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If you’ve read part 1 and 2 of this series you’re probably convinced you can make decent video on your mobile device.  In part 3 I’ll discuss a third app that gives you yet another choice for creating video on the go. WeVideo is a cloud-based video creation and editing tool. I wrote about the web version in the Desktop Edition of this series, but now...

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So you’ve checked out using iMovie on your device and want to look at another option? Maybe you’ve got an Android device and need something different. In Part 2 of this 3 free video editing tools anyone can use series, I’ll be doing an in-depth review of Adobe Premier Clip. It’s available on both iOS and Android. If you haven’t read Part 1 – all about...

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Can you create great video on the go? Yes, you can! As more and more people are moving to mobile, companies are producing apps that offer similar functionality to their desktop counterparts. Well, they've been doing that for years, but now they’re finally getting to the point where they're quite good. Good enough for anyone to create a decent video with nothing but their mobile or tablet. I've...

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The best video editing programs are free aren't they? Well, I guess it depends on your definition of "Best".  But free is certainly a good place to start. For me, video editing is just a necessary part of getting a bigger project done.  And whether you’re making personal videos for fun, capturing memories of important events, or aiming for the next viral marketing video, editing can...

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video online

Superfast internet? Yes, please. In the UK and around the world there are plans for increasing the bandwidth of existing residential Internet connections to superfast speeds. BT is set to deploy 300-500 Mbps connections by 2020. Virgin Media already goes to 200Mbps and will likely increase as BT does. In the US, Google is testing out its 1 Gbps services in select cities. Verizon and...

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Remember when 4k was the next big thing? It wasn't that long ago really when we were all lusting after the new bigger, higher resolution TVs. It wasn’t just me was it? As cool as they were, and are, there’s something even better: HDR. HDR stands for high dynamic range. According to EEtimes, it “effectively expands the range between the darkest and the brightest images a...

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Over the last several years Flash has been on a slow decline. It arguably started when Steve Jobs said Apple wouldn't support it. As HTML5 came along it slowly started replacing video on the web. Back in 2010 YouTube started using HTML5 video and earlier this year they announced all video would default to HTML5. There's a large contingent out there pushing for, waiting for, cheering...

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