Apple launches a video application

By Muneeb Ahmad on
March 22, 2017
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Apple, the US-based tech giant, has launched a new video application for its users. The application, which will be made available for free at the Apple Store starting next month, lets users create, edit and share expressive videos.

The application can be used to combine different videos, pictures and music into one multi-clip video. There are a lot of filters and effects to choose from, like the one’s from comic book. Users can also choose speech bubbles, shapes and full-screen animated posters. After processing, the application also provides the functionality to share the video with one’s followers either through the default Messages application, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms.

“Clips gives iPhone and iPad users a new way to express themselves through video, and it’s incredibly easy to use,” said Apple’s Vice President at Apps Product Marketing, Susan Prescott. “The effects, filters and amazing new Live Titles we’ve designed for Clips let anyone make great-looking, easily sharable videos with just a few taps.”

Captions Redefined:

Apple has also introduced a new feature through the application which let users use their voice to make animated captions and titles. The user speaks on the camera and the words appear as a status on the video. The application currently supports 36 international languages.

The application is made simple to use with no complicated editing tools, the company said in a statement. Apple has incorporated different music tracks in the video, which can be embedded with the clip. The music automatically adjusts to whatever the length of video is.


The application is made compatible with Apple devices running iOS 10.3: iPhone 5S and later, the new 9.7-inch iPad, all iPad Air and iPad Pro models, iPad mini 2 and later, and iPod touch 6th generation.

Source — Apple Newsroom

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