Capture – The Quick Video Camera
A good idea, decently implemented. We’d like to have seen more guidance on how video is saved
Capture – The Quick Video Camera Review
by on February 25, 2012
How often have you reached for your iPhone or iPod touch to video your family, friends, colleagues or pets do something hilarious, then wasted so much time waiting for the Camera app to load – tapping to toggle from still mode to video mode, then finally tapping record – that the moment is long past?
That’s what Capture aims to fix. Its theory is really simple: all it does is capture video, and it will start doing just that automatically almost as soon as you launch it. To stop recording, just press the Home button and the captured video will be saved to the Camera Roll of your Photos app as usual. There are essentially no other features, though you can toggle an iPhone 4’s LED on and off, and set a couple of app parameters in Settings.
There are only two minor issues. There’s a delay in saving a long video clip while it processes, which means it won’t show up in your Camera Roll instantly. This can make it seem as though your video hasn’t saved, but it just hasn’t yet. And while it’s saving, the Capture app locks and doesn’t let you capture new video.
Download this app: Capture – The Quick Video Camera
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