AddMovie

AddMovie

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Add video, live and still photos together into a single video.

Optionally apply wipe transitions. Add audio to any video soundtrack.

Replace video audio: the video will be re-encoded to fit existing frames to match the audio duration. In this way you can create cool video effects by implicitly varying frame rate.

Reverses video & audio.

Crop audio by cropping video then save audio.

Use option ‘First Selected Media Item Audio’ as the audio source of media menu actions:

- Replace Audio
- Add Audio
- Add Audio From Current Time

Live and still photos are automatically converted to video for adding.

The video actions menu provides access to:

Filters
Trimming
Cropping
Rotating
Labeling
Overlays

AddMovie works with your Photos app: The picker table at the top lists all your Photo albums. Select an album by tapping a row.

The album contents are displayed below the table in a single row collection.

Tap on media items in that collection to add them to the media items collection below it for editing and adding together.

Use the media actions menu to import photos and video from iCloud. Or paste photos. Tap on the rightmost button to access the media actions menu.

AddMovie also supports receiving from other apps with their share menu.

Tap on a media item to play its video.

When the video displays 'tap and hold' on it to bring up the video actions menu.

The video actions menu is also available in the media actions menu (tap the right most bottom button).

Operations available in the video actions menu include:

• Add and replace audio and music tracks
• Trim, crop and rotate videos
• Labelling videos
• Video frame filtering
• Apply overlay images to video frames

All of the video app previews for AddMovie were made with AddMovie.

The following features were especially useful for making the video app previews:

• Access to video clips and live photos in the Photos library
• Trimming videos 'to' and 'from' the current video player time
• Using the 1080p and 3:4 quality option to meet app preview video size and frame rate requirements
• Adding and replacing video audio
• Overlays and use of overlay template creation
• Labelling with editable font styles
• Duplicating items
• Saving video frames to Photos
• Wipe transitions
• Drag and drop within the media actions collection
• Item info that includes video size and duration
• Showing video dimension labels for media collection
• 'Select All' and 'Deselect All'
• Saving and loading videos form iCloud
• Convenience of built-in audio

Filters:

AddMovie can be used to apply filters to video frames. Some notable new additions to the filters library: Crop Circle, Auto-enhance, Thermal, X-Ray, Compound Eye, Droste, VHS, CRT

Crop Circle - crop video frames to maximal inner circle with outside background white or black color determined in options.

Auto-enhance - applies a variety of filters to automatically enhance video frames. These filters remedy some of the most common issues found in photos: repairs red/amber/white eye due to camera flash, adjusts face color for pleasing skin tones, increases image saturation without distorting the skin tones, adjusts image contrast and shadow details.

Thermal - special effect that mimics color coding heat producing colorful enhancements

X-Ray - simulates x-ray photo glow

Compound Eye - simulates insect vision by replicating frames multiple times

Droste - special effect applies recursion to video frames

VHS - simulation of VHS tracking noise

CRT - intensification of CRT display effect with warping and RGB pixelation

Filters are easy to apply:

Select a media item to display it in the player, then tap and hold on the player until the video actions menu appears.

Select "Apply Filter" to open the filters view that will display previews of the current player frame of all available filters. The last filter selected is always remembered.

Apply multiple filters simply by applying another filter to the current filtered player video.

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What's New

- Video Reverse - To reverse a video and its audio: Select the option 'Reverse' from the 'Edit' submenu of the video actions menu.

- Updated for iOS 12.

OTHER RECENT UPDATES:

- Filters have a new feature named ‘Static Start Video’.
This feature creates a short static image video by applying the current filter to the first frame and then prepending it with a transition to the video. To access this feature select ‘Apply Filter’ from the video actios menu, pick a filter and then tap the ‘Static Start Video’ button.

- Improved the backdrop effect for wipe transitions.

Video frames are superimposed on an blurred background of themselves to fit the movie size. Useful for when the frames would otherwise be bordered by black bars.

OVERLAY & MASK - An overlay is an image that will be drawn over the video frames. Overlays can now be used as masks. When used this way the overlays transparent regions will mask the video frames to the background color set in Options.

VIDEO PLACEHOLDERS - The color is now the background color selected in Options.

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BACKDROP EFFECT:

Intended for when source video frames do not fit overall video size (ex. adding media of different sizes)

It is an alternative to bordered videos that occurs when video frames do not fully fit the video size.

The backdrop effect is available as an option for the ‘Wipes’ adding method (Wipes are transitions between video clips).

The backdrop effect is particularly useful for the 1080p or 3:4 ‘Quality’ option because often the video or videos being added have an aspect ratio that will require bordering of the frames.

OVERLAY & MASK:

When the mask option is on transparent regions in the overlay will mask the video frames to the background color set in Options.

In this way the non-transparent regions define where video frames will be visible.

Many sample overlays are provided in the new Overlay & Mask editor.

Overlay & Mask editor is a new view in the app.

To access the Overlay & Mask editor select ‘Edit’ and then ‘Overlay & Mask’ from the video actions menu:

Video Actions Menu > Edit > Overlay & Mask

Tap and hold on the video player or access in the media actions menu from the toolbar button.

You can use pinch, drag and rotate gestures to scale, position and orient the overlay (mask)

VIDEO PLACEHOLDERS:

Create with ‘Insert Video Placeholder For Item’ in the media actions menu.

Useful for creating ‘chapter titles’ by adding label and overlay.

MORE UPDATES:

- Sort Media Most Recent Last - this is "ascending" chronological order: this is the natural order you would want to join video and photos so that the video proceeds from "past to present".

- Invert Selection - deselect selected, select unselected.

- Select Duplicate Media - check all items that were added from the photos library to detect and select which have been added again.

- Reverse Media Order - last becomes first, first becomes last, etc

- Show Date Labels - show the items date and time created by an inquiry to the photo library. If the item is a file then it will be the creation date of the file.

The “+” (Add) menu now has menu items to add media sorted by date. This is the same order as the media menu item “Sort Media Most Recent Last”, but enables you to add selections or all media items in this order without needing to change the order in the media collection.

Recent - 17 New Filters: Kuwahara, Mercurialize, Scatter, Scatter Warp, Crop Circle, Auto-enhance, Thermal, X-Ray, Compound Eye, Droste, VHS, CRT, Eight Bit, Normal Map, Polar Posterize, Rotate, Rotate & Fit

Filters are easy to apply:

Select a media item to display it in the player, then tap and hold on the player until the video actions menu appears.

Select "Apply Filter" to open the filters view that will display previews of the current player frame of all available filters. The last filter selected is always remembered.

Apply multiple filters simply by applying another filter to the current filtered player video.

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