Trim a video on Android in several steps

Let’s learn how to trim a video on an Android phone, as every operating system and each device have their own peculiarities and different interfaces.

  1. Upload your file

    Open Online Video Trimmer by Clideo in any browser. Select one of the recordings from your camera roll by hitting a central blue pane. The editor works not only with Android but also with all the other OS.

    Upload a video you want to trim on Android

    By calling a drop-down menu you may also export a file from Google Drive or Dropbox or paste a direct URL to an online source – for example, YouTube or any other social media.

    The tool works for free with all the files up to 500 MB. There is no quantity limit!

  2. Trim the video on Android

    There are two ways to cut the recording: set an exact start/end time in the boxes on the right side or use the sliders below the initial video.

    Choose the needed interval first. If you tick “Extract Selected”, it will be your actual clip for further editing. Don’t forget to tick “Fade in” and “Fade out” boxes for the better visuals.

    Trim a video on Android online

    By hitting “Delete Selected” you’ll cut out a part of the video, it will be excluded from the film, and the rest will be merged. Tick a “Crossfade” box to make it look natural. This option comes handy if you want to keep the recording as it is and only delete a moment from the middle.

    Cut out a part of a video on Android

    Select the output format or keep the initial one. If you decide to change it, you’ll have a list of all the modern video extensions, including MP4, MOV, FLV, 3GP, AVI, etc.

    Change format of a trimmed video on Android

    Click the “Cut” button and wait several seconds.

  3. Save the result back to Android

    Download the trimmed video to Android device

    When the recording is processed, have a brief review and save it to your Android smartphone or any other device. Alternatively, you may upload it to the cloud. If the result is still far from ideal, click “Back to edit” and keep enhancing your clip as long as you need.