follow Free to use but best with a subscription. RealTimes is free to use and comes with 2GB of cloud storage for free and are limited to 30 second Stories.
Users can get an additional 5GB of storage for enabling Auto Upload in the app. This feature automatically uploads all your photos and video clips to the cloud and will automatically be made into Stories.
You can tweak each story before sharing, adding your own music, switching transition effects, or swapping the order of your photos and videos. Subscriptions will get you more storage and features. Subscribers also get the ability to make longer Stories. It's not going to unlock everything like a subscription but it does give you a few more features.
Speaking of music, there's a ton of stock music included in the app but you can add your own music if you want. You can also do a voice over for your video for a personal touch.
During my testing, RealTimes for Android kept crashing when trying to add my own music but I was using a pre-release version. Another problem I found was that longer Stories took a long time to export. I created a four minute long Story that took over 30 minutes to export on my iPad. RealTimes sets out to help you organize your mess of photos on your computer, tablet, or phone and it works well.
Whether or not you'll need RealTimes comes down to how social you are. If you love sharing photos and videos with your Facebook friends, RealTimes is great.
If you're more of a private person and typically enjoy looking at your photos alone, you're not going to get the best of what RealTimes has to offer. By automating the organization and sharing of your photos and videos, RealTimes helps social butterflies share their content without much work. You don't have to worry about touching up every photograph or organizing albums to share. If you have a ton of photos and videos and don't know what to do with them, RealTimes is a great tool to help you organize and share them.
Author's review Welcome to RealTimes: The RealPlayer you love, now with even more ways to bring your moments to life:. The Mac RealTimes release in the Mac App Store includes all the premium story-related features, with no subscription requi red. If you don't need a ton of cloud storage, this is a smart way to use it.
You can tweak each story before sharing, adding your own music, switching transition effects, or swapping the order of your photos and videos. Click "OK" and the file will be converted immediately. Features of RealPlayer include a video download utility, a web browser, "visualizations" graphical animations or "light shows" that appear on the screen when playing music , equalizer and video controls including Crossfade and Gapless playback in RealPlayer Plus , recording audio, CD ripping, and a media converter which allows converting files to a variety of common audio and video formats. Past versions of RealPlayer have been criticized for containing adware and spyware. Latest Stories. Illegal activities: November 8,
Mac users may have noticed problems when trying to download videos using RealPlayer, a lot of which can be attributed to confusion between RealPlayer Gold and RealPlayer SP. Fortunately, there are video downloading alternatives for Mac which work much better than RealPlayer to help you download videos.
If you plan on downloading a lot of content, Flash Video Downloader is an easy-to-use and powerful tool that downloads videos from almost any Flash streaming site , including those that require a log-in or have video advertisements.
The only requirement of using the tool is that the video be set to Autoplay, meaning that the video must be streaming as its being downloaded. Download videos on Mac with these RealPlayer alternatives. Kefa Olang has been writing articles online since April He has been published in the "Celebration of Young Poets" and has an associate degree in communication and media arts from Dutchess Community College, and a bachelor's degree in broadcasting and mass communication from the State University of New York, Oswego.
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