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How to Create a Mashed Video
How to Create a Mashed Video

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Written by Silvia Burgos
Updated over a week ago

First, please make sure you have enough space on your device to make your video. Many factors go into play with the TOTAL amount of free space need. A good rule of thumb is that for a year of 1SE (one 1s snippet per day), you need to have around 3GB of space—the final file will be smaller, but our app needs space to build it.

Step 1: Select to start a mash.


While on your project's grid view, tap on the play button at the tab bar's center—this opens the mashing screen.


While on your project's grid view, tap on the "Mash" button at the bottom of the screen—this opens the mashing screen.

Step 2: Select the dates to mash.

There are several ways to mash a video: week, month, year, and custom. The current year is the default.

TIP: The week, month, and year options allow you to mash preset periods easily. You can choose to mash the current and the previous week/month or any available year in the project.

You can choose to make a custom video—this gives you the option to mash all the snippets in the project, a period or range of time, or arbitrary snippets.

To mash all the snippets in the project, tap "Select (All)".

To mash a period, press and drag your finger through the calendar.

To mash arbitrary snippets, individually select the snippets you'd like to include in your mash.

Tap on "Add to Mash" to save your custom selection.

Once you've decided on the length, you can also choose to have the video go forward or backward by tapping on the "Backwards" setting. Forward is the default and most common way to do it.

You can also choose your video's orientation, mash only your Faves, include or exclude your private snippets, and if you have a Pro subscription, you can add music, change the background, remove the dates, and remove branding. Finally, tap "Save & Share" or the teal checkmark, and the app will do the rest.

Step 3: Share your video.

Once your video is mashed, you have the option to Share or Save your video. Keep in mind the mashing time depends on your device and the number of snippets you're mashing.

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