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This display is what you see when you open ReelDirector. It's here where you can create new projects.
Here you set the opening "title" words and location, the same info for the closing credits, define a common transition to use between clips, and a toggle between high and regular quality mode.
The buttons at the bottom let you pla a clip, delete a clip, and define the beginning and ending transitions on a clip. You can add new clips, all of which can be trimmed.
The credit editor is pretty basic - you can only type in the words. I would be willing to speculate that future versions of this app will add moving titles, title effects, etc...
The built-in help files show how to create a new project, and there is also an online video showing the process visually. The app also includes a good FAQ file.
And speaking of FAQs, here's a shot of some of the information contained in that file.
Creating (rendering) the video is done by tapping the Create button at the bottom of the screen. Once rendering is complete, you can share videos, play them, or save them to your Photo Library on the iPhone.
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