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Epic - Get Ready to See Your World in Slow Motion as Epic Allows You to Record Slow Motion Videos

Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 5th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Epic gives you and your friends an easy way to watch and share short videos in slow motion. It allows you to capture action-packed moments and then watch them slowed down. If you're satisfied with a video, it's easy to upload and share it with the world. So get to it, capture all your favorite moments, and see what they look like in epic slow motion video!

Viddy Update Captures Longer Videos With New Effects

Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 1st, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Viddy, the app that allows users to capture and share videos, has received an update that features longer videos (30 seconds), 15 new video effects and 8 new music tracks. Additionally, the app now has the ability to pause recording allowing users to film multiple segments within one video.

Full list of features from the App Store

• Toggle-based brightness / contrast and volume controls for video editing
• Simulate stop-motion capture with simple toggle-based frame rate adjustments (6, 12, 24, 30 FPS options)
• 15 all new filters ranging from vintage to sepia to x-pro with live rendering
• All new music tracks from popular artists like Snoop Lion, Fun. and Grouplove with real-time previewing
• Simplified video descriptions with active hashtags, @ mentions and links
• Swipe-based navigation for quick access to entertaining videos and interesting people
• All new Explore section with curated video categories and trending hashtags
• Geo-feeds supporting video discovery by region and current location
• Socially relevant Home feed featuring content based on user affinity and preferences
• Verified user program for celebrities, influencers and brands
• YouTube annotations, allowing users to easily link out to YouTube videos

The Portable Podcast, Episode 86

Posted by Carter Dotson on May 24th, 2011

Take a video, it'll last longer. But if vampires don't reflect, would they show up on camera?

On This Episode:

  • Carter speaks to Alex Fateyev of A-Steroids, developer of Vampire Rush. They discuss the development of the game's concept and mixing of the genres work in this game.
  • Carter speaks to co-founder of Viddy, Brett O'Brien. They discuss how Viddy works, as a sort of Instagram-esque service for capturing videos. They discuss this from both a user angle, and how people ae using the app, as well as what has gone into the app on a technical level.

  • On This Episode:

  • Host: Carter Dotson
  • Guest: Alex Fateyev, A-Steroids
  • Guest: Brett O'Brien, Viddy
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    Introducing Viddy. Like Instagram for Video

    Posted by Kyle Flanigan on May 9th, 2011
    iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

    The social networking world is growing in ways other than number of users. First came words - blog pieces and text conversations acted as the early means of communication. Then came the pictorial revolution - Flickr for photo sharing, multimedia messaging and Instagram for iPhone. Now, video is the latest method of communicating with each other, through services like Skype, Apple's FaceTime and now Viddy.

    Viddy is "a simple way for anyone to capture, produce, and share beautiful videos with the world. Record a moment of your life, give it that cinematic look with our production packs, and share it with those who matter most." The free application works on all devices that can record video through the Camera application natively.

    "In just a matter of weeks, we’ve seen an incredible surge of downloads and amazing videos shared from around the world. From marriage proposals in Italy, to guitar playing pandas in Japan, from first pumping in Tokyo, to Viddy PSA’s in LA (Don’t Viddy + Drive), from Britney Spears and Lil Wayne, to everything in between - cannonballs, classic cars, awesome catches, swimsuit models, tilt shift, back flips, hula dancing, sunsets, confessionals, dancing feet, downward dogs, figure skating, stop motion, pool parties, did I mention panda bears? Oh, and you guys love your pets" writes JJ Aguhob, President and Co-Founder of Viddy.

    The clips on Viddy are short and sweet, and are laced with beautiful effects that are strikingly similar to that of Instagram. Videos can be shared via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, as well as within the application itself.

    Viddy is a completely free service and has so far attracted over 10 000 downloads.