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Published a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High Sierra

18.06.2017 0 Comments

Changes in new operating systems, iOS and macOS 11 High Sierra quite a lot, but most of them will remain invisible to users. For example, iPhone, iPad, and Mac moved to the new formats HEVC and HEIF , which compress the captured photos and videos up to 50% compared to traditional formats.

Published a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High Sierra

Innovation may seem insignificant, but in fact it allows much more efficient use of memory devices of Apple. For example, a recent experiment showed that same picture in JPG is 2 MB and the format HEIF — 1.2 MB. Video format H. 264 occupied 61,2 MB and format HEVC (H. 265) — 33 MB.

Sorry, there were no restrictions on the hardware. The following is a list of devices that will work with HEIF and HEVC formats.

Coding HEIF

  • iOS device with Apple processor Fusion A10 and higher (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2017)).

Shooting in HEIF

  • iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2017).

Decoding HEIF

  • Hardware decoding: processor Apple A9 and above, Intel Core generation 6 and above.
  • Software decoding: all iOS devices, all Mac.

Encoding HEVC

  • 8-bit hardware encryption: CPU A10 Fusion and later, Mac with Intel Core processor of the 6th generation and above.
  • 10-bit encoding software: all Mac on macOS.

Shooting in HEVC

  • 8-bit hardware encryption: the iOS devices with the processor A10 Fusion and above (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2017)).

Decoding HEVC

  • 8-bit hardware decode: iOS device with a new A9 processor and above Mac Intel processor Core 6th generation and above.
  • 10-bit hardware decoding: iOS device with a new A9 processor and above, Mac with Intel Core 7-th generation.
  • 8-bit software decoding: all iOS devices, all Mac.
  • 10-bit software decoding: all iOS devices, all Mac.

Published a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High Sierra

To save disk space – a very important innovation, especially in the case with smartphones that does not have a memory card slot. Of course, you can choose a model with a large amount of flash memory, but the HD video is still very quickly “eat” space.

Published a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High SierraPublished a list of devices that support the formats HEVC and HEIF in iOS and macOS 11 High Sierra
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