PROCUTX is an iPad app that gives you full control of FCPX. With a full screen interface, PROCUTX features touchscreen versions of all your FCPX tools. Scrub through your timeline. Color grade your final product. You can even import and export right from your iPad’s screen. And because it’s an app, PROCUTX is completely updatable.
The Lynx A 3D Camera is one of the first point and shoot camera to come to the market. Shaped like a tablet, “it has specialized, front-mounted optics including a 640×480 color camera and a 3D sensor. On the front, there’s a large, 14″ color LCD screen for an instant and accurate view of imaging results. You can navigate your captured models using joysticks, just like a videogame controller.” Perfect for scene modeling, object modeling, and motion capture.
It may be the cheapest ARRI camera to hit the market. The ARRI Webcam is a USB camera that includes a desktop tripod for support. It features an LED display, of course, the classic ARRI logo.
Want to use your XLR mic to record audio right onto your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch? The Griffen MicConnect allows you to do just that. Plug it into your headphone jack and launch a compatible app like GarageBand. And boom. You’re recording. It even comes with +48V of phantom power.
Plug in the DragonFly USB Digital Audio Converter into your computer’s USB port and it replaces your sound card with an audiophile-grade 24-bit ESS Sabre conversion chip, the same chip you’ll find in many Blu-ray players. Suddenly, the sound of your movies has greater detail and clarity. And it’s all in the size of a USB stick.
The editor of Iron Man, Dan Lebental, ACE, wants you to touch your media again, so he’s developing a new editing app for iPad called TouchEdit. The simple interface features many of the classic tools some of you may recall from Steenbeck days. You use a “grease pencil” to mark in and out points. The interface also includes a source and record “monitor” as well as two “filmstrips.” Releasing soon.
The Cine Meter App for iPhone “gives you an RGB waveform monitor and a false-color picture in addition to a cine-style light meter, using the camera in your iPhone / iPod / iPad”. And surprisingly, it’s pretty accurate. Grab it on the App Store today.
Designed by color timer Dale Grahn and made by Crumblepop, Dale Grahn Color for iPad allows you to learn the ins and outs of color correction from Dale himself. Challenging you to re-create Dale’s colored shots, the app is a hands-on learning experience from the master himself. And when you’re ready, you can try out the techniques on your own photos.