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iPhone app confirms video recording capability


A new third-party iPhone application from Monster and Friends can record video up to 45 frames per second via the iPhone’s built-in camera. The developers are still working on a final version, but have released a limited beta which records a five second video and immediately plays it back. The final version will be able to record unlimited-sized clips (until the available storage runs out) up to 30 fps and will include an interface to save your videos. While impressive, this release is most noteworthy as a confirmation of video recording on the iPhone, a feature that is likely to be implemented either by Apple or through a third-party solution once the developer kit is released in February. [via Gizmodo; Thanks, Max]

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45 FPS?


Please, Apple,

Posted by jeremyjk1221 on December 13, 2007 at 4:55 PM (CST)


Terrific news. The lack of video recording was one of my chief complaints at the outset. I used my Treo to grab short clips all the time and I do miss that feature.

Posted by Flippy Hambone on December 13, 2007 at 6:07 PM (CST)


This is a “third party app”?  I thought that all non-Apple applications have to be web-based.  I can’t imagine how that could work for recording video.

Posted by Neil on December 14, 2007 at 1:17 PM (CST)

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