Recording a concert video with a single view point is going to become a thing of the past. You must be thinking we are talking about the impossible, but read on. We are living in a world where there are smartphone applications for just about anything, we now have an iOS application that can put together videos of different viewpoints, its editing.
Vyclone is the name of the app and is the brainchild of artist Joe Sumner and his friend David King Lassman. Working as a musician for years, I noticed that people were always taking video of their favorite moments of each concert, but there was no way for them to share their different viewpoints with each other, Sumner said in a statement.
Here’s what the app does. It uses the iPhone’s GPS to take up to four videos captured with a 100-foot radius and automatically merges them together so that you get a synchronized video collaboration with multiple points of view.
If you think the video put together by the app can be better, you can order up another auto mix or edit a clip on your own.
You can also choose from Instagram-like filters to apply to clips. There are options for sharing clips with other users of the app as well as on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
Here’s a video explaining all this. Hit the play button.
Does Vyclone look like an app you always wanted? Go get it, the app is free.