Capture Videos Like a Pro with iPhones and iPads Using FiLMiC Pro App; Free Download; Sample Videos Added
By Pavithra Rathinavel | April 30, 2014 10:02 AM EST
The description for FiLMiC Pro app by its company Cinegenix could surprise many. According to the company (via BGR), its iOS app outsmarted the $5,000 Sony FS100 and tied the $13,000 Canon C300 in blind audience testing in a recent video camera shootout.
The company's bold statements appear to be true, as BGR thinks the quality of videos captured with the help of its iPhone and iPad app is surprisingly good; hence, it is safe to say FiLMiC Pro app could be worth the hype.
Where to Download?
The FiLMiC Pro app is now available as a free download for a limited time only. Interested users who would like to explore the possibilities of their cameras can click here to download the app.
Generic App Information
The app FiLMiC Pro converts the mobile device into a broadcast worthy "High Definition" video camera. It also offers 4x zoom and full control over focus, exposure, white balance and frame rates, in addition to "Motion Fx" functionality.
If this is not good enough, FiLMiC Pro app also offers professional tools such as audio meters and aspect ratio overlays. The company also claims this app has everything one needs in order to make a Hollywood movie, documentary, news story, music video or even travelogue.
The recently added features include external audio monitoring, Chroma Key, Screen Display options and built in integration with FiLMiC's new Remote app.
Specifications (Quick View)
- 3 different shooting modes
- 4 different resolution selections
- 4x Zoom
- 30 variable capture/output frame rates
- Audio metering and monitoring
- Stereo recording support
- Event mode: with record/pause/record feature
- Customisable saved settings
- Aspect ratio overlays (2.35:1, 4:3, 16:9)
- iTunes File Sharing
- 5 different upload destinations (Facebook, YouTube, DropBox, Vimeo, FTP Server)
- 4 different bitrate options per resolution
Below are some of the sample videos captured with the help of FiLMiC Pro app.
Watch the video below to check out a video captured by iPhone 4S with FiLMiC Pro app:
(Credit: YouTube/Martin Wallgren)
Watch the video below to check-out a short film captured by iPhone 4S with FiLMiC Pro app:
(Credit: YouTube/Matthew Pearce)
Below is another video which explains how this movie was captured with iPhone 4S and it also provides filming tips:
(Credit: YouTube/Matthew Pearce)
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