Editing ProRes files and cinematic videos is possible in iMovie and Clips

The update process isn’t over yet! Apple is introducing new versions tonight for iMovie and Clips, which combine the import and editing of ProRes video in the two applications.

It is through a future update to iOS 15 that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will be able to record in Apple’s video codec, which is used heavily in audiovisual production. In iMovie and Clips, ProRes files—they’re quite heavy—can be edited not only on the iPhone 13, but also with the iPad mini 6 and 11/12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation and higher) .

The famous Cinematic Mode of the iPhone 13.

The software will be able to import Cinematic Mode videos recorded by the iPhone 13, and edit them (including the ability to change depth of field) from the iPhone XS, iPad mini 5, iPad Air 3 and 11/12.9 . -inch iPad Pro (3rd generation).

Clips adds application of effects (filters, stickers, emoji) to cinematic videos. The app provides the ease of adding videos and photos from the photo library without having to save them to a project first. iMovie and Clips can also add ProRAW images to movies and trailers, after all.

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