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Filmora MasterClass For Beginners

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Lessons in This Class

57 Lessons (3h 39m)
    • 1. Introduction to filmora course

      2:07
    • 2. About Filmora

      5:30
    • 3. Where To Get Stock Videos

      1:03
    • 4. Filmora Comparison With Other Video Editors

      5:04
    • 5. Filmora First Look

      4:28
    • 6. Filmora Medial Panel

      3:28
    • 7. Filmora Preview Window

      5:11
    • 8. Filmora TimeLine

      10:05
    • 9. Adding Media To Timeline. Basic Editing

      9:58
    • 10. Cutting clips. Top and Tail editing In Filmora

      2:17
    • 11. VoiceOver In Filmora

      4:51
    • 12. Recording Screen In Filmora

      4:42
    • 13. Recording WebCam In Filmora

      2:17
    • 14. Adding Markers In Filmora

      7:21
    • 15. Adding Titles and Intros

      8:16
    • 16. Lower Thirds In Filmora

      2:14
    • 17. Adding Subtitles In Filmora

      2:46
    • 18. Saving Text Presets

      2:10
    • 19. Adjusting Volume

      5:40
    • 20. Audio Fade in - Fade Out

      3:22
    • 21. Adding Background Music

      3:16
    • 22. Audio Equilizer In Filmroa

      2:40
    • 23. Removing Noise In Filmora

      4:50
    • 24. Syncing Audio In Filmora

      2:44
    • 25. Project In Filmora

      5:46
    • 26. Preview Rendering

      1:22
    • 27. Transitions

      5:33
    • 28. Effects In Firmora

      8:36
    • 29. Uitility Effects In Filmora

      4:26
    • 30. Blurring Faces In Filmora

      1:40
    • 31. Blurring screen In Filmora

      1:49
    • 32. Masking In Filmora

      4:46
    • 33. Cropping Videos In Filmora

      1:56
    • 34. Elements In Filmora

      2:53
    • 35. Changing clip speed. Slow down / speed up video

      7:07
    • 36. Reverse Video in Filmora

      2:05
    • 37. Motion to clip in Filmora

      2:02
    • 38. Adding and working with images in Filmora

      4:53
    • 39. Creating a slide In Filmora

      4:56
    • 40. Freeze frame in Filmora

      4:30
    • 41. Freeze frame in Filmora 2

      4:30
    • 42. Transforming in Filmora

      1:22
    • 43. Compositing In Filmora

      1:16
    • 44. Stabilisation In Filmora

      2:32
    • 45. Green screen In Filmora

      3:24
    • 46. Lens correction In Filmora

      3:03
    • 47. Drop shadows In Filmora

      2:10
    • 48. Split screens In Filmora

      3:44
    • 49. Color correction intro

      6:24
    • 50. Saving presets In Filmora

      1:06
    • 51. White balance In Filmora

      2:08
    • 52. LUTs In Filmora

      2:16
    • 53. Color Tab

      2:03
    • 54. Adjusting light In Filmora

      3:06
    • 55. HSL In Filmora

      3:19
    • 56. Vignette In Filmora

      2:15
    • 57. Rendering In Filmora

      3:12
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About This Class

Welcome to Filmora Tutorial Masterclass For Beginners,

As the name suggests this is a Masterclass course to teach you everything that Filmora video editing software has to offer.

This is a comprehensive course with beginners in mind, so if you have questions such as

How to edit videos in Filmora?

How to Remove Background Noise in Filmora?

How to color correct videos in Filmora?

How to create slide-shows in Filmora?

etc

Then this course is for you.

In this course, we will take a look at the following (Take a look at the curriculum for more info)

  1. We will take a look at where to get copyright-free videos so you can work with this course

  2. We will first take a look at the Filmora interface?

  3. We will learn how to import videos into Filmora?

  4. Then we will look at How to use the timeline in Filmora?

  5. Then we will move on to basic editing in Filmora such as cutting clips and moving clips around.

  6. How to add titles in Filmora?

  7. How to add text in Filmora?

  8. How to add effects in Filmora?

  9. How to remove background noise in Filmora?

  10. How to sync audio in Filmora?

  11. How to use the audio equalizer in Filmora?

  12. How to blur faces in Filmora?

  13. How to blur screen in Filmora

  14. How to record a screencast in Filmora?

  15. How to face in and fade out audio in Filmora?

  16. How to use Masks in Filmora?

  17. How to crop videos in Filmora?

  18. How to add an image in Filmora?

  19. How to create a slideshow in Filmora?

  20. How to use LUTs in Filmora?

  21. Color correction in Filmora?

  22. How to render videos Filmora?

  23. How to create split-screen videos in Filmora?

And Much Much more.

If you have any questions let me know at any time and I will be happy to guide you.

Check out the course curriculum for full course details.

After taking this course you will know Everything Filmora has to offer.

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Prantik Vaghela

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Hello, I'm Prantik. I have been an Online Instructor for over 5 years and have A Masters Degree In Computer Application.

Both Teaching and learning excite me, I will be teaching you, what I have learned over the years in a way that is Easy without any fluff.

I have been creating courses on YouTube Channel as well as on my website  EasyProfessor.net

 

