People are editing videos more than before. But more complex editing such as dynamically applying effects, ie. filters (with filter parameters changing over time) is still beyond casual users.
The reason is that such features are still in the domain of complex video editing software (usually on desktop computers and often with a hefty price tag) which has a significant learning curve. User interface alone is enough to intimidate most of casual users and who are turning more and more to their mobile devices for editing videos where such features are rarely (if anywhere) available in existing video editors.
Until now, that is.
Frameit is a video editor for mobile devices and tablets that provides you with dynamic pan, zoom and rotate effects achieved via simple and intuitive dynamic user input.
Now what do all those fancy words mean?
Well it means that, in the example of dynamic pan, you can dynamically crop a video by moving (panning) the cropping frame with your fingers(s) within the video boundaries as the video is playing. This way the video will be cropped according to where you positioned the cropping window at that specific point in time in video thereby creating panning effect.
In the example of dynamic zoom, you can dynamically crop a video by changing the size of the cropping frame within the video boundaries as the video is playing by moving your fingers closer together or further apart, ie. using pinch gesture. This way video will be cropped according to the position and size of the cropping window at that specific point in time in video thereby creating zoom effect.
The "zoom" mode in Frameit allows zoom effect to be applied alone or simultaneously with pan effect.
In the example of dynamic rotate, you can dynamically crop a video by changing the angle of the video against the cropping frame as the video is playing by rotating your two finger input. This way video will be cropped according to the angle of the video relative to cropping window at that specific point in time in video thereby creating rotation effect.