Change location information in iMovie on iPhone
For certain themes, such as Travel or News, iMovie uses information about where your video clips and photos were recorded to fill in titles that appear onscreen in a project. For example, if you’re using a theme that supports location information and you add a title to a video clip that was recorded in San Francisco, that title includes the name “San Francisco.”
You can change the location information associated with a photo or video clip after you add it to a project. For example, instead of having the title show “San Francisco,” you might want it to show “Golden Gate Bridge.”
In the iMovie app on your iPhone, open a movie project.
Scroll the timeline until the title you want to customize appears in the viewer (make sure the title is from a theme that supports location information).
Tap the video clip or photo to reveal the inspector at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the Titles button .
Tap the Theme Location button .
The Theme Location button appears only if the selected video clip or photo has a title that uses location information.
Do one of the following:
Set the location of the video clip or photo as your current location (where you are in the world now): Tap Set to Current Location.
Set the location of the video clip or photo using its metadata: Tap Set to Clip Location.
Set a different location: Tap Search for Location, then type a location name in the search field. Tap one of the possible matches that appear below.
Provide a custom, nonstandard location name, such as “Mom’s House” or “Cara’s Cool Cafe”: Tap Enter Custom Text, type text in the text field, then tap OK.
Delete location information: Tap Remove Location.