Cinema 4K Mod Apk
Video recorder for professionals that supports 4K/UHD manual focus exposure settings and many other features to maximize your Android Camera’s capabilities. Flat Profile Mode disables default sharpening effects to preserve as much detail as possible. Although the raw footage may appear flat or dull, this video is ideal for color grading and post-processing.
Cinema 4K’s Trial Mode can only record 1 minute clips.
– Resolutions 4K/UHD (2220p), Full HD (1080p), HD (720p), HD (4K/UHD)
Frame Rates 24fps-25fps30fps
Video Bitrate: From 15Mbps to up to 200Mbps
Video files can be saved to an external SD Card
– Automatic White Balance feature with Lock and Adjust
Manual Focus (2X-4X)
Exposure Compensation Exposure Lock
Manual Exposure (ISO, Exposure Time Setting)
Flat profile (increased dynamic range).
– Noise Reduction configuration
– Grid Display (Rule of Thirds Centre Cross)
Aspect Mark Display (09:9 1.85.1 2:35:1)
Digital Horizon Level Display (based upon accelerometer). Calibration is done by tapping and holding it.
– Video orientation settings for Nexus 5X (Nexus 5X owners have the option of setting Upside Down to ensure that recorded video is in correct orientation)
Recording: Low disk space warning (timer will turn red after 10 seconds).
It should be supported by your device. Tested and tested on supported Samsung Galaxy Phones.
TIP: Focus White Balance, Exposure settings can be modified during recording. You can hide these controls automatically after you begin recording, but you can easily bring them back by tapping the screen.
Cinema 4K app supports Camera2 API. Cinema 4K app supports 4K video recording. Cinema 4K also records Full HD and HD videos.
It is important to note that 4K/UHD recording is very resource-intensive so you are strongly advised to end all background tasks before beginning high resolution videos.
If you have any question or comment don;t hesitate write us: firstname.lastname@example.org
This short clip is made by Cinema 4K app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBDB3huCrYc
Important Notice: Cinema 4K App Camera2 API must be installed on the phone’s manufacturer. Cinema 4K would not function without it. Camera2 API is the only way to access pixel data at such depth. If the API isn’t implemented by the manufacturer, we can do absolutely nothing.
The problem with the encoding of new Marshmallow Samsung Galaxy models as well as the LG G4 is something we are very aware.
This can be related to the MP4 encoder engine. The application does not control the entire mp4/h.264 encoder subsystem. This means that we, and other developers who use the camera2 API, cannot fix this problem from our app. It can only be fixed by the manufacturer (like Samsung and LG). This issue has already been reported to them.
This problem can be solved with a solution:
1. Restart your smartphone
2) After the restart, record a brief clip using Cinema 4K app. This will be used as a reference clip.
2) Record video (These videos may be corrupt but they still have all audio and frames).
MP4Fix is available on the Google Play
5) With the assistance of your reference video, use MP4Fix to repair the corrupt mp4 files
Manufacturers should address this problem with their implementation of the camera2 API.