By Guest Author on Sep 19, 2010
Every time there is an update in the iPhone’s operating system the leaks start pouring in when the betas start getting passed out. This time with 4.2 it is no different. An improvement or adjustment I took notice in was the supposed tweaks to the YouTube experience and CoreMIDI support.
iLounge reports that the YouTube additions start and (apparently) end with adding of “Like” and “Dislike” buttons. If this is true it obviously offers no solace to those who’ve fallen in love with jailbreak app, YourTube 2… Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 2, 2010
I just got words about a nice little trick that allows you to insert YouTube videos in iMovie on your iPhone. It’s pretty simple, and best of all, you don’t even need a computer to do it. For this to work, you will need a jailbroken iPhone and 3 applications: Read More
By Guest Author on Sep 2, 2010
The release of iOS 4.1 will come next week sometime but Gizmodo has gotten ahold of some screenshots that show off the new operating system’s fanciest feature. As Steve Jobs announced today the new OS will enable high dynamic range photography, otherwise known as HDR.
For those who are unaware of the premise behind HDR, the feature takes multiple images to create a more colorful splash and sensation for the final product. Whether your a highly tuned photographer or just like snapping shots with your iPhone you’ll be able to experience the benefits of having such an ability within your native camera app… Read More
By Guest Author on Aug 30, 2010
TUAW recently unveiled a product design by Griffin that could change the way you think about gaming on the iPhone or iPad. The FCC has released the exciting filing that would allow up to 4 people to simultaneously play in an individual setting. Sounds cool, right?
Griffin will send 4 games along with the PartyDock that will will include party, family and casual styles of entertainment. The games will be available in the App Store and would be designed to be ran specifically with aforementioned platform. Head over to the product site for additional info including development. Read More
By Guest Author on Aug 26, 2010
Apple is infamous for creating amazing devices that have one too many steps involved in utilizing them fully. The video camera on the iPhone 4 is a great example of this. Uploading HD video to YouTube was a hassle to master. Not anymore because 720tube lets you do just that.
You choose your video from your camera roll and login to YouTube both from within the app. Then just add a title, description and other information about the clip like you normally would. Upload and enjoy…
By Sebastien Page on Aug 4, 2010
MiTube is a new app in the App Store that allows you to stream and most importantly download videos from YouTube to your iPhone. Some of you will probably remember a similar app in Cydia that was called MxTube, which was actually developed by the same guy, Max Weisel.
Something tells me MiTube won’t stay in the App Store for too long, so get on it while you. Oh, and it’s free. No more excuse for not downloading MiTube.
By Sebastien Page on Sep 8, 2008
Last week I wrote about how Cycorder is a great application for recording videos with your iPhone. That was before I realized that I had a minor issue when uploading a video recorded with Cycorder to YouTube. The problem I was having is that when I played the video on YouTube, the audio track was covered by an awful sound.
I did some research that led me to think it was my anti-virus (Zone Lab) but it was not. By doing a little more research I found out that YouTube sometimes have problems with .mov videos. .mov is the output format for videos recorded with Cycorder. YouTube help section helped me understand that it was better to upload videos in .mp4 format.
So what did I do? I opened my favorite iPhone video converter – Cucusoft Video Converter. Cucusoft converts my .mov video into a .mp4 format which is:
- Compliant with YouTube prefered format
- A lighter video, cutting the size of any video in half
Using Cucusoft to convert my Cycorder video output into .mp4 not only cut my upload time of video on YouTube in half, but it also fixed the sound issue I had with Cycorder output format.
Here is a video that I recorded with Cycorder and uploaded to YouTube…. without any sound issue.