TimeFreeze for iOS is Bringing High Speed Recording to the iPhone 4S
The video editing and effects application TimeFreeze is now coming with an update that supports recording at 60 frames per second on the iPhone. Together with the very sofisticated built in frame interpolation function TimeFreeze impresses with producing amazingly smooth slow motion videos at a twentieth of the original speed (600 frames per second footage)
(PRWEB) June 23, 2012
With the newest release of TimeFreeze (2.5.0) the TimeFreeze team is adding an in app video recorder that records video at 60 frames per second, which is twice the framerate/speed of what the iOS stock camera app supports.
For TimeFreeze this is particulary interesting because of the following reasons:
1) Video recorded at 60 frames per second can be slowed down to normal speed (30 frames per second) without any rendering time.
2) As more data is captured at a higher rate TimeFreeze can create very accurate and smooth looking ultra slow motion
3) Slow motion at 1/10th or 1/20th speed will render at double speed and quality.
This is the best update to TimeFreeze so far and it will allow the user to create perfectly crisp and clear super slow motion footage as if shot with a high end high speed camera.
In this release other improvements have also been done, such as an improved work flow, the video bitrate/quality is much better and slow motion accuracy is the best so far.
When TimeFreeze was first released in the beginning of February it was well received on iOS market and had over 50.000 users within the first couple of weeks and the customer base has kept growing since then. TimeFreeze has also been placed high on the Photo&Video top lists in many regions and blogs/reviews in numerous languages were written on the application:
More about TimeFreeze
One of the oldest Hollywood secrets in creating dramatic effects is the use of slow motion on key scenes. In movies like The Matrix and other blockbuster hits, expensive high speed cameras, that are able to recording thousands of frames per second are used to seemingly freeze time
The application provides a movie collection where you can organize all your TimeFreeze video and add titles/descriptions/tags to the final results. From the movie collection you can make use of the one-click sharing functionality to post your videos to social networks like Youtube, Facebook and Twitter. The TimeFreeze team is constituted by driven professionals with degrees in engineering physics, computer vision, computer science and visual digital design and logo-typing. All excited and dedicated to push the video editing concept on iOS to its limits.
Available on the app store at: http://www.itunes.com/apps/timefreeze
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