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4 Free iPhone Apps for Making Home Movies

4 Free iPhone Apps for Making Home Movies | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

We’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of video-sharing/-creating apps to help you document this, the best summer of your life. Add some color,vintage-touch or HD 2 your videos with these free iPhone apps.

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Rumor Has It - Is the iPad Mini already in production?

http://cnet.co/MjIkuD The 7-inch unicorn rears its mini head again, as we wonder whether August production means fall release.

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OUTRIDE by mophie

OUTRIDE is a hardware and application solution that puts the power to record and share tricks, tracks, rides and epic moments in the hands of action land and water sports enthusiasts, using only their iPhone.

Whether you have a passion for surfing, motocross or skate, there is an OUTRIDE mounting kit that will fit your sport.
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Class Action Listings - Village Voice

Class Action Listings - Village Voice | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
"Perhaps you thought the camera function on your iPhone existed only for snapping pictures of cute cats and decadent cheeseburgers. Brooklyn's Pratt encourages you to think again. "Handheld Filmmaking: Your Story—Inside and Out" teaches students how to film stories with just their iPhones (or digital cameras or "flipcams"); how to edit those stories; and how to upload them to platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo. Now if you can only get your cat or your cheeseburger to take direction. pratt.edu"
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1080p video exporting is being worked on in Avid Studio for iPad

1080p video exporting is being worked on in Avid Studio for iPad | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
Avid Studio for iPad is an excellent video editor for the iPad and is capable of editing video up to 1080p, but it’s only able to export at 720p. With the recent app update, which brought some nice fixes and features along with a retina graphics update, a small blurb appeared:

“stay tuned for 1080p export – we’re working on it!”
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How To Do An iPad Screen Recording For PC or Mac

How To Do An iPad Screen Recording For PC or Mac | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
This is written for app makers, but the step-by-step guide is great for anyone wanting to record their iPad's screen.
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25 Excellent Post-Production and Video Editing iPhone and iPad Apps

25 Excellent Post-Production and Video Editing iPhone and iPad Apps | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
The top 25 iPhone and iPad apps for video production, editing and post-production. From editing controllers, to note-taking and time management, these are some good ones.
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iOS App Vyclone Pioneers Multi-Cam Social Filmmaking

iOS App Vyclone Pioneers Multi-Cam Social Filmmaking | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
Two years ago, British musician Joe Sumner approached his relative David King Lassman with an idea. He noticed on tour that a lot of fans took mobile videos during concerts. There'd be hundreds of videos on YouTube from a single event, but there was no way to connect them all.
Each cinematographer had a unique view from where they were standing; Lassman wanted to mash the mobile videos into a single movie-like clip that took advantage of each view point. 

The result was Vyclone, an iPhone and iPad app that's launching publicly today. Vyclone allows up to four people in the same 100-foot radius to record minute-long videos. (Eventually, Vyclone will probably move to an event check-in system).

Within a few minutes, Vyclone mashes the four videos together and spits out an equal-length clip using all of the different angles. Vyclone keeps track of precise recording times, so sound is never chopped up inaccurately in the finished result.

Once the social clip has been made, Vyclone notifies each person involved in the video's creation and allows them to share it via Twitter or Facebook. They can publish to each other, to their followers, or to the entire Vyclone community. The original videos can be saved as well.

In addition, other Vyclone users can easily edit and cut the videos to their liking. So, not only are the videos socially recorded, they can be socially edited too.


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/vyclone-launch-and-funding-2012-7#ixzz228JhhWH3
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iPhone Film Festival

iPhone Film Festival | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

Submit your film to the iPhone Film Festival.


The rules are simple:


The film must be shot 100% with an Original iPhone, iPhone 3G, , iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPod Touch, or iPad and iPad2 to be eligible for a prize.

Film’s shorter than 3 minutes will be classified as a short film, film’s longer than 3 minutes will be deemed as a feature.There is no time requirements on cinematography, comedy, documentary, or commercials.

No excessive nudity or excessive profanity will be allowed. Nudity of upper body can not exceed 4 seconds and no more than 4 profane words in a film.

You cannot use copy written material unless you have a written permission to do so.You can use multiple iPhone and iPod Touch for your film.

You can use any software to edit video and audio.

You can use any software for color correction or special effects.

You can use external microphone, wide angle lens, lighting, tripod, etc.

You may NOT submit your film to any other iPhone/Mobile Festival (unless permitted by IFF via e-mail), until 6 months after IFF announces the winners.


Remember, this is a reflection of you, your work and most importantly our community.


Note the submission deadline for the 2012 iPhone Film Festival IFF4 is November 1st, all films submitted after November 1st will qualify for the Spring iPhone Film Festival IFF5.

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iSupport iPhone Filmmaking Rig

iSupport iPhone Filmmaking Rig | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it


The iSupport is a heavy-duty (yet light at 6 ounces) case which covers the iPhone 4/S and makes it a whole lot easier to use for shooting video.


You get small handles at each end, plus a tripod bush on the bottom for mounting to a tripod  or a bigger, more impressive camera rig. What sets this support apart from the others is the lens mount. The mount has a 37mm thread for adding telephoto or other lens adapters, and a pop-out rubber lens-hood for shading the iPhone’s camera from stray light.


But best of all is the price. The iSupport costs just $50, including shipping. For a pretty high-end piece of film kit, that’s a bargain.


Read more at http://www.cultofmac.com/163553/isupport-iphone-filmmaking-rig/#HH2gotFVmZuSHWru.99

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Padcaster and Lenscaster for Professional iPad Video Production

Padcaster and Lenscaster for Professional iPad Video Production | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

While iPhone photographers and videographers can add lights, lenses, and other accessories to their devices with special cases like the Phocus, those planning to use the iPad for video journalism, livestreaming, and filmmaking have been left out. That's about to change, with the imminent arrival of the Padcaster (US$149.00) and Padcaster/Lenscaster combo ($189.00) from The Padcaster, LLC.

