Starting today, video upload and streaming service Vimeo is enabling Dolby Vision for creators, as well as the folks who stream content from the site, making it the first service of its kind to support Dolby’s dynamic HDR format. The only catch is that you’ll need a compatible Apple device for both uploading and playback of Dolby Vision content.
“Vimeo’s mission is to enable professional-quality video for all,” said Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud in a press release, “and today we are delivering that power in Dolby Vision to hundreds of millions of Apple users globally.”
Apple introduced the ability to record video in
Vimeo is no stranger to
According to Vimeo, the process for uploading and downloading
Vimeo users can now natively upload
Dolby Visionvideos shot on iPhone 12 models or edited in iMovie or Final Cut Pro. Similar to how professional content distributors support playback of content in Dolby Vision, Vimeo will automatically detect and play back videos in Dolby Visionon all compatible Apple devices, including iPhone 8 and later, 2nd-generation iPad Pro and later on iOS 14, Apple TV 4K on tvOS 14 connected to a Dolby VisionTV, and Mac on macOS Big Sur or later.
What’s strange about Vimeo’s announcement is that while the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro might be the only phones that can record in
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