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Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner returns with a brand new learning series: "The Making of DEAD EYE," a behind-the-scenes look at Cassius's latest "shot on FiLMiC Pro" short thriller, DEAD EYE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-1amNokWDs Episode 1: Gear Each...
FiLMiC Pro’s integration with Apple VoiceOver makes FiLMiC Pro among the most accessible video apps available.
Go behind-the-scenes on mobile filmmaker Cassius Rayner’s latest production, DEAD EYE, shooting now in London with FiLMiC Pro!
Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner – Episode 12: iPhone 12 Pro Max and FiLMiC Pro 10-bit LOG Capture
Award-winning mobile filmmaker Cassius Rayner gives you the inside scoop on shooting with the iPhone 12 Pro Max with FiLMiC Pro 10-bit LOG capture AND how to use the new deLOG V3 LUT to get the most from your post-production color grade!
Award-winning mobile filmmaker Cassius Rayner goes old-school to show you how to get the most out of your iPhone 8 Plus with FiLMiC Pro in Episode 11 of “Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner!”
In Episode 10 of “Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner,” Cassius shows you best practices for shooting a sequence with FiLMiC Pro!
FiLMiC Pro (v6.14) will remove support for the Zoom lens currently available under Settings > Camera menu on dual and tri-lens iPhones.
Award-winning filmmaker Cassius Rayner shows you how to shoot cinematic slow-motion footage with FiLMiC Pro in this new tutorial!
“Symphony of Spheres” is a short documentary from award-winning filmmaker SJ van Breda that attempts to show the process and philosophy of abstract sculptor Brendon Edwards. Shot with FiLMiC Pro.
To better achieve development and design goals, a product must be focused. We are not in the business of making Swiss Army Knives.