Here is how to add overlays and emojis to videos in Clips app for iPhone or iPad

20Last month, Apple introduced Clips, a new app that allows you to add filters, emoji characters, and music. Clips serves as the best tool to spice up videos on iPhone and iPad for those who don’t have much time or skill set to mess up with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X or iMovie.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to add overlays and emojis to videos in Clips app for iPhone or iPad.

Steps to add overlays and emoji characters to videos in Clips app for iPhone or iPad

  1. Steps to add live overlays to videos and photos in Clips app for iPhone or iPad

Step one: First off, you need to launch Clips app on your iPhone or iPad. After that, you need to tap on the overlays button located at the top of the app to proceed

Step two: Next up, you will be presented with several types of overlays. All you need to do is to select your preferred overlay

Step three: Once you are done, you need to tap on Photo/Video and then hold to record video.

  1. Steps to add emojis to photos and videos in Clips app for iPhone or iPad

Step one: Launch Clips app from your home screen and then hit the overlay button at the top of the app

Step two: Next up, you now need to swipe right to left and pick an emoji you want to add to your photo or video

Step three: Take photo/video as you usually do to complete the task

  1. Steps to add overlays or emojis to your existing Clips

Step one: First off, you need to launch Clips on your iOS device and then select the clip you want to add overlays or emoji characters to

Step two: Then, you now need to select the overlay you want to add to your clip. If you want to add emoji, you simply need to swipe left and select your emoji

  1. Steps to delete overlays or emojis from Clips

Step one: Open Clips on your iPhone or iPad and then select the clip you that contains overlays or emojis

Step two: Next up, tap on the overlay or emoji you want to remove from the clip

Step three: Hit the X button to delete it.

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