All-in-one Video Editor V6.8.1

Possibly the Most Beautiful and Effective Video Software We Have Seen in a Long Time

  • Full featured video editing functions: trim, merge, crop, rotate, brightness, saturation, etc.
  • Powerful audio editing including trim, split, fade in, fade out, voiceover.
  • 2X faster editing speed powered by latest Nvidia GPU technology.
  • Expand your imagination with 100+ unique visual effects
  • An extraordinary built-in screen recorder to let you easily share your knowledge.
  • Easy to make attractive subtitles with 200+ text effects and templates.
  • Directly export video to mobile devices, upload to YouTube and burn to DVD New
Support: Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista, Mac OS X 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8
User Guide: How to Use Video Editor to Make Perfect Video

Part 1: How to Trim/Split/Crop/Add Caption a Video Clip

After all the media files have been imported, you can now edit them for your movie. Before editing, the clips should be added to the Timeline. There are two ways to do that. Choose a clip in the Media Library and drag it to the timeline directly or click the plus button in the lower right corner of each media file, add to project directly.

Tips 1 Trim a Clip

After drag the video to timeline, you can move the pointer to the edge of video file. After the pointer becomes an icon like this: trimtrim icon, then you can start to trim video. You can trim from the start or end (red line). Most of time, you may need split tool to adjust this editing. Trim function can help you remove the unwanted parts of videos quickly. As we mentioned above, the green part will be removed automatically.

Tips 2 Split a Clip

The split function helps you cut a video to two separate parts. You can delete the part you don't want or save it to use anywhere in your movie. It provides two ways to help you split a clip: directly split on the Timeline or use the scene detection feature to detect different scenes in a video file and automatically break it down into several clip files.


To split a clip directly on the Timeline


1.Select a clip in the Timeline Viewer.


2.Drag the Split Maker on either side of the clip to change the length.


3.Click the Split button or right click and choose the "Split" option split from the context menu.


4.If you want to delete the unwanted segment, click "Delete" button delete directly.

 

Tips 3 Crop a Clip

The crop function preserves the selected part of a clip and deletes the unnecessary elements. Your video will look much better if crop black bars from the sides or remove background that doesn't contribute anything to the finished product. To crop a clip:


1. Select a clip in the Timeline Viewer or Storyboard Viewer.


2. Right click on the clip and choose the "Crop" option or choose the clip and click the Crop option crop.


3. In the pop up window, stretch and move the rectangle to adjust desired frame area. You can also choose from "16:9" or "4:3" to crop the video automatically or resize and reposition it manually. from the context menu.

Tips 4 Add Caption to Clip

Filmora lets you easily and quickly create beautiful-looking titles, complete with special effects. You can add captions as well as Intro and credit. You can format your text by changing the font, color, or placing it to a new position.


1. Double click the clip on the Text Track to activate Title Inspector and enter the text in the blank area. Then modify the properties of the title clip by using the different options such as font, typeface, size, style, alignment, color and more.


2. Go to the Preset tab of inspector dialog box and click a thumbnail to apply the effect.


3. The Customize tab contains four options: Fill, Border, Shadow and Background. You can tick the Fill option and you can choose from "Color Fill", "Image Fill" and "Gradient".

 

Part 2: How to Add Video Effects

Tips 1 Add Filters & Overlays to Your Video

Applying filter or overlay effects to your video in post-production will add some special visual effect to your video and thus can not only greatly enhance your video, but also cure many of your original footage’s imperfections. Filmora provides you with over a hundred of cool filters and overlay effects to choose from.


1. Navigate to upper left corner of the interface, find Filter icon or Overlay icon in the toolbar. Then click to enter the Filter or overlay resource library.


2. Browse through the resource library, choose one that will fit the mood of your video footage, and drag it to the Filter track (a Filter track will appear automatically when you drag the filter to the track right under the video track on the timeline). Or select the effect that you want, and then right click on it, choose Apply from the drop down menu to apply.


