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This site is the official site of the application mcpro24fps. It was created to distribute additional materials related to the application.

Be sure to pay attention to the technical LUTs.

In the near future there will be a small section “Help”.

There is a Russian-language section, which may be of interest to those who can read in Russian. It is placed in a separate category.

mcpro24fps App Full Specifications


  • Multiple cameras support (where it is possible)
  • Settings for each of the cameras are saved separately


  • Recording in 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, 60 fps etc.*
  • Recording in 10-bit for a large number of devices (list of devices below).
  • Recording HLG / HDR10 HDR video
  • Support for all resolutions specified in the Camera2 API
  • Two codecs support: AVC (h264) and HEVC (h265)
  • Recording up to 500 Mb/s*
  • Optical and digital video image stabilization*
  • Setting up Log profiles through a tone curve*
  • Recording video in Log without turning on the GPU, like it is on “big” cameras
  • Huge number of Log modes for any situation
  • Tone curve adjustment via GPU
  • Image adjustment through additional GPU filters
  • Settings for hardware noise reduction, hardware sharpness, hardware correction of hot pixels
  • Additional noise reduction through the GPU
  • Configuring GOP
  • Different modes of white balance
  • Manual exposure mode and automatic exposure mode
  • Adjustment of automatic exposure correction
  • Three Focus modes: automatic continuous, automatic on touch, manual focus
  • Three perfect modes of crop-Zoom function
  • Programmable Focus and Zoom and how they work together
  • Variable bitrate mode and experimental constant bitrate mode
  • Adjustment of distortion correction
  • Deanamorphing and work with attached lenses
  • Technical LUTs for seamless interpretation of Log in post-production


  • Support for different sound sources
  • Support for different sampling rates, AAC (up to 510 kb/s) and WAV
  • Ability to integrate WAV into MP4


  • Сustomizable interface
  • Counter of dropped frames
  • Counter of video size inside the record button
  • Convenient manual focus control
  • Double-tap zooming to increase the preview for more accurate focusing in manual focus mode
  • Ability to limit manual focus from above and below (double tap on the limiter button)
  • Convenient crop-zoom control
  • Saving presets of Log profiles
  • Saving presets of GPU curve profiles
  • Manual and auto-lock automatic white balance
  • Ability to save presets of white balance settings
  • Setting up the white balance in Kelvins
  • Manual and automatic blocking of auto exposure
  • In the manual exposure mode, it is possible to change the shutter speed to a multiple of 50 and 60 hertz
  • Flashlight*
  • Fixing the orientation of the camera
  • Two types of histograms: luminance and RGB
  • Focus Peaking and Expo Peaking for the complete frame control
  • Spectral and Zebra for easy exposure control. Zebra Limits Adjustment
  • Eleven types of mesh
  • Deanamorphic preview (video remains elongated)
  • Start / stop recording on the volume buttons or a separate camera button
  • Three types of screen brightness
  • Ability to select the medium where the video will be saved (for recording to an SD card, you need a very fast card)
  • Selecting the size of a separate piece of video (on many devices there is a 4GB limit)
  • Ability to write video in pieces with overlapping or one by one
  • Indication of the focus position in the automatic continuous focus mode
  • Automatically save most settings
  • On-screen LUT for precise control of the frame when shooting
  • Advanced work with metadata

*depends on the capabilities of the device and approvals from the manufacturer for 3rd-party applications.

Turn your phone into a video camera for creating cinematic masterpieces right now!

Buy the App on

Google Play: http://bit.ly/mcpro24fps​
Amazon: http://bit.ly/mcpro24fpsamzn
Huawei AppGallery: http://bit.ly/mcpro24fpshua

10-bit recording is avalable on:

Sony Snapdragon 855/865/888

LG from V35

Asus Snapdragon 855/865/888

Samsung Snapdragon 855/865/888 / Exynos from S10e with OneUI 2.5 and above

Xiaomi Snapdragon 855/865/888 / Snapdragon 845 on Android 9 (few models)

OnePlus 7 on Android 11 and above, OnePlus 8 and above