YouTube Capture updated with 1080p support

Craig Lloyd - Jan 25, 2013, 9:20am CST
YouTube Capture updated with 1080p support

Google launched the YouTube Capture last month, and it provided an easy and quick method for avid YouTubers to record video and upload it to their channel in a timely manner. However, it didn’t come with a wealth of awesome features that a lot of power users would like, but the app updated today with some improvements, namely 1080p recording capabilities, as well as improved features for sharing.

The update to the video recording app was pushed to the App Store today, and it now allows users to upload at full resolution with their iPhone or iPod Touch (sorry, Android users — no support just yet). Google also added some improved sharing features to the new app. YouTube Capture now lets you share any clip you’ve uploaded to any of your social networks. Previously, once you uploaded a video, you couldn’t share it to services like Facebook Google+, or Twitter.

Other than that, the updated app also now includes improved audio sync and improved upload speeds, so now you’ll be able to get those videos up on your YouTube channel even faster. The app already offers some cool editing features that allow for color correction, image stabilization, trimming, and even background music.

The update also comes with the usual bug fixes and stability improvements, and although the option to record and upload in 1080p is now available, you can still choose either 360p or 720p in the settings in case you’re strapped for data, or need to upload something quickly. YouTube Capture is a free download and the update is available now in the iTunes App Store.

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