Company: Cheol Kim
Updated Mar 01, 2021
RECO - 4K VIDEO & FILM FILTER is an entertainment app developed by Cheol Kim, and is available for download on both iOS and Android devices. The app is compatible with iOS 14.1 or later.
RECO is Video Camcoder that combines digital camera and film sensitivity.
You can continue to play music while recording video.
Try filming a music video cover dance video
It supports not only iPhone basic speaker but also Bluetooth speaker.
■ 4K / FULL HD Video Record
■ 35mm film filters from Kodak, Fuji, Agfa
■ Does not stop playing music while recording
■ High Definition Video Live Filter
■ Taking photos that support AI mode
Make details within the moment
Color - Volume real time adjustment
Various themes Natural beauty
main function :
- Realtime filter video (35mm film filter)
- Digital zoom 4x (up to 4x magnification)
- Fuji, Kodak, Agfa 36mm film filter (black and white filter)
- Self mode
- EXIF data storage (including position data)
- Timer and flash function
- Grid mode view
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To install RECO on your PC you need to have an android emulator to be able to run this app on your computer. We recommend using Bluestacks. How to use BlueStacks to run RECO on PC/Mac.
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Can someone explain to me how to adjust frame rate within the app? Or does it just default to 30 or 60 FPS? Seems pretty silly to offer filters that replicate film and Cinema, but yet you can’t shoot in 24 FPS(?)
i am thoroughly enjoying this app and how it ties together well with filca through its film series filters. i do have one request however, if it’s possible to provide an option of film grain similar to that in filca.
If you really understand film and cinema you will love this app. I feel like a kid right now. So many ideas I have because of this app. Thanks!
So I bought the video app, if I wanted to take pictures instead of video, does that mean I have to buy the camera app??