The Apple Corp in the late last week updated its Clips video editing application, add it for the first time since the release since April 2017, the first major new features. The application of Clips after the upgrade will completely change the interface to upload video easier, but also includes the use of iPhone X TrueDepth on the function of the camera.
Foreign media MacRumors today to share the new version of Clips started to experience video, take a look at Apple to make this application to change whether it is possible for people to use it more frequently.
Clips is an app that allows you to combine video clips, images and photos with voice based titles, music, filters, maps and graphics, and create videos that can be shared with friends or family through text messaging, email, and social networking.
Since its launch, Clips has been confusing, because its interface is somewhat complex, but in the new version of Clips applications, the user interface has been improved. Open a video clip will be more simple, the application will directly open the camera interface, where it can be recorded without adding content, confusing at the top of the icon. Quick slide allows you to edit scenes, albums, photos, or posters.
Scene, also called "self timer scene", is a new function only on iPhone X. The self timer scene uses a TrueDepth camera to detect a person, and then removes the background, instead of some animation background, such as metropolis and so on, and comes with sound and filters. There are even two Star Wars scenes to get you on "Millennium Falcon" or "giant destroyer."".
By Clips, different "segments" you can clip content together, so you can use pictures from the scene, insert a sound poster, upload a few photos, and ends with a standard video, all these contents are automatically merged into a video.
You can use the time to dress up your video title, also can automatically add subtitles using transcription, stickers, filters, emoticons and tags, which are customized according to the location and time. The new version adds some extra maps (including Star Wars) and new royalty free music, which can be applied to video.
When you've finished, you can send the video in Clips to the contacts, or save it in camera film, and share it on social networks.