Creating professional quality videos with limited resources is a challenge, especially if you’re on a budget. But pro videos seem to be on demand now, especially when it comes to Youtubers and vloggers and such. Triller is the new solution that music video director Colin Tilley and developers David Leiberman and Sammy Rubin for those who want pro videos with little effort, with the help of an app, right there on their iPhone. Colin Tilley is a big-timer in the music video industry, having worked with artists such as Jason Derulo and Nicki Minaj and while you might not be a fan of the concepts that were used in some of these music videos, they’re definitely pro videos and you can achieve that level of quality with the app that the group proposes.

Triller is now available as a free video maker for iPhone on the iTunes store and it will work with most iPhone units out there. According to developers and Tilley, the Triller app is the first of its kind. Users will be able to create pro videos with various editing tools, such as lip-syncing videos with the songs of their choices, but it’s not that simple. Triller has an analysis algorithm that lets it analyze your face and the music that you choose and syncs them together perfectly. You can do multiple takes to sections of the song of your choice, and the app will edit them together so that you end up with a professional-looking video.

Although lip-syncing movies can hardly be called pro videos, Triller does target an audience that could be interested in such things. The app is easy to use and functional, and it has a pretty large library of music that you can choose from. The end result is actually pretty nice, as Triller offers up a wide selection of editing tools that you can use to make your own music videos and have a ton of fun with it, alongside your friends or family. I can see a lot of people using this to make parodies, which is why I think Triller will soon be very popular among creators on Youtube, Vimeo and other social video platforms. Since it’s a free app, it should blow up soon enough.

Pro videos can be shared afterward through social media handles incorporated in Triller, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. At the same time, the usual sharing options through mail, messages and such are also available, so you and your friends can laugh at your latest Taylor Swift music video together, even if you’re miles apart. One statement by Colin Tilley from the press release discussing Triller reads: “My editing friends and I always knew the iPhone was gonna lead to some kind of game-changer in video editing. Triller is it and I’m really excited to be involved.” That might be a bit of an exaggeration, but you guys can tell us whether Triller is truly revolutionary when it comes to creating pro videos or not.

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