We share great video production tips and teach you how to make video, especially online marketing videos. We want you to record video like a pro using simple tools like your smartphone, which is like having a movie studio in your pocket. We'll help you improve the quality of your video and sound. Mostly we recommend using free tools but sometimes it makes sense to spend a little money to avoid wasting your time.
Why Your iPhone 5 and 5C and iPad 4 Won't Work With iOS 11
When Apple updates it’s mobile operating system in the autumn of 2017 to
iOS 11, owners of an iPhone 5, iPhone 5C and iPad 4 will find they have been
left behind in the update.
This is a result of Apple’s policy to cease support of 32-bit Apps and
devices. Since 2013, with the introduction of the Apple A7 processor, Apple’s
mobile devices have been using 64-bit processors. The A7 processor was
introduced on the iPhone 5S and then used in the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2 and iPad
Mini 3. So all these devices will be able to update to iOS 11. But if your
device has a 32-bit processor, essentially A6X and earlier processors, your
device will effectively be consigned to history.
This means your old device will remain forever stuck at iOS 10.3.2, with
no new security updates. If you still have an iPhone 4 owner, you will know
that it refuses to update beyond iOS 7.1.2. Owners of an iPhone 5, iPhone 5C
and iPad 4 will have the same experience, although they will be stuck at iOS
Moreover, older apps that only run in 32-bit will no longer work. Nor
will they appear in your Purchased tab when you head over to the App Store. Presumably
if you want to keep using these older 32-bit apps you will have to avoid the
software update and make sure you back-up your apps.
Since the summer of 2015 all new apps and app updates have had to be
64-bit, you you should be OK with your recent downloads from the App Store.
From Apple’s perspective the move is sensible. The older 32-bit
processors cannot handle as much data as their newer 64-bit cousins, so will be slower. Furthermore,
by forcing users to keep upgrading their devices Apple keeps making more money.
However, if you are happy with the functionality of your iPhone 5, do you
really need a 5S or higher? Probably not. Your decision to upgrade will perhaps have more to do with whether you want to be seen with an older model or
you really do need the features you can only get on an iPhone 6 etc.
When it comes to making videos, yes you can do it successfully on older iPhone and iPads. The iPhone 4 is capable of shooting HD 720p and the iPad 4 will shoot HD 1080p. The problem is that your video making apps, like Filmic Pro won't work on the iPhone 4 (you are stuck with Filmic Classic) and Filmic Pro 6 struggles on an iPad 4. So the release of iOS 11 maybe the spur you need to better quality video equipment.
I have just upgraded from both of these devices to an iPhone SE. It has the same video capability of an iPhone 6S but in an iPhone 5 case. I only use my iPhone for making videos so the iPhone SE works well for me. Not only do I get the same video spec as the iPhone 6S but I get it at a cheaper price. That means I can shoot at higher frame rates (upto 120fps at 1080p and 240fps at 720p), plus shoot at upto 4K on the rear camera and upto HD 720p on the facetime camera. The added bonus is that most of my filming-making accessories remain compatible.
For a good example of a professional video made using Filmic Pro take a look at this 2014 item from the Irish broadcaster RTE, shot on an iPhone 5S.
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If you have just started using FiLMiC Pro you may not have looked in detail at the FiLMiC Pro presets that you have available by tapping the gearwheel icon. But why would you bother with FiLMiC Pro Presets? Quite simply because they offer quick access to all your regularly used settings. So why does that matter? Quite simply because creating and having a library of presets that you can quickly access will enable you to accelerate your workflow. Not only that, but you'll also be able to take advantage of any video opportunity you come across. DIY Video Studio has an article that lists the FiLMiC Pro presets and settings. Download the FiLMiC Pro apps FiLMiC Pro is available from the AppStore for iOS devices and through iTunes. You can also download FiLMiC Pro and FiLMiC Remote as the FiLMiC Pro Camera Kit . The addition of FiLMiC Remote is a great way to use a second device as an external monitor and remote control. A must have for any self shooter using the goo
Have you ever wondered how professional filmmakers and TV crews can film out of doors and get really good audio, but when you show a video on your camcorder or smartphone even the lightest of breezes spoils the sound? Wind noise in outdoor recordings really sucks. That constant thumping of the wind against the microphone is at least distracting, at worse it makes listening really hard to do. Fortunately, there is a way to protect a microphone from wind noise. It's called a dead cat. You can find many examples on eBay and Amazon but it's also easy to make one yourself, both cheaply and quickly. You can find videos on YouTube that show you how and there are a number of blog articles that not only explain what these dead cats do and how they do it, there are some that actually show you how to make your own DIY dead cat . If you don't have the time to make your own dead cat, take a look on Amazon. Here's an example for the very popular Rode VideoMic Pro plu