The iOS App Store’s “Today Tab” just got a lot more interesting! Apple has highlighted a small collection of high-quality apps for iPhone and iPad owning filmmakers. The feature called “Pro Tip: From Script to Screen” lists four apps for preproduction, five for use on set, and another four for postproduction. While it’s a good list, it’s far from complete.
iOgrapher, makers of some truly excellent smartphone mounts, is hosting its first meetup/workshop in San Marino, California on Thursday, March 22, 2018. The event will be hosted by iOgrapher’s founder, David Basulto (great guy), and according to the event’s description: “This workshop is designed to cover the basics of creating video on your iPhone or iPad. You’ll learn what to do,
Guess who’s been moonlighting. Me! Check out my first guest article for the excellent Frame.IO blog! The post describes the coolest new hardware accessories now available for live video streamers. If you’ve been broadcasting on Periscope, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, or any of the other live platforms, you’ll definitely dig this hardware roundup!
Just in case you missed my Mobile Filmmaking presentation at the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group back in July, here’s a (low angle) video of the whole enchilada! It’s PACKED with apps and accessories you need to know! Check it out! And as always, if you dig it, share it!
Today is a BIG day! Scrivener, one of the greatest writing applications ever created, is finally available for the iPad & iPhone! I wrote my book, Filmmaking with the iPad & iPhone, along with a few screenplays in the Mac version of this incredible app. I’m VERY excited to see it finally launch on iOS! In a nutshell, Scrivener is an immersive writing environment with an extensive
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@GlenBMulcahy @FiLMiCPro @LumaTouch @KineMaster @AdobeVideo Surprising, indeed! I often try to decipher Apple’s reasoning for sharing certain apps and excluding others. ...and I’m still stumped. Perhaps they are intentionally leaning towards more casual users? Even then, there are some unexpected exclusions....