Vidom is a video capture and web video publishing tool.
The Vidiom application for Android devices captures MP4 video and allows you to publish them to a variety of video hosting services. The video and audio codecs used in the recorded video files are dependent on the phone model and the selected quality setting.
There is a in-build video editor, allowing you to trim the video on the phone before publishing.
You can publish recorded videos to Facebook, YouTube, videobin.org, and video CMS sites like Plumi that allow FTP publishing. You can also email the recorded video as an attachment, or email or tweet the hosted video URL. Vidiom allows you to import previously recorded videos from other applications, from the SD card and publish them to hosting services.
Vidiom allows you to setup automatic publishing to the services listed above after each video is recorded. You will also get email notifications of video successfully published.
If you leave feedback about the application please include your phone's model so we can arrange to test the application on that type of phone.
Open source application covered by the GNU GPL v3. Source code is available here: https://github.com/andynicholson/Vidiom
v0.7.1 Released on March 17th 2013. Gallery now shows all hosted URLs for a video in one place, Bugfix for the record/stop menu item, Uploading progress bars for individual videos in the Gallery, Bug fix to stop accidental simultaneous upload of same video.
v0.7.0 Released on July 31st 2012. FREE APP again
Action Bar transparent, moved Vidiom camera overlay controls to bottom of screen, and Twitter integration fixes
Full change log: https://github.com/andynicholson/Vidiom/blob/master/README