How to quickly edit a video on your phone
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Have you ever recorded a video on your smartphone but didn’t send or post it because it was too long, or you were just unhappy with the result? Well you are not alone. Most of us these days have videos that we didn’t do anything with for exactly these reasons.
Follow these steps to edit a video on your phone. (Apple)
Here are some simple ways to edit videos on your phone quickly and easily – without the help of special apps.
How to edit videos on your iPhone
While your iPhone’s built-in camera lets you record videos in both cinematic and slow-mo modes, you also have the option to slow down, trim, add a filter, or adjust your video right from the Photos app.
To cut a video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Move the sliders on either side of the video timeline at the bottom of the screen to where you want your video to start and end. Tap Play to preview your edit. Tap Done.
Edit a video on your iPhone. (CyberGuy.com)
Here you have the option to “Save Video” or “Save Video as New Clip”. Tapping “Save Video” will only save the newly edited version of the video, while tapping “Save Video as New Clip” will save both the original video and the newly edited version.
After editing a video, you can still go back to the original. (CyberGuy.com)
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If you accidentally clicked “Save Video” and want to save the original, don’t worry, it’s easy to fix.
Open the video you edited. Tap on “Edit”. Tap on “Reset”. Tap Revert to Original.
This not only restores the video to its original length, but also any other changes you may have made to the video.
To adjust picture, color and sound
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap the customize icon
How to adjust a video’s contrast, sharpness, and more. (CyberGuy.com)
How to add a filter
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap the filter icon. Scroll and select the filter you want.
How to add a filter to your video. (CyberGuy.com)
To crop or rotate your video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap the fourth icon from the bottom top left corner.
You can use this tool to crop or rotate your iPhone video. (CyberGuy.com)
As always, if you don’t like the changes made to the video, you can always go back and restore it by clicking Edit and then Reset.
How to edit video on an android
Like on an iPhone, Android users can quickly and easily edit their videos directly from Google Photos.
To cut a video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”.
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How to trim a video on an Android device. (CyberGuy.com)
To crop or rotate your video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap “Crop”. To crop a video to a different aspect ratio, tap the aspect ratio. Tap Rotate or use the dial at the top. To auto-align the video, tap Auto.
With this tool you can crop and rotate videos on your Android. (CyberGuy.com)
How to adjust an effect in your video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap Customize.
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How to customize an effect for your Android video. (CyberGuy.com)
How to add a filter to your video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap on “Filters”.
Want to add a filter to your Android video? Follow these steps. (CyberGuy.com)
To draw or highlight a video
Open the video you want to edit. Tap on “Edit”. Tap on “Tag”.
Here’s how to draw or highlight on an Android video. (CyberGuy.com)
Simple steps right? Now it’s time to edit those videos, show them to your friends and family and post them on social media. Let us know if this guide helped revive some of your forgotten videos.
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