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1. Introduction to filmora course: Hey guys and welcome to fill more editorial masterclass for beginners. This is a very comprehensive course on Fillmore, in which I've taught everything that Laura has to offer. Let me introduce myself before I introduce you to the course, my name is frantic about gala. I have a master's degree in computer application. I have been an online course creator for over three years. And I also run our YouTube channel as well as a block. Now creating my own videos and editing them by myself has given me the opportunity to master various editing softwares, including film camera. Now let's talk about the course and what you will learn in this course. In this course, you will learn each and every feature that fill Mora has. So we'll start off by taking a look at the Fillmore interface and all the different panels that feel more a has. After which we'll take a look at how you can import your videos into field Mura. Then we'll take a look at basic editing such as cutting your clips, moving your clips around and deleted the eclipse. But also take a look at how you can create screencasts, how you can record a voice over, how you can record your webcam. Also, we'll look at how you can add Lower Thirds subtitles, titles, and effects to your videos. We'll also take a look at audio editing options that feel more a has, such as changing the pitch of your audio, how to fade in your audio, how to fade it out, as well as how to remove background noises from your audio inside of your video clips. Moving on, we'll take a look at color correction in film more in depth. So you'd know the ins and outs of color correction and how to go about connecting your videos. We'll also take a look at things such as how to blur faces in your videos. How to speed up a clip, how to slow it down, how to reverse the clip and much, much more inside of this course. Now let's talk about who is this course for? This course is for anyone looking to learn everything that Fillmore has to offer. Now talking about the teaching environment, I'll be using Windows, but film Laura is cross-platform so you can use a Mac as well to follow along in this course. So with that said, let's go ahead and get started with the course. 2. About Filmora: In this video, we'll talk all about Phil Morris, who will talk about what kind of a video editor field Mora Is three versions of film, Laura, and we'll also talk about the pricing's and the plants that Fillmore ahead. So all of that is coming up in this video. We're talking about Fillmore of Fillmore eyes of video editing software that punches above its weight. So there are times that you can do things more quickly and more efficiently infill more than other high priced video editing softwares out there. So polymerize also cross-platform so you can use it for Windows as well as formatting. In this course, I'll be using full moral port windows. Simply put film Aurora is a video editor with useful features built. If, for example, you have the ability to record your screen built into Fillmore of which a lot of video editors don't have. You also have features like effects, elements and transitions built into film Mora, which are super easy to use. We'll talk about using all of them later in the course. For Mora also keeps on releasing new effects elements and transition packs that you can buy. But you can also use the free packs that feel more a has to offer as well. Now let's head over to the Fillmore, a website and talk about the plants, the version of Fillmore and the packs that you can purchase off the promoter website. So let's go ahead and take a look. Here we are at the Fillmore, a website which you can go to fill more No.1 are shared dotnet. And if we hover over the Products section, you can see that we have for more or nine Fillmore of pro and Fillmore a screen. So in this course we will be learning Fillmore at nine. And from here on onwards I will refer to feel more than nine as just feel Mora Fillmore. A pro is a professional video editing software and it in a way, competes with Adobe Premiere Pro and fill more on screen is a screen recording software and a bare-bones radio editor. So if you want to create somewhat of a slideshow or something like that, you should take a look at Fillmore, a screen. It offers a video editor, but I wouldn't recommend using Fillmore screens video editor. But you can take a look at Fillmore screen if you just want to record your screens at talking about Fillmore or nine, it has a built-in screen recorder, so you won't be needing Phil Morris screen. If you purchase Fillmore are nine the right to year at the homepage, you can see it automatically detected my operating system. You can choose a Mac if you're on a Mac and click on Free Download and if you click on it, we will be taken to this website and scrolling down, you can see that Fillmore has support for a 100 media layers, which is really awesome if you're working on a big project and unique to stack up a lot of things, but you won't be needing a 100 media layers. That is a really complex structure. Scrolling down, you can see that it has support for, for k. And as I already mentioned, it is not a basic video editor. It punches above its weight and it is a really nice video editor at the price. So talking about the price if we go to buy now epically con, by now, you will be taken to this page and this is where things get interesting. So you have an annual plan at $40, you have a lifetime plan for $70 and you have yearly plan, which is automatically renewed and build annually bundled plans. So you have a bunch of extra stuff which we'll talk about in a minute. But do you have that at about a $100? So the thing about the lifetime plan is that currently fill Mora is in version nine. So when the version 10 comes out, you will automatically get that update. It's not that if you buy the lifetime plan for Fillmore or nine, you'll only get updates for Fillmore and nine you'll get future updates as well. So let me scroll up and if we click on film stocks, we are taken to this website where you can download effects, videos, audios, images, and it also has a free section right here. So if we take a look at the pricing for this, so it has a free plan which you will get the free libraries, you can download them. It has a standard blend and it also has a premium plan. Now, what you can do is you can either buy them separately or you can bundle them with Phil Mora, as you can see in this section, it has this bundle right here. So make sure you choose a blank depending on your budget as well as your needs. The thing that I like about Fillmore at the most is the lifetime plan. So other video editors out there have either a subscription model where you have to subscribe to them monthly or on a yearly basis. Or you have the video editors with perpetual license, meaning that you will get the software for lifetime, but do you want Get future major updates, but that's not the case with Laura. Here. The lifetime plan which you buy in future when Fillmore at ten rolls out or 11 rolls out, you really get that update. So this kind of a pricing model mix Fillmore, a very lucrative offer. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know and I'll see you guys in the next video. 