APPLE

How to Capture Your Memories in Spatial 3D Videos Without Vision Pro for $3,500

Whether you plan to buy the Vision Pro or skip it, one of the nice things about the iPhone 15 Pro is that that you can capture spatial videos for Vision Pro. But before you can do that, you need to manually enable the feature. Here's how to record Vision Pro spatial videos on iPhone 15 Pro.

While some aspects of Vision Pro look intriguing, I&# 8217; I don't plan to buy a headset for $3500. But I recently realized that I would like to make some spatial 3D videos in the coming years in case I ever make it.

Luckily, Apple has made it possible to record Vision Pro spatial videos on iPhone 15. Pro and Pro Max with iOS 17.2 and later.

Below we will tell you how to enable the ability to record Vision Pro spatial videos on iPhone, and also some tips for getting the best results.

p>

Recording Vision Pro spatial video on iPhone 15 Pro

  1. Make sure your iPhone 15 Pro or Pro Max is running iOS 17.2. li>
  2. Open the Settings app.
  3. Swipe down and select Camera.
  4. Tap Formats.
  5. Swipe down and tap the switchnext to Spatial Video for Apple Vision Pro.
  6. Now, when you open the Apple Camera app on your iPhone, find the Vision Pro icon and tap it.
  7. Now press the record button – keep in mind that you need to use landscape orientation.
  8. Once you've recorded your spatial videos, you'll see each one labeled.
  9. Viewing spatial video on iPhone will be in 2D, but viewing on Vision Pro will be in 3D.

Here's what the process looks like on iPhone:

Here's the spatial video switch in the Camera app that you need to tap to record in this format:

When recording a Vision Pro spatial video, you will see a Vision Pro icon in red next to the elapsed time:

And when it is saved, you will see a “SPATIAL&#8221” icon; video label in the top corner:

Tips for recording spatial video

Apple gives some tips for getting the best results when recording Vision Pro spatial video:

  1. Keep your iPhone as steady and level as possible.
  2. Keep objects at a distance of 3 to 8 feet.
  3. Make sure the lighting is “even and bright.”

Important details about Vision Pro spatial video

  • Spatial video recording will use 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second.
  • Apple reports this minute of spatial video ” is approximately 130 MB.”
  • Spatial video can be viewed on iPhone or any Apple device in 2D, but Vision Pro is required to view in native 3D format. .

Read more 9to5Mac tutorials:

  • iPhone: How to change 5G settings to improve battery life or speed.
  • Apple is launching anti-stolen device protection for iPhone with iOS 17.3 beta, here's how it works.
  • How to Catch iMessage Impersonators Using Pin Key Test
  • How to Enable Double-Tap Gesture Control on Almost Any Apple Watch

Top Image via Apple

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *