Select video clips from your photo library, pick background music, then let MatchCut do the rest.
The first step is choosing your clips. At the top you can see that you can either use portrait or landscape videos for your project. I selected three landscape clips.
Next you choose your music. MatchCut has over 50 different royalty free songs to choose from, with Hollywood-type trailer music and other themes.
Hit the Explore button on the bottom to see what other users have submitted to MatchCut. You can also "Like" and comment on videos people have made.
The last screen of the process lets you add a title to your video, post to YouTube, or make changes to your video with the buttons at the bottom.
The share options are pretty limited compared to other apps, but once posted to YouTube (previous slide), you'll have all the share options you could ask for.
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