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MEA Mobile First to Release an HD Filter App for Android

MEA Mobile First to Release an HD Filter App for Android


iSupr8 the Pro-Grade Answer to Instagram Video & Vine Users Wanting More

Auckland, NZ -- MEA Mobile today announced the launch of iSupr8, the world's first HD video filter app for Android. iSupr8 is a high definition vintage video app designed to offer professional 8mm vintage treatment to short films. "After 2 years in the making, iSupr8 is the only vintage motion film app for Android which shoots in 1080p HD," says Bruce Seymour, Managing Director at MEA Mobile. The app allows users to shoot a video with selectable video resolution from low to high definition, add special vintage effects, then share to a range of social networks including YouTube, Facebook, email and more.


• First HD Filter App, iSupr8 for Android now available. http://bit.ly/10foaDJ

• iSupr8 has unrestricted video lengths versus Instagram Video & Vine.

• Available for thousands of devices including the Samsung Galaxy S3 & Galaxy S4.

"Six seconds of Vine or fifteen second Instagram video clips are fine for casual users but iSupr8 was made by film enthusiasts for filmmakers seeking an authentic, vintage look," explains Seymour. The app includes a full range of adjustable film stocks that add a projector frame, flicker, grain, scratches, vignette, noise and film-burn giving a realistic effect. "Oscar winning films are now being made with little more than a mobile phone," Seymour added. "We've emulated the texture and warmness found in the original 8mm format, including authentic color grades."

"We are determined to introduce a new generation of independent filmmakers and consumers to the beauty of this old format," adds Seymour. iSupr8 is also available for iPhone, iPad and Windows 8 and Blackberry. To download iSupr8 or find more information visit: http://share.isupr8.com/

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