Friday, May 21, 2010

creating effective videos on iPhone

Now that we have Moletvshoot (available via iTunes) for the iPhone, we can shoot and upload to Moletv quickly and easily! The only downside is the flood of long, one scene videos that are going to appear.
The answer to creating roughly edited videos is to also download Qik Video Pro for 59p for the iPhone. This allows you to pause your video recording so you can move the camera to a different angle or move to another nearby location to continue filming the next scene.
For those into animation, I would recommend iMotion. Next up, I'll need to explore a simple video editing tool on the iPhone so we can pull clips together before sending to Moletvshare.