Movie Moments, Microsoft's first video editing app for Windows Phone 8.1
We’ve been looking forward to video editing apps coming to Windows Phone for a long time. The release of Windows Phone 8.1 allows developers to build such apps, which is why just two days ago Movie Maker 8.1 was the first video editing app to come to the platform. Today Microsoft is releasing their own video editing app called Movie Moments.
Head into the Windows Phone Store and you’ll find Movie Moments for Windows Phone 8.1. It’s a new video editing app from Microsoft that we’ve already since on Windows 8.1. You’ll find that the Windows Phone version of Movie Moments shares a lot of features from the Windows 8.1 version. That’s because it’s a universal Windows app. Here are those features you can look forward too:
- Pick your favorite 60 seconds. You can trim from the beginning, middle, or end.
- Highlight your favorite moments with fun, colorful captions in a range of styles.
- Add music that matches the moment. We’ve included a few songs for different moods, or you can use songs from your collection.
- When your movie is exactly how you want it, share it with family and friends right from the app.
You’re not going to be making the next indie movie that wins awards at Sundance with Movie Moments. Instead you will be making great 60-second clips that you can easily share through OneDrive or Facebook.
We’ll be going hands on with Movie Moments later on. In the meantime take it for a spin and let us know what you think of the new app.
Download Movie Moments for Windows Phone 8.1 from the Windows Phone Store.
Download Movie Moments for Windows 8.1 from the Windows Store (opens in new tab).
Via: Windows Phone Blog
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By Jez Corden
But seriously, trimming support in the app is only limited to 60 seconds.
How will any song fit in 60? Do it on a proper computer.
Users here, and not on 8.1 preview are a handful.
The only important thing is WP users are happy, and the platform grows up to N.1 OS in the world, some devs could be sacrified for this :'(
Movie Moments gives you great transitions and fine grained editing...Movie Maker allows you to merge multiple 60 second moments into one big video!
Get them both :)
Finally tap "extract mp3" :)