Video Recording Comes To Older iPhones

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allplatform

Very cool to see it working on the old iPhone 3G but Cycorder has much better frame rates than this app. Hopefully the iVideo Camera crew will unlock the ability to capture 30fps at least. Who cares if you can share it or not--right now, the video captured isn't worth sharing. But, great work so far!

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seking

Your videos can be exported as analog to a VCR or DVD recorder using the Composite Video Out AV cable for iPhone (or whatever it is called). Used in conjunction with an analog video-capture solution, such as Elgato's EyeTV Hybrid or 250 Plus you can then re-digitize the video and export to iTunes, iPod, Apple TV, iMovie, iDVD, etc.

Slight generation loss but it works.

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