Editing clips isn't thought of as the most accessible thing, mainly due to the specialized tools on offer. But over the last few years, new developers have surfaced with new apps, aimed at the more casual user demographic.
Clipify was made with that principle in mind, and that is immediately apparent from its design: the interface was intuitively thought-out to ensure that anyone could use the app.
The ease of use principle has been baked into this app. Editing videos is as easy as dropping them in and arranging them on the timeline. Cutting, splitting, and cropping can be done from there, and it's as simple as that.
Adding text, transitions, and different effects also numbers among the capabilities of this program. Essentially, users can drag and drop the effects and transitions to alter their clips, and the result can be immediately seen from the preview.
When prompting to create a new project, you get to choose between starting from scratch or handing some control over to the app, via the Video Wizard option.
What it does is in line with its description: we dropped in a few clips and some images, and the program added all of them on the timeline. We also had to choose the effects and transitions we wanted, and the program compiled the project successfully.
Folders can be added, too, and the software will only select the images and videos it detects.
You can cut your videos even before you create a new project, right from the main dashboard: it's a smooth operation, requiring only a few inputs from the user.
In conclusion, Clipify provides an accessible tool for everyone to easily edit their videos, the workflow being very intuitive for any new user delving in.