Three Much Needed iOS apps to Merge Videos on iPhone



Three Much Needed iOS apps to Merge Videos on iPhone

Last Sunday, I was on a family trip to Vadatal, a small village near Nadiad- Gujarat. Naturally, I capture videos and photos using my iPhone. I took some short videos in my phone some of the morning some of the noon, But when it came to showing and sharing them, searching for particular videos didn’t amuse my friends (short attention span, you see).

When I came back home and started searching for iOS apps which can allow me to merge all my videos using my iPhone so that I can show the gist of the whole trip to everyone.

I found merging a bulk of video clips is not a piece of cake. You have to check every element, you have to check how the clips blend and whether the transitions are up to the mark. And even add subtitles.

I tried a few apps, which helped me to merge my 15 videos in a single video using my iPhone. Which I have downloaded from the Apple store so, you can also download it easily.


Let me take you through all the apps one by one:


  • IMOVIE
  • SPLICE
  • QUIK
1 iMovie:

Five Much Needed iOS apps to Merge Videos on iPhone

Yes, Apple's in house app iMovie can also help you to merge videos quite easily. 


It also has filters and cool transition option which will allow changing the look of the video. Below is the full feature list of iMovie

  • Connect an external display to your iPad or iPhone and choose to mirror the iPad display or preview your video full screen while you edit* — with support for uncompressed 4K video output on iPad Pro 11-inch or iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)
  • Resolves issues that could cause video distortion when editing a vertical video clip with the iMovie edit extension in the Photos app
  • Addresses an issue that could prevent sharing videos through a mobile connection on iPhone or iPad
  • Improves stability including an issue which could occur after adding speed change effects to clips in your movie
  • Fullscreen video preview while editing requires iPhone 7 or later, iPad (6th generation) or iPad Pro (2017) or later

2 SPLICE :
Three Much Needed iOS apps to Merge Videos on iPhone

With its nice design and features, Splice is my second choice. Its advantage over iMovie is that it has a big collection of music and audio clips. You can listen to the audio track before adding them to the video and use it according to your need.

USP of splice app:
  • Watermark: Yes, it can be disabled.
  • Movie length: Can easily create long video clips.



3 : QUIK

Three Much Needed iOS apps to Merge Videos on iPhone

Quick is made by GoPro and it's my third choice for video editing. With its advanced and simple video editors, you can simply edit any video or merge videos easily. Quick has it own collection of themes and effects.

USP of Quick app:
  • Interactive themes and effects
  • Watermark: Yes, it can be removed.
  • Movie length: 3:19 minutes.


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