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:
- 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.”
- 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.”
- ReelDirector ($4) – “Full-blown video editing for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch”
- Storyboard Composer ($20) – “Storyboard app for iPhone.”
- 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.”
- 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!
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