MixBit Update Lets Users Download Complete Films to Mobile Devices
Mobile application MixBit — from YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen — got an update today that gives users the option to download complete films, among other new features.
The application, which lets you record up to 256 clips in 16-second increments then stitch them together to create an hour-long film, has updated to include options for high, quick, and raw settings to increase uploading speed.
Additionally, MixBit 1.7 now gives users the option to mute specific clips and select thumbnails for their videos. The update also adds a new “ground up” trimming tool, which will replace the previous versions often clunky model.
Most importantly, previous to version 1.7, MixBit users were only able to download individual clips of video to their camera rolls. Now, however, MixBit has updated to include complete project downloading. Although, according to MixBit, this process may take a minute or two.Tags: Android, Apps, chad hurley, iOS, MixBit, mobile video, youtube