Filmmakers, would you trust a smartphone app to edit videos for you? This is exactly what TRASH App can do. It’s an app that can create rough cuts of your videos. But it doesn’t do it randomly – it’s a smart app that uses AI to make the best of your footage, making it social-media ready. And according to the Apple Store rating, it does a pretty good job.
TRASH lets you upload a video, and then it uses AI to instantly generate a rough cut for you. It’s designed to do the “heavy lifting” such as finding the most interesting moments and cutting them to the beat of the music. From here on, you can leave the clip as is, or edit it further. You can reorder and delete clips, change the music, pace, and add or remove visual effects. The app also features a platform for sharing our work. You can post your videos here, watch videos from other creators, and interact with them.
Of course, the TRASH app isn’t meant to replace human video editors. It’s not something you’d use for large-scale video projects either. Still, it can come in handy if you want to post a short video to social networks, either for fun or to promote your work. Its current score is 4.8 out of 5, so it seems that the users are pretty satisfied with it.
The TRASH app is available on Apple Store for free. When you download it, you should enter your details so your name is on the list for access. Then, you’ll get a code via e-mail so you can access the app. There’s no Android version (at least for now). So, iPhone users, feel free to test it out and let us know if you like it.
[via No Film School]