Apple today also released Clips for our video production and sharing application, which will support taking self-portraits of 360-degree dynamic scenes on the iPhone X. In the new version, In the choice of, such as a unique landscape to abstract art. The scene even includes the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. When users move the iPhone X, each scene is a 360-degree surround video.
Better let us take a look at this update in the end what are the new content.
Clips 2.0 will have a redesigned interface. In the new Effects browser, we can easily navigate filters, labels, stickers and emojis; the new Clips moves the top menu bar below the main screen to fit the iPhone X's 19.5: 9 screen. Add video button in the upper left corner into the folder by the down arrow, click to add the same way, but more than one delete button.
The previous "Photo, Video, Library" was replaced by "cameras, libraries, posters," the bottom of the shooting button above the new flash options, subtitles added, the toolbar icon is redesigned. In a small space, containing large and small ten buttons or function keys, but the shooting button is still in the core part. All the tools in Clips have been added Chinese names.
In the meantime, Clips 2.0 also received new stickers and posters. We can add stickers for the characters in Star Wars (Darth Vader, R2-D2, etc.) to the video; users create interesting subtitles with 20 new dynamic posters, including dozens of titles in Star Wars and "Mickey and friends" themed posters and 21 new royalty-free sound tracks; we also have the option to choose from 16 distinct Apple-style, vintage stickers.
Clips 2.0 iCloud support is also in place. Users can use iCloud to view and edit all "standalone" videos on any iOS device for efficient use of iCloud storage; we can start creating videos on the iPhone and later on the iPad; it also supports " IPad. "
Another important feature of the new Clips is the use of the original deep camera on the iPhone X. We can use the original deep camera on the iPhone X to remove the background, placing ourselves in a 360-degree dynamic scene. We can also choose from a dozen scenes, including irregular landscapes, abstract art and outer space. Users can also send themselves to the Millennium Falcon or Mega Star Destroyers in Star Wars: The Last Jedi; each includes a matching self-timer filter that transforms your appearance to blend in with the scene.
Finally, we also see that Clips 2.0 also brings new effects and filters and some other features.
It can be said that every time Apple hopes to launch new hardware, and then let the new hardware and software and system integration, and finally for users to create an excellent use of the environment and the best experience. How, are you ready to pick up your iPhone, to shoot more interesting video yet?