Fun HD videos shot by iPhone 4 (New video added!!)

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  1. milerich macrumors regular

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    Very nice. good job

    One of the first Apps that I bought specifically for my iPhone 4 was iMovie, but I have yet to go anywhere to record enough footage to make a decent movie.
     
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    Very cool. That's about a mile or two from where I live. :)
     
  4. milerich thread starter macrumors regular

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    Small world! I actually live about 120 miles from there, but we were visiting my parents for the weekend :D
     
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    Just try something around the house. iMovie is very easy to use, and pretty amazing. Of course there are things I would love to have them add, such as more themes, volume ducking, and watermarking, but it is solid as is.
     
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    Did you visit the Ardmore Apple store? I really love that town. They're building a train station there that looks absolutely phenomenal.
     
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    Ardmore is awesome. We ate at Gulliftys Saturday night. I have only been to the Apple store in King of Prussia.
     
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    I've used it a couple times already, I filmed my 1 yr old dog and 2 kittens wrestle with each other and varies other things around the house, but in two weeks I'll be going down to Las Vegas for a wedding, so I will definitely be filming that trip.

    I also agree about the Audio Ducking, I would like to have control over that.
     
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    Las Vegas would definitely make a good movie. I go to San Diego this fall, and will be trying to find the time to make a movie of the highlights of the city.
     
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    Nice. I will try to make a scotch video tomorrow night!
     
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    It still amazes me that you can record memories with a phone, in HD and edit it.

    Sure the quality isn't amazing, but it rivals those crappy hand held home video cameras.

    By the way, I would recommend keeping the phone a bit steady and letting the subject move rather than the cameraman move, because if you move, you give power to the rolling shutter issue found in all CMOS based cameras.
     
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    Good advice. I wonder if I could modify my steadycam to mount my iP4 for shots that require movement of the camera.

    Sounds like something I will have to investigate tonight :D
     
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    I am going to go with the gorilla mobile tripod when they come out with one for the iPhone 4. Should be able to wrap it around my steady cam. :D
     
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    same 'problem' here ;)

    i ended up importing all the random 'focus testing' 'low light testing' concept recordings into one project and it still looked amazing :D
     
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