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Apple's much-awaited video editor app is finally out. And if the first impression is anything to go by, it's going to win a lot of hearts. Understanding how excited you are to take this video app for a spin, here I'm with a simple but pretty helpful guide to let you take and edit videos and photos in Clips app on your iPhone.

One thing you need to know that Clips app supports only 64-bit devices like iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro etc. It requires iOS 10.3 or later. Hence, make sure your device is compatible with this all new video app before going ahead with the steps.

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How to Use Clips App on iPhone

How to Use Clips app on iPhone

Take Video in Clips app on iPhone

Step #1. Open Clips app on your device.

Step #2. Check out the camera switch on the bottom right to switch between rear and front camera.

Switch iPhone Camera in Clips App

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There is also a record audio button; if you don't want to record the audio, simply tap on it to mute it.

Mute Audio in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to touch and Hold to Record the video. While recording video, you will be able to pinch on the live view to zoom in or out → Once you have recorded the video, simply leave the video recording button.

Record Video in Clips App on iPhone

Take Photo in Clips on iPhone

The captured photos are very much like a static video in Clips.

Step #1. Open Clips app on your device. Then, tap on the Photo tab.

Tap on Photo Tab in Clips App on iPhone

Step #2. Check out the flash button at the bottom left corner. Tap on it to switch between Auto white, on yellow or turn off.

Flashlight Options in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. There is also a camera switch to let you switch between front and rear camera → Next, tap on the shutter button at the bottom to snap the pic.

Capture Photo in Clips App on iPhone

If you are not quite pleased with the quality of the pic you have just snapped, tap on Retake.

Retake Photo in Clips App on iPhone

Step #4. You can Touch and Hold to Add This Photo to insert a pic as a clip.

Add Photo to Clips App on iPhone

Note: Make sure to hold on it for 1 second to allow it to get inserted.

You have the option to pinch or swipe on the live view to zoom in or out or pan at the time of inserting the photo.

Step #5. In the end, tap on Done button to confirm.

Adding Photo to Clips on iPhone

Start a New Project in Clips on iPhone

Clips app allows you to organize your cool videos into special Projects. This is exactly what you should use to give your multiple videos to spell magic together. You will add more clips to project and edit them as desired.

Step #1. Launch Clips app on your iOS device. Then, tap on the Projects button (a downward arrow) at the top left corner.

Tap on Projects Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on the New Video button.

Tap on New Video in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Next, record the video as usual. Then, tap on Done at the bottom right corner to confirm.

Record New Video in Clips App on iPhone

Note: To add or edit any project, just tap on the Project button, select the one you want to add/edit and go ahead with the usual process.

Insert Existing Photos and Video into Clips on iPhone

By inserting already existing photos and videos into clips, you can bring plenty of fun into the play.

Step #1. Open Clips app and then tap on the Library tab.

Tap on Library Tab in Clips App on iPhone

Step #2. You can now select the photo or video which you want to add to clips. Tap on the Albums button to switch to other albums.

Insert Existing Photos and Video into Clips on iPhone

Step #3. If you don't want to record audio, tap on the record button to mute it.

Mute Audio While Adding Photo to Clips App on iPhone

Step #4. Now, simply touch and Hold to Add This Clip/Photo to insert the video or photo. You get the option to pinch or swipe on the live view to zoom in or out or pan at the time of inserting. Tap on Done at the bottom right corner to confirm.

Add Existing Photo to Clips App on iPhone

Mute or Unmute Audio in Clips

You can easily mute or unmute audio even in the recorded clips.

Step #1. Just tap on the Clip you wish to mute or un-mute.

Step #2. Now, tap on the Sound button.

Mute or Unmute Audio in Clips

Trim or Untrim Clips on iPhone

If you have trimmed videos in Photos app, you won't have any difficult time in trimming/untrimming your clips.

Step #1. Tap on Clip you wish to trim.

Step #2. Next, tap on Edit button (Scissor icon).

Tap on Edit Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to drag the left or right Trim control to remove the unwanted portion of the video. Finally, tap on Apply.

Trim Clip in Clips App on iPhone

Move and Rearrange Clips

After you have snapped or inserted a clip, you will be able to easily change its sequence and order.

Step #1. Open the Clips app.

Step #2. Next, touch and hold on the Clip located at the bottom and drag it to the new position.

Rearrange Clips in iPhone App

Save Clips to Camera Roll on iPhone

Step #1. Simply tap on the clip you want to save.

Tap on Clip you Want to Save on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on the Save button at the top right corner.

Save Clips to iPhone Camera Roll

Access Saved Clips on iPhone

Step #1. Open Photos app on your device.

Step #2. Now, make sure Albums tab is selected.

Step #3. Tap on Clips folder.

Access Saved Clips on iPhone

Step #4. Check out all of your saved clips.

Share your Projects in Clips app on iPhone

Step #1. Open Clips app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on the Projects button.

Tap on Arrow Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, select the project you wish to share → Tap on the share button at the bottom right corner.

Tap on Share Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #4. Now, choose the medium through which you wish to share your project.

Share Clips on iPhone

Add Live Titles to Clips

Needless to give pain to your fingers to type titles or phrases for your videos when you can instantly add them using your speech. Jump over to this guide to add Live Titles to clips.

Add Filters and Effects to Clips

Add some cool filters and effects to adorn the quality of your clips. Head over to this tips to beautifying your pics.

How to Add Soundtracks and Music to Clips

You can make your clips more vivid by adding your favorite soundtracks or music. Moreover, you have got the option to even change or remove tracks at anytime you don't want it. Check out this post to add soundtracks or music to clips.

Delete Clips on iPhone

Step #1. Your existing clips will show up on the bottom. Select the one you want to delete and tap on it.

Tap on Clip you Wish to Delete

Step #2. Tap on the Delete button.

Tap on Delete Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Delete Clip.

Delete Clip from Clips App on iPhone

Delete the Entire Project in Clips on iPhone

Step #1. Open Clips app and then tap on Projects button at the top left corner.

Tap on Projects Button in Clips App on iPhone

Step #2. Now, you need to touch and hold on any of your projects to enter delete mode.

Tap on Project you Want to Delete from Clips App on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on the Delete button. Then, tap on Delete Video.

Delete Project from Clips App on iPhone

The Bottom Line

Clips app is pretty good regarding functionality. It allows you to capture cool videos/photos easily and edit them to your best liking. So, snap as many spectacular pics as you want and share them with your friends via social sites as well as iMessage.

What's your take on Clips? Share your views in the comments.

You would like to check out: Best video editor apps, best video chat apps, and best music editor apps for iPhone.

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