How to Trim and Edit Videos in iPhone
After capturing 4K time-lapse videos on our iPhone, we can edit it before sharing the 4K videos to our friends. How can we edit 4K videos on our iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus? Let’s cut to the chase.
Part 1. Steps to Trim Videos in iPhone
After capturing the 4K videos on your iPhone, we can trim the videos to remove some useless video clip.
Step 1. Tap on the video you just captured from the bottom-left corner of your Camera app.
Step 2. Tap “Edit” at the bottom
Step 3. Tap on the left edge of the video scrubber at the bottom and you will see the yellow select box interface as the second screen below.
Step 4. Stop at where you want to start and end to make sure that the video clips you want are included.
Step 5. Tap on either “Trim Original” or “Save as New Clip” to save the video clip. If you are afraid that you are not satisfied with what you’ve trimmed, you can choose “Save as New Clip” so that the original video won’t be modified.
Note: If the video is short enough, for example, 3 to 15 seconds in length, we can also input it on Instagram and add different filters for it.
Part 2. Steps to Edit Videos in iPhone
Now, we’ve have trimmed and get the video clips that we want, we can edit it to make it more perfect. To edit the 4K videos about the turtle laying eggs on the sea shore we’ve captured before, we just need iMovie. With it, we can add theme and captions to our 4K videos. Besides, adding audio into the video as background music is also supported. We can try our best to polish the 4K video and make it looks like the professional documentaries. After editing, we can output it and save it back to Photo Library.
That’s it. For more tips on using iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s 4K videos capturing, we can check the guides on how to turn on and record high-res 4K videos on iPhone 6s Plus/6s.