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MOBILE VIDEO EDITING
Tips and tutorials for mobile video editing for anyone
There are a lot of very simple things you can do to help your smartphone videos stand out, such as remembering to tilt your phone to the side when your record. Read our Top Four Mobile Video Tips to learn the basics.
If you have mastered stabilizing your camera and recording usable audio it might be time to move onto these slightly more advanced tips:
If you usually use your smartphone to document your outside adventures then it is possible you have not run into lighting issues. Natural light is great. However, if you plan on shooting indoors then you should take some time to ensure you have quality lighting.
A room might look well-lit to your eyes, but that is because your eyes adjust to different levels of light in ways your camera cannot. To get great lighting indoors you might need to purchase some lighting equipment.
Or, you could make sure to record near a window.
For more information on lighting equipment read the post ‘Vlogger Tips – Lighting Equipment’ and, for tips on how to set up your lights, read ‘Vlogger Tips – Lighting tips’.
Most of your smartphone videos are probably recorded from eye level with the camera pointing straight ahead of you. To add another level of interest to your videos, try recording your subjects from higher up or lower down. Chances are you already have a selfie stick you can use to capture steady shots from a high angle.
You may also consider moving shots. Using a table top dolly, or a skateboard, you can follow the movement of your subjects. Or you can spin slowly to pan the room. Movement can really help to keep people’s attention.
Downloading editing software was on the list of ‘Top Four Mobile Video Tips’, but editing can go far beyond trimming your clip and adding a title. In FilmoraGo there are filters, overlays, and motion graphics you can add to your video to give it some extra flavor. There is even a library of royalty free music to help you set your video’s tone.
You do not need to make use of all these features to create a great video, but they can certainly help you add a level of polish. Applying effects to your videos is also a great way to flex your creative muscles.
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