The company also recently released a new version of its free software, GoPro CineForm Studio, which adds powerful new features appealing to consumers and pros alike.
GoPro CineForm Studio (free download) is available for both Mac and Windows platforms, and enables users to adjust aspect ratios and instantly correct distortions or image stretching that typically occurs when resizing images. The software also enables users to add keyframes anywhere in the video, and add effects such as pan and zoom to introduce movement and drama to timelapse sequences. Other new features include automatic recognition for 3D videos for YouTube uploads; auto-update of HD HERO2 camera firmware; and support for .mov and .mp4 video formats to bring in content from other camera systems.
GoPro CineForm Studio Premium ($299) captures the most popular features of both CineForm’s Neo HD and Neo 3D into a singular solution designed for 2D and 3D broadcast and feature film production. The app extends the stereo 3D toolset and is optimized for multi-camera stereo rigs, such as SI, Phantom, Red, and Arri Alexa. Additional features include a new and improved UI; non destructive color correction, reframing, and 3D correction; and support for a wide range of consumer and professional 2D and 3D (single body) video cameras. Support has also been added for HD and beyond.
GoPro CineForm Studio Professional ($999) features a new and improved user interface; non-destructive color correction, reframing/image manipulation, and 3D correction; support for a 2D and 3D (all types) video cameras; and support for HD and beyond; as well as independent eye control for professional 3D camera rigs.