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Filmic Pro goes one step further.

At the last Apple Keynote, when the iPhone 11 was presented, all mobile content creators exulted seeing the characteristics of the latest Apple creature and its potential, but they did it also because the guys from Filmic showed up on stage, especially with CTO Chris Cohen, a very interesting news for the mobile content creation world. Which one? They were working on a heavy update of their app (Filmic Pro, in fact) which gives the possibility to manage the different cameras separately for multiple simultaneous shooting. Today Filmic Pro has taken a step forward in this direction, with the release on the App Store of the new “DoubleTake by Filmic Pro” app.

Just a taste of what will happen.

At Filmic Pro headquarters they look forward. Far ahead. Yes, because the new app, released for free, is a leap into the future thanks to the possibilities it offers, but it should be immediately specified that this is not for everyone. For obvious reasons of data to be processed, in fact, the new feature of the Filmic world is only for modern versions of the iPhone. From the xr upwards, in fact, you can play with this new toy, but those underneath forget, at least for now, this opportunity. The American company, however, is moving in steps because, if you carefully read the notes accompanying the app, you can clearly notice a phrase: “The DoubleTake can give you an early look at the multi-cam capability that will be coming to our award-winning cinema camera app FiLMiC Pro “

Everything is explained.

From the reconstruction that can be done, therefore, of the operation, it seems clear that Filmic Pro is still working on the implementation of the app to let it “digest” to as many processors as possible and not only to the latest models of iPhones. To satisfy the fans, to acquire data and to have more time, therefore, Filmic Pro has released DoubleTake. If you have at least one latest model iPhone, you can find it here.

‎DoubleTake by FiLMiC Pro

‎DoubleTake by FiLMiC transforms your iPhone into a multi-cam studio allowing you to capture video from two cameras at the same time on recent devices* *NOTE: Per iOS 13 capabilities, multi-cam video is restricted to the following devices only: iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, Xs Max, Xs and Xr….

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