Adobe has today taken the wraps off of Project Rush, a cross-device video editing app that it hopes to be able to launch to the public later this year.
After all the success of ReelDirector on iPhone 3GS, the app which was features as the best on Apple’s Rewind 2009 list has finally arrived on the iPad. ReelDirector makes it extremely simple to create, edit and share movie clips right on your iPhone and iPad. You can use the drag-and-drop timeline, multiple text watermark styles, and up to 28 pro grade transitions that will turn your scattered video clips into polished movies in just minutes.
Snappy camera app for jailbroken iPhone has got an update! The new version 2.0 adds much needed support of video recording for iPhone 3GS. Also added is the support for MMS for MMS enabled devices, option for Geo tagging, faster image writing, more capable device orientation and various other bug fixes.
Camera Plus Pro is yet another camera app for iPhone that has been recently released by Global Delight. Global Delight are the developers and publishers behind the famous free app called Camera Plus. With a host of capturing, annotating, editing, managing and sharing options, Camera Plus Pro certainly is one of the most advanced camera app available for iPhone.
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.