App of the week: Splice
Cost: Free (£2.49 to go ad-free)
What is it? Splice is an easy-to-use video editor for iPhone. The best thing is that you won’t need to read a guide to the app before using it.
You can batch add video clips or photos already on your phone, trim the clips and select transitions and add titles.
It is fairly intuitive but if you get stuck there’s a short video that will get you started.
You can export to the iPhone’s camera roll and from there you can send by email, upload to YouTube or connect your phone by USB and add the edited video to your computer.
How is it of use to journalists?
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Tags: app for journalists, splice, Video
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