The global karaoke party in Sing! Karaoke by Smule has just become even more exciting with the introduction of video support.
Since its launch in August 2012, Sing! Karaoke has been encouraging you to sing popular songs with your friends and other users from around the world. Now, it’s letting you create what are essentially music videos with others by collaborating with them and capturing your performances on video.
“Sing! Video allows you to seamlessly record video as you perform solos and duets,” Smule notes. “All of the mixing and rendering of these duets, including transitions, happens automatically on your iPhone and in the cloud on the Smule network.”
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Indeed, the technology that powers Sing! Karaoke’s new music video feature is rather impressive, as it syncs two streams in real time: the downstream for video and audio from the Smule cloud and the upstream that bears the captured video and audio from the device.
Once you finish recording a video, you can upload it to Smule’s music social network, where other Sing!-ers can watch and comment on it. You can also share it with your friends via text, email, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Tumblr.
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