3. Where To Get Stock Videos: in this video. We'll talk about the clips that are used in this course, and we'll also talk about the approach that you should take while taking this course. So first, let's talk about the clips that are used in this course. All the clips that I've used in this course are downloaded from these four websites. These four websites offer royalty free and copyright flee video clips for you to use in your projects so you can go ahead and download clips from these websites and follow law. Now I'm not authorized toe redistribute the clips downloaded from these websites, but I highly recommend that you go to these websites, download videos from them and use them in your projects are talking about the approach that you should take in this course. You should take the hands on approach in this course and follow along with me while I ended the video. So while you're watching the video, make sure that you repeat the exact same process with your own video clips. That is the best way to take this course, but that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know 4. Filmora Comparison With Other Video Editors: a good video editor is the one that gets things done for you. I don't know who said it, but I'm claiming it in this video. We'll go ahead and compare and contrast Fillmore with other popular video editors out there . By the end of this video, you'll know where Fillmore excels and if it is the right choice for you. So before buying any software and it is true with video editors as well, you should ask yourself these two questions. Does it feel all of your needs? And is it worth the money? If the answer is yes, then he should go ahead and bite. In this video. We'll go ahead and compare. Fillmore outweighed Adobe, Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve. Now I know that comparing for more of it Premiere Pro and 70 Result is a florid comparison because Premiere Pro and that would Jerusalem are more professional editing Softwares. But I chose this comparison for two reasons. The 1st 1 is that I have experience in all of these three Softwares. The second reason is that I see a lot off independent creators confused between these three software, so I decided to compare them. Now I'm not including kempt Asia into this comparison for two reasons. The first reason is that Camp Tasia version line, which is the current Russian off completa, is very Laghi, and the second reason is that I feel that Camp Asia has been an overpriced product. So I'm not including it in this comparision and in my own ist opinion, I think that it is a product that you should avoid. Also, I'm not including another popular software cord. I movinto this comparison for two reasons. First, that I don't have any experience in my movie, and the second is that it is not cross platform. So film or a adobe premiere pro and of injuries. All these three Softwares which are included in this comparison, are cross platform. So that's why I am comparing them. So with that said, let's go and get started with the comparison. So the first thing that will compare is the price. Will Mora is very cost division product and is very value for money as premier Bird doesn't score much points here. But DaVinci resolve, as you can see, is very cost effective because it is free now, coming to ease off learning, feel more. I think it's very easy to learn and easy to use. Then comes Premiere Pro and DaVinci Result. Personally, I found it wary. Ah, difficult and are not talks to learn. You can find it easy, but this is just something that is personal. So in my opinion, I think that it is a bit difficult to learn wt result. But for more than a score, a lot of points in this area coming to the third point, which is assets Gilmore and Premier Bro. Both of them have a lot of fast Certs that you can work with meaning, ah, transitions elements, things you can use from the Web, either free or paid. Both of these software excel in that film or doesn't have a community based asset. The resource. So a lot of the assets off Fillmore does come directly from the creators of the software, but with Premiere Pro, you'll find a lot off third party creators and individuals like me and you creating assets for Premiere Pro and then giving them either for paid or free. So that is the plus point off Fillmore and Premier Problem DaVinci result. I formed that it does not have a large enough community, so it scores low in this comparison. Let's talk about the fourth comparison, which is granular controls. So Fillmore is somewhat off all purpose editor. There's No 70 Result and Premier Pro are more professional editors, so you get more granular control with Da Vinci Result and Premier Pro. You can go with 70 Result or Premiere Pro if you want that level of granular control and that level of professional editing. But what I feel is there are times where and independent creator or a beginner does not need that level off a granular control. And at times, that level of control over a project or that minute control over a project does get in the way off content creation. So I feel that Fillmore does strike a good balance when it comes to Granular, Control says, You can see Fillmore does come out consistent throughout the videos comparisons that we did right here. So here is my summary. If you are a YouTuber or a small independent video creator who just wants to create videos quickly and who wants professional videos and does not want to worry about minute editing stuff, then go with film aura. But if you want minute control over your project and have the budget, make sure you check out Adobe Premiere Pro and Film or a pro. Both of these are comprehensive editing Softwares, but they do have their differences, so make sure you take them out before buying. Also, if you don't have a budget, but you still want that granular control over your editing and are willing to invest some time in learning, then you should check out going to result. That's all for this video. I hope you guys found this with your helpful. If you have any questions, do let me know. 5. Filmora First Look: it hasn't. Welcome back in this section will go ahead and take a look at Fillmore A and get ourselves familiarized with the interface off camera. So in this video, what we'll do is we will first start off by creating a new film or a project. So I already have Fillmore installed. It is just a simple install. So go ahead and dollar film Orion, install it. So here I am on my next up and I have ah Fillmore install. So let me just open it up. And this is the current version off Maura at the time off this course, so feel more loads up. And this is the interface that I'm presented with. And don't worry, we'll take a look at each and every aspect off this interface in future videos to come. But for now we are focused on creating a new project. So what we'll do is we'll go to file Ah, select new project. And here I am presented with a bunch of options. Now notice that these are the aspect ratios off the project or the screen size. And here I am not getting a chance to select theory resolution off the project. So what I'll do is I'll select 16 Eastern nine ratio, which is the wide screen and most common one. You can use Instagram portrait and other cinematic ratios as they are mentioned year. But I'll be using this one. And if I goto file, even see, I cannot save the project. So as there is nothing here, no videos on the timeline, I'm not allowed to say of the project. So for this video, what I'll do is I'll go to sample videos, and this is the good thing about Fillmore. It gives you a bunch of radios toe work with. So if you have this arrow right over here, that means that that video needs to be downloaded. And if you don't have a narrow just like in this video, that means that that video has already been downloaded. So what I'll do is I'll click on the bless I can right over here, and it will insert it into my timeline right over here. Now, if I go to file, you can see that now. The option to save the project appears, so what I'll do is I'll click on sale project and we'll save it as a dental. So I'm saving it with the name off dental add because we will be in this course creating an ad forward into the clinic off fictitious dental clinic. So let me just go ahead and save the project right now. Now, with the project save, we can goto file and click on project settings, and here we can make changes to our project. So now you can see that we can change the resolution off project changed the frame rate so you can change it to four K or any custom resolution. You can't change it. Do any custom resolution by entering them manually. Right over here, you can change the F B s, which is the frames per second. You can sense the aspect ratios. Well, even said it a custom expectation if you want. Oh, so all of that is available under the project settings. So before in this video, I want to point out the three main parts that we will be working with Indy film or interface. So we at the bottom, we have this timeline. So if I just stretch this out, you can see that this, uh, Templin get zoomed in and we'll take a look at the workings of the timeline in its own video. But this is the timeline. You can see that if I scrub the play head over the clip, the preview is appearing right over here. And this is the preview panel, and this right over here is the media explorer. So currently, we are under the media tab and there are various other tabs right over here. So what we can do is if I want to see this clip. If I click on this double click on this, it will appear inside of the preview window. But it won't be added here, so there's a great way to preview your clips before adding them toe the timeline. So for now, you just need to know these three things. So this is the time line. This is the preview