iPhone 13 is Apple's latest high-spec smartphone that poses promising specifications to the techies. Some people find its features to be amusing, while others are quite indecisive before buying the new model.

When looking at a particular mobile gadget, the first thing that we commonly do is to check its cameras.

The iPhone 13, in this regard, has brought amazing cinematic video capability for those who love advanced photography and videography.

Apple fans would love to capture the best high-quality videos using this feature. Since the quality of the clips is very high, expect that your storage would quickly be full.

If you are thinking of diminishing your load in your iPhone 13's storage, here's a surefire way to compress your treasured videos on your device.

iPhone 13 Cinematic Video

How to Compress Videos in iPhone 13 After Using Cinematic Video Feature
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Problematic about big tiles in your iPhone 13's storage? Here's how to compress your videos on your smartphone.

According to a report by Macrumors, the new Cinematic mode for iPhone 13 models allows the users to take a more focused and deeper video with a specific subject.

Johnnie Manzari, an Apple designer, together with marketing head Kaiann Drance, said that the creation of the Cinematic mode showed more challenge compared to the Portrait mode.

Manzari continued the team behind the feature formation has researched well about cinematography improvements, as well as important transitions in filmmaking.

Moreover, he noted that viewers wanted some sort of storytelling to the feature, that's why Apple decided to stick with iPhone 13's Cinematic mode.

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How to Compress Videos in iPhone 13

Since you want to save some space for your other files and documents, you might want to refer to this technique. There is a way on how you can compress your saved clips in your iPhone 13.

First, we want you to know that there's a useful tool that can degrade the standard size of your clip. Through this feature, you can reduce the video's file size right away after you use the cinematic video.

The recording of videos is simple. For clips with various resolutions, you can immediately identify the corresponding space that you can save in your iPhone 13.

To do this, you need to go to Settings. After heading to this path, access Camera, then select Record Video. From here, you can see a lot of choices that can help you assess the recorded clips, as per News18.

Despite being a powerful smartphone, Apple's iPhone still lacks a video compression tool, that's why we need a trusted program to begin.

Start by downloading Video Compress in the App Store. Every user can use this app with ease, that's why it is one of the most recommended compression tools that you can utilize.

We broke down the whole process into five simple steps.

  1. Search for Video Compress in the App Store and download it.

  2. After installing the app, open it and select the cog icon located in the upper-right part of your screen. You can now choose a particular video from the Export File and this is where you can see the saved clip.

  3. Go back to the original app screen and click the icon that you can see. Tap the video that you will compress.

  4. Use the slider to alter the compression level of the video. You can drag it. The size of the compressed clip will depend on you.

  5. Wait for a few moments during the compression stage. Later, you can now save it to the camera roll of your iPhone 13.

iPhone 13's 10-Hour Battery Performance and ProMotion Display

Last time, we reported that the iPhone 13 Pro Max presented an impressively long battery span for 10 hours. The smartphone model was believed to be the company's device with the longest power life.

In the latest report, Apple has added improvements for third-party apps through iPhone 13 Pro's ProMotion screen.

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