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The iPhone Swivl

The iPhone Swivl | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

The iPhone Swivl is an interesting new device that tracks movement via sensor while your iPhone shoots smooth panning video. It tilts up and down and rotates a whole 360 degrees.

The Swivl knows who or what you want to film by tracking an easy-to-wear and super compact 3-in-1 sensor. It acts as a sensor for movement, a microphone for crystal clear audio and a remote for fine-tuned Swivl control.

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Top 5 movies filmed on Smartphones

Top 5 movies filmed on Smartphones | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

This film by South Korean filmmaker, Park Chan-Wook won the Golden Bear Award for Best Short at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival (IFF) in 2011. The movie was filmed using the iPhone 4.

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Stabil-i: Premium Video Stabilization iPhone Case

The Stabil-i Case is the world’s first, pocket-sized, precision balanced, video stabilization phone case that truly eliminates shake.
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Paparazzo Adds A 300 Lumen LED Light To Your iPhone (video) - Geeky gadgets

Paparazzo Adds A 300 Lumen LED Light To Your iPhone (video) - Geeky gadgets | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
A new iPhone gadget is currently on Kickstarter called the Paparazzo iPhone Light, wich has been designed to help you take a better photograph, and has been inspired by the flash bulbs used in the early 20th century, and adds a 300 lumen LED light to your iPhone.
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FIE Composer - TheAppWhisperer

FIE Composer - TheAppWhisperer | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
A next generation storyboarding and previsualization tool for use by filmmakers and artists. Composer focuses on the essential forms of visual filmmaking: staging, pose, angle, sequence. It focuses on workflow and simplicity while maintaining the utmost in technical accuracy. It’s shot planning for real filmmakers.
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5 Features Of Apple's iPad Smart Cover That Make Will Make Your Jaw Drop - Tablet Crunch

5 Features Of Apple's iPad Smart Cover That Make Will Make Your Jaw Drop - Tablet Crunch | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
By the looks of things, Apple is ready to take the iPad cover to a whole new level.
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iPhone Shoot 3D Videos Using 3D Cone

iPhone Shoot 3D Videos Using 3D Cone | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
Want to shoot 3D movies with your iPhone? 3D Cone by Saturan3Designs is composed of two mirrors that capture the left and right sides of a scene. It hasn't been released yet, but the developers are making a pledge to start the mass production soon. If you make a pledge of $29 or more, you'll get your 3D cone this fall.

http://kck.st/PozoQj

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Vertical Video Syndrome

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Just because you CAN shoot vertical video with your iPhone, doesn't mean you should.
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1st Video Editing App

1st Video Editing App | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it
If you are going to produce almost professional video with iDevices..you need a really good editing app. Well, Vancouver based VeriCorder has developed an app called 1st Video that provides a solid editing platform for iPhone and iPad. VeriCorder Technology Inc. calls it the world’s most advanced iPhone and iPad mobile media applications for recording, editing, and sending audio, video and photo files. A portable audio and video editing studio in the palm of your hand.
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iPhone Popup Film Festival

The iPhone Popup Film Festival offers a chance for people making films on their iPhone or iPod Touch to get together, show their work, be inspired and see first hand what others are doing. It will also be an opportunity to collaborate and network.


It’s your night and your festival so it will be up to you, the filmmaker, to make the most of it.

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Patton Oswalt’s Letters to Both Sides: His keynote address at Montreal’s Just For Laughs 2012 | The Comic's Comic

Patton Oswalt’s Letters to Both Sides: His keynote address at Montreal’s Just For Laughs 2012 | The Comic's Comic | iFilmmaking | Scoop.it

(Oswalt holds up an iPhone)


"In my hand right now I’m holding more filmmaking technology than Orsen Welles had when he filmed Citizen Kane.


I’m holding almost the same amount of cinematography, post-editing, sound editing, and broadcast capabilities as you have at your tv network.


In a couple of years it’s going to be fucking equal. I see what’s fucking coming. This isn’t a threat, this is an offer. We like to create. We’re the ones who love to make shit all the time. You’re the ones who like to discover it and patronize it support it and nurture it and broadcast it. Just get out of our way when we do it.


If you get out of our way and we fuckin’ get out and fall on our face, we won’t blame you like we did in the past. Because we won’t have taken any of your notes, so it’ll truly be on us.


I don’t know if you’ve seen the stuff uploaded to Youtube. There are sitcoms now on the internet, some of them are brilliant, some of them are “meh,” some of them fuckin suck. At about the same ratio that things are brilliant and “meh” and suck on your network.


If you think that we’re somehow going to turn on you later if what we do falls on its face, and blame you because we can’t take criticism? Let me tell you one thing: We have gone through years of open mics to get where we need to get. Criticism is nothing to us, and comment threads are fucking electrons."


Signed,


Patton Oswalt

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Live Edit your iPhone Videos with Video Camera

With i4software's new video camera iPhone app, you can shoot and edit multi-cam using your iPhone.


  • Connect and simultaneously record from up to EIGHT devices linked over WiFi.
  • Receive Remote Camera clips at full resolution.
  • 1920x1080, 1280x720 and 640x360 resolutions on supported devices.
  • With the iPad Camera Connection kit import and edit clips from many popular cameras, including GoPro Hero, Panasonic GH1, Canon PowerShot S100, 60D, and more!
  • Process your final movie right on the spot.
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iPhone Filmmaking Tips

Get a behind the scenes look at an iPhone short film (which you can see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQSxP6A5f5w ) as well as some tips and tricks for iPhone filmmaking, from shooting to post production.

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