Vimeo iPhone App & LightMeter Pro

Vimeo's got a sweet little application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Future versions will include the iPad and Android based systems. Check out the video above for a peek at the features, or download it free.

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It’s finally here: the OFFICIAL Vimeo iPhone app!

We’ve packed all the best parts of Vimeo into one app! Now you can upload, edit, manage and watch your videos right from your iPhone. Need some inspiration? Watch great videos based on your personal preferences or our curated channels.

Vimeo is the best way to get your videos online in the highest quality with great tools to share publicly or privately. There’s many reasons millions use Vimeo and Time Magazine voted us a Top 50 Website for the last two years running.

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Apple iTunes Vimeo LLC iPhone / iPod App

While you're there over on iTunes, check out the LightMeter Application for under a buck. Looks interesting.

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A light meter that is always in your pocket. It is indispensable for film photography with all manual camera. Measures reflected light, and allows reciprocity calculations.

Pocket Light Meter

Apple iTunes Pocket Light Meter



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9 thoughts on “Vimeo iPhone App & LightMeter Pro

  1. @js I love to see a colour meter app that could tell what colour gel i need to deal with the my led light sources or office fluros.

  2. Jeromie

    I work at a community TV station and this is huge for us. We use Vimeo for our Video on Demand (VOD) service. Between this Vimeo app and uStream we can now offer live coverage of town government and now our complete archive of shows all on any mobile device. The right use of technology can make any producer 100% accessible from anywhere in the world now, simply amazing.

  3. lolicht

    @JS just switch your creation wills to a thermocolormeter app, it does not seams to exist ... I'd like to have a app to estimate the surrounding K° and how will a picture look with a K° shift ... you could intergrate a function that look at the current time and show the shift related to the changes of sunlight color (for example for time-lapses ...)

  4. I am so mad after seeing the App for the light meter... This was something that I myself wanted to be the first to create. Grrrr! However I have read some bad reviews on it, so maybe if I get started now I can create something better. : )

  5. I was waiting for this Vimeo app! The mobile version of their website wasn't that great..

    By the way for those interested, here are my videos on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/claudelee/videos
    The Reverse Engineering video was featured on Gizmodo.com few days ago. There's also my participation to Philip Bloom first Challenge ( Rusty Petanque)
    :)

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