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| October 11, 2013
Adobe VideoBite 2.0 Features Adobe Revel Integration And More Ways To Share Videos
Adobe has just updated its bite-sized video-editing app, Adobe VideoBite, to version 2.0. Most notably, Adobe VideoBite 2.0 features integration with Adobe's cloud-based media syncing service, Adobe Revel. Already integrated into Adobe Photoshop Express and Adobe GroupPix, Adobe Revel originally supported syncing of photos only. But a month ago, the service, as well as its official iOS app, was updated with support for videos. Consequently, it has now found its way into Adobe VideoBite through the app's 2.0 update:
[caption id="attachment_473849" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Adobe VideoBite[/caption] Adobe VideoBite 2.0 also brings more ways to share your bite-sized video creations. Now you can share them via email and text, in addition to Facebook and YouTube. Also including some iOS 7 bug fixes, Adobe VideoBite 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. Adobe VideoBite was last updated three months ago with transitions, looks (special effects), title cards, and YouTube sharing. For more information on Adobe VideoBite, check out our original review of the app here on AppAdvice. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- Save your VideoBites to Adobe Revel to view your awesome, high-quality short movies.
- Clear up space in your Camera Roll, and access your movies on any device, wherever you are.
- Upgrade to Revel Premium after 30 days to get unlimited photo & video imports - just $5.99/month.