Apple Clips 3.0 Gets New UI and HDR Recording for iPhone 12

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The Apple Clips video maker app received a major update Wednesday. The user interface has been redesigned and supports HDR recording with iPhone 12.

Clips 3.0 Update

On the iPad, Clips supports landscape mode, Apple Pencil’s Scribble functionality with iPadOS 14, and Bluetooth mouse and keyboard support. On the whole iPhone Customers of 12 models can record and share HDR content thanks to camera app support for Dolby Vision. Multi-aspect recording is also included in Clips 3.0.

With clip for iPhone and iPad, users can create personal video messages, presentations, school projects and mini-movies with amazing features like Live Titles, which automatically generates animated captions from a user’s voice and immersive 360-degree selfie scenes with the TrueDepth camera on. iPhone. Clips allows users to add personality to their videos with dozens of filters, animated stickers, and full-screen animated posters. The app includes more than 100 soundtracks that automatically adapt to the length of the videos.

You can find Clips 3.0 on the App Store here.


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