MoviePro - the most powerful video recording & film making app with innumerable options as seen on TIME, AppAdvice, TUAW, Mashable, Bloomberg Radio, Indiewire, Slashgear, Dailynews, Boingboing, iMore, 148apps, iClarified. Used by over 1 million people world wide ! Fully compatible and optimized for latest iPhone models with a companion MoviePro Remote app to perform all functions from another iOS device.
"To say the app is feature rich would be an understatement…In just a few minutes of using MoviePro, I am definitely impressed" - AppAdvice
"Videographers looking to up their moviemaking game might want to upgrade to MoviePro." - Time.com
"If you do a lot of moviemaking on your iPhone, you'll probably want something(MoviePro) with extended capabilities" - TUAW
"This is a video recording app that is filled to the brim with amazing features." - AppAdvice
"Hollywood for the Masses - a must have for all budding Steven Spielberg or Joe Public alike" - Lionel Bloomfield, UK
• Features •
▶ Zoom with speed control,
▶ Capture stills while recording,
▶ Record directly in Camera Roll (Enable "Save to Camera Roll" in the settings),
▶ Manual Focus, Exposure, White balance (on iPhone 7+/8+ select the Telephoto or Wide angle lens for using manual controls),
▶ Select preferred encoder HEVC(H.265) or H.264 (iPhone 6s & below support only H.264),
▶ Host of video resolutions and aspect ratios (including 1:1, 2.40:1, 2:55:1, & many others),
▶ Frame Rate - 30, 25, 24, …, 1 Fps,
▶ High fps modes (60 fps to 240 fps) **,
▶ Adjustable video quality - high bitrates for better colors, low bitrates to conserve disk space,
▶ 4K resolution (on iPhone 6s & above),
▶ Lens selection on dual camera devices (Wide, Tele, Dual),
▶ 3072x1728 @30fps (3K) resolution on iPhone 5s/iPhone 6 & 6+ at over 180 Mbps bit rate,
▶ 2592x1458 (16:9), 2560x1440 (16:9), 2560x1920 (4:3) on iPhone 5s, iPad Mini Retina, iPad Air,
▶ Support for Moondog Labs Anamorphic lens,
▶ Image flip setting option,
▶ Portrait & Landscape modes,
▶ Hide all controls while recording (select tap to Hide UI option in settings),
▶ Uncompressed Audio Option,
▶ Audio Monitoring option through headphones with adjustable input volume (mic gain) (NOTE: iPhone 6s & later do not support volume change for builtin mic),
▶ Audio Meters,
▶ Silent Audio option,
▶ External Microphone Input and set volume,
▶ Bluetooth microphone input option,
▶ Composition Guides - Thirds guide & Symmetry guides option,
▶ Choose record duration,
▶ Timer to trigger Recording,
▶ 3D touch to quick launch any preset,
▶ Share to Camera Roll Dropbox, YouTube, Facebook,
▶ Location tag, Copyright info in Video Metadata.
▶ Video Stabilisation
▶ Optical image stabilization (on supported devices),
▶ Volume Shutter option,
▶ Switch Cameras while recording without loss of Audio,
▶ Very high reliability
▶ Mini editor within the app to trim, rotate, compress videos, readjust video resolution or aspect ratio, Slow/Fast motion editing,
▶ MoviePro Remote App available separately for purchase in the AppStore that can be used to control all functions from another iOS device on the same WiFi network.
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• Contact Us •
1. Some features are dependent on device. Example, MoviePro on iPhone 6s would support 1080p recording@60 fps but iPhone X/8/8 plus are powerful enough to do 1080p recording@240 fps .
2. On dual camera devices such as iPhoneX/iPhone 8 plus/iPhone 7 plus, select Telephoto or Wide angle lens to use Manual controls, dual camera lens does not supports manual controls.
- Bug fixes for iOS 12.1
Ratings and Reviews
". . . you have made MoviePro the champion of iOS video apps."
I have experimented with a number of iOS video recording/remote control app packages. Marketing promises notwithstanding, the only one that I have found to be reliable under "field" conditions has been the MoviePro/MoviePro Remote set of apps.
As has been true with each software PAC kàge that I attempted to use, there were start up problems that needed tech support help. In MoviePro's case, it wasthe transfer of the recorded footage from my iOS device to my Mac.
Unique to MoviePro was the rapidity and effectiveness of their response. As I told them, "Your file sharing traction made the transfer easy. With this rescue off my video data, you have made MoviePro the champion of iOS video apps for me. For the first time, yesterday, I was able to operate a three camcorder recording of an important event from a chair with a side-tray, rather than standing for two hours (at 81, that matters!), and I felt that I was finally in control of everything that I needed to control. Accessing the video file add the experience perfect. Well done, and thank you for hand-holding me through the necessary problem solving."
Important Features are Always Buggy
I've been using this off and on for last month or so. Basically as soon as I got my iPhone 8+ I wanted a way to record audio using Bluetooth headphones without a separate track and this was it. Just remember to turn down the volume when in the app so you don't hear your voice. Layout is good but a little bit of a learning curve although videos are available. It allows you to have presets and more control overall with a clean see through design.
Problem is the AF, AE, and AWB glitch out a lot causing them to get stuck in the auto modes even if you attempt to refocus them. Fix action for me is to click out of the feature then click back in. I contacted the app maker and we attempted to troubleshoot but he admitted he did not have the iPhone 8+ at the time so figuring out the issue would be difficult. Built-in iPhone camera app works properly but I do like the features of Moviepro if it was reliable. Tried to record a video today only to realize the app froze 55sec in.
App is nice but when all the important features are constantly buggy then what's the point...
Not sure if this is an iPhone thing or not. Often time I set the exposure manually because I am going to pan, and I can’t count on the app not trying to adjust exposure at times.. this ruins the shot and there is no work around. I also don’t like the fact that every time I select manual exposure the setting jumps to the slowest shutter speed which results is whiteout screen that takes many finger swipes to get back to the same general exposure the camera was sitting at on auto. This waste a lot of time. The settings should not force zeroing out but stay relative to auto adjustments until I make the tuning adjustment. The text type is thin, so it’s real hard to work with the manual adjustments in outdoor light.
I mentioned the iPhone point because I noticed that absolutely nobody has made a panorama program for iPhone that also does not loose the manual exposure setting when trying to sweep the pan. I don’t understand why nobody corrects this obvious problem. I don’t want the camera trying to save me from my own settings, I know what I want to see.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.