You will be really glad to know that iphone latest updates is going to make your iPhone a mini video-editing studio. Google has added in-app editing tools to its YouTube iOS app that will allow you to streamlined a video’s start and end points, add filters to twist the look of that video, and you can add music to the background for a more Visual feel.
To upload a video, you simply have to tap the account button on the right side of the home screen. After that click the upload button — the red circle with the up-arrow.
After selecting your required video, you are dumped into the first of the three editing tools. You can trim the beginning and ending of your video to select new start and end points, but you cannot, edit out a part in the middle of a video and graft together two separate clips.
After trimming your video, click on the middle button of the three at the bottom of the screen. Here, you can select one of six filters.
Finally, click on the music icon in the lower-right corner to add background music to your video. choose the Add Music button and you can select from preselected and cleared songs from the Featured or Genre & Mood tabs. Just as soon, you can click On Device and select a track stored locally on your iPhone, but be warned: the app may tell you the song you picked is copy-protected and can’t be used.
When your video is set, use the arrow button in the upper-right corner to head to the Upload screen. Here you can easily add a title and description and set privacy controls before hitting the paper-airplane button to send your video into the wilds of YouTube.