Splice is a free video editing app for iPhone, and iPad. The app is easy to use and lets users edit HD pictures and videos into a professional quality video that's great for sharing online. The app provides many features including transitions, trims, borders, sound effects, background music and voiceover.
Videos are an excellent way to capture a potential customer's' attention with your online marketing efforts. Splice makes it easy to turn videos and pictures on your iPhone into a high-quality video that'll impress your audience.
Here's a quick overview of the app that'll show you how to make some impressive videos.
Open the Splice app. The first screen you'll see is the projects page. To begin a new video project, hit the plus button, and name the project. From there you'll have some settings to choose from for the project: HD or SD, border options, orientation, and a default transition selection. Hit the "done" button when you have selected your desired options.
On the next screen, you'll choose what you want to be the very first part of your video. You can create a title screen by hitting the "title" button, or choose to begin with a video or photo. On the title screen, you can type in text, change its location and change the zoom on the text. You can also select how long you want the title screen to show in the video by adjusting the "duration" slider. Once you've created the title and hit done, you'll see the title you have created, along with "plus" buttons on either side and button with a pencil in the middle. The plus buttons allow you to add content before or after the title or selected video. The pencil button lets you edit the title.
Hit the plus button to the right of the title, and select the video/photo button to add photos and videos. The "albums" screen will come up. Any videos you have on your phone will be in the "camera roll" section. Select the videos in the order you want them to appear in your video, then hit "done." The app will ask if you want to use the default transition you selected at the beginning between the videos. After you choose, the videos will begin to upload into the project. Once they've loaded, you'll be brought back to the main screen where you can scroll left and right to view the project. The blank windows represent the transitions between the videos.
When you tap on a video in the project screen, you will see the "plus" and "pencil" buttons appear. To edit the video, tap the pencil and you'll be given several editing options. You can trim, adjust the speed, crop, duplicate, or delete the clip using the buttons. In the trim feature, you can adjust the starting and ending points by adjusting the points in the slider beneath the video. You can also edit the audio by hitting the audio button, where you can add background music or voice recordings and adjust the volume of the videos.
Splice has a lot of great features that make video editing a breeze. This overview is a quick introduction to the app to get you started, but the best way to learn it is to give it a try for yourself. You'll be making business product and service videos like a pro in no time! Editing on your phone has really improved. There are, of course, online video editor tools for desktop as well.
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