We’ve already covered the iPad mini’s performance and the S6SE’s improved cameras.
Now we’ve got the iPhone SE as well.
This time around we’re going to show you how to use the iPhone S6 for video editing.
The iPhone SE’s main advantage is its built-in 5MP camera, which allows for smooth video editing without losing detail.
However, that means that you’ll have to sacrifice some image quality for the better.
The iPhone SE can also be used for video recording, but we’ll focus here on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
To start, you’ll need an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus with iOS 8.1 or higher.
Then you’ll want to install a new video editor app on your iPhone.
We recommend Premiere Pro, because it has the best overall quality and editing experience, especially with HDR, video stabilization and advanced features.
To begin with, you can’t really edit video on the Apple TV, but you can use its built in video editing app to do that.
Once you’ve installed the video editor, you’re ready to start editing.
We’ve previously covered the iPhone 7, which is now a regular iPhone 6.
If you want to see how to edit video in this new Apple TV version, check out this guide from Steve Hartmann.
Apple TV video editing is easy to use, especially if you have a high-quality camera.
To start, tap the Home button at the top of the screen.
You’ll see a list of your video options.
Tap the one that says “Edit video.”
From here you can add new elements to your video, edit the video to create a high definition photo, or even make it a 3D video.
Once you’ve added an element, you want it to be positioned on the right side of the video.
Tap the arrow next to it and it will change to the next option.
Tap it to make it larger, tap it again to make the element smaller.
Then drag it down.
You can also adjust the position of elements as well as adjust the size of elements, such as adding background blur.
To adjust the height of an element with the camera, you need to move the right mouse button with the arrow that shows up next to the element.
To edit video, you tap the camera icon.
To add an element to the video, tap on it and then tap the arrow to bring up the Edit menu.
You will need to make sure the video is playing.
The arrow shows you the available options, as well the size and position of the element, so you can choose the best one.
To make sure that the video doesn’t freeze, hold the Home Button while the video plays.
If the video stops playing, the camera will also stop playing.
Once the video has finished playing, you should see an image with a black border.
You should now be able to adjust the background blur to match your video.
You can add audio, but video editing usually doesn’t have a ton of audio options.
You need to tap on the audio icon in the top right of the iPhone’s screen to open up the audio editing menu.
Tap on the first option and then on the second option.
You’re going a bit further than that.
You want to adjust volume.
Tap again and then again until the audio stops playing.
If you want the audio to stop at any time, you must hold the down Home button.
You don’t have to mute the audio while it plays.
You’ll notice that we’re adding a bit of a blur to the camera.
You may notice the video looks a bit blurry at times, but it won’t look as good as it would if you didn’t do anything to increase the blur.
The first option in the audio settings looks like this:Now you can adjust the amount of blur that will be applied to the audio.
This is how it looks on the left side of your iPhone screen.
The video settings look like this in the iPhone TV version:You can also make the video look better by adjusting the audio’s color.
This can be done by adjusting a slider near the bottom of the Audio Settings menu.
It’s a bit more complex, but I think it’s a pretty good option.