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How to make Skype, FaceTime, or Hangouts video look great

Frequently video chat with friends, co-workers, or podcasters? Here’s a few tips to look like a pro.

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Best iPhone Gimbals for Better Handheld Video

If you're going to be moving around while shooting video with your iPhone, no amount of optical image stabilization will save you from the particularly bumpy shots. Stabilize your footage and up your production value with these iPhone gimbals!

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Best lenses and lens kits for shooting video on your iPhone

What are the best lenses for shooting iPhone videos?

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Best apps for upping your YouTube and Facebook video game!

Boost your social media stardom and get creative as you shoot your videos!

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What you need to shoot pro-level video with your iPhone

Capture breathtaking video on your iPhone with some extra gear. It turns out you don't need a DSLR for great video!

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Video shootout: iPhone 6, 6s, and 6s Plus

How do the new iPhone cameras shape up for video? We took them for a spin in train stations, on bike paths, and atop rickety bridges.

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How to view WebM video on your iPhone or iPad

Google's WebM video file format has become nichely popular in the years since its debut. As a royalty-free alternative to H.264 standard, it's used for high-quality-but-low-bandwidth videos on sites like YouTube, Reddit, 4chan, and the like. I'm not going to get into the reasons why people might prefer WebMs to gifs, MP4s, MKVs, or FLVs; frankly, I see it as a personal/site-specific preference. But here's the thing: those people who desperately want to view WebMs on their iPhone? They run into a bit of a snag when using a mobile web browser.

Because Apple's QuickTime player codec doesn't support WebM. That means no WebM videos in Safari, no WebM videos in Chrome (which uses the same WebKit-based rendering engine on iOS), no WebM videos in any third-party browser or any app integrating a web view.

But don't woe over WebM just yet: There's a third-party app to save you from your troubles.

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Adobe Voice helps iPad users make video stories

Adobe on Thursday announced Voice, a new animated video app designed for the iPad. The software lets you create a video story complete with your own narration, imagery, music and motion graphics. It's free and it's available for download now from the App Store.

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Ultrakam lets you record super-high-resolution 2K video with your iPhone

VFXWarrior has launched Ultrakam a new app system that designed to take your iPhone videos to a new level, allowing you to capture video at up to 2K resolution directly on your iPhone. The Ultrakam Camera app connects to both Ultrakam Remote Control and Ultrakam Monitor apps (if you happen to have multiple iOS devices) to work as a complete video capture suite. Ultrakam supports 2K video at up to 24 frames per second, as well as timelapse and slow motion.

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Movie trailers on Instagram; awesome idea or unwelcome bloat in our feeds?

This is a movie trailer for the upcoming Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher, only it's been delivered by Instagram. Ignoring the fact that the movie has been hyped to death and back again, we're only a few weeks in with () and already we're seeing the first movie trailer. It's an interesting concept, and pretty clearly something that we're not likely to be seeing courtesy of Vine any time soon, either. But, is it a welcome addition to our Instagram feed?

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