VivaVideo: Free Video Editor
Allows users to edit videos and create video montages
- Category Video
- Program license Free
- Version 8.0.2
- Size 36 MB
- Works under: Android
- Program available in English
- Content rating Teen
- Package name com.quvideo.xiaoying
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VivaVideo: Free Video Editor provides users with an easy-to-use and creative way to express themselves by creating their own video montages using various images and video files. With this app, users can create this videos on their Android devices, which eliminates the need for transferring videos from a computer to a mobile device after it has been created.
VivaVideo: Free Video Editor also gives users the option of recording their own videos within the app on their devices. You may still add other images and video clips to the new video you are recording as well. The app includes several features that help users create the final video montage, such as multiple filters that may be applied to the video, the ability to cut and paste pieces of different videos into, and several different transitions which move the video from one scene to the next.
As an added bonus for users of VivaVideo: Free Video Editor, the app includes a "share" option that allows users to not only create personalized video montages but also share them with freinds and family via various social media platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
- Create video montage directly on Android device.
- Record new videos
- Share finished products via social media
- App can drain a significant amount of battery power.
- Videos created with the free version of the app include a watermark.
1. Performance improved
2. Bugs Fixed
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