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Extempore Review Auto Stop Recording Once the story is Over: If there’s one thing they hate, it’s when you have the awkward moment of you being finished with your recording, the the camera’s still going! Extempore fixes that by automatically stopping once you’re done. This way you have a smooth video you can use right away.

Text Size For Scripts Are Easily Adjustable: You can also adjust the script text to a number of sizes that you feel comfortable with. This is great for when the device is close or far away. Control The Script Scrolling Just The Way You Like One thing that makes Extempore great is the ability to have the script scroll while you’re recording. But if at anytime you don’t like how things are going, you can override it immediately to your liking. This way you’re not stuck trying to keep up with the words on the screen!

Text Marquee Speed: If you’re like some people who do this professionally, then you pretty much have an idea of how many words per minute you speak. Well the great news is that Extempore gives you that option to set right away before you record. And if you get it wrong? Don’t worry. You can adjust it next time!

Make videos like a Pro with advanced editing features: With Extempore Review, you’ll have the same power in your hands as the pros do. But unlike them, you won’t have spend a ton of money on your equipment!

Silent Mode- Put your phone on Silent Mode while recording: Extempore also puts your phone on silent when you forget to. Because nothing is more frustrating when you’re in the middle of recording and you get an unexpected call or text.

Front Camera or Rear Camera? No Problem: Extempore also lets you choose which camera you want to use on your phone. Want to be on screen and use the front facing camera? Go for it.But if you want to do a documentary style video while using the back facing camera and still have a script on screen...Extempore can do that too!Is there anything this app can’t do?

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