Sharing whole videos is not everyone's cup of tea, for various practical reasons like mobile data quotas, or simply missing on the fun while you wait for the footage to upload. Enter Taplet, an iPhone app backed by folks like Russell Simmons and the Game of Thrones producer, Guymon Cassady.
Taplet is dead simple - just record a video at 60, 120, or 240 fps, or load the ones you've already taken to the app. You can then tap on any frame to pull it out in high resolution, give it a bit of retouching, and then share instantly to the usual channels like Facebook, Instagram and the like, all from within the app.
Those pulled picks can be saved at the full resolution, too, unlike screenshots. We all know that oftentimes the funniest or weirdest snapshots can lurk inside all those frames per second we've taken as a party footage, not in actual pictures which people pose for, and now there is a rather effortless way to take them out, and share instantly. When we say weird, Taplet preps you for what to expect with the video below.
|Developer: Taplet, Inc.||Download: iOS|
|Category: Photo&video||Price: Free|
Pull out HD photos from videosPosted by Taplet on Tuesday, May 5, 2015