iOS & Google Photos: Getting Creative With Google Assistant

Start With Google Assistant & Create Custom Video Slideshows

Introduction to Google Assistant

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Google Photos — Father’s Day Video — Default version

My Steps to Create A More Robust Video

Generate Multiple Videos

Download the Videos to your iOS Device

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Google Photos App — Tap Save Created Video
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Google Photos — Video Saved, Turns to View Option
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Google Photo App — Access Download Option
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Google Photos App — Tap Download
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Google Photos App — Video Downloading to Camera Roll

Edit the Videos Using iMovie

1 — Load the Video Clips Into iMovie

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iMovie — Open App
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iMovie — Select Video / All Videos on Camera Roll will appear
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iMovie — Tap to select the video and tap check mark to add to Video compilation
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iMovie — Once all videos are selected, tap “Create Movie”

2 — Detach the Default Audio Included in Each Video Clip

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iMovie — Select the video clip and “Detach Audio” from each video that was imported.
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iMovie — Drag audio clip off of “work zone” and it is deleted.
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iMovie — Repeat Delete audio step for each video clip

3 — Clip and Delete Google’s Default Trailer

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iMovie — Delete the Google Assistant default trailer
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iMovie — Select video, position marker and then Split video
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iMovie — Delete Split clip by selecting and dragging it out of the work zone.

4 — Add Your Own Song to the the Slideshow

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iMovie — Select Audio tab
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iMovie — Pick a song you own! Streamed songs are not available for use.
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iMovie — Tap “USE” to use a song in your slideshow
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iMovie — song is added to your slideshow

Export video to your Device Camera Roll

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iMovie — From the Main Screen, select the Share iCon to Export Your Video
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iMovie — Select “Save Video”
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iMovie — Select Your Compression and the Video will Export to your Camera Roll

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