Written by Rex Covington of the Apple User Group Advisory Board and Lonestarrider.com
Apples new clips app is like a mixture of Photo Booth, Snapchat, and a very light version of iMovie. The free stand-alone app is only available in the United States and you will need IOS 10.3 on your iPhone. You can download the app from the normal places using iTunes on your Mac or the Apple’s App Store on your iPhone. You can produce a video up to 60 minutes and each individual clip that you add to your video can be no longer than 30 minutes. (more…)
A few weeks ago Apple introduced Clips, a new app that features a unique design for combining video clips, photos and music into great-looking videos, along with the ability to add animated captions and titles via voice commands. This month ASW offers a demo sheet and video covering Clips that could make for a fun user group meeting topic. Check out Clips – First Look (L549880A-en_US) and Get to Know – Clips (L550178A-en_US).
Ambassadors: April is a great month to check out ASW!
Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini, the French Brutal Deluxe Software programming team known for countless original Apple II programs and archiving efforts, will be the Keynote speakers as KansasFest 2017 celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Apple II. Remember The Tinies, Cogito, Blockade and LemminGS? They have continued to write and this year Antoine and Olivier published demonstrations and tools for playing quadraphonic and octaphonic sound on the Apple IIgs.