Still, the challenge to produce photos that are worthy of viral level social engagement is a very real struggle, especially if you’re coming at it with limited photo editing experience. Lucky for you, there’s some amazing photo editing apps that take the guesswork out of artwork and make it possible for your brand to share professional quality images with minimal effort on your part.
This lightweight free video editing software can turn your images to videos automatically under the Automatic Video mode, which will save your time if you don’t want to do any editing. You can also use the Custom Video mode to trim, resize the video, change audio volume, add filters, text, motion and 3D effects. However, it hasn’t a timeline e and some advanced features such as split tool, green screen, video stabilization effects are missing.
VivaVideo is one of the exceptionally popular video editing apps. In practice, though, it's a very middle-of-the-road video editor. It works especially well for short clips for social media. The app uses a storyboard style of editing where you load clips, edit and trim them as needed, and then move on to the next segment. It includes over 200 video filters and various other effects, text input, and fast and slow motion support. VivaVideo has a free version that comes with a watermark and a time limit for any given video. You can remove these restrictions by buying the pro version.
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