The new editing apps released by GoPro promises to make short clip editing easier and more fun for its users. The free app hopes to solve all the editing difficulties users were facing when attempting to mix and match their action videos.
The action camera provider has acquired the services of two start-ups specialized in editing in a pursuit to improve their product. Nick Woodman, the owner of the company, identified the inconveniences of editing GoPro footage and has now launched an easy way of editing, to meet the needs of his clients.
Most GoPro users who wanted to edit their footage properly used different software, as they were not happy with the apps provided by the company. Now, GoPro offers two free editing apps created to transform the footage in an engaging, full of action short clip.
Maintaining the brand’s belief in easy to use software, the new apps Quick and Spice are effective and simple tools for every videographer. Quick and Spice promise the quality of professional editing software with the minimal effort required from the user.
Quik, which was formerly known as Replay, promises to become the quickest way to construct an entertaining succession of your footage. The app browses through your videos and automatically selects the ones that fit best adding all the necessary effects. It can also match the sequence cuts to any soundtrack you choose, helping you create an entertaining short film.
Splice is an app that offers the editors more control over their creation. It’s not as fast as Quik, but the experience of manually selecting the footage is rewarding for those passionate about editing. Splice allows you to create a great looking video in a few minutes, without too much effort.
Both apps offer professional editing software quality, enabling the user to experience the creative process first hand. Easy to use, functional and customizable, Quik and Splice promise to make your GoPro experience even more rewarding.
The new editing apps released by GoPro are going to make the process easier and more fun for their users. Both of them offer accessible features and promise to enhance users’ experience. If you want to turn the holiday adventures you recorded into a great short film, Quik and Splice are the best way to go.
Both apps are free for download. Quik is available for both iOS and Android, while Splice is only available on iOS at the moment.
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