DAILY DOT COM - A lot of people are looking for their five minutes of fame – hence the growing popularity of video-sharing site YouTube.
And if you are looking to become the next music video star, there is another way to do it. It's with an application appropriately named, "Video Star ."
So what makes Video Star different, than say just picking up a camera and bolting out your favorite tune? The answer is simple; the app is really easy to use and requires no editing.
Download the app, to get started, and then select a song from your iTunes library, or buy a new one from the Music Store.
Once you've picked your song, you can play around with some of the settings like, the speed, pitch and start/end times.
When you are ready to record your new video, press the red button to hear the music to start performing. Just make sure you know the words, because you'll be lip-syncing.
A number of effects are free, including a strobing effect, hesitation feature, or option to trim your video.
You can record the videos from anywhere; all you need is an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
One button uploads the video to YouTube, or you an just save it to your camera roll. Video star has a social element too that lets users watch videos created by others and rate them on sites like Facebook or Twitter.
The app is a free download and is sure to provide lots of entertainment.
Closing arguments began Friday morning, December 13 in the child sex abuse trial of 80-year-old Giuseppe Pino LoPorto. The indictment against LoPorto includes multiple counts of sexual abuse against a child dating back to the early 1990s.
Waking up to a chilly morning! Temperatures will be a little warmer this afternoon than what we saw on Thursday, we'll also see our winds shift from northerly to southerly with clouds increasing.
The Mobile Jaycees have announced the members of the 2014-15 Azalea Trail Court.
Nick Fawal and Tara McMeans are in the Studio10 Kitchen making Shrimp filled with crab meat stuffing and wrapped in bacon which is then baked to perfection.
FOX10 News has learned William "Eddie" Patrick, captain of Mobile's First police precinct, has been demoted following an internal investigation.
Pastor of Lifeway Community Church Mike McPherson says thieves stole presents that would have been given to needy children.