| IPHONE VIDEO SHOOTING & EDITING TIPS:
- SHOOTING TIPS & APPS
Check out Tools & Applications’ awesome tips from the pros for stable & polished imagery, lighting, crisp soundwithout interference from background noise, editing and more, as your iPhone and other smartphones can make pro-level videos! Don’t forget, video production quality counts for 30% of your score.
- See also these Techsmith tips and Wistia tips. While iPhone’s Camera videomaking app is great for filming, some of you might want to upgrade to FilmicPro ($9.99) — check out its cool features & tips.
- EDITING TOOLS & APPS:
Anyone can shoot a video, but taking the time to edit it well is what makes it great. Apple’s in-house movie editing app, iMovie is a solid, easy-to-use way to crop long takes and stitch together multiple scenes. To up your videomaking game, you might want to upgrade to the $4.99 MoviePro, whose expert-level features include audio metering, adjustable mic volume, manual focusing, transitions (those stylish fades and dissolves between scenes), and other programmable settings. Also Best of 2015 app Videoshop ups the ante (for just $1.99), letting you add music, sound effects, and voiceovers, as well as create slow, fast motion, or even reversed videos. Like iMovie, you can also add graphics or apply filters.
- 5 Ways to Fix Your Shot in Post-Production — See great tips if you have bad audio, shaky images, and lighting issues to fix