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Vjay, from the makers of Djay

The hugely popular Djay app now has a video-specific brother, Vjay. This looks like a really well designed Video Remixer, with a clean interface and some nice transitions and effects. It comes with a handful of videos, but it also supports your own video library as well as anything you've bought on iTunes.

There is an introductory offer, bringing the price down 50% to $10.

Buy Vjay on iTunes: $9.99 (On Sale, from $19.99)

It is unfortunately limited to iPad 2 or later, but this is hardly surprising considering how much processing must be going on to be tweaking video in real-time. The hardware support for Numark's goofy iDJ Live is a nice touch.

You should seriously check out this short intro video to see it in action.

All in all a very cool app, I look forward to seeing all of the YouTube videos this will spawn!

Reader Comments 3

This looks like it would do just about everything djay does and more(but different interface and better?). Is there any reason to have both now?

June 07, 2012  | person_outline Anonymouse

I thought i read you could use songs from your library and add video (which is why i assumed it could be used like djay. don't know if that's accurate.)

June 07, 2012  | person_outline Anonymouse

I am trying to add my own videos to Vjay for a show/media arts class. The iPad I have is from work, so I don't want to sync it with my own iTunes library. I tried to Share files through iTunes (which worked fine with Colorcode VJ) but Vjay doesn't seem to load my videos. Could this be a problem with Sync or file's encoding? my videos are mov - H.264 or Mpeg4 25p. Any help welcome, thanks

July 20, 2012  | person_outline cloud
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