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iOS 13 adds multi-cam support, which allows apps to simultaneously capture photos, video, audio, metadata, and depth from multiple microphones and cameras (Jordan Kahn/9to5Mac)

[2019-06-07 13:55:01]

Jordan Kahn / 9to5Mac: iOS 13 adds multi-cam support, which allows apps to simultaneously capture photos, video, audio, metadata, and depth from multiple microphones and cameras  —  In iOS 13, Apple is introducing multi-cam support allowing apps to simultaneously capture photos, video, audio, metadata …

iOS 13 adds multi-cam support, which allows apps to simultaneously capture photos, video, audio, metadata, and depth from multiple microphones and cameras (Jordan Kahn/9to5Mac)


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