iPhone tips and tricks: Want to know how to make music videos on iPhone 13? Check here

    iPhone tips and tricks: Ever wanted to make your own music videos on the iPhone 13? This feature is already available on your device. Know how to use it easily.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: May 07 2022, 04:04 PM IST
    iPhone tips and tricks: In the age of TikTok and Instagram Reels, make music videos on iPhone 13 without needing any other app. Find out how to make music videos on iPhone 13 here.
    iPhone tips and tricks: In the age of TikTok and Instagram Reels, make music videos on iPhone 13 without needing any other app. Find out how to make music videos on iPhone 13 here. (Pixabay)
    iPhone tips and tricks: In the age of TikTok and Instagram Reels, make music videos on iPhone 13 without needing any other app. Find out how to make music videos on iPhone 13 here.
    iPhone tips and tricks: In the age of TikTok and Instagram Reels, make music videos on iPhone 13 without needing any other app. Find out how to make music videos on iPhone 13 here. (Pixabay)

    iPhone tips and tricks: The Apple iPhone 13 is filled with amazing features that can make your life simpler and more fun. But not all features are easy to find. While some features are displayed as soon as you open that particular app, some features require a little bit of digging and sometimes even a tutorial. One such feature is adding music to your videos. With the current trend of TikTok, Instagram Reels and YouTube Shorts, everyone wants to make videos with music playing in the background. While these social media apps allow you to make such videos, there are platform and length based limitations. But, if you want to surpass those limitations, your iPhone comes with an in-built feature that will let you do so with ease. So, read on to find out how to make music videos on iPhone 13.

    How to add music to your videos on iPhone 13

    This feature is very useful for when you want to add an obscure track to your video that is not available on TikTok or Instagram. This is also helpful when you want to make videos which are longer than 1 minute. Further, by making music videos on the device, you can share it directly with friends or on platforms which do not support short videos as well. Overall, it is a very handy feature is today’s time and especially if you like making and sharing videos, you will enjoy this additional creativity tool presented by your iPhone. However, not all iPhone devices are eligible for this. Check which models have this feature.

    Which iPhone models are eligible for this feature

    This feature can be used by going to the QuickTake video option. But this option is not available in all iPhone models. But if you have iPhone XS, iPhone XR or the newer models, then you will be able to use this feature easily. This means, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 all models support this feature.

    Another caveat you should be aware about is that the sound quality is not going to be profession if you use this method. That is because the audio will be picked from the speakers and as such, the quality might be a little compromised. But even so, it is good enough to make everyday videos and unless you’re making a real music video, you do not need to worry about. So, check out how to make music videos on iPhone.

    iPhone tips and tricks: How to add music to your video on iPhone

    Step 1:

    Open either Apple Music, Spotify or any other music app and keep a song ready to play. 

    Step 2:

    Open the camera app. Make sure to stay in the standard Photo mode. 

    Step 3:

    When you’re ready to record the video, play the music. You can quickly play it using the playback widget in the control center

    Step 4:

    Record the video normally. And done. Now you have successfully recorded a video with music added in it.

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    First Published Date: 07 May, 04:04 PM IST
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