iVideoCamera Video Transcript
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>> Hey, guys. Brian Tong here with CNET TV with an all new show that we like to call Tap That App. You can probably guess it's all the coolest and hottest applications on mobile platforms, so we're going to be covering iPhone stuff, iPad, Google, Android. And if we find some stuff from Blackberry and Pre, we will throw those in there as well. So first off today we're going to showcase an iPhone application called iVideoCamera. It's 99 cents, and what this does is it gives your original iPhone and your iPhone 3G the ability to shoot video, which it couldn't previously do. So we're just going to jump into the application right now. And you'll see the screen pop up, this is actually the camera lens. And what we can do from here is I'm going to click on this button, and this also gives you a variety of kind of different video effects and filters, so iPhone 3GS people can use this application as well. Now let's say you also want to choose the video quality, you can select between the high video and low video quality. The lower video quality will have a higher frame rate, so the video will probably be a little smoother. For something like the original iPhone, you might want to switch down to this. And if you just don't want any effects, just click here to turn the effect off. Now let's say we have some video footage here. You can click on this icon over on the left-hand side, and this will show you a library of all the clips that you've shot. Cool thing about this is you can also share them. So if I click on "Share," it will give me access to all these different services -- we're talk about YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Flicker, and more -- and you can send this video to all these different services so people can see them anywhere that they are. And another cool feature is what they call WiFi Share. So if I flip on this switch, it allows me to share this with someone on the same WiFi network. They just pop in this little Web address, and they'll have access to all of the videos. You have this cool ability to actually zoom into the video as well, so I just double tap. This is all a digital zoom, so you're actually going to lose some quality in the picture, but you do have it handy which is a nice feature. So iVideoCamera, it's 99 cents, and this app gives your original iPhone and your iPhone 3G the ability to shoot video, and it gives your iPhone 3GS all these cool fun filters and effects to play with. So guys and gals, if there's an app that you think that I would tap, send us your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm Brian Tong. We'll catch you guys next week. ^M00:02:11 [ Music ]
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