Guillaume Flandre🛠 Software engineer ➕ 📸 Photographer

Is there a VSCO for video?

I'm looking for an iPhone app that would be able to: - add subtle filters ala VSCO to videos shot on my iPhone - let me customize contrast, exposure etc. - possibly add colored borders to a video
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  4. Filmic is a great app if you want camera-like control while shooting video. The app gives you control over fine tuning white balance, aspect ratio, framerate, and more.
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    This app allows you to pause and resume your recording, whenever you want! It has also simple edit functionality like trimming, rearranging, deleting individual video segments and adding filters.
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    Guillaume Flandre🛠 Software engineer ➕ 📸 Photographer · Written
    Answering my own question! This app allows to add borders on videos and to edit them with pretty good filters and has finer editing tools as well. It's what I needed!
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    • Chris | VrixeCo-plan and edit events

      This app just does what it should so easily. Crop, trim, resize...just about anything you need to do. I even find myself editing YouTube clips here. Its awesome.

  7. iMovie is free and my primary app for editing videos. You can apply preset filters, but again, there is no method to adjust brightness and contract.
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