Friday, June 28, 2013

5 Million Downloads!

We have reached a new milestone: 5 million downloads on Google Play Store!

Thanks for all the support. We continue to improve VidTrim with new features and better UI design. A recent addition to features is the ability to mix an audio file with your videos. You can choose to keep or remove the original audio. The feature is accessible under the Transcoding function.

Enjoy!

Friday, November 9, 2012

Video Effects on Android

VidTrim Pro now supports cool video effects that you can apply to your videos right on your Android device. Currently the supported video effects are B/W, Negate, Pixellate, Posterize, Glow, Tint0r, Edge detect, Luma and SwapUV.

The user interface is easy. Just select the desired video effect. A preview will appear for your video. When you are happy with the effect you selected press on the save icon and a new video with the applied effect will be saved to your gallery. The original video will not be modified and will be still available in your gallery.



Saturday, March 12, 2011

VidTrim Pro Brings Transcoding to Android!

VidTrim Pro brings a first to Android devices.

Now you can transcode your video files to smaller resolutions right on your device. The encoding format is the widely accepted H264 and AAC, so you can easily share your videos with your friends without fears of incompatibility.

Another new feature is direct sharing through VidTrim Pro. Just long touch on a video file and select the "Share" option. You will get a list of available share methods like e-mail, bluetooth etc.

VidTrim Pro is available in the Android Market.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

VidTrim Pro Available In The Market

Our users requested the add free version and here it is.  VidTrim Pro, the add free paid version of VidTrim is available on the Android Market.

Some users also requested to be able to install the application to their SD cards. Pro version has that feature.

More exciting new features are planned for the Pro version.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

HTC Devices With Internal Storage

HTC Droid Incredible and similar HTC devices with internal storage have an incompatible internal storage implementation.

That's why VidTrim does not show videos stored on the internal storage. But it should work normally for videos stored on the external Micro SD card.


So I recommend that you set your camera application to save videos to SD card by default. You can do it by opening up the camera app, tap the button on the left of the screen. This should bring up the options and you should be able to set where to save the video files. 


If you already have videos in your internal card, please download ES File Manager from Android Market, and move your videos from internal storage (which is /emmc on Droid Incredible) to external storage (/sdcard).

VidTrim can also be directly launched by clicking on a video in ES File Manager. It will ask you to choose an application to open the video. Choose VidTrim and it will open that video for trimming.

If you own one of these devices, please e-mail me and ask for support. I can't do anything to work around this problem right now, because I don't have one of those HTC devices to test.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Testers needed

Hello  everybody,

VidTrim is released for free in Android Market, and is available to everybody with Android version 2.1 or over. So far the application seems to work good on the following devices:
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • HTC Desire
  • HTC Evo 4G
If you have problems on your device, please send simple video clips shot on your Android device to vidtrim@goseet.com so that I can fix problems.
Please also write your device model so that I can update the supported devices list.

Thanks for everybody who support this project.

VidTrim Featured on Androinica.com

Androinica.com featured VidTrim in it's Android Apps Alert #43.

They say:

How funny is it that it took two years for Android users to be able to edit the videos that they film on their cell phones, yet we get two apps that offer that feature in the same week? We covered Snip Vid Trimmer earlier this week, but a free alternative that also can edit the videos shot on an Android phone emerged in Video Trim. Load a video, set start time, set end time, and you have a new video clip to upload or share.


And here's the video. VidTrim demonstration is on the start of the video: