Movie editing app Lumify now lets you employ a different filter for every scene, such as cutting from full-color to black and white in slow-motion. You can now also reverse video files that don't contain audio.
“For the first time ever in an iPhone video editing app, you can use a different filter for every scene. Create psychedelic music videos. Cut from full-color to B&W in slow-mo for dramatic effect,” says Shnap, the developer of Lumify.
Users can test out different filter combinations and preview the result on the spot, add titles and photos, set scene transitions manually, (hard cut or crossfade). Also new, users can now also record with the front camera which, on the iPhone 5, churns out 720p HD video.
Some bug fixes have made their way into this release too. For instance, you can now reverse video files that don't have audio, and the app now warns users when they’re running low on storage.
Also helpful, the last movie will always be at least in standard definition, even when users add really low-quality clips.