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mcpro24fps manual video camera APK

Updated on: January 16, 2024

App informations

Version: 040bg
File size: 1 KB
Requires Android Android 2.3+ (Gingerbread)
Category Apps, Photography
Google Play ID lv.mcprotector.mcpro24fp...
What's New

Bugfixes
Embedded x33 Cube-LUT
Embedded editable Meta-... [ read more ]

About this app

Perhaps the most powerful and advanced professional video camera app on Android! mcpro24fps will open up incredible cine...... [ read more ]

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mcpro24fps manual video camera is a complimentary Android Photography App developed by Chantal Pro SIA. Its most recent version, 040bg, was released on January 16, 2024.

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Ratings and Reviews from users

4.6
1K+ Ratings
5 ★ (48)
4 ★ (8)
3 ★ (48)
2 ★ (48)
1 ★ (887)

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3 : Good, but having an issue with HDMI Out on my S23 Ultra when selecting 1080p. In my capture card, the HDMI feed is displayed in a 1/4 size window instead of taking up the entire size of the window. This does not occur with filmic, for example. 4k seems to work fine, however it is too much of a battery drain and overkill for a 1080p livestream.

2 : Great quality on samsung galaxy s8 plus. I wish the shutter speed would stay the same when i use auto. I would like to just have auto ISO and the shutter speed stay the same. If there is a way to fix this, then the app gets 5 stars. Also i hope to see they add higher framerates! Update: November 18 2020 I really dont like this app anymore. Just took it off my tripod for vlogging and the stablization is horrible. I have a samsung galaxy s8 plus and theres no option for stabilization either.

4 : Great app, a lot of great features and latitude with video. UI can be a little messy, but the end product is pretty good. My only minor gripe is I really wish it had a remote monitor and control app to use on a second device. Filmic Pro has a remote app that is indispensable in many shooting setups.

5 : Really amazing app that does even more than Filmic Pro and some features I didn't think possible. Only major flaw is the lack of exposure options. By default auto should leave shutter at 180deg and control auto exposure with ISO and only change shutter slower if max ISO is reached or faster if min ISO is reached. Great to have manual and auto but auto should be more intelligent (not increase shutter speed and ISO like it does) and also be able to lock shutter and use auto ISO only.

3 : There are plenty of features and options to make your footage look great. I'm using the S20 Ultra and it only works up to 30fps. Any time I try to go higher, it will say Camera Lost and have to restart the app. Would give it a higher rating if the 60fps actually worked.

4 : Very powerful, with many more features than my native camera app. It's occasionally glitchy on my Pixel 6, and the haptic feedback could be better, especially when starting and stopping recording. The features make up for these small setbacks, though.

5 : Best video recorder on android i know it's a video recording app but i wish if there was a photo captureing button because the image quality is better than any very compressed photo captureing apps except the raw but the raw files are very big and you have to edit them to use them

4 : I have an LG V50 and so far so good. I saw in some videos that there is an option to create own LUT, by going to Viewfinder Settings and pressing on a smalll upward arrow left from the Display LUT. I don't have that arrow, so how can I do this on my phone? Also, how can I download Technical LUTs directly from the app, as it says on your website? Thanks for your help.

5 : Okay, except for the slightly wobbly image when handheld (I believe it's the sensor's rolling shutter to blame) it's a really useful app, of course, if you tweak the settings in the right way, based on your phone's specifications. The ONLY issue is that the digital image stabilization doesn't work for me. Is it possible to make it work in the future?

4 : Very expensive, but great camera app in my opinion. Sadly I can't find a way to turn on shutter priority. It is all auto, or all manual with exposure. Also, when I switch from the telephoto lens back to normal or ultra wide on the Xperia 1 II, it stops working. Other than that, it's amazing to have the option to have options for sharpness, color profiles, white balance, resolution and frame rates, bitrate, audio controls and more.

FAQs & Tutorials

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Q: What is an .XAPK File?

A: XAPK is a zip format standard that includes Android App Bundles or APK files (installation packages), along with OBB, cache assets, and other data files. This format ensures that an app is downloaded and runs successfully on Android devices. Due to the Google Play Store's limitation on app file sizes, developers often use the XAPK file format for apps larger than 100MB. This approach allows users to download APK files on Android without experiencing corruption issues.

