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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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If you've watched video on many websites, chances are you've used JW Player. Unlike a YouTube video, JW Player is integrated into a website which gives the owner more control over how it looks and what it plays. They reportedly have over a billion unique streams a month making them the most popular private video player online. Why a private player With so many public video platforms...

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My son has started streaming his Minecraft adventures. I set up the recording software for him, but he now knows how to edit and upload himself. One of his Minecraft buddies wanted to start streaming too, so I offered to help him get set up as well. And that’s when I stumbled into the latest proof of the old adage, “If you want to learn something,...

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Music streaming services increased revenue 39% and accounted for 23% of total digital music sales. The growth in music streaming has been so strong that many countries have added streaming to their sales numbers when calculating the charts. Probably the best example of how much impact streaming can have on the charts is the single Problem for Ariana Grande.  It reached number one because both streams and...

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Wearables, as in wearable technology, have been the subject of conversations and speculation for years now. Many companies have entered the market with limited, and mixed, success. But generally speaking, the biggest downfall of wearables so far is, well, they just aren't that fashionable. Google Glass is probably the epitome of the example of how not to look cool. But other attempts at wearables have...

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The headline read: “As Flash 0day exploits reach new level of meanness, what are users to do?” Wanting to know the answer, I read the article on Arstechnica.com about another set of hackers (or the same, who knows?) exploiting bugs in Adobe’s Flash software. Three times already in 2015 (at the time this blog was written) hackers had exploited bugs in the software. Research into the...

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We spend a lot of time focusing on streaming video in our blog. But streaming isn’t all about video. Here’s a look at a huge streaming industry and opportunity: streaming music. The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) released its annual report on the state of the UK music industry with some incredible statistics. In 2014, there were 14.8 billion songs streamed. They estimate that is about 560...

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