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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by braj, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. braj

    braj Well-Known Member
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  2. mrxtramean

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    I've been looking for an android app for video editing and read there isn't one...yet. But there's VidTrim, which can trim you movies.

    Now what need is an APP that can merge or combine the videos I take. If someone can make this APP, then someone could probably combine it with VidTrim and you'd have a very crude Android video editor.

    I'm new here and there's probably been a ton of talk about this. So, if there's something already out that can merge my cell phone videos, let me know. Thanks.

    I own a MyTouch 4G and I take lots of videos with my phone. Then I dump them on the computer, convert them to avi because my Vegas 7 doesn't read .3gpp files the phone makes. Sucks. Anything better? PLEASE let me know.
    Thanks.
     
  3. Sangraal

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    And, still nothing, really.

    I adored VideoDJ on my Sony Ericsson Equinox. I could create and edit videos quite well and easily with it. It was a smaller, but fantastic, flip-phone, so it surprises me that there's nothing yet available yet on the Android Market.
     
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  4. Sangraal

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    I was investigating the same option. Even with the inevitable reduced speed that comes through emulation, *something* would be better than the nothing of present.. SE makes pretty nice media-focal phones and I made a few good decent videos for youtube through it. Maybe the next build...


     
  5. sbstreater

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  6. sbstreater

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    Hi! Good point - it needs 800x480 or higher (and works really well on the 1024x600 and 1280x800 screens).

    You are welcome to use the free web version - when you upgrade your phone or get a tablet, you will be able to log on to the same account on your Android and carry on where you left off.
     
  7. vtvictor45

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    You can download the utube down loader to download the video from the google and it will automatically detect the video from the net test it
     
  8. vtvictor45

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    your site is nice and its a good software
     
  9. vtvictor45

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    ya,you can search on the net also
     
  10. vtvictor45

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    i think you should discuss with a technical person
     
  11. vtvictor45

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    Yes, this is the right idea
     

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