Slomo+ Your Slow Motion Video Converter
By Franz Bruckhoff
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Hi! I convert your slow motion videos to 30 fps for maximum compatibility while preserving the slow motion effect.
In other words, I convert your slow motion videos to regular videos without losing the slow motion effect. Compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Use your converted slow motion footage in editing apps which work best with standard frame rates, and manually upload them anywhere you want.
≈ Features ≈
+ Detects your slow motion videos with 60, 120 or 240 fps.
+ Tap to select a video for export to 30 fps.
+ Double-tap a video to play a preview.
+ Pan left/right to smoothly scan through a video.
+ Beautiful experimental parallax scrolling interface.
+ Export your selected videos with 30 fps in high quality to Camera Roll.
+ Exports at full original resolution and quality.
+ Amazing parallax scrolling interface.
From the creator of Haze, the weather app, and Thunderspace, the revolutionary relaxation app.
Please note: Slomo+ currently only works for videos recorded in landscape orientation (wider than tall). Slomo+ does not take the time ramp from Camera Roll into account, as it has no access to this information.
What's New in Version 1.2.1
Thanks to Dan for spotting a bug* that would sometimes cause your fantastic 240 fps slow motion videos to be converted to 120 fps rather than 30 fps. After some sleepless nights (notice the irony; developer of sophisticated sleep & relaxation apps here) I figured it out.
*a cockroach, to be precise. It was hard to spot.
Finally optimized for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Enjoy!
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READ description first! Does NOT convert to normal speed.
It says it right there in first paragraph: it preserves the slow motion. Here's what it does:
Just like film movies, digital videos are a series of single pictures that appear one at a time very quickly. How quickly they appear is measured in frames-per-second (fps). The fps of a video is mostly determined by the camera or software used to create the video.
Devices and software used to watch videos can only show videos made at certain fps rates. 30fps is one of the most common rates and can be played back on most devices and edited in most software.
The iPhone shoots slow-motion at either 120 or 240 fps. Some devices/software can't play/edit videos with such a high fps. You may have seen that if you share a slow-motion video with someone who doesn't have an iPhone, it either won't play at all or plays at normal speed. Even some video apps available for the iPhone won't play them in slow motion.
So this app takes the videos shot at 120 or 240 fps and converts them to the more universal 30 fps so pretty much any app or software or device will play them back in slow motion as you originally shot it. The downside is the quality will be lowered and the ability to edit it the way you want might be hindered.
@@@slow-mo to normal
This promised to take slo-mo to normal...made it even slower...not happy at all. Want my money back!!!
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- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Jul 17, 2015
- Version: 1.2.1
- Size: 3.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Franz Bruckhoff
- © 2013-present Franz Bruckhoff
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.