Cinamatic goes beyond Vine with filter adjustments, ability to import clips and background music


Last month, the makers of Hipstamatic launched a new iOS video-editing app called Cinamatic. Inspired by the tap-and-hold recording gesture pioneered by Vine, it offered a simple way to capture and edit square-format videos. The app was updated yesterday with native iPad support, as well as a number of extra photo-editing features that go beyond what Vine and Instagram currently offer. Intensity control is the most notable addition, giving users the ability to adjust the strength of a filter. Some of Cinamatic’s effects feel quite garish and overblown, so the ability to dial these back is certainly welcome. Similar to...

This story continues at The Next Web

from The Next Web


0 Kommentare:

Kommentar veröffentlichen