Apple announced a new app Clips, which allows you to combine videos, photos and music
21.03.2017 0 Comments
Apple has released a new application Clips, which will make it easy to create impressive videos. The app for iPhone and iPad offers special tools that allow you to combine videos, photos and music.
In the Annex Clips for the first time the function is implemented “Live headers” — it allows you to create animated subtitles with the voice. Exciting effects, for example, imitation of comic book cloud text, shapes, full-screen animated posters — all this will give the casters personality.
“The Clips app gives iPhone and iPad users a new way of expression through video, and it is incredibly easy to use, said Susan Prescott, Vice President of marketing for Apple’s applications. Effects, filters, and amazing new feature “Live titles”, which we created for the Clips that will allow everyone a couple of taps to create a beautiful video and easily share it.”
The app allows you to combine Clips into one video of several videos on iPhone and iPad without using the timeline, tracks and other complex editing tools. Just press one button to take a picture or video or add from your library Photo. You can then apply artistic filters, use of a cloud with text, shapes, emojis. You can also add full-screen posters with animated background and custom text. In Clips there are dozens of music tracks, and they automatically adjust to the length of the video.
Feature “Live headers” allows you to add animated captions, just by dictating the desired text. The subtitles are created automatically as navarivanija text and displayed on the screen synchronously with the voice of the user. Then you can choose a style (or combine several) to touch any line to correct the text and punctuation, and even to insert Emoji. Feature “Live headers” supports 36 languages.
Videos created with Clips, can be immediately placed in social networks and websites to publish videos, including Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo etc. If you want to share the video in the Messages app Clips will tell you who it should be sent, depending on who is present in the video or to whom you often send videos.
The application will be Clips will be available as a free download in April on devices running iOS 10.3.