Boy, it sure would be nice if I could use my iPhone to scan documents and send them off to my: Lawyer, Real Estate agent, doctor, etc. Wouldn’t it??
Well, NOW I CAN with an App called Cam Scanner Free. After downloading the App from the iTunes App Store, I can then “scan” the document with my iPhone (or iPad 2 and up, iPod Touch Gen 4 and up). Enhance the document and save it. Then, email the image as a .PDF off to whoever needs it. It’s that simple.
This REALLY has made life easier. I used to: Place the document on my “Stand alone Scanner”. Make sure I had it in the right space on my scanner. Go to my computer and set the image quality I wanted. Scan the image. Then, save it to a file on my PC. Then, try and find the document image on my PC. Then, attach it to an email and send it.
With Cam Scanner, it’s an “All In One”. Scan, save, email. It takes just a few minutes. It will also allow you to scan multiple images and save them to one file. Then, send them off via email in one shot.
It’s AWESOME!! Take a look at my video and see how easy it is.
YOU CAN DO IT!!
You can have your own Podcasting Studio. Right in your own house!
Do you think it’s expensive to have the equipment to Podcast? Nope.
This is a truly AMAZING Podcasting App from the Apple App Store.
The App is called BossJock Studio. It allows you to make professional sounding Podcasts right from your iPad or iPhone. Just download the app to your Apple device, load a few songs to your “cart” and you’re off and running.
When used in conjunction with a portable microphone like the Samson Go Mic, you’ll be able to Podcast On-The-Road. No more excuses.
BossJock Studio App is an All-In-One High Quality, Inexpensive, Mobile Podcasting Solution for your iPad or iPhone. Just download the BossJock Studio App and you can Podcast from your device.
BossJock Studio App for IOS
Samson Go Mic
Apple Camera Connection Kit
Take your Show on the Road with the BossJock Studio Podcasting App!!
Totally mobile solution to Podcasting on the road.
Here is a stunning example of the quality of video you can get by using the FiLMiC Pro App (approximately $4.99 at this posting date) on your iPhone and then do a little editing in post production.
This video is by Adam Boros and was posted on YouTube a few months ago.
It was shot in the 1080p Setting, 24 frames per second and 50 mbit/second and a Tripod was used. Then it was edited in Final Cut Pro X.