Videoleap by Lightricks review: excellent AI features highlight nifty video app

Videoleap is a video-editing app that goes big on generative AI. How does it fare? We've tested it.

A screenshot from Videoleap by Lightricks
(Image: © Jacob Little)

Our Verdict

Plenty of features, compelling AI integration that make Videoleap by Lightricks stand out from the crowd. An intuitive user interface and editing system also mean that this is a good editor for content creators that’s worth using.

For

  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Great video editor
  • Interesting and worthwhile use of AI tools

Against

  • Some AI features like auto voice requires extra money
  • Relatively expensive – some competitors are cheaper

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You’d be forgiven for feeling a little jaded by the plethora of apps that claim to make it easy to design and publish groundbreaking content on social media. With the boom in portrait video media, a large number of apps are out there that promise to revitalise your video footage and make it ready to share with the world. Needless to say, some apps are better than others, and this new offering from Lightricks offers an interesting AI interpretation laden with useful and eye-catching features. 

Billed as an AI-first company, Lightricks are pioneering technology that claims to ‘bridge the gap between imagination and creation.’ There are two main tenants to their offering, the fun, playful, AI-powered and imaginative creation side, and the more serious, business-orientated creator services that provide content creators the ability to monetise their work and scale quickly using very easy-to-use, intuitive editing apps

The Verdict
4

out of 10

Lightricks Videoleap

Plenty of features, compelling AI integration that make Videoleap by Lightricks stand out from the crowd. An intuitive user interface and editing system also mean that this is a good editor for content creators that’s worth using.

Jacob Little is a UK-based photographer and journalist with a particular interest in travel.