In his September post, “The New iPod Touch: Excellent School Choice,” Dr. Tim Tyson recommends several video applications for the iPod Touch (and iPhone / iPad) which I have not tried yet. These include:

  1. MovieSlate ($20) – “MovieSlate a convenient, all-in-one digital slate, clapper board, shot log, and shot notepad— designed for use in film, television, documentaries, music videos, and interviews.”
  2. iSlate ($3) – “iSlate is an easy to use portable digital clapper board that can help video enthusiasts add a touch of hollywood magic to their videos. Possible uses include video blogs, online video postings, and various video projects.”
  3. ReelDirector ($4) – “Full-blown video editing for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch”
  4. Storyboard Composer ($20) – “Storyboard app for iPhone.”
  5. Animoto (free) – “Animoto turns the pictures on your iPhone into beautiful music videos! It takes just a few minutes to make one, and then you can share and collect them with your friends. Make as many as you like–they’re totally free.”
  6. Video Panorama ($3) – “The EASIEST Panorama Tool ever! No multiple shots! You only need to take a short video!”

I’m eager to try some of these out and consider adding them to my own Storychasing apps!

Learn more about Tim Tyson’s favorite iOS apps by following him on Appolicious, where he’s written 22 app reviews to date.

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