iOS app acts as video mirror - free for now
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Tried it last night with an iPad, generation 2. The software works as advertised, though the user interface takes a little getting used to, particularly how to seek forward and back. Once you figure it out, it's fine.
The problem is with the iPad camera: both the front and rear cameras are only capable of 30 fps. For me, I was interested in where my club shaft was releasing in relation to my hand position. With only 30 fps, the shaft and hands were just a blurry smear, so I couldn't see with any confidence what was going on.
I'll use it again for macro stuff, like body position and shoulder turn, but you'd need a faster camera to see any detail.
Just downloaded this. Pretty cool idea. Would be nice if the slow motion was faster but still neat to play with. Not sure how it's better than Ubersense though since you can record and play back in slow motion with that.
As far as fps, I read about an app called SloPro that apparently shot at 60fps until iOS6 came out, and then they couldn't. Maybe when iOS comes out they'll be able to again. I downloaded and will keep an eye on the updates just in case.