If you’re eager to show your filmed experiences, GoPro allows you to share your video at the exact moment when you partake in an adventure. Basically, you can now trim your video and share it on whichever social platform. The app is available for Android and iOS mobile devices.
For starters, you have to use the latest software available for your camera, along with the GoPro app. You can get the latest camera software from GoPro’s official website. The app can be downloaded from the app store or Google Play. In order to create a clip, you have to connect your camera to the app.
Afterwards, you have to play the video that contains the moment you want to share. When getting to the part which you want to trim, you have to tap the scissors icon. The default duration is 15 seconds, but other options allow you to change the clip’s duration to 5 or 30 seconds, for instance.
Once selected, it would be advisable to play back the clip to ensure you got the preferred moment. You can slide the frame left or right to accurately capture the moment you wanted. And as the frame moves, both the starting and ending points adjust accordingly.
However, the selected duration remains the same. When you’re done with everything, you have to tap “Next.” You then have to follow the onscreen instructions and then you can easily post it to your preferred social network. The clip can also be saved if you want to share it later.
So it seems that GoPro followed the line of its rivals, such as Instagram or Vine, which enable you to create short videos of your cherished moments. However, GoPro’s rivals also have the option of trimming videos, but it has to be done via your computer. So, basically, if you don’t have enough time or don’t want to waste it, GoPro allows you to trim your video directly from the iOS or Android app.
The best part is that the original footage is not damaged or destroyed in the process.
It could be finally pointed out that if you want to share an almost professionally made, cute teaser with your friends, now it’s possible with GoPro’s app.
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