This is a fun little app for the iPhone. It’s called QueuingCam. The description on the App Store was a bit vague but it was only $0.99 so I went ahead and bought it. It works like this; the app records one second of video (with audio) each time you press the shutter button. The next (and the next and the next…) time you take a one second video it’ll be added to the already existing “material” so to speak. The video I shot above explains it quite well. I’m hoping for two things in an upcoming release/update; 1. the ability to have more than one project going at the same time. 2. being able to delete the last shot second of video (or possibly having the ability to delete whichever part of the video you’d like). Anyway, I’d recommend this app to a friend (and I have!).
I tried finding an official site for the app but I couldn’t find one.
UPDATE Aug 7, 2012:
One of my gripes have been solved (well, it was there all along). It appears that this button lets you delete the last shot second of video — an “undo button” so to speak. Good to know!
QueuingCam | App Store