With the launch of the 3.0 update, apple clips video app can record 16:9, 4:3 and squares, as well as vertically or horizontally on iPhones and iPads. < / P > < p > for Apple clips video applications, this is a function that should have been implemented for a long time. Until now, it can only be shot and exported in square. This might have made sense when it was first released three years ago, but it means clips can’t really participate in the rise of vertical video story formats in applications like snapchat, tiktok and instagram. < / P > < p > the new clips interface is also very exquisite. In the past, you needed to open a special effects pane and slide horizontally through seemingly endless options. Now, the horizontal list can slide up to see all the filters, stickers, expressions, or other effects you might want to add. Apple has put in a bunch of new assets that you can use on your videos. With titles & quot; posters & quot;, you can insert them into the video, more free songs, more stickers, and more voice bubble shapes. < / P > < p > if you shoot with a rear camera on your iPhone 12, clips can now be recorded and exported in Apple’s Dolby horizon HDR. Apple has also redesigned clips’ sharing table. It can still be exported directly to social apps, but apple is adding a video preview and a separate button to export the project file so users can send it to someone else for editing. < / P > < p > if you shoot or import both horizontal and vertical videos, clips will frame one or the other by default. If you have more vertical video than horizontal video in your project, it will export vertical video (and vice versa). At its core, clips is still what it was: a very clever way to quickly concatenate short videos into a small shareable movie. Unlike the story format or tiktoks, clips doesn’t have a built-in social network to share and view these videos; they need to be exported. < / P > < p > although it has some ar effects, such as adding voice bubbles to the face, it is only more traditional than other short video applications. In this sense, clips is a bit like a modern version of iMovie’s heyday. Clips still retains its biggest feature: it can directly transcribe voice in real-time video and create real-time subtitles. The attached music tracks can still be automatically customized according to the length of the video. It can still sync between your IOS devices via icloud, and they can also be filmed or edited on the iPad. The iPad’s interface has also been improved to support Apple pencil’s graffiti & quot; feature to enter text, but unfortunately, you can’t draw directly on the video. < / P > < p > in my opinion, clips is still a serious and healthy app, which is very in line with Apple’s aesthetics. Apple still points out that it is popular in the educational context. It’s a way for kids to create videos. The 3.0 version of clips should be available today. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”