- Capture images while playing.
- Keep track of the turn progression right from the camera interface.
- Notate captured images for future reference.
- Use an easy slideshow interface to view images.
- Record a movie annotating your captured game images.
- Add voice narration.
- Easily share your video battle report through YouTube.
Battle Report allows you to capture turn snapshots and compile them into a video: The app is designed to be streamlined for quick and efficient use within a table top gaming environment. Because of this, certain features are not immediately apparent. Help topics have been included to expand on such uses.
Battle Report includes a custom design camera interface that provides easy access to manipulate game progression. The camera overaly provides easy access to the turn as well as the current player. After capturing the game, there is a lot of information retained. Battle Report assists in organising and notating images, for reference when creating output video.
Battle Report is designed to encourage the production of video battle reports with voice narration: After capturing images, and making notations, you can take all that and bundle it into a video battle report to share with those who are interested.
After encoding, you may watch or share the produced movie: Presently Battle Report only offers support to share to YouTube. Battle Report will assist in remembering your password in a Keychain, so that credentials only need to be entered once.
Battle Report is compatible with: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Battle Report requires iOS 5.1 or later. Battle Report is optimized for iPhone 5.
Update, 11/25/2012, 1.1: “Added Share to Twitter, and Share to Facebook. Fixed ghosting issue with encoded videos. Fixed rotation issue with camera interface. Fixed some issues related to iOS 6.”