Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Vertical and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Vertical and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
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The most popular Apple’s in-built video creation app “Clips” (ver. 3.0) has an update for iPhone 12 and iPad and bringing a new refreshed interface. Clips app now supports vertical and horizontal video, also new HDR recording available for iPhone 12.

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Verticle and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
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Clips 3.0 app introduces a new refreshed interface, and full screen capturing on iPhone that can make it easy to record and add effects, Clips for iPad now support landscape orientation, Scribble with Apple Pencil, and the use of a Bluetooth mouse and trackpad.

Clips app version 3.0 allows you to make videos in multiple aspect ratios, support for vertical and horizontal, that will help you to make great content for social media like Instagram Stories, Snapchat, or YouTube, and more. Clips 3.0 also support HDR content for newly iPhone 12 models which can produce great quality videos with vibrant colors and contrast. (see the iPhone 12 details)

“Since its introduction, Clips has become one of the most popular iOS video creation apps, and millions of projects are made every day with it. Users love how easy it is to create fun, expressive videos for sharing with friends, family, and classmates with just a few taps on their iPhone or iPad screens,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Apps Product Marketing.

“Today’s update, with a streamlined interface, support for vertical and horizontal video, HDR video capture using the new iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro, and fun new effects, will help users create Clips videos with more personality and polish than ever before,” he added.

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Verticle and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
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When shooting vertically or horizontally, the new refresh record screen now shifts to the top of the viewer. With the revamped Effects, Media, and Projects browsers, you can display more content at once, and swiping on any Effects browser will reveal a full-height card that will fill the screen with stickers or text labels that will help you customize your images. Clips also add a collection of new content, including eight new stickers that will fit your social posts perfectly, as well as six additional arrows and shapes, and fresh 25 soundtracks that will automatically change to match the video length.

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Verticle and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
(Credit: Apple.com)

Clips for iPad let you record and edit in landscape orientation, Clips for iPad will automatically start at a new 4:3 screen ratio. The new version of Clips can support for new Scribble feature in iPadOS 14, which will let you convert handwritten text with Apple Pencil into typed text in labels and posters.

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Verticle and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
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Clips app for iPhone now automatically opens to new 16:9 vertical projects that can make it quick to record video for social media, including all filters, posters, live tiles, and selfie scenes that have been also updated to record in all-new sizes for the perfect finishing touch on every new post. The updated share sheet can show a video preview before sending, and videos can be shared in any supported size using new export options.

Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Verticle and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
(Credit: Apple.com)

Clips app 3.0 now support HDR video capturing via rear-facing cameras on newly iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro (check out our article), Clips let you record HDR footage directly into your project and you can also add more HDR photos and videos from your photos library. Clips will also share the final video automatically in Dolby Vision HDR format.

Make sure you’ve updated your Clips app to version 3.0, or you can update directly from the App Store from here. And also make sure you’ve updated your iPhone or iPad system to iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.


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Apple Updates Clips App to Support for Vertical and Horizontal Video, HDR Recording with iPhone 12, and New Interface
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