The Digital Movie Creator Digital Camera, from the Intel Play division (since closed). I shouldn't call this thing the IntelPlay, because the division made other products, but "Digital Movie Creator" is just a horrible name.
Super-cheap Digital Video Camera. Holds 1 minute of "high-quality" video or 4 minutes of "low-fi" (can't define what those mean at the moment). Paid $40, including tax and shipping.
Tips (maybe not the right way, but what's worked so far)
- getting a still image from a video clip. Go in the create area, play a clip, stop at the right frame, then choose the wallpaper tool. The file will be saved (as bmp, but without that extension) in the IntelPlay's "user files" folder.
the software doesn't want to launch if the camera's not in the cradle, which could be a pain if you just want to edit/manage your stuff.
I wish you could kill the sounds in the camera itself (it makes a loud double-beek: when you turn it on by pressing any button; when you start video recording; and when it turns itself off after a couple minutes).
I wish it recharged in the cradle. I fear it will suck AAAs.
I wish it had an offswitch. I fear buttons will be pressed while it's inside a bag...
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