November 4, 2017

1 Second Everyday (1SE) Video App Tutorial

As you may know, on January 1st of this year, I started using an app called 1 Second Everyday. Basically, the app is used for selecting and saving just one second of video that you take each day, and the app stitches them all together. It's kind of like a slideshow of photos, only they are short videos instead. (You can see an example on the bottom of yesterday's post--my video for October.)


Watching the videos is so much more fun than watching a photo slideshow! You would be amazed at how many memories just one second of a video can bring. I have been posting mine each month; at the end of the year, though, I'll have a video of the entire year showing just one second of every day.

Since I've posted about it, I've gotten a lot of interest and a lot of questions regarding the app. Firstly, I am not associated with the app developers in any way. I paid $5 for the app at the beginning of the year, and I love it so much that I tell people about it all the time. I also share my videos on social media, and people always ask about it.

When I downloaded the app, there were no instructions. I was very confused how it worked, and it took some playing around with it to get it all figured out. Now, it literally takes me less than 30 seconds or so of each day to select my video clip and save it in the app.

Several other people have told me their frustration with it as well, so I decided to make a tutorial. I don't typically like to do "vlogs" (video blogs), but after taking some screen shots of the app for a written tutorial, I realized it would be a thousand times faster to do it in a video.

So, I apologize that this video is so long (I think it's 14 minutes or so), but I don't think that I drone on and on (who knows, maybe I do!). But I do hope that it will be helpful!

Here is a link to download the app (they have it for iOS and Android!), if you are interested (again, I get no commission or anything for this--although I should! Haha, I've recommended it to so many people.)

3 comments:

  1. I should totally use this app and to this!

    Hubby and I were trying to find family photos just the other day and were surprised how few there were of us -- :(

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    1. It's sad, I don't have many photos either. Especially before 2010, when I lost the weight. I always avoided the camera, and when I did agree to a photo, I tried to hide behind the kids. I wish I wouldn't have cared so much about how I look!

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  2. Thank you SOO much for taking the time to do this tutorial! I've had this app for so long and was so confused by it that I stopped trying to figure it out. I'm currently going back to January in my phone now that I know how to use it :) I also discovered if you have the "live" setting in your iPhone, it considers those a video so that has been kind of cool on days I don't have an actual video in my phone.

    Thanks again! Love this app (now lol)!!

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I'd love to hear from you! I read all of my comments, and if you have a question, I do my best to respond; sometimes, however, I get busy and forget to go back to reply, so if it's important, just email me! :)