I love that it’s only the kids that see the magic around them.
From the demo video it looks like Cameo has an interesting take on editing clips. Zooming in on a clip and editing it directly looks much easier, particularly on a iPhone-sized screen.
9 times out of 10, I just do quick edits on movies in the built-in Photos app and then occasionally fire up iMovie for something with multiple clips. I usually forgot to use other apps to be honest. But Cameo looks like a good option to keep handy.
Editing this video was pretty quick and easy with Cameo. My main frustration with the app is the inability to add/edit still photos to your projects like you can with other video editing apps like iMovie.
Apple’s running a “everything is at least 50% off” promotion for photo and video apps for both iOS and the Mac App Store. I’m not a big user of iOS apps for photography beyond the usual suspects – Apple’s Camera and Photos app, Instagram and Flickr occasionally – the better deals are on the Mac apps:
- Pixelmator is a great Photoshop alternative at a fraction of the price.
- Flare 2 and Analog are kind of like Instagram filters for your Mac.
- ScreenFlow 5 is the best deal. A great app for editing video. It’s designed primarily for recording your Mac’s display to demo software but it works great as a video editor if iMovie isn’t your cup of tea.
Electric guitar on a Mumford & Sons track? Will the hipsters be able to even stand it?
Apparently not, based on “Roadhouse2″‘s review:
No banjo. That is all I hear about the new album. I fear it is more then the banjo that is lost here. Now, I can appreciate Mumford wanting to expand and grow, but they may have strayed too far away from what made them stand out of crowd and have entered the tired, boring recycled sound that permeates the airwaves these days.
That’s after hearing 1 song. Out of 16 on the album. Tread carefully ye banjo lovers.
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My First Mac
The first Mac I owned was a G4 eMac in 2003. http://t.co/WRF8otddiS I fell in love with the Mac in 2000 but it took me 3 years to commit.
— Chris Enns (@iChris) January 24, 2014