When you want to edit videos for mobile phones – there are quite a few areas you need to take into account. In particular however, you should be aware that the screen size of mobile phones will mean that some of the smaller elements in your videos may not be that apparent. Also, mobile phones tend to have limited storage space – so file size is another issue.
Before you can start editing videos for a mobile phone however, you’ll need the right software. On that front you should give Movavi Video Editor a try as it has all the features you’ll need in a movie editor and will make it easy to edit your videos according to your needs.
Between the features in Movavi Video Editor, you will find tools that cover a wide range of functions – such as:
- Cutting videos into segments to remove unwanted parts or extract certain segments to save as individual video clips or use in other videos.
- Combining video segments and clips in a specific sequence to create a final video.
- Adding text and tweaking its appearance to create unique captions, watermarks, or subtitles.
- Enhancing the quality of your videos either automatically or manually, and fixing common issues such as blurry, interlaced or shaky video segments.
- Applying various types of special effects and filters to alter the visual style of the video.
- Including additional audio tracks for background music or voiceovers and regulating the sound levels.
- Cropping and rotating the video or transforming its frame in other ways.
- Saving videos in various formats or automatically optimizing them for specific devices with the presets that are available.
Based on these features alone you should already have a couple ideas of how you could tweak your videos using Movavi Video Editor. Keep in mind that the main idea is to make sure that they look good on the smaller screen of mobile phones, while also keeping the file size to a minimum.
While the former will be mostly done on a case-by-case basis, the Movavi Video Editor comes with a couple of interesting ways you could minimize the file size. Optimizing the video for mobile devices with the presets included is one of them, but so too is perhaps extracting the parts of the video that you find important and saving them as shorter clips instead. Give it a try for yourself – and see what you can do to make your videos better suited to your mobile phone.