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FiLMiC PRO announced v6.19 at NAB 20222. If you purchase an additional CineKit version 619, it enables ProRes LogV3 + and allows iPhone users to shoot 10-bit ProRes LOG. To help streamline workflows where color rendering is an important component, CineKit (in-app purchase option) now supports Flat + & Log V3 + gamma curves.

Screenshot 2022 04 25 at 11 47 06 AM. v6.19.0 also adds full support for the Frame.io to Cloud Camera (C2C) to Cinematographer *, making FiLMiC Pro the first mobile movie camera application to become Frame.io C2C-certified. * The cinimatographer bag is an in-app purchase option. Camera to the cloud is available on the iPhone 11 and newer.

Camera to the Cloud by Frame.io is the fastest and easiest way to capture image from your camera to colleagues anywhere in the world. Once you log in to your Frame.io account in FiLMiC Pro, after each download you can develop a low-bandwidth proxy version of your clip and let it move to the cloud. From there you instantly reach out to your colleagues, wherever they are in the world.

Now when you have finished recording your clips will be below-formatted and added to the Frame.io (Automatic) upload queue, or you will be prompted to create a proxy or skip adding your clip to the upload queue (Tara). All Frame.io representatives use the purple color of the signature in your FiLMiC library.

Frame.io Upload now. Under Library you can tap the Frame.io icon to view all clips in your upload queue. When you are in the Frame.io queue, you can pause / start downloads; select clip and send to the top of the queue; then remove the clips from the queue if you no longer want to upload them. You can also add clips to the Frame.io queue from the library at any point (better if you wait until the end of a drawing day to transfer to C2C). Just select a clip that does not already represent Frame.io in the library; then click the Frame.io + icon to create a proxy and add it to the queue.

For a full overview of the Frame.io integration portal available on our website for in-depth tutorials and C2C presentation videos. Matthew Allard is a multi-talented, acclaimed ACS certified director of photography with over 30 years of experience working in more than 50 countries around the world. He is the Editor of Newsshooter.com and has been writing on the site since 2010. Matthew has won 43 ACS Awards, including four Golden Tripods. In 2016 he won the Award for Best Cinematography at 21st Century Television Awards. Matthew came to hire as a DP in Japan or for work anywhere in the world.

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