Vimeo Releases iPhone App With Video Editing Features


Popular video sharing site Vimeo today released a new iPhone application offering a number of features including relatively advanced video editing features including focus control, trimming and combining tools, transitions and effects, and music/audio tools. The application of course also offers more standard features for Vimeo users, including support for viewing and uploading of Vimeo videos, editing data on existing videos, and sharing options.

An easy-to-use video editor

- Capture video with focus control and grid alignment
- Combine, edit, and trim your videos
- Add transitions, titles, and effects
- Add music and recordings
- Control volume levels
- Save edited videos to your camera roll or upload directly to Vimeo

The whole Vimeo experience

- Watch and manage all your existing Vimeo videos and download them to your camera roll
- Easily upload your raw footage or edited creations in HD or SD
- Pause and resume uploads
- Replace existing videos
- Edit title, description, tags, privacy and credits
- Share with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, Email or SMS
- Add your clips to your Groups, Channels and Albums
- Stats on daily plays, likes and comments

Vimeo is available in the App Store free of charge, and more features are promised for future updates.



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103 months ago
Free is good. I love all of these editing options. I have been using Splice lite and have been impressed by it, despite all of the crashes. I haven't tried imovie but something about the $5 throws me off, and I'm not cheap. I will give Vimeo a try
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103 months ago
I just got it lol and now I saw this .....looks really cool
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103 months ago
Great app!
Hope they make it universal down the line...
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103 months ago
vimeo iPhone 4 app

I just tested the new vimeo iPhone 4 app and for a FREE video editing app it works great. Way to go vimeo!
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103 months ago
It can't load on iPad 1. It says it requires a camera.
Anyways, I don't have any real use for it at this time. Maybe later. I think the same iMovie on iPad1 workaround can be applied.
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