The increasing ability to easily capture high quality video brings up a number of interesting questions.

Take a look at the clip below, it's Arcade Fire playing Cochella and the thing that you are immediately struck by is just how many in the audience are using their mobiles to video the event. This is nothing new, it's been going on for years and The Beastie Boys even used their crowd sourced content to create a video.

However, there's something going on here that might be a little more significant than first appears.

When this technology improves, which it clearly is already, Flip is shutting down- Cisco seemingly given up the fight and realizing video technology is just going to end up in our mobile phones. The quality of this stuff is just going to get better and better and the tools to edit, share, process, etc are going to get better too.

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