Easy Steps to Add Slow Motion to Video on iPhone

As a content creator, adding slow motion to your iPhone videos can add a new dimension to your content. It can make mundane videos more interesting and can emphasize a particular moment. However, some people might be intimidated by the idea of adding slow motion to their videos. Fear not, as we have put together a step-by-step guide on how to add slow motion to your videos on iPhone.

But first, let’s address the elephant in the room: What is slow motion? Slow motion allows you to capture a moment in a sequence at a slower speed than usual. This effect is achieved by recording the video at a higher frame rate than the standard video and then playing it back at a regular speed.

Without further ado, let’s get started on how to add slow motion to your videos on iPhone.

1. Launch the Camera App
The first step is to launch the camera app on your iPhone. This app comes pre-installed on every iPhone, so you don’t need to download or install anything.

2. Choose the Video Mode
Once you have opened the camera app, swipe right until you are in the video mode. The video mode is represented by a red record button.

3. Find the Slow Motion Option
On the right-hand side of the screen, you’ll see an option to switch to slow motion. This option is represented by a tortoise icon. Tap on the tortoise icon to activate slow motion.

4. Record Your Video
You’re now ready to start recording your video. Press the red record button to start recording. Remember to keep your hand steady while recording, so the footage appears smooth.

5. Edit Your Video
Once you’ve finished recording your video, tap the thumbnail in the lower-left corner of the screen. This will take you to the Photos app, where you’ll find the video you just recorded.

6. Select the Slow Motion Section
Next, you’ll need to select the section of the video you want to slow down. Tap on the “Edit” option in the upper right corner of your screen. You will see a timeline of the video at the bottom of the screen. On this timeline, you will see your video broken down into individual frames.

Slide the timeline to the right until you reach the point where you want the slow motion to start. Then, tap on the “slow motion” option at the bottom of your screen.

A yellow bar will appear over the timeline. Drag the endpoint of this yellow bar to where you want the slow motion to stop. If you want to adjust the speed of the slow-motion portion of your video later on, you can also use the slider to adjust this.

7. Save Your Video
Tap on “Done” once you’re happy with your slow-motion video. You’ll have the option to save a copy or overwrite the original clip. If you overwrite the original clip, you’ll lose the original footage.

8. Share your Slow Motion Video
Once you have saved your slow-motion video, it’s time to share it with the world! You can share your slow-motion video directly from the Photos app. Tap on the share button, and select the platform you want to share it on.

Wrapping Up
There you have it, a step-by-step guide on how to add slow motion to your iPhone videos. Now you should be able to take your content creation to the next level and capture some amazing footage. Remember to keep your hand steady while recording and don’t forget to experiment with different settings and effects. Happy recording!

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