Vizzywig 4K app is made for those with more money than sense, as just tacking on a few hundred more dollars will get you a Panasonic Lumix GH4. This software claims that it’s the “world’s first mobile app that lets you capture, edit, and distribute 4K video.” This is possible because instead of capturing video normally, it does so by shooting 4K-resolution photographs at a rate of 24 photos a second while recording synced audio on the side. iTunes Page. Continue reading for a actual 4K test footage shot with an iPhone and the app.
Peta Pixel reports, “All those photos being snapped by the 8-megapixel sensor equate to a capture rate of 72 megabytes per second, so you’ll want to make sure you have plenty of space on your phone before pressing the record button. Once the photographs are stitched together and combined with the audio, you’ll have yourself a 4K video that you can upload directly to YouTube through the app. You can also access each of the individual photographs afterwards if you wish.