Apple on Wednesday released an update to its Clips application, bringing the mobile video editing software to version 2.0.5. The update features a number of additions and improvements, including 6 new Selfie Scenes—360-degree backgrounds that seemingly transport users into different worlds, 3 new filters, and 17 new soundtracks.
Aside from education-themed blackboard and chalkboard designs, the new Clips update brings a pair of new selfie scenes inspired by Pixar’s “Finding Dory” and “Finding Dory” along with some new templates, animated stickers, live title styles and more.
Apple today released Clips, its brand new social video editing app that was previewed on March 21 as part of the company’s Spring product refresh. Available at no charge on App Store, Clips comes with some interesting features, like voice-activated captions, effects, emoji, animated speech bubbles, motion backgrounds, built-in soundtracks and more.
After spending some time with Clips, our own video editor Andrew O’Hara has created a video walkthrough showcasing just how easy it is to create fun videos that are sharable on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social networks.
Clips, a new video creation app from Apple, is now available for download on App Store. Previewed on March 21 as part of Apple’s Spring product refresh, Clips lets you create expressive videos on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with just a few taps. The app includes some nifty features like a selection of cartoonish effects and the ability to create captions on the fly using just your voice. Clips is available on App Store at no charge and requires iOS 10.3, which launched last week.