Trimming videos in Moovly
How to trim videos in Moovly
When you have added a video object to your Personal Library, you can choose to trim your video object to cut out certain parts that are not necessary for your project.
Follow these easy steps to trim your videos in the Editor:
Step 1: Select the video object in your library and find the ✂️ symbol on the right side panel right above the Preview.
Step 2: Drag the left or right edge of the video object's duration to adjust your video length. You can also use the timestamps below to make any changes.
You can make use of trim blocks to trim multiple parts in your video to save it as one video.
Step 3: Click Save and insert or choose Save to library.
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