Cutting videos directly on your phone makes it easy to share clips on social media. Free editors like Google Photos, Filmora Go and Adobe Premiere Clip promise to perform the task in a simple way on Android phones and iPhone (iOS). With an intuitive navigation system, the tools can even be used by users with no experience with video editing. The idea is to optimize the process and deliver a result with an efficient finish.
For those interested in finding smartphone video cutting services, the TechTudo selected five application options that perform the function easily. All services listed are free to use and available on Google and Apple operating systems. Check out the tips and streamline the editing of your personal or professional clips.
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Google Photos is one of the simplest and most straightforward options for cutting video on your phone. Already factory installed on Android devices and with the iPhone version available, the Google app displays an objective editing menu as soon as the clip is opened. Upon entering the edit line, the user can drag the right and left edges to the center and select the part of the footage that interests them. Then, just click "Save" and the cut video will be stored on the device.
Google Photos brings simple tool to cut video on Android and iPhone Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire
VideoShow is a complete editor for iPhone and Android, with tools capable of creating videos with photos and other advanced features. To cut a video, the user can access the "Trim" shortcut on the home screen, choose the "Cut" option and select the desired file. The editing mechanics are the same as most apps of the genre, with the need to adjust the edges to define the part of the recording that will be maintained.
Video editor for iPhone and Android, VideoShow can cut clips in a few steps Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire
FilmoraGo is another alternative with an intuitive interface. Without the need for registration, the application displays a large "+" button as soon as it is open. After touching it, the user only needs to choose the video, define the interval to be extracted, press "Add" and, finally, press "Next". With the result ready, it is possible to add music, apply effects and perform other operations before sharing the video on social networks, such as Instagram and Facebook.
Available for Android and iPhone, FilmoraGo brings an intuitive interface to cut videos and apply effects Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire
Adobe Premiere Clip is a free app, but requires registration like all Adobe mobile software. Once logged in, the user only needs to choose the video, which can be captured instantly or loaded from storage. Then, simply access the "Freeform" option to make the cut manually. When the result is ready, tap the share button and select whether to save the clip clipped to your phone, upload to Creative Cloud, publish to the Adobe community, upload to Premiere Pro CC or share on YouTube or Twitter.
Adobe's Premiere Clip is free for Android and iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Raquel Freire
Quik is a video editor from GoPro, but is not restricted to the owners of the steel camera. This free service can also be used by anyone to create special clips on Android, iPhone and PC. On the cell phone, the "Crop" tool is accessible by accessing the settings button and then selecting the editing pen.
Quik, GoPro's app for video editing, has versions for iOS and Android Photo: Reproduo / Raquel Freire
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