updated 12:40 pm EDT, Thu June 7, 2012
Supports transitions, effects, sharing and live output
Algoriddim has launched vjay for iPad, a new video mixing tool. Users can assemble video, music, and photos pulled from their iPad's library, or fall back on preloaded clips. The app also supports quickly inserting video recordings from an iPad's camera, and buying music videos from the iTunes Store.
Video can be streamed directly to a TV via an HDMI adapter cable, or over Wi-Fi to an Apple TV. In production users have access to a number of audio and video effects, including transitions and video scratching. Some audio-specific options include looping, slicing, pitch-bending, waveforms, BPM sync, and automatic beat and tempo detection.
When not doing a live performance people can save and share their mixes with others. vjay is currently on sale for $10, but will jump to $20 after an unidentified grace period ends. The app requires at least iOS 5.1, as well as a second- or third-generation iPad.