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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

iOS Video Apps

While iMovie is the gold standard for video apps on an iOS device there are other ones out there that do similar things or take video to a new dimension.  One simplistic app that does video is called YouTube Capture.  It allows you to instantly capture video, reorder clips, add music from YouTube's library, and then upload your video to YouTube, Facebook or Twitter.  Here is their description:

Features:
* Capture the moment: Start recording instantly
* Stitch together an unlimited number of clips as you build your story
* Trim and rearrange clips right from your phone
* Add a soundtrack from your music collection or YouTube’s audio library
* Touch up videos with color correction and stabilization
* Upload to YouTube and share on Google+, Facebook, and Twitter - all in one step

Bubbli is not really a video app but it seems like it is.  What it allows you to do is take a 360 degree bubble photo of your surroundings that you can then move your way through on your device.  It even gets uploaded to the bubbli server so you can share the link with others.  Here is their description:

Bubbli is next best thing to being there. 

Check out our website http://bubb.li to learn more – including video and tutorials of the app in action. 

Only bubbles capture the world the way we see it – as one whole seamless environment – Photos and videos aren't enough. Use bubbli to recreate the view that's all around you.


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