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Do More With Your Videos with These Tips

Master smartphone video, quickly!

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New Camera Decides When to Shoot

We don’t typically cover digital cameras here but seeing as this particular camera can actually create a story as it shoots, we thought we’d make an exception. We’re referring to a groundbreaking new camera that decides itself when to take a shot. Developed by British motion capture company OMG Plc, the Autographer  uses five built-in […]

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SmugMug Lets You Upload Longer Videos

SmugMug Lets You Upload Longer Videos

If you’re sitting on some longer-length videos you’d like to post online, SmugMug has just announced that they’ve raised their video caps – you can now upload a high definition video up to 3GB in size and up to 20 minutes in length. The more generous video storage is available to Power ($60/yr) and Pro […]

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Get Free Video Editing

It’s easy to capture hours of video, but it can be a bit difficult and time-consuming to edit your footage down into coherent clips. A new service called Magisto aims to change that. It will automatically edit up to 600MB or 16 individual clips totally 600MB into a single video. Best of all – it’s […]

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What to Do With Old Camcorder Videos

Before the Flip and YouTube made video recording a national pastime, parents would have to lug out the shoulder-fired canon of a camcorder to capture precious moving memories. That meant tapes – and lots of them – stored in closets, attics and basements.  Unlike our shoeboxes full of photos, a box full of camcorder tape […]

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Review: Share Videos on the Big Screen With Altec Lansing's OCTIV 650

While we wouldn’t normally review an iPod docking station for Your-Digital-Life, the new Altec Lansing OCTIV 650 goes way beyond the typical dock speaker systems you may be used to seeing. For one, the OCTIV 650 is designed to easily become a part of any room’s décor, with very discreet lines, slightly curved, flat front […]

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How to Make a Father's Day Video

It’s getting down to the wire, but there’s still time to do something nice for the old man for Father’s Day. One simple option is to make him a video for Father’s Day – a multimedia collection of still photos and videos combined into a single movie, complete with captions and a soundtrack. This movie […]

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YouTube Tweaks Video Sharing Features

YouTube announced on their blog yesterday that they’d be making some changes to how it displays videos. Specifically, whenever you upload a video that has a resolution of 480p or higher, the preview image will appear in high definition. This means that if someone wishes to embed that video – the preview is nice and […]

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Share Photos & Videos With Vivitek Pico Projector

Pico projectors are a cool way to show off your photos and videos – simply connect a camera or camcorder, point the projector at some blank wall and you’ve got a digital slideshow. The latest entry into the Pico playground is Vivitek with its Qumi. It offers a USB port, mini HDMI or a microSD […]

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Easy Video Editing on iPhone With Viddy

It’s very easy to take video on your iPhone, iPod Touch and (kind of) your iPad, but not so easy to edit it. That’s where Viddy comes in. Viddy is a new iPhone app that lets you take iPhone video and create a bona-fide movie out of it. (It works with iPod Touches and iPads, […]

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