If you have an iPad check out a free app called Adobe Voice. David Pogue says it is “One of the simplest, most creative, most joyous apps ever written.” Adobe Voice for iPad helps you create animated video in minutes.
There’s no filming or graphics work. Using just your voice, tell your story, one line at a time. It teaches you how to structure your story using over 25,000 iconic images. Add music and a style with one tap. Create cinema-quality animation which you can share with anyone online. Download Adobe Voice here.
Video hosting is built-in. Adobe Voice uses industry standard H.264 HD video and HTML5 so people can view these stories on any device. All the content is stored on the Creative Cloud which is where Adobe now releases all new versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, After Effects, InDesign and more.
You can get a free Creative Cloud membership here.
Before you check out the new Google Earth, make sure you are first running Google Chrome on your desktop or Android on your phone. iOS will be available soon. Last year Google released a VR version of Google Earth. This new version is no longer a separate app, but a web site https://www.google.com/earth/ . This […]Read More
Full HD 360-Degree Spherical Panoramic Digital Camera Here’s what my friend Tim Doherty shot with his Ricoh Theta S. Use your mouse to click and slide the view. The Ricoh Theta S is available on Amazon. The Theta S will shoot 1080p HD at 30fps for up to 25 minutes per charge. It can also […]Read More
Trend Micro, the software security company, warns there are two “critical vulnerabilities” in QuickTime for Windows and advises users to uninstall this program immediately. The Homeland Security Department also posted a warning https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA16-105A based on Trend Micro’s findings and also recommends that PC users remove QuickTime from their systems. Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, […]Read More