Video mixing app vjay for iPad now available in the App Store

If you are into video editting, and that too on iPad then you are surely going to love this. Algoriddim has just released their vjay app for iPad and it is now available in the App Store for download. vjay allows users to edit videos, mix them, and add effects to them right on their iPad. The vjay app is directly integrated with the media library of the iPad, so you can pick up videos of your choice from your camera roll, edit them and put them back. You can also share the videos and play them on larger screens using Airplay or HDMI cable. Features, pricing, and download link can be found below.

In vjay the changes made to the app appear in real time and users can add transitions, video and audio effects, and much more. The UI of the app is really simple to use and it won’t take long for you to get used to it.

Feature highlights from app’s description page:

– Media Access – Create stunning mashups using all your media on your iPad, including videos, music, and footage from camera roll. vjay also comes with a free bundle of pre-loaded music video and high-quality footage.

– Real-time video transitions, audio visuals effects – vjay comes with stunning audio & video effects, looping tools, visual transitions, and real-time VideoScratch™.

– Live movie recording and sharing – With a simple touch of a button, easily save your mashups to the iPad in real-time and share with friends.

– Support for external displays – Easily plug into a TV and stream videos wirelessly to Apple TV.

– Built-in camera integration – Quickly record your own video clips using the built-in iPad camera and add them to your mixes on the fly

– Integration with iTunes Store – browse, search, preview and purchase music videos on iTunes from within the app.

vjay for iPad is compatible with iPad 2 or above and requires iOS 5.0 or higher. It is available in the App Store for $9.99

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