window. And this is the media Explorer where all off your media files will live. So that's all for this radio. If you have any questions, do let me know 6. Filmora Medial Panel: because I welcome back in this section we will build our project, which is an ad for a fictitious dental clinic. So we'll learn the basics off editing while building our project. So let me just go ahead and add files to my project. Real quick sold dragon, drop all the files that I've downloaded here, and this is something that comes up. So when you're dragging a lot of files, what happens is that it asks you whether you want to create proxy files. Proxy files are smaller proxy files, low resolution file, so you can use them while editing. And when the ah final video is produced or rendered out, the film or a editor will use the original files. So in a way, you can use that to increase performance. I am going to say like no for this, and then we just don't know for each and everyone. Now what I have are a few video files and a few image file says Well, so what we'll do is first, we will sort off a plan out what we want toe achieve in this video ad. So what we do here is we will go ahead and take a look at each and every clip one by one. So, uh, this clip shows the equipment. This clip shows some process a dental treatment being done. This again shows the equipment, I believe. And the next clip shows the, uh, close up off hands and we have a bunch of images. So we have image of this person. We have this image off dental procedure being done on a kid. We have videos of a kid smiling and notice. The aspect ratio is a bit different. We have a few model portrayed shorts as well. So we have this close up off this model. We have this video as well, and we have this image of this model right? And this is an imagine noticed the ratio expectation of this image. And also we have this clip where this two ladies are sort off in happy mood. So what we'll do is we will first decide what we want. Include, So what I'll do is we will first include the hands shot. And I'm doing this because I have a script in mind and it's better to have a script in mind . So what I'll do is we saw how we can mark in and out shorts. Right? So what we'll do is a mark and in point with I and a market out point with, uh Oh, So I have now Mark and in and an out point. You can do the same by pressing these two buttons. Now, what will happen is when I drag and drop this video onto my timeline, only a dis portion of the video will be dragged and dropped. So there's going Take a look. So now when I put this with you, hear it again asks us for the resolution warning So I'll do don't change and only this portion of the video is available. So let's go take a look. You can see that that this is the portion of the video which is two seconds or something long. You can take the duration right over here. And the original video was, I believe, four seconds or something long. So let's go to the end. You can see that it is almost over seven seconds, right? Let's say that we marked our short incorrectly. I want the short to extend or play a little bit longer. So what we can do is even see that. If I have over, you can see that we get this toe. Indications, Meaning that this is a Martin short. So what I can do is I can simply go ahead and stretch the video out, and you can see the entire video is available to me. I just have to stretch it out and the same goes through for the video before the march in point. So if I stretch it out like that, you can see that it gives me the entire video. Now, I cannot stretch beyond the existing lent off the video, So there is no really available to me, so I cannot straight out after a certain point. So no need to worry. Wants your mark, your shorts. You can come to the timeline and chains your shorts accordingly when, as and when you see fit. So I'll put the hand shot right over here. And then what I'll do is I'll go ahead and put some, uh, equipment shots. So dragon, drop this entire video and noticed that none of these videos have on any audio associated with it. So we're getting this flat line. So what we do at the end of our project is we will go ahead and put a voice over the entire ad. So now what I'll do is I'll shooting this video like so. And let's say that I want this part right over here from this, uh, part. So the end. So what I can do is I can come up to the split option right over here, and I can split the video. I can goto this section and again I can split the video. The keyboard shortcut is control. Be so if I press control be the video is split, so I can believe this. And I can delete this video as well. Now notice that this there is a gap in between, right? So what happens is that whenever you have this option, the people auto off, turn off, then the gap will remain and I suggest that you turn this off. Let me bring back the video. I'll do control said, and undo If I turn this option on and now if I delete this clip, I just oppressed delete The gap is also deleted. So this is something that you don't want because if you have multiple tracks and you want to insert something in this space that you created or that you deleted a clip from it becomes difficult. So I suggest that you keep this toggle off. Let me Control said. Alternatively, What you can do is select the clip and instead off deleting and then selecting the space and then deleting it. You can do everything at one goal at me, controls that you can delete everything in one. Go by selecting the clip and pressing shift. Delete. So what shift will it will do is it will repeal delete everything so it will delete the clip and the space that d clip waas in. So that's something to keep in mind that the third clip that I want here is the dental procedure being done So that meters dragon drop the entire clip right over here and let me just scrub over the clip and you can see I just want this part. I don't want the entire clip, so what I'll do is I'll do control be, and that will go ahead and spread the clip for me and I'll do shift delete, and that will believe the clip and the space. Now that we have enough clips off our dental clinic showing the equipment showing the dental procedure and everything, what we'll do is we'll include clips off our smiling patients, so to say, Right? So that means, Lord of this clip on, do the preview window. So I'll do that by double clicking it, and you can see that I don't want the entire clip. This is child playing with the toy that she has, but I want just the beginning soil market in point and then out point. Right? So right when she looks down, she's smiling, and what I'll do is our mark and in point and right there Martin out point. Then we pause the video. So let's go toe the out point and she's starting to look down. I don't want that. I'll come back a few friends. I can do that by using this button or the arrow keys. So come back a few frames right there. I want this one so I'll press the old button so I'll mark an outpoint. And this is the claim that I want. So now I'll just go ahead and Dragon drop the clipped onto my timeline and even see we have the clip off the child smiling. Another clip that I wanted to include. Is this one right over here? Let me go ahead and show you the clip. This is Ah, clip off two ladies and they're going onto a carnival, it seems. And if we scrub over there going on toe a ride and I think this portion off the clip, is it relevant to us? So what I'll do is again do the same thing, are right over the two thumbs up, right? This is something. She has a big smile. This kind of goes with our team. So what I'll do now is instead of marking and in point and an out point, I'll just mark an out point. So not is that by just marking an out point, it by default marks an important at the beginning. So that's something you can do to quickly mark an out point. And the point is automatically month. So go ahead and dragon, drop it on toward time light and let's go ahead and take a look at our entire project or the sequence off clips that we have. You have the hands we have the dental equipment, we have the dental procedure and the smiling faces at the end, right? So that's pretty much it in this video where we organized our media on your timeline. If you have any questions, do let me know. 7. Filmora Preview Window: in this video, we'll go ahead and take a look at the preview window. So what we'll do is we already have the video clips in our media panel, so I'll just double click on this and it automatically starts playing inside off our preview window. So this is the