Video And Editing archive

  • A week in reviews: 25 - 29 November
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    A week in reviews: 25 - 29 November

    By 30 November 2013

    As the month of November draws to a close it can mean only one thing: PlayStation 4 time. Well, two things, really: the 10th annual Pocket-lint Gadget Awards have drawn to a close, the winners announced across 12 categories loaded with top tech picks....

  • Manfrotto Klyp case for iPhone review
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    By 25 November 2013

    We all know that a lot of people use their iPhone for shooting video. The Apple smartphone's camera is one of the best on the market and when you add in the slow-mo feature on the iPhone 5S it's hard to beat from a smartphone. The trouble with all smartphones,...

  • Vimeo cloud-based editing tools: new 'Looks' enhancement presets available to trial
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    Vimeo cloud-based editing tools: new 'Looks' enhancement presets available to trial

    By 28 February 2013

    Video enhancement is all the rage at the moment. From Olympus's Art Filters in its cameras, through to pro effects in video-editing software. But the latter can cost a fair packet - something Vimeo thinks it has an an answer for budding videographers...

  • APP OF THE DAY: VidTrim Pro review (Android)
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    APP OF THE DAY: VidTrim Pro review (Android)

    By 26 November 2012

    Video editing was once something of a luxury on mobile devices, but there was less of a need for it because capture was low quality and you never really wanted to do much with it. Standards have changed. Not only will your smartphone offer you the quality...

  • GoPro releases CineForm Studio and Hero2 firmware update for 24p video
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    GoPro releases CineForm Studio and Hero2 firmware update for 24p video

    By 12 October 2012

    GoPro is the, erm, go-to camera for extreme sports enthusiasts, people who like blowing things up and car reviewers. Its flexibility, and toughness, is well documented now, but perhaps most impressive is the constant stream of improvements GoPro makes...

  • Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements reach version 11
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    Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements reach version 11

    By 25 September 2012

    Adobe has announced the latest version of its consumer photo and video editing software, which has reached its 11th release. Adobe's done a little bit of a u-turn in the latest package though: the dark background of version 10 has been axed for what Adobe...

  • WIN: Sony Vegas Pro 11 up for grabs!
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    WIN: Sony Vegas Pro 11 up for grabs!

    By 2 April 2012

    We've teamed up with the folks at Sony Creative Software to offer a lucky reader the chance to win a copy of its latest professional video and audio editing software; Vegas Pro 11 for Windows. Vegas Pro 11 is the perfect production software for those...

  • Major update for Final Cut Pro X released
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    Major update for Final Cut Pro X released

    By 31 January 2012

    Apple’s flagship pro video editing software, Final Cut Pro X, has undergone a major facelift. The 10.0.3 update brings with it true multi-cam functionality, advanced chroma keying and broadcast monitoring in beta form. What does this all mean? To a...

  • Adobe demos future Photoshop technology
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    Adobe demos future Photoshop technology

    By 18 October 2011

    Adobe has just posted a load of videos of the technology "sneak peeks" that were showcased recently at the company’s annual MAX user conference in Los Angeles. There was plenty of interest, however amongst the bunch the future image deblurring technology...

  • Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android and iPad: One step closer to advanced image editing
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    Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android and iPad: One step closer to advanced image editing

    By 4 October 2011

    Adobe Photoshop Touch works as a sort of combined version of Adobe Bridge and Lightroom, but on tablets. It behaves like an all-in-one image resource, with built-in Google search and local photo management.  On top of this it has a lot of the functionality...

  • Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements hit version 10
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    Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements hit version 10

    By 20 September 2011

    Adobe’s consumer photo and video editing suites have now been upgraded to version 10, sweeping in a number of feature changes, but retaining the existing style and design of application. The new features cover a range of feature updates, but the design...

  • Apple announces Final Cut Pro X
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    Apple announces Final Cut Pro X

    By 21 June 2011

    Final Cut Pro X has been launched by Apple - the first major upgrade to the video editing suite since 2009. If you're not a professional video editor (why the heck not?) then you may not be aware of this arm of Apple's enormous empire - but Final Cut...

