Have you ever wanted to create a timelapse of your iPhone screen recording? It’s a great way to showcase a process or tutorial in a condensed and visually appealing way. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to timelapse a screen recording on your iPhone.
Step 1: Record Your Screen
The first step is to record the screen of your iPhone. To do this, go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls and add Screen Recording to your Control Center. Then, open the Control Center and tap the Screen Recording icon to start recording. Once you’re done, tap the red bar at the top of the screen and select Stop.
Step 2: Open iMovie
Next, open iMovie on your iPhone. If you don’t have it installed, you can download it from the App Store. Once you’re in iMovie, tap the “+” icon to create a new project.
Step 3: Import Your Screen Recording
Tap the “Add Media” button and select “Videos” from the menu. Find your screen recording in the list and tap it to import it into your iMovie project.
Step 4: Adjust the Speed
Now, it’s time to timelapse your screen recording. Tap the screen recording in your project to select it, then tap the speedometer icon in the bottom right corner. Drag the slider to the left to increase the speed of your video. You can preview the timelapse by tapping the play button.
You may also want to trim your video to remove any unnecessary footage before or after the screen recording. To do this, tap the video clip in your timeline and drag the yellow handles to the desired start and end points.
Once you’re happy with your timelapse, tap the “Done” button in the top left corner to save your video.
And there you have it – a timelapse of your iPhone screen recording! You can share your video on social media or use it in your presentations or tutorials.
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