Only a handful of applications are fortunate enough to be endorsed by Nokia and even a fewer are added in its beta labs. The latest addition to the Nokia Beta labs is the Shoot and Tag application.
The application while recording a video automatically splits it in various bits or chapters so that the next time you need not to go through the whole video to look at a particular part of the video.
The app does it through a software that automatically detects change in the subject during video recording.
For example, while shooting a natural scenery you shift to your kid doing something strange, so the shoot and tag application will detect the change in the subject and will tag the video and make a separate chapter out of it, with the new subject in its thumbnail preview.
Using this app, users can record short as well as longer videos depending on the capacity of their device. There is no limitation of size with this application.
However, this application does not allow the hardware button to be used for the video recording, so if you have a habit of using the hardware button for video recording you might have to struggle a bit with it.
Pricing and availability completely depends of Nokia and their liking or disliking of this application. As of now the application seems promising and can be downloaded from the Nokia Beta Labs or by visiting the following link http://betalabs.nokia.com/apps/nokia-shoot-and-tag.