Created by Instagram, the Boomerang app captures micro-moments, turning them into looping videos you can share on Instagram and other platforms. The app works by taking a burst of 10 photos and turning them into a single (and fun) mini video. The big downside to Boomerang is you can’t create a Boomerang video from existing video footage; you have to capture the moment in the Boomerang app itself to export it as a mini video. Boomerang is free and available on iOS and Android.
Nailed it ???? #королевабумеранга Я очень долго болела, поэтому ничего не выкладывала и не снимала, сейчас состояние – то сваливаюсь в какой-то невнятный депресняк, то чувствую бодрость – в основном когда прорабатываю идеи съёмок и рисую скетчи. А вот если нападает лень, то пиши пропало. Никогда не думала, что попаду в ее капкан. ???? когда все откладывается на потом, хотя так много всего красивого нужно снять и показать. Пора бы попрощаться с этой дурной институтской привычкой
Every button and item has a description under it which makes Photo Editor one of the easiest and most user-friendly apps. It also has many unique features that other apps don’t offer. “Focus” will recreate bokeh shots with a blurry background, “Blemish” will help users get rid of unwanted spots in the photos and “Whiten” can help whiten teeth with one easy swipe.
Openshot is entirely open source, which makes it one of the best video editing software that is accessible. It may remind some Mac users a little of iMovie with its easy to use drag and drop interface. However, Openshot packs more features than iMovie, including unlimited layers and audio mixing. This free editor strikes a nice balance between advanced features and a simple interface. It also allows real-time previews when you create transitions between clips.
This analytics app has all its bases covered. Its robust insights include audience demographics, reporting, macro-level statistics about the performance of an entire account, and micro-level information about each individual post. And for $29 per month, it’s also one of the more affordable analytics tools out there. We also love that it integrates with Facebook – who doesn’t love two tools for the price of one?
DaVinci Resolve is arguably the most advanced video editor on the list. While it has many professional video features, its interfaces remain intuitive. Alongside video slicing and trimming you can master audio and correct color. You can also use it to add 2D and 3D titles to your video. If you just want to trim and upload your videos, the rich feature set of DaVinci Resolve may be too extensive. However, if your video project is a little more advanced, the free version of this software is hard to beat.
If you shoot for Instagram using a GoPro camera, the GoPro app will make your life much easier. While capturing footage, you can use your photo to adjust the video or time-lapse settings and get a clear preview of your shot. Once your video is recorded, you can do your editing right in the GoPro app, from trimming and combining clips to adding slow motion to using filters and stickers. The app will also compile the best moments from your recent footage (selected by an algorithm) into QuikStories that you can share directly to Instagram.
The white balance function will help you control your indoor lighting settings so your indoor photos don’t come out looking orange or yellow. By increasing or decreasing ISO users can control how bright or dark photos look. Macro focus mode will add that blurred background that everyone loves to use these days and changing shutter speed can capture anything from quick action sports photos to flowy waterfall photos.
I hate to rain on the parade, but vertical video is a becoming increasingly popular and is here to stay. Very soon you will be looking for apps that let you edit those vertical vids instead of cropping them. It doesn’t matter if you love it or you hate it. If you want to maximize your advertising dollar consider embrace the power and popularity of vertical videos.
Another option offering a host of benefits to the Instagram users of today is HippoVideo. With this Instagram story video editor, you can trim clips, add text, use emojis and import videos from anywhere. The advanced edit facilities available to you enable you to add as many video and audio tracks as you need and include intro and end cards into your work. Hippo Video even tells you how your video is performing and how many views it has received, allowing you to protect videos with passwords.
Beyond making all of Hootsuite’s social media management functions available away from your desk, the Hootsuite mobile app has two really important features for Instagram marketers. First is the ability to regram with just a couple of taps. Sharing user-generated content is a great way to engage your followers and fans, but there’s no native regram function within the Instagram app.
Developed by Google, this precision photo-editing Instagram app works on both JPG and RAW files, making it a powerful tool for professional photographers. Beyond filtering your photos, you can perform serious photo-editing tasks like removing elements (or even people) from the photo, adjusting the geometry of buildings, and using curves to control the brightness of your image.
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Hootsuite’s scheduling platform has an analytics arm to track trends across your Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts. The platform provides real-time analytics about posts and audience interaction to help you and your team optimise your feed. You can also track who on your team responds to custom inquiries to learn which customer service reps are doing a great job, and who could use a little more training. While its features are robust, some users report having a hard time learning Hootsuite’s interface, so prepare for a bit of a learning curve if you select this tool. Hootsuite Analytics comes with the platform’s scheduling tool, so this feature is included in the baseline Hootsuite price of $129 per month. Hootsuite is available as a web app and for iOS and Android.
Game-changing video giant GoPro has a video editing tool they created specifically for users to edit GoPro-style videos. The tool helps you amp up your video’s energy by syncing it to music with just a few clicks. The app also adds graphs and gauges to your videos to display height and speed as an overlay graphic. If your brand is high intensity and your videos often feature stunts, this app is perfect for you. However, since Quik was created specifically for GoPro use cases, its editing options are pretty basic. Still, they’re easy to apply and free, making this app a win in our book. Quik is available for iOS and Android, and as a desktop application.
This app comes equipped with functions like touch focus, exposure, macro, selfie flash, horizon stabilizer, and more. Editing tools like clarity and auto adjust will enhance your finished photos with one click. You can also use this app to change your ISO and shutter speed on your iPhone like a professional camera would, but it’s an extra paid feature.