In iOS 9, Apple added a worthwhile feature to the Camera app of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that allows users to record slow motion videos at 240 FPS, double speed what it was before. However, the slow motion videos are not friendly when it comes to storage space, as they take up a considerable amount of storage, so removing some of your slow-motion videos may be a good idea to free up some space.
There is a simple way you can use to get more space on your iPhone or iPad without even removing any of your slow-motion videos. In this guide, we will show you how to convert your slow-motion videos to normal videos on iPhone and iPad to free up some space on your device. Note that converting your slow-motion videos will reduce the size of the video.
Steps to convert slow-motion videos to normal videos on your iPhone and iPad
Step one: First and foremost, you are supposed to launch the Photos app from your home screen. Once you are in, locate the slow-motion video you wish to convert to normal speed
Step two: When you are done, tap on the “Edit” button. After that, you simply need to drag the two sliders in the slow-motion timeline below to shrink the slow-motion portion of the video into other
Step three: Once you are done, all you need to do is to tap Done at the bottom-right corner of the screen to save changes and convert the video to normal video
Note that once you have successfully converted your slow-motion videos into normal speed, you cannot share it in slow-motion.
In reality, there are many third-party apps you can use to do the same thing, but we recommend you use the built-in Photos app to make sure everything is safe.