Censor Your Videos – Unnecessary Censorship App AppDictions Review
Broadcasting companies are required to comply with censorship requirements should a statement or image is found to be offensive, harmful, inconvenient, or sensitive to even some of the viewers. This is usually done either by bleeping the words uttered, placing a black strip on the mouth of the one speaking, or blurring the image if necessary.
When I was younger, I was curious on how and frankly, why, the censored areas of certain media appeared. Now that I understand why, you can learn a little bit more about the how, and give it a try yourself on this app.
For you to know and find out, we are introducing Unnecessary Censorship app. It is a camera and video tool app in one made for iOS supported gadgets. This nifty little app allows you to create, edit and censor your videos on right on your iPhone.
Censor Your Videos – Unnecessary Censorship App Features:
This video utility app allows its user to convert your videos or photos in something more spectacular and hilarious. With proper timing and the right kind of censorship tool to use, you can surely change the mood of the video itself. For example, try taking a video of your boss shouting at you, and imagine what it would look like if some parts of it were censored. That’s very dark and funny isn’t it?
Unnecessary Censorship can do the following as well:
- Censorship tools can be placed anywhere in the file just by dragging it.
- The duration of the bleep can be customized. It could be shorter or longer.
- Rendered images of videos can be saved (and scattered if you wish)
Censor Your Videos – Unnecessary Censorship App Appearance & Layout:
The layout and interface of this app allows you to easily understand the controls, making it easier for you to master every detail. The interface design is airy and the video controls are so %$#$ing easy to use! Large icons and buttons containing recognizable video editing controls, along with a timeline is simple to use. Tutorials exist should the user need.
Cennsor Your Videos – Unnecessary Censorship App Value:
Tons of bleeping fun is to be had, so go ahead and censor your videos and try out the Unnecessary Censorship app in iTunes for a nominal fee of $0.99. Make sure that you have iOS 4.3 and up so you can enjoy it.
MAKE FUNNY VIDEOS!!! Take video from your device camera and censor it (unnecessarily) to make it look like the person in your video did or said something inappropriate! Simple and Fun!
Bleep, pixelate and censor video of your friends, family, bosses, teachers, pedestrians, clerks, food servers, pets or anyone you wish to give the illusion that they swore or did something inappropriate!
Create your own viral videos with this app!
Please watch the tutorial video inside the App!
Top 5 tips:
1) You can position the black box censor anywhere in the preview window. Just Tap and drag.
2) You can change the size of the censor by tapping twice on the red timeline indicator.
3) Press play; press the censor button to add a bleep. The longer you hold the button, the longer the bleep.
4) Make a bleep last longer or shorter by dragging the endpoints of the red indicator.
5) Press Save to render the file to your Unnecessary Censorship Library where you can share five different ways; Facebook, YouTube, Email, iPhoto Export, and iTunes File Sharing.
If the App is unstable, please contact Chris and Darren for support instead of writing a bad review on iTunes. We would like to hear from you! 🙂 Email uc–at—murthadesign.com
What are you waiting for? Start laughing today!!!
Compatible devices running iOS 4.3+:
Important: Supports video recorded from the default camera app on the iOS device. Not supported are other formats and/or video edited from other programs.
Unnecessary Censorship includes part of the FFmpeg libraries licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) version 2.1 or later. GNU Lesser General Public, Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA and you can distribute it and/or modify it under the terms of such license. FFmpeg is a trademark of Fabrice Bellard (originator of the FFmpeg project – FFmpeg project, http://ffmpeg.org) You may obtain a complete machine-readable copy of the source code for such free software under the terms of the LGPL without charge except for the cost of media, shipping and handling, upon written request to unnecessarycensorship.com.