progress. But right over here, I can go one frame at a time. I can click on this, or I can use the keyboard shortcuts, which is the right arrow keys or the left Iraqi toe come back, which is this one? I can play and pause. I can stop the video clip right over here. And if I come right over here, you can see that this is allows me to change the project settings. So if I click on this so this will bring us the Project Settings window, which we look that in our previous video. The one thing I want to mention here, which is a really important thing, is there are times when the preview off a clip will appear Toby, leggy and choppy. This is because film or a will have ah, hard time to keep up with the quality off the clip. If it is a very high resolution file. So what you can do is you can come up here to project settings, and you can reduce the playback quality. So if I reduce the playback quality, this clip will no longer be that sharp in playback. In reality, it will be sharp when editing, but when you played back, it will be much smoother, and it will be in a low resolution. So now when I played the clip, you can see that the quality off the playback is reduced. Now keep in mind that only D playback quality is reduced. The original file when you edit and when you render it out won't be off reduced quality. This is, as I already mentioned, is to make things smoother and easier to work with. Now the thing to note here is I have used original media when pause checked. What this means is, whenever I pause the clip, the original resolution will come back. So let's go ahead and take a look. If I play the video, it is off low quality, and as soon as I posit the quality resumes back, so you should use this if you feel that film or a is struggling or lagging. If you have a high resolution file or you have a big project with a bunch of different files and you feel that more is struggling, go ahead and change the paper quality toe 1/6 or 1/16 or one eight. And that will make things playback a lot smolder. For this course, I'll go ahead and change it back to full, and now the full quality is back. Another thing that I want to mention here is that if I goto preview panel settings, if I go to zoom level and you can see that it is said toe fit now if I said it to any other person, so if I said it to 50% so this will be the 50% off the 1920 by 10 80 resolution, which is this project resolution right here. So if I said it, so say the zoom level is 100% so it is now 300% scale, but it won't fit properly, so we have were struggling to see what's he inside off our video. So what I'll do is I'll go back and said the zoom level toe fit Now. That way, our video will always fit inside off the preview panel. Another thing that the preview panel or first us is Thea Bility Toe, Take Screenshots. So here, if I click on this icon right over here, it will take a screenshot, save it on your computer and that screenshot is automatically imported inside off the media panel right over here. So this is a great way to grab screenshots from your clips while editing. Finally, let's go ahead and take a look at one of the most important features off the preview panel , which is the in and out markers. So what I'll do is I'll double click on our video file, and here you can see these two curly brackets right over here. So they what I'll do is I will go ahead and mark and in point and I'll go ahead and school a bit further and mark an outpoint. So now whenever we go ahead and drag our clip onto the timeline, only this portion off the clip will appear inside of the timeline, and we'll take a look at that in depth in the next video. But for now, you should keep in mind that that's how you mark in and out points. So if you want to clear your in and out points, what you can do is you can right click here and you can clear your in and out points by just clicking on this option right here. So you're in an hour. Points are now gone. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 8. Filmora TimeLine: in this video, we'll take a look at the timeline in film or a So here I am with my film Bora Open. And this is the timeline right here. So what I'll do is forced. I'll create a bit off space, so increase the size of the timeline so we can work with better. Now we'll go ahead and add a clip to the timeline. So what? What happens when I add this clip now? Ah, thing to note here is that the current project let me goto our project settings. The current project is 1920 by 10 80 16 is to nine. Is Theus spec pressure. So if I add this clip on duty track one, it gives us this warning. Now this warning says that the resolution and the or the frame read off the media, which is the clip does not match that off the project settings, and it asks us what we want to do. So we can either change the project settings to match to media, or we can say, Don't Jane. So the media will match the projects. We want the 2nd 1 So let me just quickly condone change and why did this happen? So if I goto our view options instead of her media panel and view the list for you, you can see that the resolution off this clip was our 2048 into 10 80. And our project settings is a bit different, right? It is 1920 1980. So it wants us when you add clips that are different from your project settings and it is a good thing. So here you can see that when I added this clip on to my timeline, you can see that the clip appears like so and here below it, you can see the audio form now, here on the left, you can see that there are two sections. The 1st 1 is the video section, and the 2nd 1 is the audio section, so you can change the height off each of these tracks by just dragging them like so and even increase the height. So let me just do that. And if I wanted to add just an audio which can be a background music or something like that , if I click and drag, you can see that I cannot add it on top. So I can only added at the audio section because it just has already, right. So let me just go ahead and add it right here. So any help clips like this side by side, it becomes difficult to work with. So what you can do is you can just come upto this section right here and click and drag. So if you drag on the right, it zooms in. If you drive on the left, it zooms out, even see what's happening right here. Now, keep in mind that if you drag the play head, nothing happens. But if you drag this section right here, it zooms in and zooms out. And this is with the mouse with the keyboard, you can press minus control minus and control plus to zoom in and zoom out. If you can also use these buttons provided right here toe, zoom out and zoom in the timeline. Another option that I'm intervention here is fitting everything inside off to your view. So we saw how you fit the clip inside off our preview window. You said the preview to fit so you can see that the zoom level is fit. The normal clip can be 100% so you can do the same with the timeline. So imagine that you have a bunch of different clips lined up and you want to fit everything inside off your timeline at one go, so you can. I don't press this button or you can do shift Zed, and it will fit everything inside of their timeline, so it is a great way to quickly zoom out. Say, if you're working on this section right here and you want to zoom out quickly to the entire project, you can do, Shift said. And that takes you through the entire project, and that puts every clip. In one view. You can have multiple video clips stacked on top of one another. So let's say, for example, if I have this image, I can pull it down and drag and drop it right over here so you can see it appears in its own drag right here. And if you want, you can add another drag so you can right click, and you can see that it gives us an option toe. Add a track so we can add a video trick. So it adds this video tech you can add up 200 tracks that we saw inside of the film or a website. Now, one thing you can also do is delete drags, which don't have any video. Let's say that you added a bunch of clips and you no longer need them or you deleted a much uplift. So let's say that I added this of image right over here, and I deleted. Now I have to empty drags right over here. So what I can do is I can right click, and I can click on delete empty tracks. That way all the empty tracks are gone, and the only thing that I'm left with our drags with media on it. Now, one more thing that I want to mention here is if I right click and if I goto open track manager, you can add multiple tracks at once. You can add multiple video tracks, and you can also