A few days ago, Algoriddim, the creators of the popular music-mixing djay apps for Mac, iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad, launched a video-music mixing app, vjay for iPhone. With user-generated or professionally produced content, it makes it easier for users, novice or pro, to create, edit and share custom video mash-ups.
Whether setting family video or photo moments to a customized soundtrack or cranking out Top 40 video mixes, with added special effects to share personal one-of-a-kind experiences with friends, fans and family members, anyone with an iPhone 5, iPhone 4S or even the new iPod touch can mix music or video, either personal or downloaded media.
In the camera app, the new vjay directly integrates with iPhone's video-recording element. In order for fans to sample and add their favorite beats and begin mixing music and video content right away, it includes pre-bundled video content from electro-pop superstars Far East Movement, video artist Eclectic Method, DJ & MC master J-Live, and many other clips and loops.
Through vjay, a broad library of content from iTunes is also available. Users can play the custom-made music and video mash-ups directly to a TV, or record their performances live to share via Facebook (News - Alert) and YouTube.
"We've always been about using technology to discover new ways to create and spread the music. The collaboration with Algoriddim on the Turn Up The Love x Digital Graffiti Project in downtown L.A. was fun and a big hit," said Kev Nish of Far East Movement.
He added that this new ability to share one-of-a-kind music and video mash-ups with fans on Facebook and YouTube (News - Alert) with iPhones is really breakthrough. On the new iPhone 5 and latest iPod touch, the new vjay app takes advantage of the wider real estate. It aims to simplify user experience by delivering a realistic video-mixing experience with added mixing elements.
Edited by Braden Becker