It’s nice to record videos on iPhone or iPad. With the cameras on the latest iOS devices becoming a lot superior, I enjoy capturing best moments. I’m sure; you must be loving it as well.

Do you know that you can trim your videos with the built-in editor? Once you have recorded a cool video, you can remove some of the unwanted portions or any camera droop. Moreover, you have the option to save the videos as new clips. Looking to trim one of your favorite videos to your heart’s liking? Let’s jump across!

How to Trim Videos in iOS 10 Photos App on iPhone or iPad

How to Trim Videos in iOS 10 Photos App on iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Launch the Photos app on your iOS device.

Launch the Photos app on your iOS device

Step #2. Next, you need to tap on the video you want to edit.

tap on the video you want to edit

Step #3. Now, you have to tap on the hamburger menu which is located at the bottom of the screen.

Now, you have to tap on the hamburger menu

Step #4. Next, you will have to tap and hold on the left or right side of the timeline to get started with the trimming tool.

Tap and hold on the left or right side of the timeline to get started with the trimming tool

Step #5. Now, you have to drag the anchor left or right in order to trim the video as desired.

Now, you have to drag the anchor left or right in order to trim the video as desired

Step #6. You can tap and hold on an anchor in order to expand the timeline for better editing.

You can tap and hold on an anchor in order to expand the timeline for better editing

Step #7. Once you are satisfied, tap on Done at the bottom right of the screen.

Once you are satisfied, tap on Done

Step #8. Finally, you have to tap on Save as New Clip or Trim Original to replace the original clip.

Finally, you have to tap on Save as New Clip

That’s all there is to it! You can repeat these steps to trim more videos and bring your creativity to the fore.

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