vjay (the iPad version) has dropped from $9.99 to $4.99, which is impressive after the nice people at algoriddim have just brought out the iPhone version for just $0.99.
Well that didn’t take long did it! Here’s vjay for your iPhone:
NOTE: This app requires iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, or the new iPod touch (5th generation)
☆Includes over 15 exclusive, free bonus video clips by electro-pop superstars Far East Movement, Eclectic Method, Parov Stelar, J-Live, and more.
vjay transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a cutting-edge mashup machine, directly integrated with the media libraries on your iPhone or iPod touch. Mix and scratch your favorite music videos from iTunes or combine songs from your music library with personal video footage into an interactive audio visual experience. You can even use the built-in camera on your device to add your very own clips to the mix with added special effects. The first of its kind on the iPhone or iPod touch, vjay lets you create fun video mashups, display directly to a TV, or record your performances live to share instantly on Facebook or YouTube.
- Media Access – Create stunning mashups using all your media on your iPhone or iPod touch, including videos, music, and footage from camera roll. vjay also comes with a free bundle of pre-loaded artist videos and high-quality footage.
- Real-time video transitions, audio visuals effects – vjay comes with stunning audio & video effects, looping tools, visual transitions, and real-time VideoScratch™.
- Live Movie Recording – With a simple touch of a button, easily save your mixes to the iPhone or iPod touch in real-time.
- Instant Facebook and YouTube sharing – Instantly share your personal vjay recordings with friends via Facebook and YouTube.
- Support for external displays – Easily plug into a TV and stream videos wirelessly to Apple TV.
- Built-in camera integration – Quickly record your own video clips using the built-in camera and add them to your mixes on the fly with added special effects
- Integration with iTunes Store – browse, search, preview and purchase music videos on iTunes from within the app.
Requires iPhone 4S (or later) running iOS 5 (or higher) or iPod touch (5th generation or later) running iOS 5 (or higher)
- Direct access to user’s media on the device (music videos, movies, camera roll footage, music)
- iTunes Store integration (search, browse, preview and purchase artist music videos)
- Built-in camera integration
- Portait and lanscape modes
- Video Transitions
- Audio Visual Effects
- Live recording with direct export to Facebook or YouTube
- FX Pad
- Colorized EQ
- Slow-motion (time stretching)
- Split A/V crossfade mode (crossfade video independently from audio, and vice versa)
- Advanced Audio Tools: Waveforms, Auto-Gain, Automatic Beat and Tempo Detection, Beat-matching, Slicing, Auto-Sync, Pitch-bending, Cue Points, Looping, Speed Change, Reverse Playback
- Support for major audio formats like MP3, AAC, WAV, AIFF
- Support for external displays via Apple adapter cable (HDMI, VGA, or Composite) and AirPlay for streaming video and audio
- Video formats supported: H.264 and MPEG-4 video up to 1080p, 30 frames per second in .mp4, .m4v and .mov file formats
Supported external hardware (optional):
- External displays and TVs via Digital AV Adapter (HDMI), VGA Adapter, or Composite AV Cable
- Apple TV + AirPlay enabled AV receivers
- Numark iDJ Live, Mixdeck Quad, and ION iDJ 2 Go MIDI controllers
- Vestax Spin 2 MIDI controller
- Griffin DJ Cable
The app is priced at $0.99
Interesting post at Disquiet (always worth a read in my book). This post caught my eye as it’s about an exhibition that I’ve visited at least half a dozen times if not more.
There are some useful links in the post and the recording (8 minutes long) is well worth a listen too.
If you’re in London and you can get to it I’d recommend visiting this exhibition at the Science Museum. It closes on the 1st of December.
The post from Disquiet is here.
And if you’re interested, there’s an Oramics app for your iPhone which is a lot of fun to play with too.
If you know what Movember is about then I don’t need to explain very much, if you don’t, then read on.
During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in the UK and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and testicular cancer.
This year I’ve decided to take part, and, although I only started a little while ago (just over a week), things are moving in the right direction.
If you’d like to support me and make a donation, please head over to my Movember page. Your support is most welcome.