Sophisticated Color Grading App Takes Over The World
Cinekolor a highly specialized iOS app gains international recognition even compared with such apps like Photoshop. The developer (Mr. Hassan Uriostegui) is an award winning visual effects supervisor immigrant from Mexico.
Mexican color correction app takes over the world.
CINEKOLOR, Santa Monica, Calif. - The iOS App “Cinekolor” has been profiled on the online version of “China Times” newspaper, considered as the 4th most important diary in Taiwan with a massive circulation of 1.8 million prints, it offers a profile where the app is even compared with Photoshop regarding high quality photo retouching on mobile.
The application has been completely designed and developed by a mexican young entrepreneur, the visual effects supervisor Mr. Hassan Uriostegui, who is also an expert in software engineering with a brilliant career recognized by the most important awards and festivals of the entertainment industry in Mexico like the “Ariel Award” and the “Pantalla de cristal” award.
Additionally, Cinekolor had been highlighted all around the world in specialized blogs in France, Germany, US and Mexico, gaining global attention and acquiring more than 10 thousand users in just 6 weeks, targeting a very specific niche that without any kind of marketing is quickly adopting the app as a valuable utility.
Cinekolor features specialized tools for professionals looking for a “desktop” experience on their mobile devices, offering a non linear editing experience, and advanced color grading functionalities like split tone balancing, skin enhancement and clarity adjustment.
But what is even more impressive is that It’s the only app that allow users to export the color looks as presets that can be exported to Photoshop using the highly accurate 3D LUT format recently introduced in the CS6 version, overpassing even the iOS Adobe application regarding integration with the desktop software.
This is positioning Cinekolor as a top specialized tool for mobile retouching in the global landscape, situation that is not new for the developer who was already highlighted in 2011 for introducing “Kromath” the world’s first application capable of recreating the sophisticated “chroma key” hollywood effect on stock iOS devices.
Mr Uriostegui was the Director of Video Engineering and Computer Graphics at Viddy Inc, the once considered “Instagram for video” that in 2012 raised huge fundings at a 480 million dollars valuation and that was recently acquired by Fullscreen Inc.
This is a great example of highly skilled immigrants coming to the US to contribute with first class technological developments, specially coming from the other side of the border.
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