Video Apps

Givit Video Editor for iPhone goes social with Video Stream

The videography iPhone app Givit Video Editor has been significantly updated with a Video Stream, making it a very social video sharing app. You can discover new videos from the popular feed, browse by category, and follow your friends. Just like other social services, you can also like and comment on videos.

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Givit shows off ultra-fast iOS video editing at Macworld|iWorld

Givit makes it stupefyingly easy to quickly edit video right on your iPhone. Just pick a clip, pick a highlight, repeat until you're happy, then add some text and music if the mood grabs you, and share away. No fuss. No muss. To drive that point home, Givit's own Greg Kostello met up with us on the Macworld|iWorld 2013 floor to put his own ultra-fast editing rep on the line and show us how it's done.

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Twitter's new Vine video sharing has a lot of potential, still needs a lot of work

Earlier today Twitter launched a new service and app named Vine. It was a purchase rather than something homegrown, and sits mostly on its own. I'd be tempted to explain the relationship of Twitter and Vine in similar terms to Facebook and Instagram, but frankly Vine is nowhere nearly as good yet.

Phil Nickinson from Android Central has already shared his thoughts on Vine. Here are mine.

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Cycloramic automatically rotates your iPhone 5 to capture handsfree 360 degree video

Cycloramic is a really fun video recording app that will automatically spin your iPhone 5 around and record a video. As long as your iPhone 5 is placed on a smooth, flat surface, Cycloramic will use the vibrator in the iPhone 5 to make it spin 360 degrees. Not only is this impressive and just a lot of fun to watch, but Cycloramic is a great way to capture video of everyone sitting at a table during a dinner party or family gathering.

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Check out Givit Video Highlighter and enter to win a brand new iPad mini!

Givit Video Highlighter is an app that lets you take all the videos you shoot on your iPhone or have stored in Dropbox or SkyDrive, stitch them together, add transitions, effects, and music, and easily share the finished movie with the people you care about. In other words, Givit Video Highlighter lets you take great moments and turn them into great movies. And now they've released version 1.4.0., which comes complete with Twitter and Twitter card support, a simpler, better trimming interface, fade out effects, and a new plus button to add even more clips and color breaks while editing.

If you're already a Givit user, grab the update in the App Store. If you're not, grab the free app now and give it a try:

What's more, the awesome folks are VMIX Media are so happy with the update, they want to celebrate by giving a lucky iMore reader the chance to win a brand new iPad mini of their very own.

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling VMIX which Givit Video Highlighter feature, past or present, is your absolute favorite. That's it!

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iStopMotion updated with better audio support

iStopMotion, the stop motion animation app for iPad, has been updated to version 2.0 and brings full audio support in the clip editor, more import options, ability to view audio waveform, and more. iStopMotion has been a favorite app among stop motion animation enthusiasts for 10 years, and version 2.0 just makes this great app even better. The free companion app that lets you use your iPhone as a remote camera has also been updated

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Google releases YouTube Capture for iPhone

Google has released YouTube Capture, an app dedicated to recording videos for quick upload to YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously. You can also touch up your videos with color correction, stabilization, trimming, and music tracks.

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Vimeo updates to version 3, brings new iPhone interface

Vimeo’s universal app for iOS has been updated to version 3.0 today. The changes focus on the iPhone and include tab-based navigation, a new view called Feed that allows you to browse new videos, and support background uploads while you continue to watch videos in the app. Users can also now share videos using the built-in iOS sharing features.

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Day after US by Warner Bros. lets you purchase episodes of WB TV shows the day after they air in the U.S.

Warner Bros. has released a new iPhone and iPad app call Day after US that allows users to purchase and download episodes of Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, and The Big Bang Theory the day after they air in the U.S.

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iMovie for iPhone and iPad updated for iOS 6, includes 3 new trailers and 1080p output

iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated for iOS 6 and introduces some new features including three new trailers, the ability to split audio with the iPad, slideshow creation from iPhoto, 1080p upload resolution, and more.

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