Since the release of the iPhone 4 way back in June 2010, Apple’s popular smartphone has been at the forefront of the mobile filmmaking revolution. But the heat has been on recently from other mobile manufacturers, particularly Samsung, so Apple needed to come up with some pretty big news at today’s launch event regarding its flagship mobile device. So, has the Cupertino tech giant delivered?
Specialized video tools are necessary to make good productions better. Here's a quick look at the ikan T-Slate and MovieSlate for ipads, a great tool for work in the field. Also a look into the future - will mobile phones shoot 4k footage soon? And "Who Are You?" Videomaker wants to know who our readers are - take our survey, let your voice be heard!
reprinted from a Corel press release: Newest Release from Company's Digital Media Portfolio Makes it Fast and Easy for Consumers to Copy Unencrypted DVDs and Convert Videos for Playback on the Latest Mobile Devices including the new Apple iPhone(TM). Ottawa, Canada November 6, 2007 Corel Corporation (NASDAQ:CREL; TSX:CRE), a leading developer of graphics, productivity and digital media software, today announced DVD Copy(TM) 6 Plus, a new integrated software suite designed to enable consumers to enjoy their favorite video content at home or on-the-go.