iPhone Video Recorder - second killer-app from DreamCatcher

coldrg

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Great News:
iPhone Video Recorder from DreamCatcher launched!

http://www.iPhonevideorecorder.com

Features:
1, Record both audio and video
2, Record to compressed mpeg4 format
3, Up to 15 fps with high-quality video

Install methods:
Install Method 1: installer.app method
Please add iPhone Video Recorder source http://www.iphone-recorder.com/install2 to your iPhone installer.

iPhone Video Recorder Source: http://www.iphone-recorder.com/install2

After refresh your installer source, you will find iPhone Video Recorder in Multimedia category, install it.

Install Method 2: PXL package method
Download the PXL package below and use with Breezy (mac), iBrickr (windows) or using the PXL MobileSafari plug in to install it.

Download iPhonevideorecorder.pxl (1.0MB)

Supports firmware 1.0.x, 1.1.x (All known versions) iPhone.

With trial version, you can record 30 seconds, if you love it, then buy it.

Thomas Williams
DreamCatcher Ltd.
 

VasiliosKN

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How do you delete the video files?

UPDATE
Oh nevermind, lol just click the video and options pop up. LoL
 

Griffinaz

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The end size to the files created is fantastic. I have 4-5 second videos from Showtime on my phone and they are in the 11-13MB range. Same length video, with sound, from this new program is around 256KB. Very impressive, relatively fast compiling. The overall quality of the video is sufficient for most "on the fly" videos that you may need to create. Good job on the software. I might just have to buy this one. Full version is under $20. Not too bad for an unlimited length video recorder that includes sound.
 

burniksapwet

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coldrg said:
With trial version, you can record 30 seconds, if you love it, then buy it.

Thomas Williams
DreamCatcher Ltd.
How long can I record for a full version? How much is a full version?
 

burniksapwet

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no limitation, $19.95
Wow. Thats a lot. I have two iPhones and I hope that I can put this app on those two without having to pay for it again. Is that possible?
 

coop1701

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I've been testing that app. I like the evaluation model. I hate to pay 19.99 for it. But it's well thought out and works great!
 

psylichon

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I wouldn't pay the $20 until it offers upload to youtube or other sites, as this is what uShow is touting it will do.

Don't get me wrong, that's not out yet and I'm really happy to see others working on this and releasing now, but if all these folks are going to be charging, it will be a battle of features.
 

psylichon

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Pretty cool!

I like the ability to pause encoding for later.

The lag for playback is a little cumbersome, and I'm not getting sound (it sounds like it's trying to record something as I get clicks at the top and tail of the video, but no audio).
 

Hondamaker

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The end size to the files created is fantastic. I have 4-5 second videos from Showtime on my phone and they are in the 11-13MB range. Same length video, with sound, from this new program is around 256KB. Very impressive, relatively fast compiling. The overall quality of the video is sufficient for most "on the fly" videos that you may need to create. Good job on the software. I might just have to buy this one. Full version is under $20. Not too bad for an unlimited length video recorder that includes sound.
I may buy this too. It depends on how uShow turns out.
 

psylichon

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Is there supposed to be sound in the demo version? Because I'm not getting any
 

psylichon

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Also, the orientation and framing is all wrong. Portrait videos playback in landscape with the top and bottom chopped off, and Landscape... well, it doesn't appear to support landscape yet.

Right now, for me, it's better than Showtime only because it will cut longer than 5 seconds. But that's about the only reason. Not quite ready for the pricetag yet.
 

Hondamaker

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Also, the orientation and framing is all wrong. Portrait videos playback in landscape with the top and bottom chopped off, and Landscape... well, it doesn't appear to support landscape yet.

Right now, for me, it's better than Showtime only because it will cut longer than 5 seconds. But that's about the only reason. Not quite ready for the pricetag yet.
Sound is supported, yes. Also, if you film in landscape, then the video is crooked, even when you email the file. If you film in portrait, it shows up in landscape on the iPhone, but it's normal when you email the file.
 

coop1701

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Pretty cool!

I like the ability to pause encoding for later.

The lag for playback is a little cumbersome, and I'm not getting sound (it sounds like it's trying to record something as I get clicks at the top and tail of the video, but no audio).
The Audio worked for me. I do agree with you on the lag. I've got a few more things to test on it. But I like it so far.
 

psylichon

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Ok, well the lag thing is simple... you have to tap the screen to start. Once you do that, the video starts pretty quickly.

I still can't get any sound. I get a clunky, shifty sound at the beginning of the video (sounds like the start of most home movies shot with built-in mic) but then nothing. I've tried with and without the earbud mic. Nothing.

Also, why do videos playback with the wrong orientation?
 

Lincoln

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Installing this now. However I'm a bit curious as to why this would be developed and released, when uShow - which is supposedly around the corner - has all of this and more, with unlimited recording, for free.

Still, this is much better than ShowTime and will hold me off until uShow.

- John
 

Lincoln

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I suggest nobody pays for this - yet - as uShow is promising all this and more for free.

- John