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Installing APK files on Android devices is straightforward. Here's a step-by-step guide:

  1. Download the APK File: Download the APK file from this website and save it in an easy-to-find location, such as your device's 'Downloads' folder.
  2. Open and Install the APK File: Locate and open the APK file you just downloaded. A prompt will appear asking for your confirmation to install the app. Tap "Install" to proceed with the installation.
  3. Complete Installation and Launch the App: Wait for the installation process to complete. Once installed, you can open the app directly or find it in your app drawer.

Q: How to install .XAPK File?

To install an XAPK file, you need to use the Split APKs Installer (SAI) application. Here's how to do it:

  1. Install SAI: Download and install the Split APKs Installer (SAI) app. The installation process is similar to that of any regular APK file.
  2. Install the XAPK:
    - Open the Split APKs Installer (SAI) on your device.
    - In SAI, tap on the 'Install APKs/XAPK' button.
    - Navigate to the folder where you saved the downloaded XAPK file.
    - Select the XAPK file you wish to install and proceed.
  3. Complete the Installation: Follow the on-screen instructions within SAI to complete the installation process. Once the installation is finished, the app will be available in your app drawer for use.

Previous versions

mcpro24fps manual video camera 040bg
Added on: January 16, 2024
File size: 1 KB

What's New

Bugfixes
Embedded x33 Cube-LUT
Embedded editable Meta-LUT

About mcpro24fps manual video camera

Perhaps the most powerful and advanced professional video camera app on Android! mcpro24fps will open up incredible cinematic possibilities in your phone, previously available only in professional camcorders. If you have a question, please contact us: info@mcpro24fps.com.
We created mcpro24fps cinema camera exclusively for Android and therefore we are confident that the application is able to get the most out of the technical capabilities of your phone. Thousands of videographers from all over the world are already using our video camera app for professional video filming of their festival films, music videos, live reports, commercials and anything else that needs advanced capabilities to realize the authors' bold ideas.
Here are just some of the features that will surprise even the most advanced videographer:
★ Shooting in 10-bit for a large number of devices. HLG / HDR10 HDR video
★ Recording video in Log without turning on the GPU, like it is on "big" cameras
★ Huge number of Log modes for any situation.
★ Technical LUTs for seamless interpretation of Log in post-production
★ On-screen LUT for precise control of the frame when shooting
★ Deanamorphing and work with attached lenses
★ Programmable Focus and Zoom and how they work together
★ Focus Peaking and Expo Peaking for the complete frame control
★ Spectral and Zebra for easy exposure control
★ Setting up the white balance in Kelvins
★ Advanced work with metadata
★ The most flexible work with sound
★ Huge opportunities for the use of GPU resources
★ Responsive interface
★ Reliable automatic modes and the most convenient manual settings
Turn your phone into a video camera for creating cinematic masterpieces right now!
[Note]: It is important to understand that the functionality of the functions depends on the technical capabilities of your device. The Camera2 API at the Limited level or higher is required for the phone to work correctly.
Useful links:
1. If you have questions about the performance of some functions in your phone, you can ask them in the program chat in Telegram: https://t.me/mcpro24fps_en
2. Also it will be useful to read F.A.Q .: https://www.mcpro24fps.com/faq/
3. Download our free Technical LUTs for instant conversion of log footage in professional editing programs: https://www.mcpro24fps.com/technical-luts/
4. Official site: https://www.mcpro24fps.com/
The complete technical specification is very large and is published on the official website at the link above. Look at a part of them.

CAMERAS
• Multiple cameras support (where it is possible)
• Settings for each of the cameras are saved separately
VIDEO
• Recording in 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, 60 fps etc.*
• Support for all resolutions specified in the Camera2 API
• Two codecs support: AVC (h264) and HEVC (h265)
• Recording up to 500 Mb/s *
• Optical and digital video image stabilization*
• Setting up Log profiles through a tone curve *
• Tone curve adjustment via GPU
• Image adjustment through additional GPU filters
• Settings for hardware noise reduction, hardware sharpness, hardware correction of hot pixels
• Additional noise reduction through the GPU
• Configuring GOP
• Different modes of white balance
• Manual exposure mode and automatic exposure mode
• Adjustment of automatic exposure correction
• Three focus modes: automatic continuous, automatic on touch, manual focus
• Three perfect modes of crop-zoom function
• Variable bitrate mode and experimental constant bitrate mode
• Adjustment of distortion correction
SOUND
• Support for different sound sources
• Support for different sampling rates, AAC (up to 510 kb/s) and WAV
• Ability to integrate WAV into MP4
* depends on the capabilities of the device and approvals from the manufacturer for 3rd party applications.
Film your best cinematic works on mcpro24fps!