If you want to cut a video on your iPhone, you have several options. You can trim or duplicate it, or you can export it to your camera roll.
Trim a video
If you need to trim a video on your iPhone, there are a few steps you can follow. First, open the Photos app and select the video you wish to cut. Next, tap the Edit icon in the upper right corner. When you do, you’ll see a menu pop up. From here, you can set the start and end point of the clip and choose to save the new version. If you’re not satisfied with your edits, you can erase them by choosing the “Revert” option.
You can also try iMovie, which is pre-installed on most Apple devices. It’s similar to the iMovie desktop application. This app allows you to edit your videos, and then export the video to the Photos editor. However, there are some differences between iMovie on the phone and on the computer. In addition, the iMovie app has some limitations.
For example, you cannot use iMovie to cut the middle of a video. To do so, you must split the video into two parts. Then, you can adjust the video’s start and end point using the yellow playhead icons. As you move the arrows, the start and end of the video will be repositioned. You can also change the aspect ratio of the clip. For instance, if you want to adjust the proportions of the video, you can press the Aspect Ratio button on the Crop screen. This will give you a preview of your edits.
You can also trim a video on your iPad. If you’re using an iPad, long-press the video you’d like to trim. Then, move the arrows to the desired position. You can also use the crop feature to manually cut a section of the video.
Export a video to your camera roll
Whether you’re sharing a video with a friend, or simply looking for a way to keep track of videos you’ve taken, exporting a video to your iPhone camera roll is a great option. You can add a clip to your camera roll from a video editing app, or upload a YouTube video to your iPhone’s camera. If you’re interested in creating short videos with sound, you can use a native iOS tool to convert live photos to videos. There are several options available, so it’s important to choose the one that works best for your needs.
First, you’ll want to open the video in the app. You can select a clip to export, or you can just click the menu icon in the top right corner to bring up a menu that will allow you to find the exact frame you’re interested in. Once you’ve selected a clip, you’ll be able to view it in full screen. Then you can tap the share button and save it to the photo library on your device. If you’re not sure which file to export, it’s a good idea to take a look at the file’s metadata.
You’ll want to make sure the video is compatible with the iOS camera roll. If it isn’t, you’ll be unable to save it to the camera roll. If you’re using a PC, you can import the video with a program like Photoshop or GIMP. You can also use a service that lets you upload videos to your iCloud account.
If you’re not sure what to do, you might want to consider using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for mobile. The application is a mobile version of the popular desktop photo editing application, and it allows you to export videos from your camera and Lightroom library. If you’re not a Lightroom user, you can also get a free trial of the software. You can give it access to your iOS devices’ Camera Roll by adding it to your device’s permissions list.
Duplicate a video
Duplicate a video on iPhone? A new feature in iOS 9.3 and above is the ability to duplicate a video. If you’re looking to send a clip to a friend or family member on the go, this is the way to do it.
The first step is to launch the Photos app and browse the photo library. Then, it’s time to find the best video in your sights. This could be a favorite shot from a recent concert, a family shot, or a new friend you’ve recently met. After you’ve sifted through the photos in your rolodex, tap the Share icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. The next step is to tap the small but mighty cursor on the same screen. This will enlighten you to a new window with the requisite contents. After you’ve clicked OK, you’re ready to duplicate a video on iPhone.
The first time I did it, I was able to duplicate a video on my iPhone 6 Plus within seconds. However, if you have a newer model, a few minutes will be required to scrounge up the right files. The trick to a successful duplication is to select the best file and copy it to the new folder.
The best thing about duplicating a video on iPhone is the quality of the end product. I’ve had a few videos copied to the point of near-repairability, and the resulting copies are often worth the effort. I’ve also seen the occasional “no duh” scenario in which someone simply pressed a few buttons and the video was resaved. A bonus is that a duplicate video on iPhone keeps the highest quality version, and only the bad gifs are purged.