Mirage Lab’s MultiCorder is a video recording app that allows you to adjust the size and frame rate of the video captured by your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, or fourth-generation iPod touch, so that you can have a much finer level of control over how the storage capacity on your mobile device gets used. (While MultiCorder lists the camera-equipped iPad 2 among its supported devices, note that it doesn’t run natively on Apple’s tablet.)
The iPhone 4 shoots HD video at roughly 85MB per minute; the iPhone 3GS captures video at about a third of this, due to its standard definition camera.
When you launch MultiCorder, the app presents you with a few options to get started. There is the familiar Record button centered on the bottom of the screen; to its right is the Settings button. Tapping on this pops up a settings panel that hovers above the screen (though it would be very helpful if it rotated as you held your phone in landscape mode). From here, you can can choose you options that will dictate the quality and size of the video recorded.
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