SloPro - 1000fps Slow Motion Video
By Sand Mountain Studios
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The #1 Slow Motion Video App on iTunes
Shoot video at a high speed then play it back in sllloooooww motion. Just added--SUPER SLOW MOTION 1000FPS--it will blow your mind!
Featured by Gizmodo, MacWorld, Redmond Pie, Cult of Mac
Shoot, edit, and share videos in beautifully smooth slow motion without the hassle of transferring files.
Version 2.0 is a huge update--it adds fast motion, super slow, ghosting, optical flow, frame blending, exposure lock, sharing feed, and much more. Grab the free update and check it out!
ACTION SHOTS look way cooler in slow motion--try it and see.
RENDERLESS EDITING- edit in/out points, slow motion cues and speeds without waiting. This much freedom can only be found on the back of a good Harley. (fast speeds & effects still need editing)
EDIT WHILE SHOOTING- toggle slow motion while recording or do it after. You choose!
FAST MOTION- jump from slow to fast and vice versa for a fun feel.
SUPER SLOW- 500fps and 1000fps can now be simulated using optical flow. Check out the in-app tutorials for tips on getting the best results.
3 SLOW EFFECTS- optical flow, frame blending, and ghosting come standard.
HARDWARE ACCELERATION- effect rendering on the GPU happens 8x faster than on a desktop!
UNIVERSAL APP- now available for iPad
IN-APP SHARING- upload to Facebook and YouTube for free. Small upgrade fee for email, camera roll and iTunes. New option to export raw footage.
COMMUNITY FEED- upload videos to YouTube to share with other Slo Pros.
Check out our YouTube channel for tips and samples:
…or just get the app for free and try it.
NOTE: if you are getting an error about the microphone and a white screen instead of video this is due to new privacy settings in iOS7. Go to system settings -> Privacy -> Microphone and turn it on for SloPro.
What's New in Version 3.5
We have added geotagging of videos and updated the app for iOS 9.
While we were at it we have fixed some bugs including issues with exporting to Facebook and YouTube.
I wouldn't exactly call this 1,000fps or 500fps since it just records in 250fps and then sort of fills in the blanks in between to slow it down more.
Regardless, I believe thats a hardware limitation. You can technically sort of achieve this effect by using iMovie, this app pretty much just saves you from the hassle of switching apps and exporting the video.
I don't think I personally would pay $4 for the pro version but overall a pretty solid app. I just wish there was actually a way for the iPhone 6 to record in 1000fps...maybe a few more iPhone generations of unnecessary features later.
Nice, But I can get them to my camera roll without upgrade.
These are the steps so you dont need to get the $0.99 upgrade, if you're cheap like me. 1st, record your video on camera roll. Then click on the bubble with three dots on the video when your viewing your video. Then you will see a button that says more. 2nd, click on more, then click slow pro. Enable the switch.. Then you're done. Edit it from there and trim it if you'd like to.
Exported Videos Broken
I finally broke down and bought the pro version. As soon as I went to test it with exporting a video, the audio on the export is not there. When I play the video in the app it has audio, but when I go to watch the export in my Photos, it plays the video with no audio! Can anyone help me with my problem because this is such a great app and I want it to work! P.S. The audio worked on exported videos before I went "Pro"
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- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Sep 28, 2015
- Version: 3.5
- Size: 9.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sand Mountain Studios, LLC
- © 2015 Sand Mountain Studios, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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