What do you need about iPhone 11
– A video that is worth sharing
The screen of the iPhone 11 is not what I would call the ideal for excellent video editing. However, in a moment, you can make basic editions in the movies of your iPhone and share your work by email, MMS or YouTube. All you need is a little patience and some practice to select the iPhone videos that are worth editing and editing.
1) Record some videos with your iPhone Click edit above to add content to this empty capsule.
As you know that to shoot a movie on your iPhone 3GS, simply start the camera application, touch the mini slider below the still and video icons on the lower right to change from still image to video, then touch the red button to start recording an iPhone movie and again to stop recording.
As the iPhone’s microphone is not very powerful, I would not trust it too much to capture the ambient sound. Just focus on the visual action.
To get the best video results, try filming in a room or in an outdoor environment with lots of natural sunlight. The light source should be behind you, not in front of you, in other words, directed at your subject without projecting them in a shadow.
2) Cut and trim the film from your iPhone Click Edit to add content to this empty capsule.
To trim an existing iPhone video by deleting frames from the beginning or end (those are the only two options that Apple decided you only need), select the iPhone video clip on your Camera Roll and touch play. To open the edit controls, touch anywhere on the screen. You will see a visual timeline of the frames that make up the clip. If you recorded your video in landscape mode, which is recommended if you plan to upload your iPhone video to YouTube or edit it later on your PC, hold your iPhone horizontally while editing so you can see more frames in the timeline at the top of the screen.
While watching the video on your iPhone, a progress bar shows where you are on the timeline. This is useful as a way to determine where you can trim the movies by indicating and stopping the point at a certain point, but it is far from accurate.
With the timeline visible on the screen and the video playback of your iPhone, touch and hold one end of the timeline so that the entire timeline has a yellow border around it. Without letting go, slide the end you chose to the right or to the left to lengthen or shorten the timeline, thereby controlling the length of your iPhone movie clip. To see your selection, touch play. If at any time you want to lengthen or shorten the movie while watching it, you can do so. While watching the video of the iPhone you are creating. Touch the screen to reappear.
After some tests and errors, you will have an iPhone Video segment with which you will be happy. To save it, simply touch trim to show the option Trim original movie from iPhone or Save movie as new clip. To dump unwanted frames from the original unformatted video, choose Original trim. Otherwise, choose the second option. This saves the cropped movie of the iPhone as a new video in its Camera Roll.
3) Share the movies on your iPhone Click Edit to add content to this empty capsule.
Once you have finished cutting the movie clip of your iPhone, you can share it with World via email, MMS (text messages) or by publishing your iPhone movie directly on YouTube (as long as you have a free YouTube account).
In your Camera Roll, select your new iPhone video clip and touch the Share icon in the lower left corner of the screen. Then choose your preferred delivery method. If you choose by email, keep in mind that the movie on your iPhone should be short: less than 30 seconds.
If you want to publish your iPhone movie on YouTube, you can do it too. Once you have uploaded the video from your iPhone, you can inform your family and friends that you are there via an email link to your iPhone movie clip.