When Apple released the new iPad Pro, one of the outstanding features was centered Framing.
Among them, the wide-angle front camera on the iPad can “follow” the user’s movement in the frame, ensuring that they are always centred. The camera does not move but, based on the wide-angle lens shot by a wide-angle camera, cropped in a specific area that is moving.
This feature is not only available on FaceTime, but third-party applications can also use it.
Those who often use Zoom at work, school, or social occasions will be happy to know that Zoom has taken advantage of this new feature. According to Zoom, this feature can be activated or deactivated, so if you don’t like it, you can deactivate it at any time.
Zoom pointed out that your settings will be remembered in future meetings, which means you don’t have to worry about turning these settings on or off in each conference.
Zoom has also expanded the gallery view of all iPad models, but those using Zoom on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will see more of their meeting colleagues.
Early iPad models could see up to 25 video tiles in the gallery view, but users using Zoom on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro can now catch up to 48 video tiles (6 x 8 horizontally).