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Top Five iPad Applications For Video Production
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Thursday, 06 October 2011 11:50

 

If you have the iPad, or even the iPhone, then you could be using these devices to create videos and edit them in a way that most thought would never be possible. Filmmakers have been revolutionized by the iPhone and the iPad, as there are both devices with quality cameras that enable you to make videos without requiring a digital camera and other software. Instead of having to buy a camera, then connect it to a computer and then editing your video, you can record the video you want on the iPad and then edit it on the iPad as well. After all, where else are you going to find a device that records 1080p video, allows you to edit it, and then through internet providers lets you put the video up on the internet through social networking or YouTube.

iMovie

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The iMovie is a great program that allows you to make high definition quality movies on your iPhone 4. You can make a video of any length, small or large, and really capture the most important moments of your life in an instant. Instead of having to carry a camera around, just take out your Apple device, open iMovie, and begin recording. You can have many projects going on at once, so if something unexpected comes up you can video it separately as well. It is a program that also makes it easy to edit these videos, as you can split them apart into sections and then edit parts or move parts around to create the video you want.
This program works with the iPhone 4 and works with iOS 4.0 or later.

ReelDirector

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This is a great program that allows video editing on the iPhone 4 and the iPad. You can set the quality to High and ensure that the quality of your videos is never below what you want it to be. Once it is set on high, and you create an HD video, your video quality throughout the edits will never diminish. Forget about the days of editing on a computer, you can do it right there on your touch device.
This program works with the iPhone 4, iPod Touch, iPad and requires iOS 3.1 or later.

DSLR Slate

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This is a great program and is actually the accompaniment to the DSLR Filmmaker. This is a program that runs on any of the Apple touch devices, and can be used to slate shots for the movie that you are making. Slating is really something that happens for all movies, whether you are in film school or in Hollywood. That is what makes the DSLR Slate so useful. When you slate, you can reduce the time it takes for a video to go past the post production state, and having these features on your touch device is incredibly useful.
This device works with the iPhone 4, iPod Touch, iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later.

Movie Slate

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According to HandHeldHollywood, this device was described as the "Rolls Royce of iPad and iPhone clapboards". That is how highly rated it is, as it is the most convenient device imaginable for a film maker. It is an all in one slate application, clapper board, shot log device, and shot notepad. This can be used for films, television programs, documentaries, music videos and one on one interviews. This is the best way to log the footage you want to, take notes while a movie is being shot, and to edit the footage you have recorded. Instead of having a huge clapperboard, and is actually cheaper than buying one, so saves you space, time, and money.
This device works with the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later.

Storyboard Composer

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This device works as a mobile storyboard device, and a pre visualization composer. This device is meant for directors, directors of photography, writers, animators, art directors, producers, film students, and others who want to be able to visualize the story that they are going to be shooting. Instead of doing it on paper, you can do it on your iPad or iPhone and have it with you all the time.
This device works with the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later.

 

This is a guest article by Ruben Corbo, a writer for the website Broadband Expert where you can find internet providers in your area and compare prices on different deals for your mobile broadband needs.

 

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