As the name implies, Qik Premium is not free – it’s currently available for a promotional price of $4.99 / year (the promotion ends March 31).
Qik Premium for Nokia phones features high quality transcoding and lets users record and share videos, as well as download MPEG-4 videos and burn them into DVDs. For high-quality video recording, Qik recommends the use of cell phones with 3MP cameras or better.
You can buy and download Qik Premium via Nokia’s Ovi Store. A future version of Qik Premium will come with the “ability to upload and share videos recorded with your mobile phone’s native camera application.”
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