Thanks for the questions, we've got the answers
Update: I heard back from Google tonight with ahem, 1339 download links to my photos. That would keep me busy for years!
Thanks Stan. I believe I usually say I shot the episode with an iPhone, (along with GoPro and Insta360,) but if I haven't been clear enough about it, I'll make sure to be extra clearer next time. https://youtu.be/ysxgu3H40is?t=110 At this time, I don't believe it would be possible to edit the show as I see it with the tools on the iPhone. I'll check out the ByteDance program you mentioned. Also know that when I'm editing, I'm connected to multiple hard drives, which isn't possible with an iPhone.
Hope you are feeling better quickly.
Jefferson, You make a big point of emphasizing using your iPhone to create your photowalks. But there are three parts of creating a video: collecting the media - photos and video clips, post processing (where do you do this?) and the actual organization and creation of the video itself. It seems that you actually use the iPhone to support less than 50% of all these elements of the creation. Maybe your statements regarding the iPhone should reflect that detail. On the other hand I believe you can do them all on the iPhone and achieve excellent results. Maybe you could. explore that further.
Jefferson, I came across a "new" video creation app named CapCut put out by Bytedance to help their TikTok users. It. is free, works on all platforms, and seems quite full featured. I have tried simple videos on the iPhone and more complex ones on my MacBook, both with good results. It definitely is better than iMovie!!
Hope you are feeling better quickly and have no long lasting symptoms from our favorite virus.