 

Tips 2 Add Motion Elements to Your Video

Navigate to the Element tab in the toolbar, click to enter the element resource library. Filmora for Mac offers over 200 different kinds of motion elements for you to choose, each adding a different tone and mood to your video.


1. To add motion elements to your video, simply choose one that you like, and then drag it to the PIP track, or video overlay track (just drag the element effect and drop it under the video track, a PIP track will be generated automatically.)


2. To remove the element, right click on it and choose “Delete” from the drop down menu.


3. Save the Element effect to your favorite list for future use. In the resource library, select the element effect, right click on it, choose "Add to Favorite" .

 

 

 

Tips 3 Add Transition Effects between Video Clips

1. Drag 2 of your video clips to the video track on the timeline and arrange their order as wante.


2. Navigate to the Transition tab in the toolbar, click to enter the transition effects library. Drag a transition and then drop it in between those two clips. You can preview the result in the preview window.


3. Save the transition effect to your favorite list for future use. In the resource library, select the transition effect, right click on it, choose "Add to Favorite".

 

Tips 4 Add Funny Sound Effects to Your Video

Navigate to the Element tab in the toolbar, click to enter the element resource library. Filmora for Mac offers over 200 different kinds of motion elements for you to choose, each adding a different tone and mood to your video.


1. Find a music icon and then click to enter music resource library. All royalty-free background music resources and sound effects are categorized there. 


2. Find the “SOUND EFFECT”, CATEGORY, choose a sound effect and drag it to the audio track to apply. You can add fade-in/fade-out effect, adjust speed/volume etc by double clicking the sound effect on the audio track.


3. Save the sound effect to your favorite list for future use. In the resource library, select the element effect, right click on it, choose "Add to Favorite"

 

 

Part 3: How to Record Computer Screen

 

1. Launch the program and select Create New movie.


2. Left click the Camcorder icon above timeline to get access to the screen recording.


 

3. You can customize the screen recording area by choosing from Full Screen, and Custom on the window pops up. Recoding from microphone and recording computer system audio are also available. Do not forget to click the icons to turn them on or off accordingly if you need them.

 


4. Click Settings to get access to more customized settings.


 

5. Left click REC button, then the program will start recording after it finishes counting down from 5, 4,3,2,1. After the countdown, you can press the customized button you set in Settings to stop recording. Finally the recorded video will be dropped in the media library automatically.


 

 

Part 4: How to Save and Share Video

With your project finished, it's time to save and share it. When you saved the project, all the files are combined to create a single video files. You can save the movie as a video file to be played on a computer or a mobile device, burn your project to a disc, or upload it directly to a YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo account.

Tips 1 Save to Video Files for Computer Playback

1. Go to the "Format" tab.


2. In the Profile drop list, choose an option such as AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, MP4, MKV, etc. In the Name box, type a file name. In the Position box, specify the location where you want to save the file. Most of users will pick up different resolutions.


3. SIf you want to adjust the default settings, click the Config button to change settings such as Codec, Resolution, Frame Rate, Bit Rate for Video, Codec, Channel, Sample Rate and Bit Rate for Audio.

 

4. If everything is OK, click "Export".

 

 

 

Tips 2 Save to Video Files for Mobile Devices

Go to the "Device" tab. In the Device drop-list, choose an option such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, PSP, Wii, Creative, etc. to get the optimized videos for your devices.

 

Tips 3 Upload to YouTube/Facebook/Vimeo

1. Go to the "YouTube", "Facebook" or "Vimeo" tab.


2. Click the Sign in button to sign in. If it is the first time you are signing in, you will be asked to authorize the connection between Filmora and your online account.


3. Fill in the necessary information like title, description, quality privacy settings and additional tags. If everything is OK, click "Export".

 

Tips 4 Burn to DVD

1. Go to the "DVD" tab.


2. Set the DVD parameters like DVD label, Aspect Ratio, TV Standard and Video Quality, DVD Disk Type and the DVD Formats such as DVD Folder, IOS or DVDMedia.

3. What's more, you can create Menu for your DVD with different templates and customize music. After that, click Export to burn your video to DVD or save video to an ISO image file.

 

 

 


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