The vjay app is essentially djay for video, providing impressive video mash ups. The app allows iPad 2 or iPad 3 users to mix two video clips together right on the device, in real-time.
Vjay uses iTunes as a source, allowing users to select video and audio clips directly from the iTunes Store, and it also incorporates video filmed with the camera on the iPad. Both the iPad 2 and the newest iPad have decent video filming capabilities, meaning vjay is a handy app for all sorts of occasions from birthday parties to performances.
In addition to library clips and original video, Algoriddim provides several stock clips for users to add to their video montages.
When source material has been selected, the mixing of videos and audio clips is done real-time with two scratch pads, one for each video, with a center mixing window where users can see the results, much like djay.
After mixing, the newly merged video can be saved to your camera roll, and for live video mixing sessions, the iPad can be plugged into a TV using an HDMI cable or streamed to an Apple TV with AirPlay.
Algoriddim’s vjay is currently available for download in the App Store, at the very reasonable price of $9.99.