Every couple of days, a new app bursts onto the scene which is “the next big thing.” Today’s example is the social video app Vyclone, which just landed in the app store to a great amount of coverage. Vyclone takes a very interesting new spin on video editing, automatically splicing together footage from different sources.
The way it works is that up to four friends can film an event, and the app will take all the footage from the different angles, and algorithmically splice it together into a video. You can see a bunch of examples on the Vyclone website, and it looks to be an incredibly cool concept.
What’s not immediately clear is if you need to know the other filmers, or it can just pair you with random folks at a gig who happen to be recording at the same time as you — but regardless, it’s a super easy way of splicing together footage without needing to set foot in an editing suite.