A 21st century is a digital and more significantly, a visual world. Video Making in all forms dominate the tech-sphere from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
Over 4 billion YouTube videos are watched per day and 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute. 60 hours of videos uploaded is a lot but it points to one thing; availability of high-quality cameras by the smartphone.
In 2013, a movie shot with an iPhone camera won an Academy Award for best documentary feature. Director Malik Bendjelloul ran out of funds when filming a documentary Searching for Sugar Man, but decided to use his iPhone to finish the reaming shots on 8 mm vintage camera app. The result was an Oscar award.
So now the question is which are some of the best video apps on the various platform stores?
Robust video making app which makes videos from images from your gallery together with the ability to also add music as it has a slideshow design. The app has numerous effects and filters to improve on the sequencing. Once finished, one can review the final render to make any changes. The app also has integration with various social media platform for sharing once you are done.
2. Explaindio video creator
A great video can be used by many users including the non-professionals. It is perfect for creating animations, doodle sketch and motion videos which would be helpful to marketers, professional body trainers and communicators. The app retails for $57 dollars per year which is a bargain compared to what it can do for you.
3. Video motion pro
An app designed primarily to assist business in coming up with videos on infomercials, video courses and even sales video, effortlessly. Some great features include YouTube upload, video screen capture, green screen editing, timeline editing among many more. Truly an exciting app which you need to try.
4. Video editor for free
Well, not exactly free- just a meagre 99 cents but for the price, it gets the work done easily and quickly. Also enables you to sync to your iTunes where you can add your music. It is also a slide share type of video app. You also have the ability to trim, merge and share your videos so at to come up with excellent videos at a bargain.
Costs about $8. It’s an app which provides a flat compass view and also shows the movements of the solar, hour intervals, rise and set times. A perfect app which helps you plan your shooting schedule. Works best when paired with another app called Dark Sky.
6. Rode Rec
Sound recording app does that wonders to the average audio recording. Its features are budget at best but it still features a broad range of editing features and pairs well with another app lapel music.
7. Artemis Director’s Viewfinder
Quite a pricey app at 20 dollars but it is used by photographers and directors to roughly frame shots when moving heavy camera equipment. Also useful for storyboarding and location scouting.
If you know other video softwares for fast and easy video production, let us know in the coment box bellow and if you have used any of these, let us know your experience. Please don’t forget to share this article if you find it useful.