The Aspose.Video Cloud for .NET SDK allows you to edit video file properties such as FPS, aspect ratio and resolution from .NET applications. You can also convert video to different formats and re-encode it with the different video codec.
The SDK communicates with the Aspose.Video for Cloud REST API which allows you to edit video file properties such as FPS, aspect ratio and resolution. Besides files manipulation, it also enables you to convert the video to different supported formats and also re-encode it with the different video codecs.
Appy Pie, cloud based mobile apps builder, continues to add to its list of supported APIs. Its latest additions include some of the most prevalent names in image sharing: Facebook, Flickr, Pinterest, Picassa and Instagram. The image newcomers to the Appy Pie portfolio allow developers to share images in realtime with users.
Nokia this week released version 1.2 of its Imaging SDK. The new developer tools, which were announced by CEO Stephen Elop at Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco, will allow developers to add a wide range of new features to their own camera applications. The SDK applies to devices running Windows Phone 8.0 and Windows Phone 8.1. Nokia claims the SDK will let even entry-level devices run compelling and complex imaging applications thanks to optimization and low-memory requirements.
For some, pursuing further education is impractical or simply unaffordable. In such cases, having the option to study from wherever is convenient and without the burden of cost would be an invaluable gift. The Khan Academy is working to provide a solution and the Khan Academy API is helping to spread the wealth.