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| March 5, 2013
Creating Professional-Looking Short Movies Is A Cinch With Clinch
Clinch, the video sharing app that lets you easily create professional-looking short movies, has just "clinched" another neat update. Released in September last year, Clinch makes use of a unique algorithm in order to help you make interesting movies automagically. Basically, what it does is filter, analyze, and edit the selected video content through video and audio processing. This includes object, scene, and facial detection. The result is a short movie that looks as though it were edited by a pro, like the one shown below. As mentioned, Clinch has just received a new update. Most notably, the update brings an improved movie creation process. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. This process, which is said to be quick and simple, includes a new option to pull publicly posted clips and photos from your friends, Instagram, and Twitter. The newly updated app also lets you explore movies by other users aka Clinchers. In addition, you can follow your favorite Clinchers and add their movies to your personal feed. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Clinch is available now in the App Store for free. If you're interested in other video sharing apps, albeit not as "long" and "automagical" as Clinch, check out the recent updates to Vine, Viddy, Socialcam, and Cinemagram. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]