Prisma users should be happy as their long wait for Prisma video support is over now. When Prisma got momentum and became a part of almost every smartphone a month back, users started urging makers to enable prisma like effects to their videos as well.
And here comes the good news. Prisma has finally brought in support for video editing, through to a length of 15 seconds.
The iOS app for Prisma will support 9 video filters users can choose from. Users may apply them to clips that are not longer than 15 seconds. If want to apply on a longer clip, you can choose a 15-second clip from within the longer video. It’s worth noting that the entire video processing takes place locally on the phone.
Though, the processing is done without data connection, it can heat up your hardware depending on which iPhone you’re using at the moment.
However, the feature works only on an iPhone having iOs 10 OS. Android users might have to wait for a bit longer to see the feature surfacing on their device.
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