We already showed you earlier on how to enable MMS and video recording on the jailbroken iPhone 3G/2G. But now with “2G/3G Video MMS Enable” app for jailbroken iPhones, you can enable video MMS functionality which is missing by default on the said models of iPhone.
Although iPhone 3GS has a commendable 3.2 megapixel camera, but apart from very basic camera functionality, you can hardly do anything special with it. But then as they says that there is an app for just about anything on the iPhone, so is the case with this app as well. A new app by the name of Security Cam has just been approved which enables iPhone users to use their iPhone as security (or should I say spy?) camera.
It was only iPhone 3GS which allowed video recording and editing along with sharing of your videos with your friends and family. iPhone 3G and 2G could do such stuff only if you jailbreak it, and then install an app like Cycorder from Cydia. But the good news is that Apple has now finally approved iVideoCamera app on the App Store. This app permits recording of videos on any iPhone, including 2G and 3G without having to jailbreak your iPhone.
The following tutorial will enable you to move your downloaded Youtube videos on your iPhone to the camera roll app. This will give you complete video editing capabilities of iPhone 3GS with which you can trim and share your downloaded videos on your iPhone, and then sync them with your PC or Mac. You can also make it work with your iPhone 2G, 3G and iPod touch by first following the tutorial posted here on How-to: Enable iPhone 3GS Video Editing and Camera Roll in iPhone 3G, 2G and iPod touch before following the guide posted below.
iPhone 3.0 brought video editing on-the-go to iPhone 3GS so that you don't have to wait until you’re at your computer to start editing your mobile movies. The introduction of video capture no doubt was an excellent and nice feature that Apple brought to iPhone users, but they felt limited for a while with what they could do after shooting. Many advance features like combining multiple video clips, text watermarking, transition effects and so on are missing from the built-in video editing feature in iPhone OS 3.1.x for iPhone 3GS. The following apps will make your iPhone 3GS a complete video-editing studio right in your pocket.
Battery Percentage meter option is officially available on iPhone 3GS only running firmware 3.0 and above; however, there is a small tweak available in Cydia which can enable this functionality natively on the original iPhone and iPhone 3G running firmware 3.0 and above. You will need to have a jailbroken iPhone for this to work.
The folks over at gioga23.com has found out about an unknown hidden feature of iPhone OS 3.1 (and 3.1.1 for iPod touch) which brings full video editing capabilities of iPhone 3GS to the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod touch.
Complete step by step guide on how to enable the hidden Camera Roll, Video Editing capabilities and Video uploading to YouTube options of iPhone 3GS in your iPhone 3G and iPhone 2G.