The scenes feature is sadly limited to Clips' iPhone X users, but Apple has added some Star Wars effects for everyone else, too.
Among them is a neon soaked Asian city called Metropolis, a yellow hued Riverfront scene reminiscent of NY, a hand drawn version of Paris called Sketchbook, and an 8-bit video game like world.
There are 16 newly designed stickers from Apple and 21 new royalty-free soundtracks from indie artists to choose from in case user wants to add more personality to his/her videos.
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Using iPhoneX's TrueDepth camera system, Selfie Scenes transports users into bustling cities, serene landscapes, abstract paintings and more.
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Clips 2.0 also adds more content from Disney, including full-screen posters featuring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, as well as Star Wars stickers featuring animated versions of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Chewbacca and other characters. It doesn't even register in the App Store's top rankings, and it seems to have been drowned out by more popular social video apps like Snapchat and Instagram.
The new version of the Clips app will let you create 360-degree selfies by putting yourself into unique scenes including two scenes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
To use the feature, you simply touch and hold a single button to shoot live video and photos, or add them from the photo library. The Clips soundtracks automatically adjust to match the length of videos.
Apple has redesigned the Clips interface, angling to give it a more streamlined feel, with frequently used controls more easily accessible. While you'll still use a big, bright record button to add clips to your timeline, a handful of new shortcuts beneath the viewfinder window make it easier to gussy up your work.
This time, Clips also packs support for iCloud Drive, so you can start a new video project on an iPhone and pick up where you left off on an iPad without issue. While the iPhone initially popularized selfie-taking, Snapchat was the first to recognize the significant potential to leverage smartphone camera's to provide users with a range of ways to enhance photos and videos.