Since launching less than a month ago, Vine has catapulted to some admirable success. The Twitter-owned app loops six seconds of video to create GIF-like, quick moments that have proved a valuable, experimental asset not only to users, but to journalists, celebrities, and brands … [Read more...] about One month later, how are video apps faring in the face of Vine?
Video-editing apps designed for mobile need to pare down the features in order to run on the smaller hardware — but Lightricks, the developer behind the photo apps Facetune, Enlight, and Enlight Quickshot says its new video app brings more desktop editing features to … [Read more...] about Chroma keying and layering comes to mobile video editing with Videoleap
Color depth and chroma subsampling are probably two of the most misunderstood aspects of digital video. Trying to educate someone about them usually devolves into a simple “more is better” conclusion, without actually explaining what’s really going on. … [Read more...] about Here’s everything you need to know about 10-bit, 4:2:2 video in less than 3 minutes
Instagram is testing out a new sibling to the popular Boomerang video effect — Instagram recently confirmed that a Stop Motion tool is currently in testing. Like a traditional stop motion, the effect on Instagram combines multiple still photos into a video to either give … [Read more...] about Turn a series of stills into a video for Instagram Stories with latest test
Malware creators are taking advantage of the controversy over the upcoming Olympic Games to spread their wares for illicit financial gain. Latching onto the Free Tibet political demonstrations that have spread around the world, would-be thieves have embedded a piece of rootkit … [Read more...] about ‘Free Tibet’ Message Masks Rootkit Malware