Pixelating a video on iPhone can be necessary for various reasons, such as when you want to blur out sensitive information or simply add a creative effect. Fortunately, the process is straightforward and can be done using the built-in iMovie app. In this guide, we’ll take you through the steps to pixelate a video on iPhone.
Step 1: Download iMovie App
If you don’t have iMovie installed on your iPhone, you can download it from the App Store. The app is free and comes pre-installed on most iPhones. Once you have iMovie installed, open the app and create a new project by tapping the plus sign icon on the top right corner of your screen.
Step 2: Import Video to iMovie
Next, import the video you want to pixelate to iMovie by tapping the import icon located at the bottom of the screen. You can choose to import videos from your camera roll or other sources such as iCloud or Google Drive.
Step 3: Add Pixelation Effect
Once you have imported the video, tap on it to select it, and then tap on the “Effects” icon located at the bottom of your screen. Scroll down to find the “Pixellate” effect and tap on it. The effect will be applied to your video automatically.
Step 4: Adjust Pixelation Settings
If you want to adjust the pixelation settings, tap on the effect applied to your video and adjust the slider until you achieve the desired level of pixelation. You can also choose to pixelate a specific part of the video by using the “Mask” feature and drawing over the area you want to pixelate.
People also ask:
How do I pixelate a video on iPhone without iMovie?
Unfortunately, there is no built-in feature to pixelate a video on iPhone without using iMovie. However, there are third-party apps available on the App Store that can help you achieve this effect.
What is the pixelation effect?
The pixelation effect is a visual effect that creates a blocky, low-resolution image by reducing the number of pixels in an image or video.