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Using iMovie on iPhone to Introduce Andy Fenstermaker

I was filling out an application today, and one of the preferred requirements was to send along a two-minute introduction video.

Sitting at home with unkempt hair and an overall disheveled appearance, I opted to film, edit, and send it along later.

Well, later is now.

I just returned home from a 20 mile bike ride. While exploring the trails near my home, I whipped out my phone, let go of my handlebars, and shot this:

My First Time Using iMovie on My Phone

Alright, so I’ve used iMovie for a few years now. It’s always been via my MacBook Air.

Presented with the challenge of transferring 400MB of video from my iPhone to my MacBook using cords that don’t really work that well, I decided heck with it!

I’m just going to use my phone.

Editing footage in iMovie on the phone is JUST AS EASY as doing it on a laptop or PC, if not easier.

I was able to merge the two files, easily split footage, cut the length from four minutes to the preferred two, AND publish the content to YouTube all in about ten minutes.

Due to its sheer simplicity, I’ll be creating more content on video in no time!

By Fense

Andy Fenstermaker (aka Fense, aka Fireball) is a Marketing Manager and content creator in Plano, TX. He is an avid blogger, independent music lover, and social media enthusiast. He owns and operates the FensePost music blog. Outside of the digital world, you can find him listening to records, logging miles on his Trek bicycle, or zipping around town on his Royal Enfield Continental GT.

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