We met up with Vimeo's Andrew Pile down at SXSW to get an early look at the company's long-awaited iPhone app, which hit the App Store this morning. The new app gives you access to your videos, likes and 'Watch Later' list, all constituting a much-needed alternative to Vimeo's current mobile optimized site. The free app's built-in video editor offers an alternative to Apple's $4.99 iMovie with...
Share Google recently added a cloud-based video editor on YouTube. It's not super-advanced, but the YouTube editor does allow users to trim videos they've posted, and to stitch together multiple clips from their collection into a single film. When holding the mouse over a thumbnail, a scissors icon appears that lets you cut parts of it you don't want. You can also add music files from the...
A troupe of six students have created something of a mini-sensation with the above video, which just may capture the most impressive shot in basketball this side of Dr. J. Maybe. In the video, a member of the group "Dude Perfect" (brilliant name) launches a basketball from the upper deck of Texas A&M's football stadium, and -- if we are to believe our eyes -- sinks it into the basket,...
If it appears on a video, or in a photograph, it must be true, right? A new study by a group of psychologists at the University of Warwick shows how dangerous it can be to accept video or photo evidence as fact, according to Wired. In the study, 60 college students played a computerized gambling game, each student being matched against a researcher posing as a participant. If a player answered a...
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