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Mobile Movie Tutorials with FiLMiC Pro – How To Get The Most From This App

The developers of FiLMiC Pro have created six fabulous step by step guides to help you get this most from this very accomplished and popular mobile movies app. We have published them all below, enjoy!

If you don’t yet have FilMiC Pro, you can purchase and download it here.

1 – Basic Operations

In Ep 1 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you will learn how to use this app’s focus, exposure and white balance controls to compose and record the perfect shot using FiLMiC Pro on iOS and Android, as well as how to access FiLMiC Pro’s histograms on iOS.

2 – The Action Sider

In Ep 2 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you will learn how to use the Action Slider in FiLMiC Pro on iOS and Android to manually adjust audio levels; enable a rule of thirds guide to better frame your shots; how to use image stabilisation for ultra smooth shots; how to use your smartphone’s torch as a constant light source; and how to use FiLMiC Pro’s zoom controls.

3 – Manual Modes

In Ep 3 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you will learn how to use Manual Modes in FiLMiC Pro for advanced manual control over White Balance, Focus and Exposure.

4 – Pull-to Point Automation

In Ep 4 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you will learn how to automate changes in focus, exposure and white balance values using this app’s innovative Pull-to-Point feature, in combination with the Variable Speed Slider. Perfect for those ultra smooth pull focus moves!

5 – Automatic Zoom Controls

In Ep 5 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you will learn how to to use FiLMiC Pro’s Advanced Zoom Controls for perfect zooms.

6 – Vertical Video Capture

In Ep 6 of The Epic Guide to FiLMiC Pro, you’ll learn how to use FiLMiC Pro app for vertical video capture, and still get access to advanced controls via the Action Slider, as well as manual focus, exposure and zoom controls.

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