Created on iPhone and iPad: Music recorded with MultiTrack DAW using built-in iPad microphone (mastered on Mac with Garage Band). Video shot and edited on iPhone 4, with iMovie, Vintage-Video and Vintage Video Maker.
Looking forward to HD video and iMovie on the upcoming iPhone. But for now, here's a little video of flowers around our yard at the start of a short summer rain shower. Video taken with iPhone. Continuity audio recorded with Blue FiRe. Edited on iPad with ReelDirector.
Based on a quote by David Shields from his book, "Reality Hunger". Created with iPad and iPhone applications:
The sequenced music track was created with iSequence on an iPad and then pasted into StudioTrack.
The "Art is Not Truth" vocal line was created with Speak It! on an iPhone, played through the speaker and recorded into iSequence through the microphone
The mixed audio track was exported to a MacBook Pro, mastered in GarageBand and then imported into ReelDirector.
The text animation was created in Doink on an iPad and then video recorded through an iPhone camera. The resulting clips were effected through Hollywood FX Video Maker, Video FX Bundle, Vintage Video Maker and ReelDirector.
The final video was edited and rendered in ReelDirector.
I was playing around with some shots of my kitchen light fixture when I remembered an old cassette I'd found with some ambient jamming I'd laid down sometime in the mid '80s. Seemed like a good combination and here's what I ended up with. Video shot and edited on an iPhone with iPhone Video FX Bundle and ReelDirector.
Created on iPhone. I started out by videotaping a flower in a darkened room, illuminated by a single light. Then applied various filters on a few cips with Video FX and Vintage Video Maker. I took one of the segments and output a sequence of stills using VideoPix .I then created a stop-motion sequence with stills using Flipbook. I shot the exported motion capture clip from the screen as it played on the flibook web site. Finally edited together using ReelDirector using imported music track created specifically for the clip with Soundtrack Pro.
The final movie didn't import properly into vimeo from the original .mov file, so I exported it to an .mp4 before uploading this version.