Yesterday we saw him Touchroom's Facebook profile (a popular photo editing app) that's a strange tweet warn us that "tomorrow (today) will be a happy day"That had made it clear that in the Darkroom scenario from the (now) health situation. Well, they've taken us out without a doubt, and they've made today even more fun … And it just happened that the newly refurbished Darkroom offers video editing support. IOS's full video color correction comes from Darkroom. After the jump we give you more details of everything that brings us to this new update.
The first thing is to tell you that They've rewritten the app to make the video editing process as fluid as we had when editing photos. Everything is done in real time: playback, zoom, crop, wrap. Of course, it's all focused on the editing of the video clips itself, we can't make montages though as we will see later they propose ways to make our "movie" complete.
It must be said that the editing options are complete, they do not come to something in them amateurs, they are very powerful. Yes, We also have the option of adding some video filters, of course, they are very well received.. They suggest some that give it a good look cinematrographic:
- C100– A bold and pure play in the cinematic mix of teal and orange. Shadows get a blue hue, the highlights get an orange hue. Call it the Harry Potter look if you will.
- C200– Black and removable C100 filter type. Black and white, with desaturated tone. This works best in urban settings.
- C300: a warm and bright look. Ideal for sunny days, sea days, good days. Do you remember those days?
- C400– A bold black and white look inspired by the first orthochromatic film writer, who was very sensitive to ultraviolet light and blue light. The skin is dark and bright.
- C500: The film-inspired look, subtle and smooth in black and white, lends its essence to orthochromatic film.
Darkroom in between perfect workflow
And the best part is that, as you can see in the previous image, it is provided with double-tasking by users Normal more than users Pro. Two types of beetles pay attention to your operating system record a video (Moment Pro or film depending on whether we need more features or not), adjust the color in the Darkroom app (or add filters if we need something simpler), then edit the video with LumaFusion (or fail) upload the video to IG directly from Darkroom). The workflow I normally see in the app recommendation, and that in addition to developing others' apps helps us by giving us an idea of what we can do in Darkroom.
When you send a video, Darkroom gives it support for H.264 and HEVC codecs, both of which have different bitrate options. In addition to this we can choose to delete metadata from the video, add watermarks, or copyright the videos we extract from Darkroom. New features joining Darkroom +, a new model of the newly rebuilt Darkroom subscription: € 4,49 per month or € 21.99 per year, giving us the option of a one-off payment of € 44.99 (and free for anyone who has ever purchased within the app).