It’s been a year more so since we covered the launch of How.Do, a startup that lets users create instructional storyboards with their iPhones(s aapl) – you shoot a bunch of still pictures and record up to 8 seconds of audio to go with each one, then quickly assemble them.
This is perfect for people in the maker movement, and the Berlin-based company seems to be getting significant traction there, roughly half of which has been in the U.S. Now How.Do is gaining a new feature: short video clips.
Introduced in a new version of the app on Thursday, the feature makes it possible to include moving image clips of up to 8 seconds in How.Do “micro guides”, as the firm calls them. That doesn’t mean the whole thing needs to be video – the tutorial can combine stills and video, using each format where it’s most appropriate. A…
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