Vidify Demo Video For my test footage, I once again went with my go-to subject—my dog, Nora. I REALLY want to get the Vidify app, but it seems it isn't available :( Any idea where it went and if it will be back?! Last month we announced that we were preparing for the launch of our automatic video editing iPhone app.  Well folks, the moment has arrived!  As of this week you can download our free Magisto app in the App Store!
We’re also proud to announce that we’ll be participating in the Mobile Apps Showdown at CES 2012 in Las Vegas later this week, where we’ll be officially debuting our app to the world!  We’re going head-to-head against 9 other great mobile apps and we’d really appreciate your vote as we approach the big day! Yahoo's Flickr photo hosting service released an update to their popular iOS application Wednesday, featuring automatic uploading to its terabyte-per-user storage, a new straighten tool, and a slightly refined user interface for iOS 7. The update leverages iOS 7's new background task execution feature to provide quick, seamless photo uploading, even if the app is closed before the upload is finished. Magisto test videoThe Magisto app interface is clear and polished and navigating around is simple. Movi by Livestream is an easy to use, compact 4K video camera designed to bring high production value to live events with a single camera.
The Movi will ship in April 2016, and is available to preorder now at a significant discount. Subscribe to the Laughing Squid email list and receive a daily email with all of the blog posts published each day. This makes sense, since many of our phones are clogged with video that, so far, no one is going to see. Apologies if the continual use of this dog is the equivalent of a work colleague insisting he show you photos of his new baby, but I genuinely think she's photogenic.


As I mentioned in my Magisto review, videos that are less than a minute, with such strong branding at the end, can come across as advertisements for a product rather than the product itself.
It does seem to flow a little better, and the ending Vidify logo was short and unobtrusive. New photos are marked 'private' by default, and users can choose whether the app can make use of their cellular data network for uploading.
The feature worked well in AppleInsider's tests, quickly identifying edges in photos and rotating the image accordingly, though it was occasionally fooled by images which did not contain long, straight edges, such as a three-quarter shot of a MacBook Pro's keyboard. The camera view, which appears to use a slightly modified version of Apple's built-in camera controls, makes use of iOS 7's thin typography and borderless buttons, while other screens maintain iOS 6-style shaded controls.
There's also a brilliant facial recognition feature that integrates with Facebook:Once you tag the people in your movie, the app can automatically share the video with everyone who was in it. The Movi pairs with an app that lets users crop, zoom, and pan within the camera’s view while broadcasting through Livestream.
That being said, Magisto feels like it has great potential once they let you make longer videos—and roll out an app for mobile devices.
Interface Incongruity: The app mixes iOS 7-style UI elements (left) with pre-iOS 7 shaded controls (right).
I appreciate that using such a small footage sample is not a fair test of any of these apps, but I see these posts as the beginning of a conversation between those of us who read and write at Edit on a Dime and the developer community.As you can see from the screengrabs above, there's a simple three-step process to making videos with Vidify. We can also add Vidify to the mix, an app that seems focused on quickly generating decent edits of material you've just shot with your iPhone.
Though, as I mention at the top of this post, these tests are really not fair as the sample size is so small.


I use the words “just shot” with care, as Vidify can only access videos on your camera roll. If you've deleted videos on your roll and have them in other folders on your phone (as I did), then you're out of luck.For the purposes of this review, I had to shoot additional test footage and was silently cursing Vidify all along, but there is a certain purity in only being able to access your roll. This is clearly an app aimed for those who are out and about and want to create videos while they're still in the moment. It's as if the app is living in the moment, telling you to edit and share your videos now, while you still have them on your phone. In fact, one can imagine Apple copying or buying this type of technology and incorporating it right into their camera app.
If this does happen, I hope Apple buys a company rather than doing a Reminder on you—it's a tough world out there.When you're at the video-picker part of the app, there's the option to select, view, or edit your clips. Think of this process as a computerized version of Gysin's and Burroughs's Cut-Up technique. As the "edit" screengrab above shows, it's the standard iOS trim tool, and while I've never liked the lack of precision in this method, it is easy to use.
The video is automatically saved to the camera roll, making one wonder what would happen if you selected Vidify videos as your source material for additional automatic videos (something to do when it's particularly rainy outside, I think).You also have the option to share your work with YouTube, email it, share on Facebook, or send it to an Apple TV. Would people rather party, or watch themselves at the party in which they're partying?Alright, so we can share the video and make sure people see it, but how's the quality of the actual finished product?



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