1. How does video capture work - does it need local installation or does it do something clever through the browser?
2. How well suited is it to recapturing an updated version of a video, without redoing all the config again by hand?
On the second point, my common scenario is an app gets updated and there's a new button or slight change in a part of the screen (not the core feature being captured) and to keep it consistent, I need to re-record basically the same video with the latest app release. Got anything to help speed that up?
On point 2, yes that could work. Originally I'd been thinking of it remembering the same screen capture size/locations etc, so it would just reapply those to my updated capture but your way would help keep people focused and avoid distraction with surrounding UI.
Hi @oskar, looks very nice! What's the pricing on this? Couldn't see anything on your site.
I know there may be a concern about putting pricing front-and-center in that would scare off potential users, but highly recommend having some pricing somewhere to test actual market viability. Many people want cool stuff, but refuse to pay for it - unfortunately, that indicates the product or service isn't solving a real pain point (and that that user base is actually lousy for a business). I don't think Glitterly falls in this category, but you need paying customers to have a business, and it's best to find out this information sooner rather than later. You can always raise or reduce prices, but having something there is the best way to start figuring this out.
Good luck! It's a long journey so congrats on taking the first step.
Are there an pre-set dimensions/settings for iPhone apps? What I'd really like is just easy exporting of all screenshots and the video thumbnail.
I know there's a lot of tools that do this already but there's always room for new effects/styles. Thanks
Thanks! The video transformations can be a bit time-consuming (especially right now as there is quite a bit of traffic from hackernews) - I'll add a proper loader so you can see how much time is remaining. Admittedly I haven't tested much with firefox, i'll check if there is an issue with the download itself.