Download Filmic Pro 2.ipa [BEST]
Modded/Hacked App: FiLMiC ProVideo Camera by FiLMiC IncBundle ID: com.cinegenix.filmic.proiTunes Store Link: -pro-video-camera/id436577167?uo=4&at=1010lce4
Download Filmic Pro 2.ipa
PC Installation Instructions:STEP 1: If necessary, uninstall the app if you have it installed on your iDevice. Some hacked IPAs will install as a duplicate app. Make sure to back it up so you don't lose your progress.STEP 2: Download the pre-hacked .IPA file from the link above to your computer.STEP 3: Download Cydia Impactor and extract the archive.STEP 4: Open/Run Cydia Impactor on your computer then connect your iOS Device and wait until your device name shows up on Cydia Impactor.STEP 5: Once your iDevice appears, drag the modded .IPA file you downloaded and drop it inside the Cydia Impactor application.STEP 6: You will now be asked to enter your iTunes/Apple ID email login & then your password. Go ahead and enter the required information..STEP 7: Wait for Cydia Impactor to finish sideloading/installing the hacked IPA.STEP 8: Once the installation is complete and you see the app on your Home Screen, you will now need to go to Settings -> General -> Profiles & Device Management. Once there, tap on the email you entered from step 6, and then tap on 'Trust [email protected]'.STEP 9: Now go to your Home Screen and open the newly installed app and everything should work fine. You may need to follow further per app instructions inside the hack's popup in-game.NOTE: For free Apple Developer accounts you will need to repeat this process every 7 days. Using a disposable Apple ID for this process is suggested but not required. Jailbroken iDevices can skip using Cydia Impactor and just install the IPA mod with AppSync & IPA Installer (or alternatives) from Cydia. If you have any questions or problems, read our Cydia Impactor topic and if you don't find a solution, post your issue down below and we'll do our best to help! If the hack does work for you, post your feedback below and help out other fellow members that are encountering issues.
You are about to download the FiLMiC Pro 6.17.1 for iPhone and iPad (Require iOS 14.1 or Later): FiLMiC Pro is a Productivity App: FiLMiC ProVideo Camera, Cinema Quality Video Capture. Move filmmaking forward. Improve your photo shooting and editing skills with this powerful tool. ...
When the testing period is over, you'll no longer be able to open the beta build. To install the App Store version of the app, download or purchase the app from the App Store. In-app purchases are free only during beta testing, and any in-app purchases made during testing will not carry over to App Store versions.
Note: To automatically download additional in-app content and assets in the background once a beta app is installed in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, or macOS 13, turn on Additional In-App Content in your App Store settings for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
When downloading IPA files, make sure you trust the source, as sideloaded apps can request access to sensitive data on your device. If you'd like an example IPA to test with, we recommend iEmulators, which is a great place for video game console emulator apps.
Make sure that your iOS device is detected in Cydia Impactor's top drop-down menu. Unplug any other devices that you may have connected to your computer to avoid any confusion, as you want to make sure to download the app onto the right device.
Once the update was downloaded and installed, I was able to use my Blue Yeti on my iPad 4 when shooting video with the native camera app and FiLMiC Pro. I could also record voice overs into my iMovie video projects, and record using the free and very good, Voice Record app.
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