Since the launch of Edit on a Dime several weeks ago, I've been putting a variety of automatic video editing apps though their paces. Hey there Ben, before I tried these apps I had the same feeling as you re: wanting to have full control. It is a very cool idea, and I'm tempted to do some experimenting with some artistic or more laid back videos. Sorry but your videos were shaking awfully with vidify, its gross :-FI think magisto was better of the three. During Apple's press event today, the company showed off Replay, a third party app for the iPhone and iPad that automatically edits videos.
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Keying in on this trend of social cameras, that is, wearable cameras like the GoPro, Disney Research has devised an ingenious tool that can automatically edit the final footage together with an intuitive, human-style editing approach. Revealed in a research paper titled "Automatic Editing of Footage from Multiple Social Cameras," the research team has created software that splices together footage shot on different devices with results that should make at least some human video editors nervous.
Image: Disney Research So while the final footage still looks shaky and disjointed (see video above), the automated video editor does an amazing job of seamlessly pulling the viewer's eye along by maintaining focus on the main subject in the video. If any of this sounds familiar, it might be because you've seen VyClone's automatic video editing at work. Looking at the footage side by side demonstrates how much more powerful Disney's solution could be for those looking to truly construct documentary footage as opposed to random video mixes composed of footage shot at the same location.

But the real power of the system is on display when the researchers play footage edited by Disney's system next to that of footage edited by a human video editor. By deliberately avoiding jump cuts and observing the "180 degree rule" (keeping the camera on one side of the subject, without changing the right-to-left relationship of the subject to the camera) the software successfully mimics the edits a human might make to maintain the visual continuity of a scene. Although the software isn't commercial just yet, the researchers believe that in the future, rather than replace human video editors, the system could become a tool used to shorten the post-production time on major video projects.
One of the first tested was Magisto, a web-based app that's directly accessed through YouTube, which I enjoyed, but found some obvious problems with. I haven't used any of these editors since I don't film very many videos that are unimportant enough that I don't want full control, but I might start now that there are ways to put together the footage without having to take the time myself.
But we're entering an interesting time here where we can think of these apps as tools and shoot accordingly, (am thinking here of apps like Hipstamatic that produce interesting and valid results and are used by pros not just consumers).
Most of the video work I do is step by step instructionals though, and I just don't think any program could get them edited in a way that would make sense.
I do a ton of photographs and short videos, however I often don't have the time to sit and edit everything on my Imovie or whatever low key editor I happen to be using.
It did a good job, may be its semi commercial, but end result were much better and professional.
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I am a broke mofo and I am one that believes that with technology it has open up what was once a field for elitists to the masses. I being a mass so I am a great photographer and would like to put together projects similar in the style that is allowed to me by Magisto. Before u know it you realize you've been cornered into paying for the complete unlock at 8.99€.
I'll post a review of the mobile version in a couple days, but before that, let's get back to the web ones.There was a big issue with music licensing.
Replay also offers backlighting effects with volumetric lighting which looks really impressive, based on Apple's demo today. Magisto has licensed a large number of professional tracks, but when I published the video on YouTube using one, I was told I didn't have the rights to the song.Boiman said, “Magisto licenses its soundtrack library for Magisto users for personal use. I am not looking for feature films but the idea of shooting short movies is something that interests me and I would love to do on a low budget sort of scale. Yet, there is definitely "something going on" with Magisto's edit."The difference between Magisto and other automatic editing solutions is in the brains," Boiman explains.
To give Magisto another chance, I shot some footage with my iPhone 4 during a dinner party.

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