How do you access the audio controls in the imovie app on an iphone?
How to Save Just Audio from iMovie on iPhone
One of the many amazing features of iMovie, Apple’s movie editing software, is the ability to create and edit audio files. Whether you’re using iMovie to create a podcast, an audiobook, or a music track, the flexibility of the software is unmatched. But, what if you only want to save the audio portion? Here’s how:
Step 1: Open iMovie on your iPhone
If you haven’t already, download and install iMovie from the App Store. Once you’ve opened the app, navigate to the project containing the audio you want to save.
Step 2: Duplicate the project
Before you can extract the audio, you’ll need to duplicate the project. This ensures that you won’t mess up the original project by changing anything. To do this, tap and hold the project thumbnail until the context menu appears. Then tap “Duplicate Project.”
Step 3: Mute the video track
Once you’ve duplicated the project, mute the video track. To do this, simply tap on the video track, and then tap the mute icon on the toolbar that appears.
Step 4: Export the audio file
Now that you have a project with just the audio, it’s time to export the audio file. To do this, tap the “Share” icon in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Then select “File” as the export option. Choose your preferred settings, and then tap “Export.”
Step 5: Save the audio file
The final step is to save the audio file to your iPhone. To do this, select the location where you want to save the file (e.g., iCloud Drive, Dropbox, etc.). Then, select “Save” or “Export” depending on where you’ve chosen to save the file. The audio file will be saved in the location you selected.
That’s it! You now have just the audio from your iMovie project saved as a standalone file on your iPhone. This process can be applied to any iMovie project, and it’s a great way to extract audio tracks from your videos or podcasts.
These days, with the advancements in mobile technology, editing video has become easier than ever. It’s no surprise that Apple users often turn to the iMovie app on iPhone to shoot, edit and create amazing videos. While you can create amazing videos with iMovie, sometimes you might only want the audio from the video. We’re here to show you how you can save the audio from a video you have in iMovie on iPhone so you can use it for other projects.
The first step for saving just the audio from a video in iMovie is to launch the app and open your video project. Once your project is open, look for the audio icon at the bottom of your timeline. Tap the Audio icon to take a closer look and you’ll see the original audio track for the video. Tap and hold on the original audio track and you’ll see a small blue box appear in the middle of the screen. Drag this small blue box to the “Cut from timeline” option located at the bottom of the screen. Once you’ve done this, you’ll see a prompt asking “Do you want to save this audio file?” Tap “OK” to save the audio as an individual file.
You can also save multiple audio tracks from the same video in iMovie on iPhone and combine them together. To do this, look for the “background music” option at the bottom of the timeline. Tap “background music” and then tap the “+” icon to add the additional tracks you want to combine. Once you’ve selected all of the audio tracks you’d like to combine, tap the “Combine” button at the bottom of the screen. This will combine all of the audio tracks into a single audio file and open the audio editor. From here, you can make any further edits you’d like to the audio before saving it as an individual file.
Saving just the audio from a video in iMovie on iPhone is a simple process that can help you make the most of your video projects. With just a few basic steps, you can save the audio you need and use it in other projects. So, the next time you need an audio file, you can save it directly from iMovie!