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Videoshop -- video editor

Videoshop will help you create a quality video to share with friends and family but takes some time to figure out some of the many editing controls.

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Getting started

There's no fuss or extra steps in the way of creating your first video with this app. Immediately upon launch you're greeted with the editor.

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Editing

When editing a video, you can view its length at the top of the screen. Convenient Vine and Instagram indicators let you know when you've exceeded the time limit for either service.

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Speed adjustments

Have a section of a video that'd be better off sped up or slowed down? Videoshop has you covered.

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Crop

Cropping a video clip isn't a common feature among video-editing apps, but Videoshop has it.

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Display adjustments

In Videoshop, the "display adjustments" screen lets you adjust brightness, contrast, and other meaningful exposure settings.

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Sound effects

Sometimes a video just isn't complete without some added sound effects.

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Text overlays

You can add text to any clip, be it a photo or video. You have the option to select a font, color, and resize the text.

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Sharing is caring

Sharing, arguably the most important part of a video-editing app, is possible with a lot of different services.

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