March 9, 2013
A couple of weeks ago, Video Camera by i4software was updated to version 3.0 with several improvements and a new name, Vizzywig. Now, the app has been updated to version with 3.5 with a number of improvements and another name change. That's right. Farewell, Vizzywig. We hardly knew ye. In its stead is the name … Video Camera. Yup, Video Camera, which was renamed Vizzywig, shall now be known as Video Camera. Again. However, its official website is still at Vizzywig.com. And it appears that i4software refers to it in its App Store description as Vizzywig Video Camera. Anyway, what's more significant is that Video Camera 3.5 introduces nearly a dozen video recording improvements. First, Video Camera 3.5 adds Ken Burns effects for titles slides. Now you can apply the following to title slides: zoom in, zoom out, pan left, and pan right. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The update also adds the ability to import audio from other apps that support AudioCopy and to adjust the relative video clip and background music volume for each clip in your session. Full-resolution photo saving and multi-camera stability improvements are also included in Video Camera 3.5, as are the following:
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later, Video Camera (for a while known as Vizzywig) is available in the App Store for $19.99. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- Improved cropping for portrait imports: Improved functionality for multi-clip & photo loader. Use up and down arrows to position portrait photos and videos.
- Better music search: Now search your library by Artist, Album or Playlist keywords.
- New Load Clip/Photos options: Now you can use our original single-clip/photo loader or the new multi-clip/photo loader on either the Main UI or the Edit screen.
- Improved split clip feature: Improved Stability for SPLIT CLIP on long clips. Now includes progress bar to estimate time remaining.
- Improved remote load clip: Connect via multi-camera and load video clips and photos stored in your friends' camera roll libraries.