Videomaker Releases Top 5 Essential Forms for VideoSacramento Bee26, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Videomaker, the premiere website and magazine for all things video, has released the five most essential video production forms to help videographers keep...
This is amazing! I"m going to use this new tool for sure. Now, your videos can be interactive and linked to content that updates in real time. Mind blown!
Robin Good: The Mozilla Foundation is working hard to further develop its video editing and remixing platform Popcorn Maker.
In this TED video, its COO, Ryan Merkley, showcases its key features including the ability to integrate in any video and in real-time, live web content including links, maps, image feeds, news, and a lot more.
(Watch a remixed TEDTalk using Popcorn Maker -- and remix it yourself.)
Video Pro: I haven't tried this tool yet but for consumer level editing, this might be the perfect tool.
Robin Good: Loopster is a web-based free video editor which allows you to easily upload, edit, share and download your favorite video clips.
The service utilizes a traditional timeline and offers the option to edit individual clips by trimming their start and ending point, to add text captions and overlay titles, transitions, and audio effects and a soundtrack.
The final edited clip can be downloaded in .MPG format or shared directly on anyone of the major social networks.
Tel Aviv-based startup Vidmind came out of stealth today and debuted its cloud-based TV solution, which lets operators, broadcasters and retailers essentially create a white labeled version of Netflix. The company provides an Android-based set top box that can be branded for any company, cloud infrastructure to build a streaming TV service, back-end management for operators, clients for multiple platforms including mobile tablet and PC, and built-in second screen and social features so viewers can interact around content.
Vidmind was started by Danny Peled, the founder of video company GooMe, which developed apps for broadcast providers and counted Vodafone and Orange as customers. ”At the end of our time at GooMe we decided that we wanted to create a platform for OTT [over-the-top content],” Peled said. “We thought that there is big potential for a fully hosted solution for TV services.” The company lets retailers, broadcasters or content creators create a cloud-based video-on-demand (VOD) and live streaming hub, which customers can access on a subscription basis.
From the official site: The Wi-Fi enabled HERO3 is the newest and most advanced GoPro camcorder ever.
Wearable and gear mountable, waterproof to 197' (60m), capable of capturing ultra-wide 4K Cinema 15 fps / 2.7K cinema 30 fps / 1440p 48fps, 1080p 60 fps and 720p 120 fps video and 12MP photos at a rate of 30 photos per second.
Built-in Wi-Fi, GoPro App compatibility and the included Wi-Fi Remote (normally a separate $79.99 accessory).
Robin Good: The iON HD Camera Goggles are a unique set of sport googles which integrate a full-HD camcorder, microphone and touch controls.
Key features include:
>> Captures 1080p & 720p HD quality video >> Shoots 8 megapixel HD photos >> 170-degree wide angle camera lens >> Camera automatically adjusts for light levels and has infinity focus >> Utilizes an in-goggle viewfinder >> Controlled by glove-ready buttons on the side of the frame
>> Anti-Fog Infused Lens Process >> Impact Resistant Frame Technology >> High Density Lens Technology >> 100% UV Protection >> Helmet Compatible >> Dual Strap Adjustments >> Optimum™ Lens
>> Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with three-hour max run time
Robin Good: Adobe Anywhere is a cloud-based video editing suite tapping into the power and features of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude.
Your original video files are uploaded online and form there on you and your team can collaboratvley work without ever neededing to send or transfer large files.
Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Prelude, which will need to be updated before they can be used with Anywhere, will be able to operate in standalone mode or in a collaborative fashion with the new Adobe software. In standalone mode, you use project files stored on your local machine/computer as you would with previous versions of these applications. For collaborative workflows, you log into Adobe Anywhere, and then can use shared assets along and work with others on your production team who also are using Adobe Anywhere.
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