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Discussion in 'Movi Technical' started by Brandon Hoffman, Jun 18, 2018.
This is the Freefly Live video that addresses Movilapse and Timelapse:
There too: -- skip to about 5:50 -- the sound's weak to start with but improves.
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Yes, that’s the video I’m talking about. I just linked to it above as well.
The sound up to about 05:02 is just setup of the live session. It’s fine after that, and there’s no actual content in the first five minutes.
Please submit feature requests and feedback at the form at gomovi.com/beta
This is monitored much more frequently than the forum.
Great video. Is everybody using the beta version - is it stable?
I believe the app isn’t listed because the video files are automatically saved to the camera roll. Movi would have to add the feature to save to the app itself and not the camera roll for it to appear in iTunes file share. (Again, I believe)bj
Yes! Very stable. (except for my occasional annoyance with frame rates). It is nice to be able to adjust white balance.
All well and good, but how about publishing a list of requested features etc, so we aren’t blindly submitting requests/feedback that has either already been reported or is under consideration and being worked on. I’ve used the form and requested this and got nowhere... just curious why this is not a reasonable idea? Surely having a public list, or something in the beta release notes would save us from redundant submitting, and FF from reading redundant requests. Just sayin’!
how about publishing a list of requested features etc
Great idea! Its low priority right now but on our list.
I’ve used the form and requested this and got nowhere...
I see you submitted about a week ago. I hope you were not expecting us to design, develop, test and release your feature request in about a week :/ We are definitely reading all the inputs and discussing during our design meetings!
just curious why this is not a reasonable idea?
Exactly. Why not? I think its very reasonable
FF from reading redundant requests
Right now without any special website for this purpose, getting redundant requests is actually really useful. It shows us how many people are interested in certain features. Additionally, everybody has different definition and needs. Getting multiple descriptions of use cases helps us understand the needs much better and hit a better balance between design and schedule.
Thanks for the reply and the explanation, Deniz.