Blackmagic’s new pro-level app for capturing video on iPhone

Blackmagic Design's new Camera app.
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Blackmagic Design has simply launched a free and feature-packed app for capturing video on the iPhone.

With the corporate’s background in constructing high-end digital-movie cameras and standard video modifying software program akin to DaVinci Resolve, the brand new Digicam app will likely be price a glance for many who need extra artistic management when capturing footage on Apple’s iPhone.

Tantalizingly, Blackmagic Design says its new iPhone app affords the identical intuitive and user-friendly interface as its award successful cameras.

As you’d anticipate, Blackmagic Design’s Digicam app allows you to take full management of assorted settings, together with body price, shutter pace, white steadiness, and ISO. The show exhibits the standing and report parameters, histogram, focus peaking, ranges, body guides, and extra, however the entire information could be cleared away in a single swipe if it will get in the best way.

The app allows you to shoot in 16:9 or vertical facet ratios, and right here’s a neat trick: you can too shoot 16:9 whereas holding the cellphone vertically if, say, you need to shoot unobtrusively.

The settings tab affords speedy entry to superior settings akin to monitoring, audio, digicam setup, recording and so forth, whereas the report tab provides you management over video decision and recording format together with business customary Apple ProRes or space-efficient H.264 and H.265. Skilled audio choices are additionally in-built, and you’ll add exterior microphones, too.

As soon as your footage is within the can, you may browse or scrub clips for fast evaluate, search, and kind.

The Digicam app additionally affords assist for Blackmagic Cloud, permitting creators to collaborate and share media with video editors wherever on the planet, and naturally it additionally integrates seamlessly with DaVinci Resolve.

Regardless of its complexity, the app takes up a mere 37MB of iPhone storage, leaving extra space for your entire footage.

Whereas Blackmagic’s newest providing clearly has means too many options for hobbyists, critical videographers will likely be tempted to take it for a spin.

Grant Petty, CEO of Blackmagic Design, describes the brand new Digicam app as “a very revolutionary workflow for creating characteristic movie high quality content material utilizing an iPhone.”

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