One of the areas of focus for Apple this year with the iPhone 13 lineup is the cameras. ProRes video, for instance, is one area where Apple hopes to improve overall video capturing with the new iPhone lineup. Cinematic mode is all about focus, too, quite literally. And now Apple's own Clips app supports both.
Today at Apple has a variety of different offshoots, but they all typically focus on creative endeavors using a range of Apple products. For example, the previous video uploaded as part of the Creative Projects initiative was meant to help iPhone photographers take better shots at night. And now the company is back with another tutorial.
Apple has had its Clips app around for quite some time now, but today brings the app to version 3.1 and a big new addition.
When making content, being able to share that content can be important. Now, Apple's making it easier to share to some of the most popular platforms in its first-party apps.
Apple today announced Clips 3.0, a major new version of its video creation app for the social age, with features like HDR recording on the latest iPhones, an overhauled interface, support for both landscape and portrait orientations and much more.
While Clips might not be the most popular app out there, Apple continues to give it a boost of attention every once in awhile. Like today, for instance.
You already know that you can play videos and record your screen with QuickTime Player on Mac. But what you may not know is that you can also edit movies. While there isn’t a wide range of robust video editing tools in QuickTime, there are a few handy ones for quick changes.
You can rotate or trim movies, split a movie into clips and rearrange them, and add another movie or clip to the video. So if you’re ready for a little movie editing magic, here’s how to edit a movie with QuickTime Player on Mac.
Apple has updated its free video editing app for iOS Clips with support for Memoji and Animoji, Mickey and Minnie Mouse stickers and a new winter-themed poster. The new content is available in the new 2.1 version available for download from the App Store.
While iPadOS and iOS 13.1 are dominating the attention for most iOS users right now, fans of iMovie and Clips have something to look forward to today, too.
Maybe you’re new to Mac and aren’t aware of the Text Clippings feature or perhaps you know if it but have forgotten it exists. This extremely convenient feature lets you grab snippets of text or an image from mostly anywhere and pop it onto your desktop.
How is this feature useful? It can be helpful in a variety of ways and here are five handy uses for Text Clippings on Mac.
Apple on Wednesday released an update to its Clips app, bringing the video editing software to version 2.0.5. The update features several 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.