Record Video With Your iPhone

May 12th, 2008 | By | Category: iPhone, Video

DreamCatcher has announced the release of iPhone Video Recorder, an iPhone video recorder.

iPhone Video Recorder records audio and video at a frame rate of up to 15fps to the compressed mpeg4 format.

Because of the CPU overhead, iPhone Video Recorder encodes at the end of a recording session, and the encoding can be paused anytime and then resumed when convenient. While it is possible to record and encode on-the-fly, the frame rate will suffer. You can customize the image quality, the brightness and the audio bit rate options.

Here’s a video demo:

iPhone Video Recorder works on iPhone firmware 1.1.x, 1.2.x, 2.0. A limited-functional trial version (recording up to 30 seconds) is available for download.

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