Built into Quickfire are a slew of features that you don’t get with other video playback apps like the VLC Media Player. Because of this, the app makes it very easy for viewers to analyze and provide feedback on edited footage.
Quickfire allows for you to add notes to videos, draw directly onto individual frames, and adjust various other advanced aspects of playback. In-app notes are perfect for producers and directors to make editors aware of desired changes, and the ability to doodle onto frames allows for a number of uses. For one, you could mark up portions of a frame that need to be removed or blurred out, or you could pen notes with visual aids included. Not to be cliché, but the possibilities are truly endless.
Of course, that’s not all of Quickfire’s features. The app allows for on-the-fly color grading, an ability that lets you concoct specific looks using a set of rather basic tools. Snapshots can also be taken of individual frames, a handy function that can be applied to a number of uses. You can even create video playlists.
To sum it all up, Quickfire fills the niche of post-post-production, something that no other video app does. The app is perfect for reviewing video work after it has been done, and it sets the stage for changes and alterations that later cuts may require. In short, Quickfire is the ultimate playback app for video professionals.
- On-frame drawing capabilities.
- Advanced playback features.
- Color grading functions.
- Takes snapshots of individual frames.
- Exports notes to RTF and CSV files.
- Timecode and filename overlay.
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