The iPhone 8 is Apple’s 2017 new iPhone. The following article is a mixture of a few video things – top 3 tips and tricks for those of you who just bought an iPhone 8.
TIP One: Posting iPhone 8 Slo-Mo videos to Instagram and elsewhere
With iPhone 8, you may be itching to record some slow-motion video. The iPhone 8 camera takes four times that number, capturing 120fps (frames per second); as a result, 1/4th of a second has the same amount of frames that a regular second of video would have. But Apple’s Slo-Mo tool only applies to clips that the Camera or Photos app exports—and the only way you can currently do that is through the Share sheet, which only supports YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo., so sharing your brilliance with the world like Instagram may take a few extra steps.
The trick to upload iPhone 8 slow-mo video to Instagram is: Send an email to yourself to get the saved slo-mo version of your video. That is, open the clip in question, make sure the slow-motion has been adjusted where you want it to be, then tap the Share sheet. Tap Mail, and your video will compress and attach to an email message. Send the email to yourself. When you receive it on the other end, tap the video to download it, then save it to your camera roll by tapping the Share button and Save Video. From there, you can upload the video to any third-party service—Instagram included.
TIP Two: Playing any video or DVD on iPhone 8
We can make it sure that iPhone 8 will be better for video watching than its previous. However. it’s still an Apple iOS devices which means you can only play limited videos (.m4v, .mov, .mp4) on the iPhone 8. The videos formatted in MKV, AVI, VOB, MPG, TiVo, FLV are still a forbidden fruit for iPhone 8. You have to convert them to iPhone 8 supported video formats first.
As an excellent combination of video converter for iPhone 8 & DVD converter for iPhone 8, the third-party app such as iFunia Video Converter for Mac can quickly convert almost any formats videos & DVD movies to iPhone 8 with ease. Besides, the app also performs its excellence in video editing beyond your imagination such as video clipping, video merging, external srt subtitle loading, 2D-to-3D converting, video cropping and effects adjusting. Easy-to-use interface, fast converting speed, loaded useful features are all integrated. To use it, simply drag-n-drop media files to the list and select the iPhone output format, then click “Convert”. That’s it!
TIP Three: Downloading free iMovie to edit video
Apple’s movie editing service, iMovie, is very useful for video lovers. Best of all, it’s free now. The offer is retroactive to Sept. 1. Once a new device is activated, the app can be downloaded for free to other devices on the same account, as long as the device is upgraded to iOS 11.
iMovie will allow you to piece together several different videos you have taken with the Camera app. You can add title sequences, photos and music to your movies as well. It even has the ability to implement transitions between different clips and photos. Once you have finished edition your movie, you can share it online for everyone to see.
The combination of new components and the fundamentally refashioned iOS 11 does make the iPhone 8 feel fresher and make taking, editing, sharing and playing videos on iPhone 8 a better overall experience.