5 steps to edit movies on your Android tablet

Android tablet

On tablets running android which is standard for several years to find the Android app from Google Movie Studio? We show you how to mount snap movies with this application.

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1. Android Movie Studio

Android Movie Studio looks depending on the version of Android sometimes just a little bit different. In the app, tap Create a new project. Then you give a name to the project. You will now end up in the mounting portion.

Right of the screen you add your videos to the app over to Add and then import video clip. Then, a window appears in which you specify which app you want to retrieve the films. Which apps you see depends on what’s on your tablet installed state. Examples are Google Drive, Dropbox or a file manager like ES File Explorer. Also, Gallery, the default preview app, stands between them and that we use in this article. So tap Gallery, and then all folders containing videos are displayed. Tap a folder, and then on the desired movie. These then appear in Android Movie Studio.

To use Repeat these steps for each movie you. After you click Add pressed, you can except movies indeed add photos to the assembly, or create a new movie or picture with the built-in camera.

2 .Transfer Films

Movies that are not on your tablet, add very easily to an Android tablet. You connect the tablet simply via a USB cable to the computer and then copy the files directly to the memory of the tablet. Another way is to put the films into the card reader on your computer to a microSD card.

When the memory card is usually supplied an adapter that transforms him into a regular SD card. After copying from the computer, plug your microSD card (no adapter) into your tablet. Most Android tablets have microSD slot on board.

3. Timeline

All downloaded videos on Android Movie Studio are under the app on the timeline. By swiping a finger across the timeline, you can go through the whole film editing. The vertical line indicates the current playback position. Add additional material cans indeed still doing here, by tapping the plus sign at the beginning or end of the timeline.

The circle on the left screen will zoom in or out on the timeline. With the right circle jump from track to track, back to the beginning, or you can start playing. Both circles are truncated at the screen edge. That’s not your tablet; this is some weird design of the app. So you do not miss any buttons.

4. Effects

Tap a clip in the timeline; you can be right on Title to add a title. Through Effect add you possibly have a color effect to the fragment. Also imagine through effect the transition effect between two successive fragments so that they flow into each other via a special effect.

This indicates a transition from clip to how passing the current track in the following snippet, while Transition to clip determines how the previous track abounds in this fragment. A faster way to add a transfer is by tapping the small icon at the beginning or end of the clip. You also see a triangle on the front and back of the selected movie. Through this shift with a finger, soon you fragment.

5. Export Movie

Would you also remove the transition between two clips, you tap it with your finger, and then choose the trash right of the screen. To adjust the order of clips in the assembly, hold your finger for a while on a clip and drag him next to the new position in the timeline.

Are you ready to assemble? Tap right on the menu icon (three squares above the other) and select Export Movie. Please note that no video is selected in the timeline, otherwise, you will see a very different menu. Tap else first near one of the two circles to deselect. Choose a movie size (resolution), set the picture quality (low, normal, or high), and then tap Export. The generated movie can then be found via an app gallery.

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