add multiple audio tracks from here, and you can also specify the placement where you want to add those tracks. So this is also where toe addio tracks. We manually adjusted the height off the tracks by just dragging this slider up and down and you can do that and that's first quickly. Fine. But if you want toe, adjust all the tracks. What you can do is you can right click and go toe, adjust track height, and you can select between these three options small, normal and big. Let's see how small looks. This is the small light. You can adjust it to a big height, and if I do it again and with normal so this is a normal height. Also, from within the timeline, you have the option to record a voiceover. So here is the voiceover Parton's. So if I click on this, you can see that I now get an option off. You can see that now I get an option to record a voiceover. So whenever the voiceover is recorded, I can record a voiceover. That clip will automatically be added to the timeline and also into my media explorer, right? So that's a great way and greatly told to record your ways over seamlessly inside of film aura. Also, from here you have the option toe ender markers, and we'll take a look at markers in its own video. But this is where you can add Marcus So the way you add Marcus is by just let's say that this is the point where I want to add a marker. I just click on this option right here and you can see that a marker has been added. I can double click on it, and I can change the content of for Market. And we'll take a deep dive into Marcus in its own video later in the course. So let me just close this for now. One more thing that I want to show you guys in this video are these buttons side over here . So for the video drag, let me just expand this video track quickly. So if I move the play head over the video and if I pressed this button, you can see that the preview is no longer available. This means that whenever I render this video or whenever I rendered this timeline, this video will be hidden. So this is a very useful when you want to hide and and hide drags, and you might want to see something which is underneath her track. So, for example, if I had another video, so let me just quickly go ahead and insert this video's this video that I have And if I wanted toe sort of see the video underneath it as this video is about the track one and it is intractable. So I will get this video. If I wanted to see the video underneath, I'll just hide this track So the video underneath or the contents off the track underneath will show up. The second thing is the lock icon next to it. So when every press this lock, I can The entire track is locked so you won't be able to select anything. And this is particularly useful when you want to look a certain track and move things around so I can move. I can select everything like so and move everything around and not worry that I will disturb anything on track to so this particularly useful. So make sure that you have this. Now. The same thing is for the audio track as well. You can love the audio track by pressing this button and the speaker I can next to it works as you would expect so whenever we played this track, so this strike starts playing. So if I press this button So this track is now Mutar, so you can hear only the audio above it, right? So this is also useful. If you have a background music, you have added Abagnale Track, and you want to sort of mute D background track for a minute, so you can use this option as well. Now. Another thing that I want to mention here is that right now, currently, I don't have any clips selected on my timeline, and the options on the top left corner are undo and delete, cut and edit options. What's what happens when I select this clip? So if I like this clip, you can see that a bunch of different options appear, and these are the options that we will work with in our future videos. So if you don't see any options, that means that you don't have a clip selected. So select the clip and those options will appear. And that's pretty much it for this radio for timelines. If you have any questions and do let me know 9. Adding Media To Timeline. Basic Editing: because I welcome back in this section we will build our project, which is an ad for a fictitious dental clinic. So we'll learn the basics off editing while building our project. So let me just go ahead and add files to my project. Real quick sold dragon, drop all the files that I've downloaded here, and this is something that comes up. So when you're dragging a lot of files, what happens is that it asks you whether you want to create proxy files. Proxy files are smaller proxy files, low resolution file, so you can use them while editing. And when the ah final video is produced or rendered out, the film or a editor will use the original files. So in a way, you can use that to increase performance. I am going to say like no for this, and then we just don't know for each and everyone. Now what I have are a few video files and a few image file says Well, so what we'll do is first, we will sort off a plan out what we want toe achieve in this video ad. So what we do here is we will go ahead and take a look at each and every clip one by one. So, uh, this clip shows the equipment. This clip shows some process a dental treatment being done. This again shows the equipment, I believe. And the next clip shows the, uh, close up off hands and we have a bunch of images. So we have image of this person. We have this image off dental procedure being done on a kid. We have videos of a kid smiling and notice. The aspect ratio is a bit different. We have a few model portrayed shorts as well. So we have this close up off this model. We have this video as well, and we have this image of this model right? And this is an imagine noticed the ratio expectation of this image. And also we have this clip where this two ladies are sort off in happy mood. So what we'll do is we will first decide what we want. Include, So what I'll do is we will first include the hands shot. And I'm doing this because I have a script in mind and it's better to have a script in mind . So what I'll do is we saw how we can mark in and out shorts. Right? So what we'll do is a mark and in point with I and a market out point with, uh Oh, So I have now Mark and in and an out point. You can do the same by pressing these two buttons. Now, what will happen is when I drag and drop this video onto my timeline, only a dis portion of the video will be dragged and dropped. So there's going Take a look. So now when I put this with you, hear it again asks us for the resolution warning So I'll do don't change and only this portion of the video is available. So let's go take a look. You can see that that this is the portion of the video which is two seconds or something long. You can take the duration right over here. And the original video was, I believe, four seconds or something long. So let's go to the end. You can see that it is almost over seven seconds, right? Let's say that we marked our short incorrectly. I want the short to extend or play a little bit longer. So what we can do is even see that. If I have over, you can see that we get this toe. Indications, Meaning that this is a Martin short. So what I can do is I can simply go ahead and stretch the video out, and you can see the entire video is available to me. I just have to stretch it out and the same goes through for the video before the march in point. So if I stretch it out like that, you can see that it gives me the entire video. Now, I cannot stretch beyond the existing lent off the video, So there is no really available to me, so I cannot straight out after a certain point. So no need to worry. Wants your mark, your shorts. You can come to the timeline and chains your shorts accordingly when, as and when you see fit. So I'll put the hand shot right over here. And then what I'll do is I'll go ahead and put some, uh, equipment shots. So dragon, drop this entire video and noticed that none of these videos have on any audio associated with it. So we're getting this flat line. So what we do at the end of our project is we will go ahead and put a voice over the entire ad. So now what I'll do is I'll shooting this video like so. And let's say that I want this part right over here from this, uh, part. So the end. So what I can do is I can come up to the split option right over here, and I can split the video. I can goto this section and again I can split the video. The keyboard shortcut is control. Be so if I press control be the video