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Replay Video Editor app review: create movies using photos & videos

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Introduction

We all have dozens upon dozens of photos and videos lying dormant on our iPhones and iPads. Replay Video Editor is an app that can help us make use of those clips and images by enabling us to stitch them together, add effects, and make it a meaningful movie.

This app can be found in the Photo & Video section of the App Store, and it's available for download completely free of charge.

Let's take a look at its features and see if it's one of the best video editing apps available today.

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Video Styles

Replay Video Editor is a hefty app which takes up 87 MB of space, but it's definitely worth moving a few things around to accommodate this wonderful editor.

Touted by Ubergizmo and TechCrunch, this app allows you to import up to 200 photos and videos from your camera roll in the order that you want them to appear. Then, users must pick out a video style.

There are 21 video styles available in this app. For instance, the Mingle style lets you create videos that constitute photographs which are framed in matching colors. The Dandy app, on the other hand, allows you to create silent black & white movies!

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Music, Text, and Sharing Options

Further to adding styles, users can also add text to their videos. Add your text either to photos, video clips, or to an additional text slide which can be inserted into the video.

Choose from two formats, including the Instagram-friendly square format or the cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio.

Video clips can also be slowed down for a 5S slow-motion shot.

When the video is completed, you can choose to either save the video to your camera roll, or share your work of art on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.

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Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Combine up to 200 photos and videos into one movie
  • Choose from 21 video styles
  • One of the most unique iPhone video editing apps as it also allows you to create greeting cards, montages, and more
  • Add your own music
  • Add text, emojis, and more
  • Share your completed film to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube

Cons

  • There is nothing negative to say about this app

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Final Words

Replay Video Editor is one of the coolest apps available to make use of the photos and videos lying in your camera roll.

This app can be used to make some amazing memories come alive, to create greeting cards, and for amateur filmmaking from the convenience of your iPhone or iPad.

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Neha Sinha

Neha has been writing and editing since 2010 and has been reviewing iOS apps since early 2014. She has lived in four different countries and loves having the world at her fingertips thanks to these awesome apps.