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Stupeflix Has Released a Major Update for Replay

Posted by Jessica Fisher on August 29th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Replay, by Stupeflix, has received a big update that includes a new look, functionality for iPad, and lots of other new additions.

There are two new video styles: Fold, which lets you create origami out of your videos and Toss, which allows you to throw videos, photos, and words around. Replay also now has Project Grid View to make reordering photos and videos easier.

To smooth out Replay's performance, Stupeflix has improved the video creation engine, added new transitions and animated backgrounds, and made a new “Copy Link” sharing option to make it easier to send movies through SMS or email. As a fun last detail, Replay now has emojis! You can add them to all the video styles for an amusing way to express yourself.

You can download Replay for free on the App Store.

VideoGrade Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Rob Rich on May 3rd, 2013
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VideoGrade isn't necessarily the most perfect iOS video editing app, but it's definitely got a fair amount of options and sports a very easy-to-use interface.
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Cinefy Turns iPhones into Video Editing Tools - Limited Beta Available, too

Posted by Rob Rich on November 28th, 2011

To be fair, there are a fair number of video editing apps available for the iPhone right now. I suppose it's because the portable nature of iDevices makes them perfect for amateur film folk. Cinefy is another such app meant for creating video clips, sure, but it appears to be much more extensive than most of the current offerings.

For one thing, it has a pretty sleek and accessible-looking interface: the individual tracks are easy to distinguish from one another thanks to some vivid color-coding. But it's not just about the editing. Cinefy also offers what, to my knowledge, is a first for iOS video apps. It features "one click licensing," which gives users access to a large selection of copyright-cleared tunes (provided by Friendly Music). A feature meant to streamline the process of video production, no doubt, and it seems like it'll do just that. Once a video has been finished, it can be exported to Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo.

There's no official pricing and release info available yet, but interested cinematic auteurs can head on over to the website to try and get a spot in the beta. And if anyone reading this gets in, please feel free to tell us about it!

Splice - Video Editor Review

By Carter Dotson on January 11th, 2011
Splice is a video editing app for iOS that lets users easily edit and add effects to the videos and photos from the Camera Roll.
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