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How to edit Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad — Apple Support

How to edit Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad — Apple Support

Want to crop, mute,
or trim your Live Photos? Starting in Photos, tap Edit. And feel free to get creative! You can always discard changes
by tapping Cancel at any point. If you want to use
a different key photo than the one you see
in your library, move the slider
to change the frame. Then tap Make Key Photo. If you’d like to trim the video
portion of your Live Photo, just slide the handles. ♪ Music playing ♪ Similar to video,
all Live Photos automatically capture sound
when you take them. Want to mute yours? Just tap the Volume button in the upper left corner
of your screen. Or you can also turn
your Live Photo into a still, just by tapping the Live icon
at the top of your screen. ♪ If you want to improve
your picture’s exposure, contrast, saturation,
and other qualities, just tap the Enhance button in the upper right corner
of your screen. Tap the Crop button to crop
or straighten your photo. ♪ Then tap the Filters button here
to add a filter to your image, and select from
a variety of options. ♪ Or, if you want to make your own
custom light and color edits, tap the Adjust button
to change things like the exposure, contrast,
and saturation of the image. Any edits you make
are saved in Photos as a non-destructive change, so you can always revert your
image to its original state. To save your edits, tap Done. ♪ Or, if you want to revert
to the original, just tap Edit, then tap Revert in the lower
right corner of the screen and tap Revert to Original. Now try it yourself! For more helpful tips like this, subscribe to
the Apple Support channel or click a video
to keep watching. ♪

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