Two New Palm OS Video Recorders
Two new video capturing programs have been made available for devices that ship with a camera. Developers have now brought a means to capture video clips to the palmOne Treo 600 and Zire 71.
Live! - Treo 600
Live! is a new video capturing application for the Treo 600 from Toysoft that does motion videos with out sound. Video can be recorded to main memory with or without compression and to an external SD card without compression. A movies length is limited to the amount of internal free space available. You can set the recording and play back speed and the number of frames to record. After the video is saved you can export the video to individual JPG files to the external card.
MoveRec - Treo 600
The first Treo 600 movie software MovieRec has been recently updated to v1.04. The freeware application fixes a number of previous bugs and adds functionality. You can now record, playback and manage multiple movie clips, adjust capture rates and settings and export to external storage in the mpeg1 or H.263 format.
Zire 71 Movie Maker
Dmitry Grinberg is the first third party developer to bring video recording to the palmOne Zire 71, with was shipped with a still only camera. The Zire Movie Maker records 160x120 pixel videos. It does not record sound as the Zire 71 does not include a mic. The app lets you control the capture settings and also features a number of video filters. The program requires 2MB of free memory, but the more free space will allow you to record longer clips.
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