Avoiding compatibility issues is crucial to enjoying your 4K, high frame rate and slow-motion footage across a myriad of devices. VideoProc can help with that. Rather than pile up a bunch of complex features you’ll never use, VideoProc is a focused app that’s very easy to use and includes a plethora of powerful features like hardware acceleration to ensure that your converted videos play back without a hiccup no matter the platform.
This newly-released video processing app lets you process your iPhone 4K footage with hardware acceleration, resize and adjust clips, apply effects, transcode videos, capture your iPhone’s screen without the red bar at the top and so forth.
Apple should hold an event this month to unveil the latest iPad Pro models for 2018. The tablets are expected to come outfitted with a USB-C port that will be used to output 4K HDR video to external displays. An updated Smart Keyboard and third-party accessories will be handled by a new Magnetic Connector on the rear side.
Apple’s first-look video shows off iPhone Xs’s camera improvements that in this generation mostly revolve around software and computational photography improvements stemming from machine learning advances. For this video, a pair of videographers used 4K, Slo-mo and Time-lapse shooting modes to create nice-looking scenes featuring water, fire, metal and light.
Does Apple’s sixth-generation iPad pack enough oomph to handle 4K video edit and export operations in iMove. And if so, how exactly does it compare to last year’s 9.7-inch iPad Pro? Watch our latest video comparison of the two tablets to find out.