It has been quite some time since editing high-quality movies on a mobile device is no longer a pipe dream. Just take a look at iMovie, for instance, the video editor for iPhone that makes the most of the capacity of iOS devices due to their hardware and the fact that the operating system is specially optimized to run on them. The result is movie-format compositions that could we be trailers or films.
Video editor for all audiences
It sounds like a topic but it's the truth. To be able to make the most of this application you won't need any kind of manual or watch a video tutorial on YouTube. Its design and the support for multi-touch gestures make it easy to handle and extremely simple to mount videos with any element from your video library or even from the Photos application thanks to an extension.
The entire process is guided step-by-step, offering you templates, filters, clips to add music to your soundtrack and all sorts of tools that allow the user to develop creations without having to worry about anything else other than unleashing his ideas and creativity.
The iOS version of the app that was a hit on Mac comes along with the following features:
- Add filters, animated titles, and the soundtrack to any video clip.
- Open the videos in your browser.
- Bookmark your favorite frames and find them easier.
- Choose different templates with original credits and graphics.
- Customize logos, actor names or the soundtrack.
- Choose photos and videos to create a trailer.
- Choose different themes for the movies, transitions, and matching music.
- Apply all sorts of effects, such as slow motion and fast forward, or picture-in-picture and split screen.
- Easily transfer your projects to other devices such as your iPad or iPod touch.
- Share your videos on Facebook or Vimeo.
And, as you already know, if you want to make the most of iMovie, it will have to be on an Apple device because it doesn't look like the guys at Cupertino are too keen on releasing their software for Windows, and definitely not for Android.