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Do you have the soul of an artist or simply want to shoot a few precious family moments to share with your loved ones? Video apps allow your smartphone to do that and much, much more. Read on to learn even more.
Although features may vary significantly depending on the application, here are a few useful tips for making better videos:
Vine and Instagram allow you to make short videos (6 sec. for Vine, 15 sec. for Instagram), which you can loop on social networks. Easy as 1-2-3: all you have to do is touch the screen of your smartphone to start filming and remove your finger to stop. Add new sequences by simply pressing the screen again. Put your creativity to the test and play around with different features! Try creating an original clip—zoom in on the face of the smiling mother who just gave birth, followed by a quick shot of yourself and finish off by focusing in on the newest little bundle of joy! Note that neither of these apps feature a timer—so keep in mind you’ll have to time each shot if you’re planning on doing something more elaborate like sketch animation.
There are numerous video editing apps. iMovie remains one of the easiest and most popular to date. In a matter of minutes, its intuitive interface will have you well on your way to making your own movie, complete with music, special effects and a title…
Wow your friends and family with extreme slow motion… several applications, such as Slow Pro for example, will have the whole family glued to every frame.
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