Articles about Video

How To Color Match Videos With Wondershare Filmora X
One of the goals of every video creator is to have smooth transitions between different clips, but oftentimes when the coloration of the footage between two different clips doesn’t match, it can be very jarring to the viewer. Content creators and video editors will agree that this can be a frustrating experience.

How To Capture Video Clips In Windows 10
So, in this article, we focus on the best and easiest way to help you capture video clips in Windows 10 with a couple of easy options.

How To Edit Videos On Android
Modern smartphone cameras are capable of incredibly high-quality video shooting. With 4K recording also becoming the norm for high-end handsets, one could even shoot a short film on his or her device. In this tutorial, we are going to be taking a look at a few editing apps that can genuinely enhance your videos’ quality.

Say Thank You Via Videos
In the first half of the previous century, all the way to the late 1980s or early 1990s, many people do communicate with one another through letters and postcards. Well, that is the norm, and it did not look like anything would come around to disrupt things, but it did. E-mail changed the way we communicated forever, and now, the only kind of snail mail that we receive would be […]


Technology Helps Deaf Place Orders At Starbucks Drive-Thru
Those who are hard of hearing will definitely find ordering food and drinks at a drive-thru to be frustrating or perhaps impossible at times, but it looks like coffee company Starbucks intends to bridge the divide with the help of technology. 28-year-old Rebecca King of St. Augustine, Florida, uploaded a video to her Facebook that showed what happened when she made an order at a local Starbucks drive-thru.

SLICK Stabilizer, Motorized Image Stabilizer for GoPro
  SLICK is a neat new GoPro accessory that provides motorized image stabilization for all extreme sports enthusiasts who want to record their achievements without giving nausea to their audience with shaky video footages.GoPro is a great wearable camera, however it  lacks performance for image stabilization. The challenge in providing a good optical image stabilization for a wearable device is the lack of space. That is why SLICK seems to […]

How To Video Record Android Screens (Easy)
Video-recording your Android screen might sound like an easy task, but it is actually quite to do, without the proper know-how. Unlike Windows, Android doesn’t really makes it easier for the developers to just create a feature-rich android screen recording app.Screen recording apps available on the Google Play Store mostly require you to root your phone, and most of them are paid apps. Even if you do find a free app, it […]

How To Make An Animated GIF, With Free Tools
You must have seen those funny little video clips on different websites, that seem like a picture, but are actually tiny video clips (kind a like a “Picdeo”). These are called GIFs, although they function like a Picture (without any play/stop button), but they are actually tiny video clips with added effects.If you are wondering how you can create a GIF of your own (why wouldn’t you? They are damn […]

How To Record Computer Screen (Free)
Screenshots are quite handy when you need to show someone what is happening on your screen. There are also many methods to take Screenshots in Windows making the process even easier. However, there are times when screenshots are just not enough to present what you want to convey.Screenshots work great when you need to provide step by step instructions, but sometimes you just need to make a movie of a […]

Netatmo Welcome Camera
Following in the footsteps of competitors Withings and Dropcam, Netatmo is launching Welcome at CES 2015, a smart home camera featuring face recognition. The surveillance device learns to recognize family members and is able to send their names to the user’s smartphone, when an unknown face appears, the application notifies the homeowner.

GuidiGo Powers First in-Gallery Tour on Google Glass at De Young Museum
We have published about GuidiGo when it was selected at the last google I/O as one of the fifth official partners of Google Glass.Starting today, Google Glass owners will be able to enjoy an “augmented tour” of the Keith Haring exhibition at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. The company showed me the demo on Saturday during the exhibition’s opening hours.De Young Museum is the first museum to officially […]

Adobe Voice, Storytelling App for iPad
For quite some time, Adobe has made many efforts to offer mainstream users easy-to-use creative tools such as Photoshop Element and the Touch Apps. If you are unfamiliar with Adobe Touch Apps, it is an image editing app suite specifically designed for touch displays, for Smartphones or tablets.Knowing that video is the key driver for online audience, with YouTube making almost 20% of the internet traffic, the company developed a […]

Arcsoft SimpliCam with Closeli Cloud Service
[CES 2014] Arcsoft, a software company that develops various imaging technologies, is coming to CES with its first hardware: the Simplicam, a WiFi surveillance camera that connects to Closeli, a cloud-based service platform accessible online.Arcsoft claims that Simplicam is the first consumer-grade video surveillance solution to feature face tracking and the only solution to enable smartphone editing on the go.Face tracking allows the system to prevent the detection system to […]

Replay for iOS Makes Cool Videos Automatically in Seconds
Replay is a new application that allows iPhone owners to create automatically compelling videos using the photos and the video clips stored in the gallery.When Jeff Boudier, co-founder, Stupeflix, the company behind Replay, showed me a demo a month ago, I was amazed by the results and the speed of the application: within seconds, I could watch a short video of his vacations with a vintage filter and a soundtrack, […]

Video Earrings Are Small LCDs That Hang From Your Earlobes
Considering how much we enjoy taking our content on the go as we can play games, watch videos and listen to music all from our mobile devices, we wonder what took so long to bring this technology to our earlobes. Actually – we didn’t wonder that, but apparently the creators behind Video Earrings did, and have created a product that is pretty much two small LCDs hanging from your earlobes.

Sony NEX-5T with WiFi, NFC and Fast Hybrid AF
At Ubergizmo, in addition to our two Canon EOS-50D we carry the NEX-5N – we bought all those devices –  to shoot videos during briefings and conferences, and we are overall very happy with the photo quality and the high quality microphone that can be attached to the body. So we were quite excited when we could briefly get our hands on the new Sony NEX-5T that has a similar […]

YouTube Co-Founder Announces MixBit Collaborative Video Platform
One of YouTube’s co-founders teased he was close to launching a new video service, but was about a month away from its actual launch. What better day to launch an actual product, or in this place a video platform, than on the day where the Internet is running rampant with April Fools’ Day stories? We could think of 364 better days, but regardless of what we think, Chad Hurley decided […]

Amazon Gets Undercover Boss, Star Trek and More CBS Shows
Amazon has announced an extension of the content licensing deal that it previously had with CBS. As a result, more shows are being added for Amazon Prime Instant subscribers to watch. New titles include Undercover Boss, Star Trek, Everybody Loves Raymond, America’s Next Top Model, The L Word  and United States of Tara – in no particular order.

You're About To See Videos in Your Wikipedia
While there are some videos currently embedded on Wikipedia pages–according to this category, 244 of them–Wikipedia isn’t really known as a place where people upload and watch videos. The problem is that Wikipedia’s old video player only played Ogg files. Which is fine, because we’ve got YouTube and other services for that, but there are a lot of articles where creative-commons licensed video could make a huge difference. Which is […]

Olympus Tough TG-1 iHS
Olympus unveiled its new flagship camera in its rugged point-and-shoot lineup, the Olympus Tough TG-1 iHS, which is an elegant device packed with impressive features. Compact cameras have to face fierce competition from smartphones and consequently, manufacturers feel the pressure to offer DSLR-like features in their consumer products. The Olympus TG-1 is the first high-speed bright f2.0 lens on a Tough camera that is waterproof to 12 m / 40 […]