Crop a Landscape Video to Portrait on an iPhone 6s Plus
Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to fix a video that you shot in the portrait mode when you want to upload it to something that uses a landscape mode standard on the iPhone 6s Plus.
For the purpose of this video, let's shoot a test video.
We're trying to track a moving subject, which in this case is my finger. Let's move that slowly down the video. Then, we can go up a little bit.
Then, let's stop recording. That will be our short 15 seconds clip.
Now, press the home button to go to the home screen.
Open up an app called "Crop on the Fly".
This app will show us our video. Let's tap on it once. We will be able to choose the amount of crop.
We can crop it just a little bit
We can also crop it a lot.
We know that our clip is going to start on the top end so let's set the frame at the top.
With your finger dragging on the side bar you can track the shot down as you the finger on the video moves.
Follow the moves on the video. That may not be perfect but you can do this a few times until you get on the way you it to look like.
Now, tap on the "NEXT". It will show you a preview of what you did.
Tap on "Play". You will see how the shot tracks the finger as it moves.
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Video: Crop a Landscape Video to Portrait on an iPhone 6s Plus
Recent edits by: VisiHow, Djinu