Combo Apps/IntroMate

I’m always looking for a way to improve my mobile video editing skills. I came across this app called IntroMate. What this app has to offer are 34 premade intros and 9 premade credits templates that you can customize and work with iMovie edits. Making a movie intro and credits can be a lot of work and complicated. You can go to websites where you have to pay for a subscription fee to download these templates. There are also FREE template sites but you seem to always get what you pay for. I made this intro on my iPhone 6 Plus. It was really easy and had no problems using this app.

This is the tutorial video on how to use IntroMate. It’s very easy to use. You don’t need to use this app on your iPad. An iPad helps with the larger screen so you can see what you’re doing without squinting your eyes but not everyone has an iPad.

My thing is I want to be a true mobile videographer. IntroMate is one of those apps that will keep me mobile in post production. The biggest misconception is you need a laptop or desktop with powerful software for post production editing. If your mobile device is capable of recording 1080p to 4K video, then your device is capable of editing your footage.

You can pick up IntroMate for $2.99 or a bundle pack for $4.99IntroMate is a nice companion to iMovie. I want to thank Vanessa Vox because if it wasn’t for her knowledge with video apps. I wouldn’t have found IntroMate. If you have any questions to this blog post, please leave comments. Have a great day and see you soon !!!





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6 Responses to Combo Apps/IntroMate

  1. Carolyn Hall Young says:

    Very interesting, Tina! Vanessa knows her way around mobile movie making! I appreciate your perspective on this app. Thanks!

  2. danmblog says:

    It looks interesting. In fact it looks great!

  3. Tankeo says:

    Brilliant stuff. It’s a shame that such media platforms like Instagram compress the video – such details/sharpness is removed from nice intro graphics. Simplicity is the key in such cases.

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