YouTube Capture Now Uploads 1080p Video Directly From Your iPhone

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The official YouTube Capture for iPhone and iPod touch has today been updated to introduce support for 1080p video uploading — a feature which many felt should have been included from day one. Prior to this update, which also promises improvements to audio sync and upload speeds, users were limited to uploads in 720p resolution.

For those who haven’t already got it, YouTube Capture is a free app from Google that allows you to record video on your iPhone or iPod touch and upload it directly to YouTube. It offers features that allow for color correction, image stabilization, trimming, and background music.

Version 1.1 comes with the following:

- 1080p uploads!
– Improved audio sync
– Improved upload speeds
– Lots of bug fixes

The Verge reports that the update also adds new social sharing features — including the ability to upload to Facebook, Google+, and Twitter with no restrictions. You can download YouTube Capture from the App Store now using the source link below.

  • Cgs101

    I still don’t get why this has to be a stand-alone app instead of part of the main YouTube app. Or why you even need it when YouTube uploading can be done natively.

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