  • YouTube brings in creative commons support for videos
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    YouTube brings in creative commons support for videos

    By 2 June 2011

    Until now YouTube has been pretty strict about the way videos are licensed when uploaded. Understandably so, given the number of music videos and television programs that shouldn't be up on the site.  But for those who want to share content they have...

  • iMovie and Garage Band make leap to iPad
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    iMovie and Garage Band make leap to iPad

    By 2 March 2011

    With the inclusion of front- and rear-facing cameras on the iPad 2, it makes complete sense that Apple has chosen its launch to also introduce a tablet version its own film editing application iMovie for the first time. It has also brought the much-sought...

  • Win one of five copies of Nero Video Premium HD
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    Win one of five copies of Nero Video Premium HD

    By 19 November 2010

    Pocket-lint has teamed up with Nero to bring you the chance of winning one of five copies of the Nero Video Premium HD software. The software should be ideal for anyone looking to get into video editing as the software blends the powerful video editing...

  • VLC media player becomes iPhone-friendly
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    VLC media player becomes iPhone-friendly

    By 25 October 2010

    The super-duper media player - VLC - has been made available for the iPhone and iPod touch, bringing a simple and effective way of playing a variety of files without all the hassle of converting them first. The VLC app has been on the iPad for some time...

  • VLC media player gets updated to 1.1 offering host of new features
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    VLC media player gets updated to 1.1 offering host of new features

    By 23 June 2010

    The free to use media player, encoder and streamer VLC has been updated by it makers VideoLAN. For anyone not familiar with VLC, it is an extremely useful open source tool for downloading and, more to the point, watching video on your PC. The new 1.1...

  • VIDEO: YouTube offers video editing in the cloud
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    VIDEO: YouTube offers video editing in the cloud

    By 17 June 2010

    The YouTube Video Editor has been officially launched, offering video uploaders the chance to carry out numerous editing processes online without the need to purchase, download or install any software onto your machines. The YouTube Video Editor is the...

  • ESSENTIALS: Software to improve your life - VLC
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    ESSENTIALS: Software to improve your life - VLC

    By 20 February 2010

    Downloading a video, only to find out that you can't support that particular codec, is not fun. Even less so is having a handful of players bloating up your desktop to make sure that it won't happen again. So, for those who haven't already discovered...

  • YouTuber gets Hollywood contract
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    YouTuber gets Hollywood contract

    By 17 December 2009

    A video producer from Uruguay has been offered a multi-million-pound Hollywood contract on the basis of a 4-minute film that he posted on YouTube. Fede Alvarez's short, titled "Ataque de Pánico!" features giant art deco robots blowing up Uruguay's capital,...

  • Video recording comes to iPhone 2G and 3G
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    Video recording comes to iPhone 2G and 3G

    By 16 December 2009

    One of the big features of the iPhone 3GS, when it was released, was its ability to capture video. However, owners of the iPhone 2G and 3G were left out in the cold, denied the functionality unless they chose to jailbreak their handset. But Apple seems...

  • Roxio Popcorn 4 - Mac   review
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    Roxio Popcorn 4 - Mac review

    By 12 November 2009

    Popcorn seemed somewhat superfluous when it was first launched and particularly considering it sat alongside Roxio’s class leading Mac burning software, Toast. Now, Popcorn 4 has matured and the improved format flexibility, YouTube publishing and the...

  • Kodak announces compact Zi8 camcorder
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    Kodak announces compact Zi8 camcorder

    By 29 July 2009

    Kodak has announced the follow up to its Zi6 pocket camcorder with the UK launch of the Flip-rivalling Kodak Zi8 digital video camera. While the Zi6 only managed 720p capture, this new model records in full 1080p high definition and there's also built-in...

  • VIDEO: yellowBird "multi-dimensional" video revealed
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    VIDEO: yellowBird "multi-dimensional" video revealed

    By 28 July 2009

    "Totally interactive 3D" video has been revealed by a Dutch company called yellowBird that offers tech to capture scenes and events via video, the angle of which can then be manipulated by the viewer. The best way to experience and understand the tech...

  • Changes to some tag homepages and feeds
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    Changes to some tag homepages and feeds

    By 28 July 2009

    As we continue to tidy up the database and make the site work better for you, we are changing the names of a handful of categories. As a result, if you are subscribed to the RSS feed it will stop working and you will have to tweak the url in your feed...