New tool on video-making app Firework will help vloggers shoot with multi-cameras

    Firework announced the launch its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time
    By INDO ASIAN NEWS SERVICE
    | Updated on Feb 24 2020, 06:01 PM IST
    Firework announced the launch its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time
    Firework announced the launch its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time (Firework)
    Firework announced the launch its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time
    Firework announced the launch its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time (Firework)

    Short video-making app Firework on Monday announced the launch of its multi-camera recording tool called Gemi in India that would let vloggers use both front and back cameras of the smartphone at the same time.

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    Launched exclusively on Apple App Store, the app is free and integrates special effects into real-time reporting, surpassing existing professional post-recording editing tools.

    "We see vloggers struggling to derive a balance between the front and back camera. Gemi enables the use of both cameras at the same time," said Sudarshan Kadam, Head of Business Development, Growth and Partnerships, Firework India.

    The video capturing tool allows iPhone users to shoot split screen videos using multiple cameras simultaneously.

    The AI powered (patent pending) camera superimposes the subject in front of the camera and project it to the scene from the back camera in real-time.

    California-based Firework focuses on working with some of the biggest entertainers and creators who can tell stories in 30 seconds and would debut several interesting features in the coming months to its users in India.

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    First Published Date: 24 Feb, 06:01 PM IST
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