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Apple would really, really, really appreciate it if you'd give Final Cut Pro X just one more chance. Elsewhere, iPhone 5S rumors are running rampant on the streets, and photographic proof of Steve Jobs's most daring choice.
Released Tuesday, BitTorrent Live opens in beta as a new way to stream live content.
A trio of startups stood out at the Tech Cocktail event during South by Southwest Interactive. And their apps and offerings will soon be coming to a mobile device near you.
Launched at Mobile World Congress this week, the still-in-beta DivX Stash lets you save movies from various video sites to watch later on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The Givit video recording app for iOS launched new features at Macworld/iWorld this week.
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.
We put four video editing apps to the test.
Slated for a release on Apple's App Store next week, the Montaj video-editing and -sharing app boosts the comfort zone for speedy video shooting and editing.
iPad rumors are floating to the surface once again, Phil Schiller's comments to a Chinese paper are called into question, and Apple's won a major award.
YouTube, the outfit that defined online home video, has released an app that makes shooting and uploading a snap.
Smule, well-known for its slew of audio-tweaking apps, on Thursday unveiled its latest offering: the video social network Strum.
iTunes 11 marks a fairly major revamp of Apple's all-in-one media player/store/syncing software. Senior writer Lex Friedman and senior editor Dan Moren run down what's new and different.
Screenshot and screencast software Snapz Pro X has been bumped to version 2.5. The software, which developer Ambrosia Software says it rebuilt from the ground up, adds Mountain Lion compatibility and a variety of refinements.