Apple 28 Mar
Cupertino tech giant released Apple Clips video editing software last year helping mobile users to quickly put together their media content (photos, videos, music) in the shape of an interesting video. The apps have been receiving frequent updates bringing new features and improvements just like how it got a new label. In the latest development, the app gets the new update and brings 6 new selfie scenes that use the TrueDepth camera system on iPhones (the software works on 64-bit powered iOS devices) helping them to record them self with immersive, animated backgrounds.
These backdrops include a mad scientist’s lab, rainforest, and an amazing Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2 action-rich scene. The feature makes use of the Neural Engine that was introduced in the latest A12 Bionic chip that offers segmentation while recording or previewing the app. Likewise, the update to Clips app gets new filters that include black and white comic book, aged film and a monochrome watercolor painting. A new poster feature enables users to create amazing title cards like sports, science, a silent movie in addition to the animated posters from Coco and Pixar movie.
The update Clips 2.0.5 is available for free to be download from Apple App Store and is only compatible with devices iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 and models coming later down the road, while the iOS version iOS 11.1 is support or later.
- Clips | iOS | iTunes App Store, Free