Vimeo Releases iPhone App With Video Editing Features

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    Popular video sharing site Vimeo today released a new iPhone application offering a number of features including relatively advanced video editing features including focus control, trimming and combining tools, transitions and effects, and music/audio tools. The application of course also offers more standard features for Vimeo users, including support for viewing and uploading of Vimeo videos, editing data on existing videos, and sharing options.
    Vimeo is available in the App Store free of charge, and more features are promised for future updates.

    Article Link: Vimeo Releases iPhone App With Video Editing Features
     
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    Free is good. I love all of these editing options. I have been using Splice lite and have been impressed by it, despite all of the crashes. I haven't tried imovie but something about the $5 throws me off, and I'm not cheap. I will give Vimeo a try
     
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    I just got it lol and now I saw this .....looks really cool
     
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    Great app!
    Hope they make it universal down the line...
     
  5. macrumors 6502a

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    sweet! been using Vimeo for years.

    although I'm having trouble importing videos from my camera roll into the app for editing.
     
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    According to Vimeo's announcement
     
  7. macrumors newbie

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    vimeo iPhone 4 app

    I just tested the new vimeo iPhone 4 app and for a FREE video editing app it works great. Way to go vimeo!
     
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    I'm more excited about the management side of the app. We use Vimeo to host all the content on our website and will be great to manage it via an app vs mobile web page.

    Any word on if this will make every video viewable via mobile now? Always has been a pet peeve of mine to try and watch a video that didn't have mobile support (on Vimeo or YouTube).
     
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    now *This* is what I what I was waiting for. And it was totally worth the wait.
     
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    It can't load on iPad 1. It says it requires a camera.
    Anyways, I don't have any real use for it at this time. Maybe later. I think the same iMovie on iPad1 workaround can be applied.
     
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    Can someone who has the iPhone iMovie app and this new Vimeo app post a quick comparison of the two? Just curious to hear about ease of use, features, and an overall recommendation. :)
     
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    Oh sweet! YouTube is garbage. I'll gladly use Vimeo.
     
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    its nice if free. I like these editing tool...very cool. really got impressed by it, inspite of all of the problems. well..I was trying to share something but not now.
     
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    Yes. Both are similar paradigms. But the iMovie app is pretty much useless. The vimeo app is robust and fast. Just picking out media on the iPhone is slow as bejeezus. And editing it is even slower. I don't know what is wrong with it. Maybe all the pointless thumbnail images it uses. No thumbnails on vimeo. Lots of features as you dig down a little too. And I think you can use any media on your phone, not just video you shot with your phone.
     
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    Hm. Ok.:confused:
     

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