Thank you for the note. This means a lot to me. We are constantly tweaking and unfortunately not always right! Our goal was to minimize confusion some of the users had as they accidentally made changes without not knowing what's going on. We also had the issue of clutter. But all that said, we had many people writing us about this master level feature so as result, we have to listen and bring it back.Thanks again for being so great and hope we can fulfill your creative journey.See you on Lightt!
On Jul 31, 2014, at 2:04 AM, Chica Chica Go Boom? Studios <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I just started using Lightt a few days ago. I was falling in love with it. I thought what made your app unique was several different features, but Lightt possessed two new abilities heretofore unseen by me. The ability to switch between filters and between fx live while recording was something I had never done before. Once I realized this capability my mind was instantly inundated with a myriad of possible uses. The second feature I loved was the ability to manipulate the strength and quality of the fx while recording. The two sliders on the left while in landscape capture. Lightt was the Rosetta Stone of iOS video apps for me. It made videography as improvisational as playing a solo in a jazz combo.
Now I can play the iPod camera like a trumpet? Choosing different timbres or fx as I shoot? Or different filters on each at the same time? I was ready to walk the earth proclaiming Lightt as the new King of the iOS camera apps.
Alas, I updated Lightt the next morning. I Saw something about 'simpler capture' but didn't really comprehend and just tapped update...
To me, I only got to play on the Stradivarius violin for one day. Or Imagine if immediately following Christmas morning was April 15. I realize I may seem a bit too involved, but this is my livelihood, one of my passions, and I will gladly pay for the older version 3.5.1. Is there anything you can do?
Thank you very much,
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