PicPlayPost Makes Video Dyptics And 1980s TV-Series Title Sequences | Cult of Mac

PicPlayPost Makes Video Dyptics And 1980s TV-Series Title Sequences


PicPlayPost makes diptycs from your photos and movies

PicPlayPost is supposedly a way to make video diptychs of your precious moments, and then share them via the usual social networks. But if you grew up in (or otherwise managed to live through) the 1980s, you’ll know exactly what this app is for: remaking the cheesy title sequences of 1980s TV shows like Dallas.


Like Diptic for the iPhone, [PicPlayPost](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/picplaypost/id498127541?mt=8) combines images into any number of grids, only it also lets you add movie clips. This is going to be a pretty great way to share several otherwise boring clips to give an idea of your vacation location, or any other number of normally tedious situations.

Once done, you can add various filters and effects, rotate the videos and pictures and then share the results to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, as well as via e-mail and SMS.

It’s a lot of fun, but once I knock off later this afternoon, I’m going to chase down some friends, get them to do their hair up all big and shoot clips of them smiling, turning to and from camera and looking serious. I shall then edit these together to make my very own 80s-style title sequence. Any volunteers to make a cheesy-but-catchy soundtrack?

[Via [iPhoneography](https://www.iphoneography.com/journal/2012/4/18/create-video-diptychs-with-picplaypost.html)]


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