Reducing Energy Consumption
You may notice your fans kicking on or your device heating up while running ShotPro. If so, there are a few things that can be done to help reduce device heat and energy consumption:
Increase the Energy Saver. This option can be found in the Settings -> Other section.
Turn off High Quality mode. This option can be found in the Settings -> Other section.
Reduce Stage Resolution. This option can be found in the Settings -> Other section.
Mouse Support on iOS
With the release of iOS 13 Apple introduced mouse support on iOS. We believe that this is particularly useful for ShotPro users. This can be activated by enabling AssistiveTouch in the iOS Settings -> Accessibility -> Touch -> AssistiveTouch section. You will need a Bluetooth mouse.
Tip: When combined with a Bluetooth keyboard, you can get very close to a Desktop-class experience on your iPad or iPhone!
The Color Picker is used throughout various places within ShotPro.
They eye-drop near the bottom-right corner is used to sample a color from anywhere within ShotPro. Click on it, and then click anywhere else to take a sample.
The plus button in the bottom-right corner is used to save the current color as a preset. Presets are available to all projects on the device.
Click on a preset to apply it. Click and hold a preset to delete it.
3D View Aspect Guides
You can view the current Project’s aspect ratio in the 3D View, which can be helpful. To activate this feature, go to Settings -> Stage and click on the Aspect Guides button. Then you can adjust the amount of darkening from fully clear to fully dark.
ShotPro runs on most of the popular operating systems including macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android. Since ShotPro contains a powerful 3D rendering engine, we always recommend newer and faster hardware.
Note: The iOS version is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Note: The macOS version is compatible with all Mac models (iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, etc…).
Minimum Required OS Versions
Some users have reported being unable to make In-App Purchases on the Mac App Store version, as shown in the image to the right. A simple re-installation of ShotPro should clear this up. Go to your Applications folder and delete ShotPro. Then go to the Mac App Store, search for ShotPro and re-download it.