Cine Meter for iOS – Beta Testers Needed

I was looking for a few good men...

Happy New Year!

[Update 5 January: I have all the testers I need, thanks!]

I've been beavering away for a while on a new app. Cine Meter is a shutter-priority reflected light meter, an RGB waveform monitor, and a false-color display, for any iPhone / iPod / iPad with a camera and iOS 5 or later.

Cine Meter running on an iPhone 4S

Cine Meter in spot mode

Cine Meter with False-Color display

I needed help validating it on a variety of iDevices before I turned it loose. In the course of five days, volunteers with every sort of iDevice contacted me, and I've now verified that Cine Meter runs on any iDevice with a camera and iOS 5.0 or higher.

Cine Meter should appear in the App Store in the near future. I'll post on PVC when it's available.


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Adam Wilt

Adam Wilt

Adam Wilt has been working off and on in film and video for the past thirty years, while paying the bills writing software for animation, automation, broadcast graphics, and real-time control for companies including Abekas, Pinnacle, Omneon, CBS, and ABC. Since 1997 his website, adamwilt.com, has been a popular reference for information on the DV formats. He has reviewed cameras for DV Magazine and written its “Technical Difficulties” column, and taught classes and led panels at NAB, IBC, and DV Expo. He co-authored the book,”Optimizing Your Final Cut Pro System”, part of the Apple Pro Training series.