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If you need a video for an advertisement, a social media post or for your website in which something is happening on an iPhone display, then you can mock.video help. On the website you can create mock-up videos in iPhone devices for free with some restrictions or for a fee with Pro options. In addition to videos, animations and recordings, screen recordings can also be used. Both portrait and landscape format are possible. Further details on the offer and its use can be found in this guide.
Using the online tool is very easy. After calling up the website (see below) you will find a preview graphic that matches the preset options. You can adjust these in the right column of the website. You can choose from the following functions:
If you use mock.video gratis, then there are some limitations. For example, you can only view videos in MOV or MP4- Upload format. As a pro user, even more formats can be selected. Also, pro users can set background image, turn off watermark and get better resolution in the output video. Benefits cost $10 per month. If you can implement an extensive project in a month or want to create many mockup videos permanently, you could make friends with it. I would find a fixed price (like a bit higher) but more appealing.
So how does your screen recording get into the mock-up graphic of an iPhone, iPad or MacBook? Well, first you have to record a corresponding video. So if you want to put your website, your app or other content in the limelight after recording your interaction with it, take a look at the Instructions for screen recording on iPhone and iPad.
In the article I showed you how you can save the displayed display content as a video using iOS means without an additional app. Either directly via the iPhone itself or after transferring it to the Mac, the video created in this way can then be shown as a display on the mock-up iPhone. The recordings made on it are of course suitable for iPad or MacBook.
If you want to show a recorded display content or another video on an iPhone, iPad, MacBook or other device, then simply use this link: https://www.mock.video - As described above, you can have your advertising, instruction, meme or other videos created there. The e-mail for the download of the finished video is not long in coming; You will receive it after a few minutes (experience from two test projects without pro features).
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.