Tip #23: Editing Videos

Let's make a movie.

We love to use the In-Shot app to edit video clips on the fly and using just our phones. Plus, you can download and use most features for FREE.

Quick Tip: Stay clear of fancy transitions to keep your video from getting too cheesy and to maintain a more cinematic look.

Here’s a quick 5 minute tutorial on how to edit your videos in In-Shot:

Quick-Steps to Editing in In-Shot

  • Download In-Shot App (free on iOS & Android)

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  • Start a new video project & import clips

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  • Trim video clips 

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  • Adjust and rearrange video clips 

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  • Apply Filter(s) and Save!  

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