Video Recording

How to switch to Video mode in the iOS 7 Camera app

If you've updated to iOS 7, you have probably noticed that a lot of the native apps and the way in which they function have changed. The Camera app is no exception and the way you toggle between modes, particularly video and photo, has also changed which has left some users confused.

Don't worry, video recording hasn't disappeared, you just access it a little differently in iOS 7, here's how:

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The iPhone 5's camera features panorama photos, simultaneous stills and video, and more

The recently announced iPhone 5 is going to sport new and improved cameras that allow you to take Panorama images be simply panning across a scene, 40% faster photo capture, better low-light performance, improved noise reduction, enhanced 1080p HD video recording, a front-facing camera that can record 720p HD video, and more.

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App for That: How to pause video recording on the iPad 2

There are hundreds of thousands of iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps for just about everything -- so how come the one you need, the one you know just has to be there, is so hard to find? Enter TiPb's new weekly feature where staff and readers alike sort through the App Store and help you find just the right App for That. This week, Sam asks:

I'm looking for an app that can pause recording video (like Android) for my iPad 2. Do you know of anything?

To see what we found for Sam, follow along after the break!

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Capture — The Quick Video Camera app now available

Capture puts an icon on your iPhone, iPod touch 4, or iPa home screen and, when tapped, immediately fires up your video camera and records. How many times have you missed something you wanted to shoot, waiting to load the camera app, toggling it into video mode and then pressing the record button? This happens to me all the time and is very frustrating.

Never miss another moment! Capture is like a record button for your home screen. It immediately starts recording video after launched, and saves the video to your Camera Roll after it quits.

Features:

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Will the iPhone 4 replace my Flip MinoHD?

When Steve Jobs announced 720p, 30fps video recording on the iPhone 4 during the WWDC 2010 keynote, the first thing that popped into my head was: "Wow, now I don't have any use for my Flip MinoHD video camera!" I have since then done some thinking and researching about this very topic to determine if this is really case.

In order for the iPhone 4 to replace my Flip, it must do close to everything just as well as the Flip. By everything, I mean video and audio quality, storage capacity, battery life, portability, convenience, and ease of use. Let's take a look after the break.

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Quick Review: Qik VideoCamera Video Recording for iPhone 3G

Qik Video Camera for the iPhone, from Qik [$0.99 - iTunes Link] finally brings 15 frames per second video recording to the iPhone 3G. It also supports zoom, has some fun filters, and adds an easy system for sending your videos via e mail.

For the complete rundown, and pictures of Qik VideoCamera's effects, stay with us after the break.

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Monday Fun Video: OWLE Hacks iPhone into Near-Broadcast Quality Video Rig

Take on OWLE team, add a hack into the iPhone dock connector, and what do you get? According to TechCrunch:

The latest prototype that OWLE has developed, which is different than what they start shipping tomorrow, allows you to use lenses with depth of field and telephoto effects, XLR microphones (both wired and wireless microphones), stereo microphones and more. Basically, it allows you to plug in any professional audio equipment that filmmakers use, on your iPhone. The mics are plugged in through the 30 pin, and the telephoto lens was cobbled together.

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iPod nano, Has Video Camera and FM Tuner, Will Travel!

So, as part of the It's only rock and roll, but we like it special music event, Apple pretty much gave the one big feature everyone wanted for the third generation iPod touch... to the nano instead.

  • Camera and mic for video (with nifty iChat style special effects!)
  • VGA 640x480 recording, H.264
  • Sync photos and video to PC (iPhoto on Mac)
  • FM Radio + Live Pause, Tagging
  • Nike +
  • Genius Mixes
  • VoiceOver
  • Still nanochromatic in wide color range
  • $149/$199 for 8GB/16GB

Still, sounds like a jogger's, or ultra-light traveler's dream music player, with a great amount of convergence built in... What do you think?

More pics after the break!

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Friday Fun Video: ZGrip iPhone Stability System

Note: We know Vimeo isn't iPhone friendly. We wish it were. Help us all by writing your favorite video sites and content producers encouraging them to use iPhone friendly formats for videos about iPhones.

Cali Lewis tweets:

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iPhone 3GS Video Recording Technical Breakdown

Automatic Filmmaker -- you may remember the from the Technologic Overkill music video filmed entirely with an iPhone 3GS -- have put together a technical breakdown of what they think so far as well a comparison with the Flip MinoHD.

If you've been putting the iPhone 3GS video camera through similar paces, let us know your results as well.

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