is split, so I can believe this. And I can delete this video as well. Now notice that this there is a gap in between, right? So what happens is that whenever you have this option, the people auto off, turn off, then the gap will remain and I suggest that you turn this off. Let me bring back the video. I'll do control said, and undo If I turn this option on and now if I delete this clip, I just oppressed delete The gap is also deleted. So this is something that you don't want because if you have multiple tracks and you want to insert something in this space that you created or that you deleted a clip from it becomes difficult. So I suggest that you keep this toggle off. Let me Control said. Alternatively, What you can do is select the clip and instead off deleting and then selecting the space and then deleting it. You can do everything at one goal at me, controls that you can delete everything in one. Go by selecting the clip and pressing shift. Delete. So what shift will it will do is it will repeal delete everything so it will delete the clip and the space that d clip waas in. So that's something to keep in mind that the third clip that I want here is the dental procedure being done So that meters dragon drop the entire clip right over here and let me just scrub over the clip and you can see I just want this part. I don't want the entire clip, so what I'll do is I'll do control be, and that will go ahead and spread the clip for me and I'll do shift delete, and that will believe the clip and the space. Now that we have enough clips off our dental clinic showing the equipment showing the dental procedure and everything, what we'll do is we'll include clips off our smiling patients, so to say, Right? So that means, Lord of this clip on, do the preview window. So I'll do that by double clicking it, and you can see that I don't want the entire clip. This is child playing with the toy that she has, but I want just the beginning soil market in point and then out point. Right? So right when she looks down, she's smiling, and what I'll do is our mark and in point and right there Martin out point. Then we pause the video. So let's go toe the out point and she's starting to look down. I don't want that. I'll come back a few friends. I can do that by using this button or the arrow keys. So come back a few frames right there. I want this one so I'll press the old button so I'll mark an outpoint. And this is the claim that I want. So now I'll just go ahead and Dragon drop the clipped onto my timeline and even see we have the clip off the child smiling. Another clip that I wanted to include. Is this one right over here? Let me go ahead and show you the clip. This is Ah, clip off two ladies and they're going onto a carnival, it seems. And if we scrub over there going on toe a ride and I think this portion off the clip, is it relevant to us? So what I'll do is again do the same thing, are right over the two thumbs up, right? This is something. She has a big smile. This kind of goes with our team. So what I'll do now is instead of marking and in point and an out point, I'll just mark an out point. So not is that by just marking an out point, it by default marks an important at the beginning. So that's something you can do to quickly mark an out point. And the point is automatically month. So go ahead and dragon, drop it on toward time light and let's go ahead and take a look at our entire project or the sequence off clips that we have. You have the hands we have the dental equipment, we have the dental procedure and the smiling faces at the end, right? So that's pretty much it in this video where we organized our media on your timeline. If you have any questions, do let me know. 10. Cutting clips. Top and Tail editing In Filmora: because, um, welcome in this video will be taking a look at cutting our clips. So in the previous video, I did a show you the cutting off clips and how you can do that, which is by sort of positioning your play head where you want then selecting the clip and either pressing control be or using the button right over here repress control B and you can see now my clip has been cut into two portions. So let me undo that. I can do it by pressing control said, or I can use the undue buttons available right over here. Now let me go ahead and show you, Ah, few more things. What I'll do is I'll Dragon dropped this clip onto the timeline. And here, let's say that I warned. Ah, the clip right about here, right? And I wanna delete the rest of the clip. So typically, what I'll do is I'll do control. Be then cut the clip and then what? A Loisel delayed the remainder of the clip. But there is a quick way to do that. Let me undo this and show you so tell Do is right. Click and you can see these two options stream to a dream start to play head and dream and to play it. And what this means is our. It'll automatically Kadeer clip and delete the rest of the portion at the end and at the beginning. So we saw the shortcuts. These are the shortcuts, which are the old left square bracket and right square bracket, right? So let's go ahead and take a look. So if I place my play head right over here, and if I do all left square bracket so you can see that that clip is automatically has been a cut and the clip has been deleted, let me do, Controlled said. And I can do the other right square bracket, and the rest of the clip, even see, has no been deleted. So this is what is known as head and tail editing or head until edit. So this, in editing terms, is known as stop until a rating, so you can quickly go ahead and jump off the top or the tail off a clip. So in this video we saw how toe cart ear clips, and we also saw how to perform top and tail editing. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know 11. VoiceOver In Filmora: Hey, guys, I'm welcome back in this video. We will do our voice over for our. So what I've done is I've written dialogue. So let me just go ahead and bring it up. So Thistle is the script that I have written. This is something that I would be, uh, sort of giving my voice over on inside of here. So what we'll do is I'll go ahead and head over to this section, make sure that my play head is at the very beginning and I'll click over the voice over. But And this will give us the voiceover option. Make sure that the appropriate devices selected for me this voice middle for you it will be your microphone. The device should be the in voodoo is and, uh, you want the input commute. Otherwise, what will happen is if you don't mean you will hear the audio or as the play head is playing, so we don't want that. Uh, let me hit the record button. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic where you get the best treatment by the best hands in dentistry. Whatever the problem, our dream off. Okay, missteps. Let me stop. Click. OK, and you can see that this is the audio that I have now when we're during the time, like we learn how we can fit everything in one view, which is using this button or using shift, their DiScala do shift said, And everything is inside of Are we right to regulate this? And I'll delete the clip from the timeline as well. And Aziz, we learned that this won't be late. It from my heart drops. So if I right click and if I do reveal in Explorer it will open up the recording here. As you can see, I did it a few times. So it she was the two recordings here, So I have to dilated from here as well. It says file in use because I'm currently using it. It promote muscle, and we skipped that. Let me delete it from here. And if I goto recordings, I can now related. So let me give it one more shot. What I'll do is I'll again go ahead, do the voice over button and, uh, right I'll go ahead and record a voiceover. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you get depressed treatment by the best hands on. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where we were the best treatment by the best hands in dentistry. Whatever the problem out, team off professionals, along with state of the art equipment, will make sure that you get the best and quick treatment epistles Dental clinic, creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. Okay, so now I'm done with my voice over, Let me know Shift said to fade everyting and let's hear what we got. