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MOBILE VIDEO EDITING
Tips and tutorials for mobile video editing for anyone
After you have recorded a video on your smartphone there are a few more things you need to do to before you share it with the world. Here are five easy steps for processing your smartphone videos:
Labeling your video files is very important, especially if you are compiling multiple clips into one video. You need to be able to reference which clip is which quickly, so make sure you give your clips labels that tell you what is happening in them.
Even if you only want to use one clip in your video you should label it so that you can find it easily if you ever want to reuse it. If you move your clips onto a computer then be sure to sort them into folders to make them easy to find.
It is a good idea to save all your footage to a second location in case something happens to your phone. Consider sending yourself a copy of your clips, or transferring copies to your computer. The cloud is also a great place to save backups.
Once your footage is organized it is time to edit. There are a lot of video editing apps available for smartphones, so you can edit right from the location where you are filming.
FilmoraGo for Android is an easy-to-use mobile editing app with enough features to make your smartphone videos look professional, even if you are only a beginner. FilmoraGo is free for a limited time and you can download it at Filmora.wondershare.com.
Shorter videos get more views, and the people who click are more likely to watch them all the way through. If there is a wait at the beginning of your video before the action starts, cut it out. If you recorded for a few seconds past where the action stopped then cut that out too. Is there a long pause in the middle of your video? Snip snip.
Try to keep your videos an average of three minutes long if you plan to share them online.
Once you have done all your basic editing it is time to add extra features to make your video fancy. FilmoraGo has a lot of different overlays, filters, and motion graphics to help you add a level of interest to your videos. Adding a music track is also a great idea, and FilmoraGo comes with a library of royalty free songs.
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
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