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iPad – vjay – New

From the developers of djay, vjay appears as if it is going to be just as successful. Mix and scratch your favorite music videos from iTunes or combine songs from your music library with personal video footage into an interactive audio visual experience. Or use your iPad’s built-in camera to create your very own music video live. vjay lets you get creative with your content, display directly to a TV, stream wirelessly via Apple TV, or record your performances live to share on your favorite social channels.

Check out more details below. This app retails for $9.99./£5.99 and you can download it here.

Your Videos, Music & More


Pre-Bundled Content
vjay comes bundled with great high-quality content to get you started:

  • a music video from Parov Stelar
  • dance video from Lil’Buck and Yak Films
  • soccer video by football duo F2
  • skateboarding video from Stereo Vinyl Cruisers
  • snowboarding video by Isenseven
  • a video of parkour artist group, Parkour Paris
  • visual art videos by VJLoops

Real-time Video Transitions & Effects


Mix & Perform

Beat & Tempo Detection
vjay’s on-the-fly audio analysis calculates the beats per minute (BPM) and exact location of each beat, enabling a host of other features including Auto-Sync.

Visual Mixing with Waveforms
vjay’s audio wave form display gives you an overview of a song’s structure and allows you to visually cue to specific points to prepare the prefect transition.


Visual EQs
The 3-band equalizer allows you to seamlessly blend one song into another, while simultaniously changing the video colors as a great effect.

Pre-Cueing with Headphones
By enabling vjay’s Split Output mode you can cue songs through headphones independently from the mix that goes through the main speakers for live DJing.

Record & Play


Live Recording
With a simple touch of a button, easily save your mashups to the iPad in real-time to share with friends.

Output via HDMI or AirPlay
Share your peformances on the big screen through the Digital AV Adapter using HDMI or stream wirelessly to your Apple TV.

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