3 features of camera worth on iOS 11

CyberAlchemist

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The new operating system adds a number of settings, in order to make it easier for iPhone and iPad users.

Set the HEIF format
iOS 11 uses the new image and video format, HEIF, which dramatically reduces storage space. However, its downside is compatibility as most software and hardware are now designed in JPEG format.

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On the iPhone, Apple has added settings to the machine to take advantage of the memory space savings of HEIF but still ensure the compatibility of JPEG. To set it, go to Settings> Camera> Formats and select High Efficiency.

Automatically convert HEIF to JPEG

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Even when taken in the HEIF format, user can still automatically convert it to JPEG when exporting (export). To set iPhone to automatically export to JPEG, go to Settings> Photos and set Transfer to Mac or PC to Automatic.

Put on default
Once the user opens movie or take a square photo on iPhone, or iPad and then exit, the machine will remain in the previous mode. However, most users want to open the camera in standard shooting mode.

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On iOS 11, Apple allows to keep or re-set the recording mode in Settings> Camera> Preserve Settings. In the Camera Mode, if you turn on the iPhone will preserve the previous mode (video, square photos ...), if turned off by default to return to normal shooting. Also same setup for Filter and Live Photo.
 

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So how useful is "HEIF" exactly? How much more efficient is it and does it change picture quality and if so, by how much?
Other than that, good post, very well written, nice clear pictures, overall good job, friend :)
If that phone feature is really as good as it sounds, that is absolutely amazing. Just think of how many times you wanted to install something, transfer some songs, or take a picture and suddenly it says the memory is full. That would save so many lives, figuratively :D
I hope it's as good and as magical as it sounds, i plan on buying an iPhone so this is a very useful info :)
 

CyberAlchemist

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So how useful is "HEIF" exactly? How much more efficient is it and does it change picture quality and if so, by how much?
Other than that, good post, very well written, nice clear pictures, overall good job, friend :)
If that phone feature is really as good as it sounds, that is absolutely amazing. Just think of how many times you wanted to install something, transfer some songs, or take a picture and suddenly it says the memory is full. That would save so many lives, figuratively :D
I hope it's as good and as magical as it sounds, i plan on buying an iPhone so this is a very useful info :)
I have not tried to test and see how much efficient it will be but I will check it on real files and let you know the result if possible. :)
 
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