For the first time, iPhone users will be recording HD video at 60 frames per second thanks to an indie dev shop (Sand Mountain Studios) which has figured out how to make the iPhone do what others thought was impossible. The app is called SloPro and it went live in the App Store this morning.
SloPro enables iOS devices to capture video at twice the normal frame rate so they can be played back in slow motion without becoming choppy. The app makes it simple to do and even lets you decide after the fact when you want the video to go in and out of slow motion. Facebook and YouTube uploading is simple as well
“One cool thing about SloPro is that you don’t even have to wait for the video to render to watch it in slow motion”, developer Spencer Smith told MacDailyNews via email. “We realized in testing that this was a must have.” .
More info and download link via Apple’s iTunes App Store (free with an optional $1.99 upgrade for more advanced features) here.