.

In iOS 15.1 Beta 3 found a new toggle to adjust native ProRes Video capture settings; lets in this post, we will show you how to access the new toggle of ProRed Video to enable and disable on your iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max model.

Keep in mind. Currently, this setting is not available to public users; this is just for Developer testers who have Developer Beta profiles installed on their device.

Here’s a way to install the Developer beta profile on your iPhone 13 series

I suggest that you only install the beta profile on your secondary device if you want to get the feature early. Please avoid installing a beta profile on your daily driver. Because of certain apps get a bug, and so that may your device will be damaged. Let’s see how to toggle On for ProRes Video.

What is ProRes Footage? 

You know, this new Prores video (for professional video) formate of Apple allows for a new standard of video compression for RAW Footage. This formate is different from MP4 video. According to Apple’s story, Apple ProRes 4444 XQ is the highest-quality version of Apple ProRes. Let’s see how to manage it.

The below Prores settings are available on iOS 15.1 installed iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models. Check inside software update, Open settings > General > Software Update > Download and install the new software update.

how to Enable ProRes Video on iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max

Open Settings

Scroll the Camera

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From there, tap on “Formats” and toggle on “Apple ProRes.”

Show camera control for ProRes. ProRes is one of the most popular formats for video professional post-production. A minute of 10 bit HDR or ProRes is approximately 1.7 GB for HD. ProRes capture is supported for up to 30FPS at 1080p.

How to Disable ProRes Videos on iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max

Open Settings

Scroll the Camera 

From there, tap on “Formats” and toggle OFF “Apple ProRes.”

That’s it.

I hope this is found helpful. Thanks for reading us!

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood is a journalist based in Ohio who specializes in covering Apple and technology trends. With a varied experience in reporting on public safety, government, and education, her insights bridge multiple disciplines, providing readers with a well-rounded perspective on today's technological advancements. If you need to contact me, you can reach me at karlywood.ohio@gmail.com or through (Facebook)

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