Clips, the video app by Apple that lets you make fun videos to share, is getting an update with new animated selfie scenes, filters and stickers.
“Clips” is a video app that deserves more of our attention. Everyone talks about video, everyone talks about selfies and everyone talks about filters. Yet, I’m ready to bet than only a few of you have given Clips a go. My goal is to make you want to try it (🙌).
Clips is an iOS app (by Apple) for making and sharing fun videos. It has everything you find on the likes of Snapchat or Instagram, and more. For example, I am a big fan of its comic book video filter, and especially the new black and white comic book filter. But what I like the most about Clips is certainly the SelfieScenes.
The new version of Clips adds six Selfie Scenes, which are 360-degree backgrounds that transport users into different worlds when taking selfie photos and videos. Selfie Scenes use the TrueDepth camera system on iPhone and the new iPad Pro to allow users to record themselves against immersive, animated backdrops including a beautiful rainforest, a mad scientist’s lab and even an action-packed scene from Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2.
The latest version of Clips is also getting three new filters, new animated posters, stickers and text label. And because it is brought to you by Apple, Clips is also the only video creation app that comes with royalty-free soundtracks feature music to complement your creations.
So, what do you say, ready to give Clips a try?
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