Stellar iOS app makes 360-degree video and photo editing easy

Stellar iOS app makes 360-degree video and photo editing easy


VeeR Editor
VeeR Editor is super simple, incredibly powerful.
Photo: VeeR

Immersive 360-degree photos and videos are a spectacular way to showcase your best adventures… until you need to edit them. But now that’s easier than ever, thanks to VeeR Editor, the world’s first 360-degree photo and video editor for iOS.

Shooting 360-degree content has been getting easier as new technologies and more affordable equipment hits the market. But processing that content can still be difficult. You typically need specialist software that’s only available on Mac or PC.

Not anymore.

VeeR Editor lets you edit 360-degree content on the go

VeeR Editor lets you do more with your 360-degree photos and videos using just your iPhone or iPad. Not only can you add funky animated stickers and amazing effects, but you can also enjoy multi-clip editing with special effects and simple drag-and-drop controls.

VeeR Editor also boasts hundreds of royalty-free music tracks that can bring your video to life, and impressive filters that add even more feeling. When you’re done, it takes just one tap to share your masterpiece on the VeeR platform and other VR and social media networks.

Videos shot on the Samsung Gear 360, Insta360 One, Ricoh Theta S, Mi Sphere Camera, and other popular 360-degree cameras can all be loaded into VeeR Editor. 2K editing is available on iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus, while 1080p is supported on other models.

VeeR Editor is free!

VeeR Editor is free to download and use on iOS, and has already been featured in the App Store in many regions. Go grab it now and make your 360-degree videos better than ever.

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