Vombo takes videos that were shot simultaneously on multiple devices and combines them into one video. The idea was born from the fact that people attend events, whether it be birthday parties, weddings or sporting events, and record the action on many devices, but those videos are rarely edited together (unless there’s an editor in the family).
Vombo can turn those separate videos into either a single, split screen version, where you can see all of the action from multiple angles, or a ‘match on action’ version, which literally auto-edits the action so it appears as one fluid motion.
You can add music and titles to the video for sharing on your favourite social platform.
Vombo can be used for more than just events…it can be used for everyday life like playing with your child or pet, or for educational purposes like studying movement.
You can also use Vombo with a single camera, capturing content for editing sequentially, or, if you have the same backing track, you can create a cool video that includes multiple angles.
Vombo is available for free in the App Store, with an in-app purchase available.