The iPhone 4 is out, it’s selling like hotcakes and, if you’re like me, you’re wondering how good the iPhone 4′s HD video capture is. Is it going to be good enough to take the place of a dedicated camera for making videos for your video blog, video podcast or YouTube channel? Fortunately, people are […]
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When Steve Jobs introduced the new iPhone 4, one of the most interesting announcements was that iMovie was coming to the iPhone. As popular as the iPhone platform is, adding HD video capture and iMovie to it could create a new vlogging & video podcasting explosion. Now new details are starting to come out on […]
1stVideo (App Store link) is a new $9.99 iPhone video editor that’s described as the”world’s most advanced video editing suite running on a mobile device.” Features: Use the onboard camera from within the App, or import h.264 video or pictures already saved in the Camera Roll. Edit with VeriCorder’s unique, multitrack, patent-pending editor. Send smaller […]
Microblogging site Tumblr has announced plans to make video sharing “crazy simple”. According to Tumblr: We’ll be rolling out crazy simple native video uploading to all accounts. This is designed to be an easy alternative to full-blown video sites when all you want to do is post a quick video to your blog. Tumblr notes […]
Longtime video blogger and media consultant Steve Garfield has a new book out, Get Seen: Online Video Secrets to Building Your Business, that takes a look at vlogging and video podcasting from the viewpoint of an pioneering indie content creator. The book: Examines success stories of how companies have used online video; Presents a series […]
The Ion Twin Video is the world’s first video recorder with front and back lenses.
It can film both you and what you are doing, from your perspective, at the same time – which means it could be the first video camera designed for video bloggers.
Check out this video demo for ReelDirector (App Store link) – a $7.99 video editing application for the iPhone 3GS. ReelDirector features a drag-and-drop timeline, 27 video transitions and 4 text styles at 9 positions. This takes mobile video to another level. Just amazing. Details below.
Twitter plans to add video tweeting to its mobile microblogging platform. According to a story in theÂ Telegraph: Twitter users may soon be posting real-time video tweets in addition to text tweets under plans to modernize the site. Twitter’s founders hope by adding live video-tweeting it will help boost its prominence as a fashionable social-networking […]
Developer Edgar de LeÃ³n has introduced a new video blogging plugin for WordPress, WebTV. WebTV is designed to let you attach a video to a post and upload it to most popular video distribution sites, including YouTube, Vimeo and Blip.tv. After your video is uploaded and processed, WebTV get and inserts the embed code from […]
YouTube has announced that it’s looking for video bloggers to discuss some of the little-used features of the site, and that it plans to feature some of these user-generated video: Every week we release new tools, or enhancements to current ones, to help you make better videos, connect with one another, and understand your audience. […]