How to Edit Videos On Mac
Step 1. In an application folder, open iMovie, which is a Mac video editing app
Step 2. Click on Projects and then choose the Create New option
Step 3. Select the screen dimension or aspect ratio of your video
Step 4. In the dropdown movie, you’ll find two different options to edit videos on Mac; choose Movies
Step 5. A screen will open where you can import your media files by clicking on the downwards arrow option in the middle
Step 6. Once done, click on the imported media, drag and drop it to the editing area
Step 7. In case you wish to trip your video, select the timer, right-click on the selected video part, and choose Split Clip option
Step 8. Now, select the remaining part that you wish to remove, right-click there and choose Delete option
Step 9. To add transition, click on the Transition tab available in the library and select one.
Step 10. Drag that transition and drop it between the initial two clips.
Step 11. If you wish to edit the transition length, double-click on the timeline and type the new value.
Step 12. To tune where the clip should end and a new one should start, control-click on the transition and select Show Precision Editor.
Step 13. Now, you can drag all the clips on the bottom and top right or left to alter the ending and beginning; repeat the same for every clip.
Step 14. To add titles, go to Library, click on the Titles tab and drag one of the thumbnails to the beginning or ending of the movie.
Step 15. Type the text in the box and adjust type size and font
Step 16. Once you’re done with complete editing, you can then export the video and save it on different places. To do so, click on arrow at the top right corner of the screen, a dropdown will appear and choose Save on Device
Step 17. Rename your file and choose the location of the file