Steps to edit Live Titles in the Clips app for iPhone

Now Clips enables you to add subtitles to your video, directly with your own voice and the magic of transcription. You will not have to manually type the long phrases or sentences anymore.  You now just need to talk and let Live titles do the rest for you.

Please note that Apple is now using online transcription for Clips, so it is necessary to have your device connected to Wifi or cellular data network to use Live Titles.

Steps to add Live Titles to your Clips

Step 1: First off, tap the mode you want to choose: Photo, Video, or Library. You are allowed to add Live Titles to any of them

Step 2: Tap the Live Titles button at the top left

Step 3: Next up, tap on the Style of Live Titles you want to use in the live preview tiles

Step 4: Once you are done, you need to tap the Record Audio button to turn off sound and use the Live Titles only

Step 5: You now need to touch and hold Hold to Record/Add This Clip/Add This Photo.

Step 6: Keep holding the button while speaking clearly

Step 7: Release the button when you’re done.

Steps to change the Live Title’s Style on your Clips

Live Titles are flexible to be changed at your will. Here is how you can do that.

Step 1: First off, you need to tap on the Clip you want to change

Step 2: Then tap on the Live Title button

Step 3: Finally, tap on the Style you want to choose to complete the task

Steps to remove Live Title’s style on your Clips

Step 1: First off, you need to tap on the Clip you want to change

Step 2: Then, tap on the Live Title button

Step 3: Tap on None at the bottom right

if you want these Live Titles to reappear, simply select other style.

Steps to edit live titles on your Clips

Step 1: First off, you need to tap on the Clip you want to edit

Step 2: Next, tap on the Play button at bottom left of the clip line

Step 3: You now need to tap Pause when the titles start

Step 4: Tap on the text of the title to open the editor

Step 5: Then freely edit the text

Step 6: Finally, Tap on Apply to finish.

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