I’ve mentioned AVFoundation previously, the Cocoa framework for working with audio and video before and pointed out this great library that makes it very easy to record video that utilizes AVFoundation.
AVFoundation can be difficult to work with, and recently Bob McCune submitted a couple of great examples showing how to use AVFoundation.
There are two projects – one covering the basics of using AVFoundation demonstrating how to capture, playback and compose video, and another example project showing how to put it all together to create a video editing application.
Here’s an image showing the AVFoundation editor example in action:
You can find the AVFoundation demos covering the basics on Github here and the in-depth example on creating a video editor on Github here.
Very useful resources if you’re learning how to work with video using AV Foundation.
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