PiTiVi, a video editor that has historically been in the “simple home user” category, has gained several features since its early days.
Get creative. You spend all that time taking little videos and photos of everything you do, just to leave them electronically rotting on your hard drive. What a waste!
In the tradition of video production apps like Videolicious, Video Star, and Socialcam, the recently released free iPad-only app TouchCast helps you create and post interactive videos from your iPad 2 or later. Those of us familiar with creating YouTube videos using desktop programs like iMovie, ScreenFlow, or Camtasia know how powerful non-linear timeline productions can be and TouchCast brings another solution to the table. The app uses the iPad’s built-in camera, a useful collection of widgets and a timeline editor to help users produce video productions almost on the fly.
YouTube released a newer, much more advanced feature for its editing suite on Tuesday: an automatic slow motion tool. This means that the editing tool generates extra frames based on existing ones.