After Apple released the iOS 17.2 update in a trial manner, it announced that the update includes the “Spatial Video Capture” feature. Through this feature, you will be able to record video clips and watch them through glasses The upcoming mixed reality Vision Pro. Follow this article with us, and we will share with you all the information about the spatial video capture feature and how you can use it.
What is Spatial Video Capture?
A new option has been included in the Settings app called Spatial Video Capture. Apple explained that this feature will allow you to record videos at 1080p at a rate of 30 frames per second.
Video clips that support this feature are shot through the two upper cameras on the iPhone 15 Pro when held horizontally.
Apple then added that the best way you can use this feature is to place your iPhone in landscape orientation and make sure it is installed. She confirmed that a one-minute video will occupy a storage space equal to 130 MB.
Apple also commented that this feature is ideal if you want to capture precious moments in XNUMXD with great depth via Vision Pro.
But you should know that if you try the new feature, you will not notice a big difference between a spatial video clip and a regular video, and the reason is that it displays XNUMXD only in Apple Glass, but you can start capturing spatial video in order to obtain a content library that you can watch when it is released. VisionPro.
For your information, Apple announced last September that the new iPhone 15 Pro will support spatial video capture. In addition to the ability to watch all the videos you want through Vision Pro glasses, which announced their release date at the beginning of 2024.
If you want to try shooting videos with the new feature. All you have to do is download the iOS 17.2 Beta 2 update and install it on your device, that is, of course, if you have the intention of buying the $3500 Apple Glasses.
How does spatial video capture work?
This feature works using the True Depth camera system of the iPhone 15 Pro. This system is used to create a XNUMXD map of the space surrounding the camera.
When you record a video using this feature, your phone records all the spatial data, in addition to the usual video footage. When shooting such videos, you can move the phone to shoot from all sides. In addition to the ability to click on the screen to make the lens larger or smaller.
How to use spatial video capture
- Open the Camera app.
- Click on the button to switch to video mode.
- Tap the Spatial Video capture button.
- When a circular icon appears around the video capture button, this means the feature is turned on.
- You can adjust the feature's settings through the Camera app. Click on the icon in the upper left corner, then go to Video Settings.