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Apple today shared a new "Today at Apple" session on YouTube, exploring how to shoot and edit looping videos in the Clips app, with the help of director Romain Laurent and Jahmyra from Today at Apple.


Viewers are encouraged to get involved simply with an iPhone and the Clips app, but may also wish to take advantage of a selfie stick or tripod.

The session covers how to make a simple loop video, match your movement, add an unexpected feature, finalizing looped videos, top takeaways, and export videos.

Apple says its free Today at Apple sessions are meant to inspire hands-on creativity in photography, art, design, video, coding, music, and more using Apple products and accessories like the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Pencil. Initially hosted exclusively at Apple Stores, the sessions started to be offered online during the global health crisis, and Apple also started uploading sessions to YouTube last month.

This is the third Today at Apple session uploaded to YouTube, with the first exploring how to draw yourself as a "Peanuts" character in the Pages app using an iPad and Apple Pencil and the second explaining how to shoot and edit "otherworldly" photos with Night Mode.

Article Link: 'Today at Apple' Session Explores How to Create Looping Videos in the Clips App
 

yadigg

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Aug 11, 2021
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cool tutorial, it actually makes me wanna give it a try some time when im bored. this is Apple, so calling this cringey is a waste of time lol. we should know what to expect from this company.
 
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MacFabulous

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Love the energy in this. It’s a great tutorial by Apple too. Makes me wanna explore new artistic ways of expression. Inspires new ways to be creative and tell unique stories. What’s not to like.
 
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