Video With the rise of social media apps like TikTok, Instagram, ShareChat, YouTube, etc., the phone makers now pack a bunch of video making/editing apps on the phones. After all, not everyone uses expensive and complex editing software on the desktop. A normal consumer leans towards getting things done on the smartphone. With iPhones carrying stellar hardware, it’s obvious to look for a video editing app that suits your needs.
Now, Samsung offers 8K video recording on the Galaxy S20 series. Even the newcomers like Poco X2 packs a dedicated vlog mode to create professional-looking videos on the go.
When it comes to overall video quality, even the die-hard Android fans will admit that nothing beats iPhone’s implementation. While Apple offers a compelling video editing experience from the Photos app, it’s still a far cry from established third-party alternatives available in the App Store.
1. ADOBE PREMIERE RUSH
Adobe Premiere Rush features an easy to use interface with powerful functions, auto-backup, and multi-sync across devices. You can either record the video from the app or import the multiple clips from the device storage. As its case with every Adobe product, the app is full of useful functions for general users as well as for pros.
Let’s take an overview. You can add customizable ready-to-go titles between frames, change the frame speed, extract audio from video, mute clip, and even change the volume of the video.
2. QUIK BY GOPRO
While Premier Rush Pro relies on manual outputs for the best possible outcomes, Quik takes the automated way to get things done.
Users can import multiple videos or photos and use the 26 built-in templates to apply effects, music, filters, and animations. With a single tap, you can make professional-looking videos.
Splice takes a conventional approach to edit videos. It offers ready-to-go elements and also requires manual input to get things done.
I like the editing UI of Splice. All the major options are appear at the bottom with big thumbnails.
Videorama brings all the necessary editing elements to the table. When you import a bunch of videos in the app, it straightaway presents editing options at the bottom. You can add text, image, record, and add your voices throughout the video, play with filters, and more.
My favorite section is Video FX. It lets you add all dramatic effects to a boring video. Want rain or snowfall in a video? No problem. Just tap on the video FX and download the effect from the menu.
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How can I end the post without mentioning Kinemaster? Kinemaster is one of the best easy to use video editor out there. The app features the classic landscape mode, similar to most desktop software. The timeline runs at the bottom with major functions in a wheel at the top.
EDIT VIDEOS LIKE A PRO
Use any of these apps above, and I bet your friends and family will be surprised to see the pro-level video editing. Premiere Rush is perfect for those living in Adobe eco-system. Quik wins with built-in themes. Splice has the best editing UI, while you can hardly go wrong with Kinemaster. So you’ll have to try all to figure out which one of them works the best for you.