Even though it already maintains Vizzywig and Fast Camera, i4software has just released another video camera app for iOS.
The new video camera app is called Video Filters. And aptly so, as it offers 100 video filters.
But more than providing them, Video Filters allows its titular enhancements to be applied in real-time and previewed live while video recording is in progress. The app also allows the application of additional filters to filtered videos in order to achieve layered effects.
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But as it turns out, Video Filters is not all about, well, video filters. On the contrary, it also packs a ton of professional-grade video camera features:
Pause & Resume While Recording Like a $ 500 Camcorder
Full Zoom Control Including Smooth Auto-Zoom In/Out Buttons
Record Live or Import Clips From Your Camera Roll
Landscape And Portrait Support
Manual Exposure, Focus & White Balance Controls
Speed Controls for Slow Motion & Fast Motion Effects
Supports 30P, 25P, 24P and Stereo Audio for Pro Shooters
Date & Time Overlay Option + GPS Meta Data for Scientific Applications
Snap HD Photos With Filters While Recording
8MP or Max Resolution Photos With Filters While Paused
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At last week’s “Hack in the Box” conference in Amsterdam (April 8-11 2013), the jailbreak ensemble Evad3rs answered a number of questions concerning their popular evasi0n jailbreak tool, and its compatibility with iOS 6.1.3. The news, which is available in a video that only recently appeared online, is both good and bad.
First up, the good news. The Evad3rs team believes it has a number of possible exploits that could help towards developing the next major release of evasi0n – a forthcoming version of the software that would ideally jailbreak iOS 7, which Apple is expected to announce at WWDC 2013.
The bad news, however, is that the Evad3rs aren’t going to “waste time” developing a jailbreak solution for iOS 6.1.3 that supports Apple’s newer iDevices, such as the iPhone 5, iPad mini, et al.
Since Apple would only patch the jailbreak in iOS 7, it makes sense for the Evad3rs to hold on to the precious exploits already discovered and to work towards developing a jailbreak solution for the seventh iteration of Apple’s iOS, once the software update is announced and released to developers.
As such, this means jailbreakers should continue to avoid iOS 6.1.3. Though if you’ve already updated to the software, or bought an iOS device with iOS 6.1.3 preinstalled, then unfortunately you’ll be left without a jailbreak for a little while longer.
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