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MOBILE VIDEO EDITING
Tips and tutorials for mobile video editing for anyone
Videos always get better with editing. Editing is when you add all the filters, music, titles, and other features that make your videos really special. Even when you capture a perfect shot that does not need anything extra to make it better it is still worth editing a little bit, if only to cut down the footage before that perfect shot. People click away from videos where it takes too long for something exciting to happen, and sometimes viewers avoid longer videos altogether. A quick edit for length is almost always a good idea.
When you have just recorded a cool video on your phone you probably do not want to have to transfer it to a desktop computer to edit. Depending on where you are it could take too long to get to your computer and smartphone videos are the most fun to post when they are still fresh. This article will talk about some of the best apps for editing on your mobile device, so you can touch up and post your videos quickly.
FilmoraGo was designed to be intuitive for mobile users and makes it convenient to make really quick edits to your video clips. Video creation in FilmoraGo can be as fast as loading your clips into your project, dragging them into the order you want, and applying one of the ‘One Touch Themes’. One Touch Themes are packages of features like filters and titles which have been bundled for quick application. If you want to spend a little bit more time you can also select features individually and include things like transitions and music. Once you have edited your smartphone video to perfection you can post it directly to your social media accounts from FilmoraGo. FilmoraGo is available for free for both Android and iOS. You can download it at < a href="https://filmora.wondershare.com/">Filmora.wondershare.com.
KineMaster is an editing app for Android that offers you a lot of control over your smartphone videos. It even has advanced features like picture-in-picture and split-screen. In versions 3.0 and up you can crop out sections of your footage and work with multiple layers. You can make adjustments to your audio in KineMaster as well, which is really useful because most smartphone are not nearly as good at recording audio as they are at video. You can add in features like filters and transitions when using KineMaster and are able to skip through your video frame-by-frame. This app is free with in-app purchases.
VidTrim is a great app for making small, simple, changes to your clips. Trimming and merging your clips is easy using VidTrim, and it can convert your videos to MP3 audio files. There is a free, ad supported, version of this app and a paid version. The paid version costs $1.99 and has a lot more features than the free version, such as filters and sharpening. You can add music to clips in the paid version of this app, but not in the free version.
iMovie has a mobile version you can download for your iPhone or iPad which costs $4.99. This app works very similarly to its desktop version, so it is a great choice for anybody who is already familiar with iMovie for Mac. You can even connect to a keyboard to make the experience even more like editing on your desktop computer. One really convenient feature of iMovie is the ability to mark your favorite moments so you can find them again quickly. You can also do a lot of fun things with iMovie, like make Hollywood-style movie trailers using templates provided by the app. There is a selection of music and sound effects you can play with too. iMovie has 4K video support so long as you are using an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPad Air 2 or iPad Pro.
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