Apply filters to your video in real-time with Vixl, now on Windows Phone 8

About two weeks ago we told you guys about Vixl, a pretty cool videography app coming soon for Windows Phone. The app is made by the same guys who make Pixl, one of our favorite Flickr apps. Well, you can now head to the Windows Phone Store to try and buy Vixl for Windows Phone.

With Vixl you can create 20 second video clips and share them to Facebook and Flickr, with more social networks (like YouTube and Vimeo) coming in a future update. The app is unique in that you can apply various filters to your video in real-time while recording. You’ve got fun choices like Lomo, Vignette, 8mm, Black and White, and more. You have 14 total filters in all. See a sample video here.

Future updates for Vixl will bring sound, new filters, more networks to share, a Windows Phone 7 version, and whatever else you suggest through comments and feedback.

Vixl for Windows Phone costs $1.29, but there is a trial that lets you completely demo the app with the exception of sharing to Facebook/Flickr. Grab it in the Store, use the QR code below, or swipe to the right in our app. 

Sam Sabri