It’s a sad fact that Apple has neglected to enable video recording for the iPhone, but that doesn’t mean iPhone users are going to be left out in the cold. Thanks to the prolific iPhone developer community, there are more features and applications for the iPhone than we can count – the newest application being “iPhone Video Recorder.”
The new application allows iPhone users to record video in compressed mp4 format, at 15fps video capture rates. The iPhone Video Recorder nabs both video (at up to 320×412 resolution) and audio.
To get iPhone Video Recorder, you’ll need to have a jailbroken iPhone (here’s how). Simply add the “http://www.iphone-recorder.com/install2” repository to your “Sources” list (here’s how) and find the application under the “Multimedia” category. Install the application and go about your merry, video-recording way.
If you like the app and want to record videos longer than 30 seconds in length, you’ll need to pony up the donation to the developer. Full functionality comes with a $19.95 price tag.