CinePlay is a professional media player with timecode overlays, markers, masking and safe areas. It is ideal for dailies, portfolios, client feedback, mobile note taking and much more.
All timings are specified in timecode notation and CinePlay can read timecode stored in a movie file. You can even add a draggable timecode overlay to the movie.
Add markers during playback and export them to a range of common marker formats.
View 4:3 and 16:9 title and action safe areas over your movie.
Mask to a range of common aspect ratios.
WIDE RANGE OF SOURCES
CinePlay can import from Camera Roll, Videos app, iTunes file sharing, Kollaborate and direct web URL links.
Access your cloud projects on the move, watch videos and sync notes with your colleagues.
Take part in collaborative viewing sessions with a colleague controlling the playhead via Kollaborate.
MAINTAIN COLOR ACCURACY
Upload a Color Decision List (CDL) to Kollaborate, link it as a CDL to a movie in the Relationship Editor and CinePlay will automatically color correct the movie according to the CDL.
HOW TO IMPORT VIDEOS
* Record videos with the Camera app
* Drag videos into iTunes and sync them to your device
* Connect your device to iTunes, click on the device in the left-hand bar and go to Apps. Under File Sharing, select CinePlay and click the Add button to add a movie.
* In CinePlay, click the + button, select Web URL and enter the URL (e.g. http://www.example.com/movie.mp4).
* Connect to your Kollaborate cloud account
Note: all movies must be H.264.
Supported audio formats are WAV, MP3 and AIFF.
* CinePlay no longer uses OpenGL, which fixes some bugs / glitches and increases compatibility with future versions of iOS. This also necessitated the removal of the Kollaborate CDL coloring feature. Our recommended replacement is to use an Upload Workflow on Kollaborate to bake a LUT into a proxy.
* Fixed a crash that could occur at startup
* Lots of UI / polish tweaks
* General bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great for marking up video
I use this app to mark up hockey videos I record of my son’s travel hockey team. I export the markers, through email, to a server that creates clips based on the markers using Python scripts. The main thing I’d love to see is keyboard shortcuts to create a marker, jump between markers, play/pause, and and go frame by frame as I use my iPad Pro to film and mark them up.
It's the start of something useful
It's a nice start, but there are a few interface bugs (like video starts playing when you close the settings screen). The big disappointment (and huge part of the reason I bought it) is to mark up videos and notes for a review for the editor. You can add markers… but you can't label them or add a note. What's the point? We need to be able to add a marker, call up a keyboard, label it, and add notes. Later, we need to have list level access to the marker titles (to jump around), and to be able to export them (timecode, title & note) for the editor to use. Even better would be the ability to import an exported marker list and merge it with other exported lists from the same video so all comments can be in a single place in relation to the video being reviewed.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.