LACPUG (Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group) is hosting a Mobile Movie Making Night at the Barnsdall Gallery Theater on Wednesday, July 27th at 6:45pm! It’s shaping up to be a killer event! Karl Lee Soule will be showing off Adobe’s impressive mobile apps for video production. Dave Basulto, the creator of the massively popular iOgrapher, will be presenting some terrific
UPDATE – MAY 30, 2017: Having successfully wrapped up its Kickstarter campaign, the GLIF is now available for purchase directly from the Studio Neat website! The GLIF will run you $28, while the full set with hand grip and wrist strap will set you back $55. The GLIF, one of the first iPhone camera accessories is still one of the best. And it’s about to get even better! Just in case you’ve been avoiding every article ever written about mobile filmmaking, the GLIF is a pocket-sized tripod mount for your iPhone.
During post production of my new short, 2084, I had to manage a LOT of visual effects. Every shot in the film consisted of multiple rendered layers. This often led to some fairly complex timecode calculations. Thankfully, I own a powerful timecode calculator app called, appropriately enough, Timecode ($6.99)! If you’re not already familiar with Timecode, it’s an easy to use iPhone app for
For my new short film, 2084, I needed to create the booming voice of an all-powerful, brain-washing computer overlord. So, naturally I turned to my iPad.
Looking for a quick, free, and totally absurd way to name the characters in your latest screenplay? Try rolling the Name Dice! Sure, it may seem ridiculous to assign a randomly generated monitor to a character you’ve lovingly crafted over the past year. And, well, yeah, hmmm…. Never mind. That is sort of ridiculous. Don’t use it for that. Instead, use it for the character who
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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....