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  • Export Settings for iPhone Camera Roll

    Posted by Dan Oster on June 19, 2024 at 7:05 pm

    Hey, folks. I feel like I’m losing my mind. It used to be easier to get an exported video into my iPhone camera roll. Has something changed? Can someone tell me the process to do this in 2024? Thanks!

    Dan Oster replied 3 weeks, 1 day ago 2 Members · 4 Replies
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  • Mads Nybo jørgensen

    June 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm

    Hey Dan,

    “iPhone Camera Roll” is not a lot of information to go on.

    I suggest that you check what codecs your specific iPhone can handle?

    But in Premiere Pro, you can either:

    Under New Sequence select “Social” for various “Social Media” settings for the actual edit,

    or,

    In the Media Export Preset manager under “system presets” (“more presets” in “Preset” drop-down menu) you have 4 presets dedicated to “Mobile Device” in the alphabetic order of presets, up to 4K.

    Hope that this helps?

    Atb
    Mads

  • Dan Oster

    June 20, 2024 at 12:26 am

    Thanks, Mads. H.264 should work no problem, but I actually found the solution for this. The issue seems to be with *vertical* video. For some reason, the way it exports naturally from Premier Pro, the iPhone doesn’t want to add it to the saved videos (i.e. the camera roll). The solution is to change the Profile in the export settings from “Main” to “High” and instead of “6.0” set it to “5.2.” Strange but it works!

    Dan

  • Mads Nybo jørgensen

    June 20, 2024 at 2:11 am

    Hey Dan,

    Great that you found a solution.
    Sounds like iPhone is intended to export video out, and less so to import it.

    Out of interest, not that it should make a difference, but what happens if you “feed” the iPhone a ProRes format?

    Atb

    Mads

  • Dan Oster

    June 20, 2024 at 3:43 am

    No idea but considering how finicky the current iOS seems about importing video, I’d be skeptical that it’d work. H.264 is really the way to go. Even H.265 introduces weird ghosting issues!

    Dan

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