This should be available for individual journalists
Good concept but so many bugs. Biggest problem lately is picture/video edits do not register. You're left with all-headroom pictures or just can't use them. There are other times the video simply freezes on playback. Considering this is marketed for professional use, the problems with this app are completely unacceptable.
I will keep at 1 star till I, an Android user, can actually use it for the news station I work for. Open it up for Android users. Heard so many great things about it during a seminar and would love to utilize a tool such as this.
B-roll video plays in wrong order even after re-starting video selection from scratch. Can't switch order by sliding clips like ios version. Many editing features and buttons missing on android interface so videolicious academy tips useless. Does not work as advertised. Employer requires its use so colleagues who use iPhones have advantage over me and my Samsung S-7.
If only... Concept is fantastic. Use to work well but now crashes after taking the time to record multiple videos. Videolicious states this platform for Apple primarily as looses many functions for Androids. Many agents use Android for multiple reasons. I wish they would make the app more universal. Great idea...needs work.
So wait? I go to a video meet up group that tells me about this app and how anyone can download and use it and how great it is. Turns out only iOS users can use it freely. Android users can only use it if their employer / enterprise has an account? Google needs to ban this then. Dumb
New Enterprise functionality to optimize video editing. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions or feedback, thanks!