If you want to keep a video diary instead of just a written one, here are some useful apps you can use to keep an online video diary.
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A recent poll by Nielsen revealed that adults in the United States now watch six hours per day collectively on video. What about you?
Do you want to watch videos online with friends in real-time? These are some applications that exist for this purpose. Let’s check them out.
The rise of smartphones has brought with it a bad side effect – filming videos one way, then rotating the camera after you start recording. Here’s how to fix badly-rotated videos in VLC.
When you’re creating a professional-looking slideshow, you may want to add a video to it. Here’s how to add videos in Google Slides and set them to automatically play.
As the iPhone’s camera gets better with each iteration, the file size of the videos also increases exponentially. Here are some easy ways to reduce video size in iOS.
You can add videos from your computer or the Internet to play directly in your Word document. Here are the step-by-step guides to adding videos to your Word document.
Facebook has all sorts of videos, and you’re bound to run into one you want to download. Learn how you can easily download videos from Facebook in your browser.
The Youtube app for Android doesn’t allow you to play video in the background. Here is how you can listen to YouTube without the video on Android and run it in the background.
One of the negatives of Instagram is that it doesn’t allow you to download photos and videos. 4K Stogram solves that problem and takes it one step further.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to save YouTube videos to your hard drive? You can with Airy YouTube Video Downloader: Lifetime License.
Today’s smartphones have cameras that are great for professional-quality videos. Here are some tips for you to shoot better mobile videos with your smartphone.
Recent generations of the iPhone have been praised for the sheer quality of video. Combined with these apps, you can now shoot video on your iPhone like a DSLR.
Looking for a way to play your Apple videos on non-Apple devices? Tuneskit helps you do that, removing DRM encoding from your videos.
Twitter announced that they would be discontinuing Vine “in the coming months.” Vine users can check out these Vine alternatives and start switching now.
If your WordPress site has a lot of videos, here are seven great WordPress video plugins to try.
Watching your favorite videos on YouTube and Vimeo is always a lot of great fun. Now you can watch them on your desktop with MovieSherlock Pro for Mac.
If you have photos and videos you don’t want anyone to see, you might consider downloading this free Android app to hide pictures and videos.