What is trimming in a video?
Video trimming is when you shorten or splice up different recordings to make an entire video. Many screen recording tools require you to do your full recording before you can edit the video. With Tella, you can record several clips and trim them afterwards, so your final videos are just the way you want.
How to use video trimming in Tella’s screen recorder
Step 1: Record
From the Tella recorder, pick the screen you want to capture. You can share your entire screen, just one tab and your webcam. Record as many clips as you need. You can pause the recording at any time and pick up where you left off in another one.
Step 2: Edit
Once you have all your clips recorded, use Tella’s editor to trim, rearrange, or re-record clips. You can splice up the video however you want. Additionally, change the background and the layout of how your screen and webcam are positioned in the recording.
Step 3: Share or Download
When your recording is finished and you’re ready to share, click “Finish.” You’ll go to the page where you can decide how to share it. You can download it, share it with a link, embed it on your website, and more.
How do I trim a video clip?
To trim a video clip, you need to shorten the beginning or end of a recording. In the Tella app, you can record your video for free with as many recordings as you need and trim them as necessary. It’s easy to do in our intuitive editor.
What is the difference between cutting and trimming a video?
Cutting a video is often used synonymously with trimming, but they are distinct from one another. You only trim the beginning or end of a recording. You can cut up a recording to include different clips in between, remove mistakes, or more. Cutting includes the whole recording, not just the beginning or end.
Can we trim video online?
Yes. In the Tella screen recorder, you can record your screen and webcam and then use our easy-to-use editor to trim your video online.