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Mark Peters : March 11th 2013 - 10:45 CET

New iPhone camera app


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AppleTakes camera app for Apple iPhone : Available in the App Store, Takes is the new iPhone app that turns pictures into amazing movies. Takes instantly transforms your photographs into one cohesive video, with music, from a pre-defined library or from your iTunes collection. According to NPD group, almost 30% of all photos are taken with smart phones. While photos are shared amongst friends, families and even with brands, photos remain static images. With Takes, you simply point and shoot to capture an image with the Takes app. The technology automatically transforms your memories into fun and engaging video clips, while still preserving the original images. Takes stitches together your images into a beautiful, montage-style video for sharing, storytelling and fun. There’s no need for long video segments, editing, or overlaying music.
iPhone camera app

iPhone camera app
To enhance and personalize your new video, choose from among filters and unique song selections that are powered by the Takes Music Engine. This extraordinary technology seamlessly matches the song you choose to the tempo and length of your video, resulting in a soundtrack that feels professionally produced just for your video. "Some moments last forever and some moments are just moments. With Takes this is the first app I have ever seen that truly disrupts the junction of videography and photography," observed Internet pioneer, Jeff Pulver.

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Takes camera app for iPhone
Once you’ve completed your Takes masterpiece, you can share it with other Takes users, post it to leading social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, or send it by e-mail. The entire process of creating a beautifully produced 'Take' is just seconds. Users can view the Takes that your friends have uploaded, look through your own collection and even see which videos have received attention from other users, effectively creating a brand new community of individuals sharing their own unique content.

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