FiLMiC Pro has just released v6.13 update bringing 10bit support with Log V3 to iPhone 12 and select Android models. Thanks to the latest update, the popular video app now fully supports 10-bit SDR capture with Log V3, promising big improvements to mobile filmmaking.
Furthermore in the latest update you get to chose between 8bit and 10bit options, with certain iPhone 12 models also naively supporting 10bit Dolby HDR video. In addition, the folks behind the app have released a super helpful video, which provides useful info on how to shoot in 10-bit in FiLMiC Pro v6.13 on iOS and Android.
Moreover, it also goes over the various gamma curves available in the Cinematographer Kit in-app purchase (priced at $13.99) in 8-bit and 10-bit. And finally, it provides a demo on how to grade your 10-bit FiLMiC Log V3 video in popular grading software suites like DaVinci Resolve.
Capture 10bit SDR Log footage with select iOS and Android devices:
Benefits of 10bit video capture in iOS and Android
10bit SDR video capture can greatly improve your videos when used in combination with the latest FiLMiC Pro Log V3 flat picture profile. This options gives you the maximum dynamic range from your smart device resulting in a more natural gradation after processing in a grading app or software like Premiere Pro, Resolve, or Final Cut Pro among others.
FiLMiC Pro is a very robust app with more 10 bit options, including Dolby Vision (iOS only), SDR and SDR with FiLMiC Log V3, than any other video app.
List of Android Phones with 10-bit Log V3 support:
- Sony Xperia 1 II / Sony Xperia 1 (10bit HDR)
- Xiaomi MI 10 / Xiaomi MI 10T
- Xiaomi Poco F2 (10-bit HDR)
- Samsung S10 Series / S20 Series (10-bit HDR)
- Samsung Note 10 & 20 Series (10-bit HDR)
- One Plus 8/Pro (10-bit SDR)
- One Plus 8T (10-bit SDR)
To learn more and explore the impressive video capabilities that FiLMiC Pro can bring to your iOS or Android device head over to their website here.
via FiLMiC Pro