Easy to use
You don’t need to be a seasoned video editor. You don’t even need to know what a video editor is. Let Twentysecs do the hard work and create your video with just a few taps.
Camera or Camera Roll?
You can use the in-app camera to take your photos or import them from your Camera Roll, Photo Stream or other apps like Messages or Mail. So, that great shot from the office party your colleague sends you can still be included in your video!
Make it pretty
Twentysecs has nine built-in themes, each with its own optional background music theme. You can also personalize your video with captions.
Sharing is caring
Share your creation with the world. Twentysecs can share your video directly to Facebook, Twitter, tumblr and ADN. You can also share your video via email or save it to your Camera Roll, so your creations can be enjoyed today and tomorrow.
Make the best of your photos
Take your photos using the built-in camera or import photos from your Camera Roll. Twentysecs will let you crop your photos before importing them (even when using the camera), so you can edit them to exactly how you want them. And even if you import a photo that you don’t want to appear in your final edit, twentysecs can hide it for you without deleting a thing.
Create a timelapse. Write or draw something on a piece of paper and take a picture of it. Your photos will appear in the videos sequentially (that’s programmer-speak for “in the order you took them”). Make that work for you – your imagination is the limit!
Apply one of the nine built-in Themes. Well, we actually mean eight. One theme (we are so creative over here that we called it “None”) does not apply any visual effect to your photos, although it does apply music and captions.
Share, share, share!
Don’t keep your creations to yourself, share them with the world!
Do you want grandma to see those recent snaps of the grandkids? Create a video and email it to her. Or share your birthday photos with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, tumblr or app.net. The choice is yours.
And, if you want to keep your video to yourself or process it with another app, just save it to the Camera Roll. Easy as that.
See twentysecs in action.