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iOS 11 uses new video and photo formats that will help save storage space. And Apple has figured out how to make sure you can use those files on non-iOS 11 devices.
Modern versions of QuickTime and iMovie don't provide much control over how big you want your video file size to be. You need to use a free third-party app.
Worries abound about Apple’s format shift, but compatibility is the name of the game.
Video utility now supports Wi-Fi sync and can create ringtones.
Clone video from virtually any video device including game consoles and DVD/Blu-ray. With the push of a button, this device captures and records to any attached USB stick, with no PC required.
This waterproof 4k sport camera is a budget-friendly alternative to GoPro. Currently discounted 37% to just $64.
UptiiQ simplifies publishing video to social media accounts by uploading files one time, then encoding and optimizing content prior to posting it directly to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
A cross-platform video editing solution designed by professional editors with real-time effects and built-in support for royalty-free stock video and production music.
Your local Apple store has free programs that can teach kids how to code, work with robots, and more.
A fast, easy-to-use plugin for Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, and Adobe Premiere Pro that identifies and removes video noise originating from low-light conditions or incorrect camera settings.
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The Gear 360 is a cool little $230 camera that's perfect for Galaxy S8 owners who want to shoot 4K video or broadcast live.
This small reversible connector is designed to support a new wave of faster, more efficient power delivery, and up to 10 times faster data transfer speeds than USB 2.0.
Perfect for the first-time GoPro user, or as a second camera, HERO Session is simple and easy to use. With 1080p60 video and 8MP photo capture, HERO Session delivers the stunning image quality that has made GoPro famous, and its rugged, waterproof design
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