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Blackmagic Design Announces Blackmagic Camera for Android

Blackmagic Design has announced Blackmagic Camera for Android, which adds digital film features and controls to Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones. This improves the results users can get, so shots can be potentially used for television and film production.

Based on the same operating system as Blackmagic Design’s digital film cameras, these professional features give Android content creators the same tools used in feature films, television and documentaries. Support for Blackmagic Cloud allows creators to collaborate and share media with multiple editors and colourists around the world instantly. Blackmagic Camera is now available from Google Play, free of charge.

Blackmagic Camera unlocks the power of the phone by adding digital film camera controls and operating systems. Now users can create the same cinematic ‘look’ as Hollywood feature films. Users get the same intuitive and user-friendly interface as Blackmagic Design’s award winning cameras. So it’s just like using a professional digital film camera. This means users can adjust settings such as frame rate, shutter angle, white balance and ISO all in a single tap. Or record directly to Blackmagic Cloud in industry standard files up to 8K. Recording to Blackmagic Cloud Storage lets users collaborate on DaVinci Resolve projects with editors anywhere in the world, all at the same time.

Blackmagic Camera has all the controls users need to quickly set up and start shooting. Everything is interactive, so users can tap any item and instantly change settings without searching through confusing menus. The heads-up display, or HUD, shows status and record parameters, histogram, focus peaking, levels, frame guides and more. Show or hide the HUD by swiping up or down. Auto focus by tapping the screen in the area users want to focus. Users can shoot in 16:9 or vertical aspect ratios, plus users can shoot 16:9 while holding the phone vertically if they want to shoot unobtrusively. There are also tabs for media management including uploading to Blackmagic Cloud, chat and access to advanced menus.

The heads-up display, or HUD, has the most important camera controls such as lens selection, frame rate, shutter angle, timecode, ISO, white balance, tint, histogram and audio levels. Users can adjust settings such as exposure by touching the ISO indicator, or users can change the audio levels simply by touching the audio meters. Everything is interactive, so if users tap any item they can instantaneously change its settings without having to search through complex menus. Users can clear the heads-up display to reveal the full screen image by swiping up or down with their finger.

The settings tab unlocks the full power of the phone’s camera, with quick access to advanced settings such as monitoring, audio, camera setup, recording and more. The record tab allows control over video resolution and recording format including space efficient H.264 and H.265. Professional audio options include VU or PPM audio meters. Blackmagic Camera also includes professional monitoring tools such as zebra settings for checking exposure, focus assist, frame guides and more.

Blackmagic Camera features a built-in chat workspace so Blackmagic Cloud project members can talk about shots and quickly share creative ideas, all without leaving the app. Simply log in to Blackmagic Cloud and select the project users are working on and start typing a message. Users can quickly message editors, assistants, colourists or VFX artists to talk about shot selection or to receive an update on the project. Everyone on that project can see their message and reply instantly. All this means users can keep in touch with other project members without leaving the app and missing a critical shot.

The Blackmagic Camera media tab has all the controls needed to browse or scrub clips for quick review, search and sort and view the upload status of their media. Users can also link to their DCIM folder and select clips to upload to the Blackmagic Cloud. Simply access their media from Blackmagic Camera’s all clips folder by choosing the Media button to see the thumbnails for each clip users have stored. Users can save their media to the my files folder on the phone, send it to Blackmagic Cloud Storage via Blackmagic Cloud or manually choose which clips to upload to a project library. Users can even sync media from Blackmagic Camera directly into a DaVinci Resolve project so users are ready to edit and colour grade.

Media management on Blackmagic Camera is easy, with three options depending on location and mobile data coverage. Users can record to their phone and transfer clips to a computer. This allows users to free up valuable storage space on their phone and share their files later to other users globally. Or users can log into Blackmagic Cloud and select a DaVinci Resolve project before recording. After each individual recording the media will automatically upload and sync to all members of that project. Blackmagic Camera also has a manual option where users can record their footage to their phone and then select which clips they want to upload via Blackmagic Cloud when they have a network connection.

Creating their Blackmagic ID allows users to have access to Blackmagic Cloud. It’s easy and there’s no charge. Simply tap on Blackmagic Cloud in the media tab to go to the Blackmagic Cloud website to register. Once users have created their Blackmagic ID they can log in and set up their project library. This is where projects to upload to Cloud Storage are created. With a project library set up, select for Blackmagic Camera to sync directly to Cloud Storage from the app. Invite others using their Blackmagic ID to share the project and instantly collaborate with editors and colourists globally, working on the same project.

When shooting with Blackmagic Camera, the video users capture can be instantly uploaded as a proxy file, followed by the camera originals, and saved to Blackmagic Cloud Storage. These will then automatically sync to all members of the project anywhere in the world. This means users can start editing quickly using their proxies, speeding up their workflow. Media can be constantly added to the project by multiple cameras in different locations which is automatically synced to other project members via Blackmagic Cloud. Everyone can use the proxy media and the colourist or finisher can download the original high res camera originals and render. It’s a fast, seamless and automatic way to collaborate.

“The Blackmagic Camera app for iPhone has been incredibly popular since it was launched last year,” said Grant Petty, Blackmagic Design CEO. “We are excited to be able to give users with Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel phones the same controls for shooting digital film as our professional cameras. Plus, the Blackmagic Cloud workflow lets users record to Blackmagic Cloud Storage and automatically sync with DaVinci Resolve. It’s really exciting to be able to give even more users the ability to get their footage to the newsroom or post production studios in literally seconds.”

Blackmagic Camera for Android features include:

  • Works with Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones.
  • Shoot in 16:9 or vertical aspect ratios.
  • Stealth mode for shooting 16:9 while holding phone vertically.
  • Capture in H.264 and H.265 with auto proxy generation.
  • Frame rate, shutter speed, exposure, white balance, tint and colour space camera controls.
  • Focus assist, zebra, frame guides, histogram.
  • Time of day or run time, timecode recording.
  • VU or PPM audio meters.
  • Thumbnail view of all recorded clips in media tab.
  • Preview clips with scrubber, duration, timecode and file name display.
  • Fully integrated with Blackmagic Cloud and DaVinci Resolve.
  • Record to phone, select recorded clips to share via Blackmagic Cloud or sync automatically.

Availability and Price

Blackmagic Camera for Android is available now as a free download from Google Play.

Visit https://www.blackmagicdesign.com

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