Last night, another Windows app named ‘Movie Maker 8.1’ arrived on the Windows Phone Store for Windows Phone 8.1 running smartphones running the Preview for Developers. The third-party runs for a $1.49 with a free trial and is the first to endeavor new API features in Windows Phone 8.1 that allows editing of videos on a users handset. Movie Maker 8.1 is additionally a universal app, means if you purchase it you will get the access to download and use the relating Windows 8.1 app as well. The Windows 8.1 is expected to come Windows Phone Store very soon.
Let’s have a closer look toward the app and its functionality,
Movie Maker 8.1 is a full-featured video editing app, and actually for its earlier release, includes a ton of features for users. Also, Venetasoft (who made Instagraph, the first Instagram application for Windows Phone), has many plans for Movie Maker 8.1, including enhancement upgrades and unique transition effects.
This is what Movie Maker 8.1 can do:
- All the clips and tracks can be copied, moved, deleted, and duplicated (same for the audio tracks)
- Allows the user to compose a movie using all kinds of video, images and music files supported by Windows Phone 8.1
- When an image is added, you can set the duration on the movie and you can apply one of the awesome Nokia filters
- “MP3 extractor” feature: a user can load a YouTube video previously downloaded, extract the soundtrack and use it as the movie background of exported
- Use simple playback controls to review clips
- Volume can be controlled on single clips and tracks
- All the work is done by the app; no internet connection is required.
- Easily trim, crop and split clips
- Slow motion effect 10X
- The final movie is saved as mp4 on a folder chosen by the user (SD card too).
- Set clip volume level
- Copy, paste and delete clips at any position
- Zoom able real-time preview
To get this app click on the link to head over to the Windows Phone app store.