Version Reviewed: 1.0.3
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 5
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Over the years, Adobe has done a fantastic job of giving us a plethora of powerful yet user-friendly tools for video and graphic editing. They’re doing a pretty good job of converting that magic to iOS. Adobe Premiere Clip is the latest example, allowing you to easily create videos from earlier clips or brand new ones.
Taking you step by step through the process, Adobe Premiere Clip can take as long or as brief a time as you want it to. You can choose to just edit one clip or you can bundle a few of them together, creating a montage of your media. Working mostly through dragging and dropping, as well as a few swipes to trim parts out, it doesn’t take long to line things up correctly. In each clip’s case, you can adjust the color, exposure, or shadow effects before moving onto arranging some transitions between each clip. Slow motion effects can also be included.
Besides that, options are available for including some sound clips, with a variety of different pieces of music to choose from. You can decide to import music from your playlists too, giving that personal touch to your creations.
Each step is clearly laid out, so it’s far from tricky to understand. Adobe Premiere Clip keeps it quite user-friendly throughout. It tops things up further too, such as by offering plenty of sharing options as well as automatic syncing so you can easily pick things up from a different iOS device.
After a time you’ll notice that many of the clips produced from Adobe Premiere Clip look quite similar, but as a quick one-stop solution for making your clips look a cut above the rest, it works pretty well.