Apple Clips supports vertical videos
Apple Clips supports vertical videos

The video (clips) app from Apple offers different aspect ratios and can now be recorded in portrait or landscape format (16: 9) and (4: 3) ratios on iPhone and iPad devices.

For Apple's smart video maker applet, this feature must have been out of date a long time ago as it only supports capturing and exporting tiles so far.

When the app was first released three years ago, it made sense, but it means clips can't participate in creating vertical video story formats in apps like Snapchat, Tik, Tok, and Instagram.

The new version of the app also has an improved user interface, where you previously had to open the "Effects" area and scroll horizontally through several options.

You can now scroll down the horizontal menu to get a full screen view of all filters, stickers, emojis, or other effects that you want to add.

Apple has added a lot of new content that you can use in the video.

You can add poster titles, royalty-free songs, stickers and bubble shapes to your video.

The app supports to use the iPhone 12's back camera to record HDR videos. Users can save HDR textures directly in their project and add more HDR photos and videos from the photo library.

The app will automatically split the final video as (Dolby Vision HDR) file and you can export the video to social apps directly.

Apple added the ability to preview the video and add a separate button to export the project file (if you want to send it to others for editing).

If your project contains more vertical than horizontal, the video will be exported in portrait orientation.

The app is a very smart way to quickly combine short videos into small shareable movies.

Unlike Stories or Tik Tok format, the app does not have a built-in social network to share these videos, as these videos have to be exported.

There are augmented reality effects, but they are traditional compared to other short video apps.

The clip still keeps the function of direct audio transcription, so subtitles can be created directly in the video and the embedded track is always automatically adapted to the length of the video.

The iPad's user interface has also been improved so that the (Graffiti) function supports the use of the Apple Pencil to enter text. However, you cannot draw with video directly yet.

And Apple noted that the app is very popular in the field of education and is a useful way for children to create videos similar to what they might see on social media.

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