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you get depressed treatment by the best hands on. And okay, so you heard that I messed up here. So what I'll do is I'll do control, be and split the clip, and I deleted and and then let's listen to it again. Happy, smooth. First thing that I'm noticing here is that the voice is a bit low. So what we'll do is we'll increase the volume. You can see that it is a 00 db. So what I can do is I can grab this line and sort of increase it, and you can see the waveform changing. So now if I played, you will see that the volume has been increasing too happy smiles then took on not to my liking. I will increase it a bit more so I can grab the line and visit a bit more. Where you get another way you can set your audio are the volume is by double clicking on the track. So you have this clip and you double click on it and you're presented with this audio interface, right? So you can send the volume by pushing this lander or by adding a numerical value and also you can change it from left to right. I suggest that you said that to zero, so it sounds equally on both years, right? If you want that kind of an effect, you can go with that. Now we'll take a look at the idea that audio interface in its own video. But you should be aware that you can change it with this lighter, and that does the same thing as by sort off moving this line over here, said my click. Ok, so that some for this video, if you have any questions, do let me know 12. Recording Screen In Filmora: it isn't welcome in this video. We'll be taking a look at how you can record your screen in Fillmore. So here I have a more open and I don't have any files included instead of my media panel. So don't Do is ahead over tow this tab right over here which says record. Now, if I click here and you can see that I have a bunch of different options we already took a look at how you can record a voiceover. So this time what we'll do is we will take a look at record PC screen. So let me click on that. And here I'm presented with this window right over here. You can see now let's go ahead and take a look at the options that feel more has. So the first option that I will point your attention to is this one right over here that it says that you can record full screen. If I click here, you can see that you have custom and targeted windows, so let's go and take a look at the custom option first. So here you can see that you can pull the handles and record a specific area off the screen , so this is the custom option. And if I select targeted window and then click on any window that is open, I can click on anything. So if I click on this window, what is that? Only this window will be recorded, right? So there's a great way to record only specific windows, so you don't have to crop them in editing, right? So let me again. Go ahead and select full screen. Next we have the height and width. You can log them and unlock them. This is useful when you are setting the custom option. Moving on. You have the speaker options, so any audio that is playing will be available here. So make sure you select your playback device here. Moving on. We have the microphone options, so make sure that you have your correct microphone selected here. So let me click on this, and for me, it is voice meter output. So this is my microphone and going on. We have these settings tab right, or here's let me click on that, and here it opens up. A bunch of different options of the 1st 1 is the same to locations where the screen recording will be saved. The 2nd 1 is from read. The turban is quality, so make sure you choose them according to your needs. The next one is the timer, so you can stop your recording after a certain time. You also have the option toe show most clicks. So every time you click the most will have this kind of an effect to it and we'll take a look at that in a moment. You also have some hard kids, so you can start and stop recording and using these F nine and F 10 case. Now, one more thing here is that you have the option to record your webcam as well along with the screen recordings. If I check this, you can see that my webcam source pulls up. Let me select the correct Webcam source. So this is my webcam. And there you go. So this is how you set up your recorder setting. So let me go ahead and click on the start recording button. It gives us this timer, and our screen recording has started on. Let me go ahead and click a few things here and there, and you can see that probably appliques are not registering, so to stop the recording. What you can do is you can come down here and you can click on the stop recording button. Or you can use the hot keys. Select Mickley con Stop recording. As soon as the recording stops, the recording is automatically imported on to your film or current film or a project, and it is saved into this location. So let me close out this window and let us import the recording on board track. So this is our recording. Let me give it a quick play unless they kind of screen recording has started. Let me go ahead and click a few things so you can see that the click effect didn't happen when I was recording the screen for me. I wasn't able to see it when I was recording, but it does show up when you import your recording in Fillmore A. So you can see the click effects clearly here and there. And you can see that So there's a very handy feature that Fillmore has built in, and that's pretty much it when it comes to recording your screen in film or a. If you have any questions, do let me know 13. Recording WebCam In Filmora: it isn't welcome in this video. We'll take a look at how you can record your webcam in Fillmore. So let me go ahead and show you I have more open. And if I go to the record tab right over here, if I click here, you can see we have these three options. We are already took a look at how we can record a voiceover. We took a look at how you can record your PC's screen, and now it's time to take a look at how you can record your webcam. So let me click on this. And here we have the webcam recording a screen pop up. So the first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you have your correct devices elected. So for me, my webcam is this one and then see like that, as you can see, brings the webcam up going on, I'll select the correct audio device. So this is my audio device. I can select the resolution here, resolution off the recording and also the frame rate, and I can just click on record and it will go ahead and record the video for me. So Let's go and take a look that gives us this timer. And the Rego recording has doctored. So this is a sample recording using film Mora's built in Webcam recorder. Let me stop the recording. If I click OK, you can see that it automatically imports the recording onto our media panel. Now. One thing to note here is that it did not ask me where to save the recording, right? So what I can do is to figure that out. I can right click, and I can click on reveal in Explorer. So if I click that you can see that that recording ends up here. So that's a way you can figure out where your recordings have saved. Technically close here and let's go ahead and important this recording on your timeline. Let me click Don't change and let's play this recording and let's take a look. And the Rego recording has doctored. So this is a sample recording using film auras built in webcam recorder so they re vote. That's pretty much it when it comes to our recording your webcam in Fillmore, another great tool which is built into Phil Bora. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know 14. Adding Markers In Filmora: I guess. And welcome back in this video, what we'll do is we'll learn how to use markers so and will use it in a practical way in this project. So what we have done is we've had elements of clips and we've added away. So now the way. So what lent is much more than the clips. So what we'll do is we'll add markers to our timeline, so sort of denote where each and every clip should start. So what we'll do is let me just play through the entire timeline. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you were the best treatment by the best hands. Okay, so here I'm mentioning hands. So I want the video for hands to appear here. Right? And let me just believe the marker on by the best hands Indian. So here here is the word hands and I want the hand sharp to appear here. So it always had a market here and let me double click, and I'll name hand footage here, and you can color code your markers as well. And you can add any other comments. Let me just copy and paste the same text right over here and click. OK, hands in dentistry. Whatever the problem, Our team off professionals along with state of the art equipment. Okay, Now I'm mentioning the equipment here, so I want to add the marker, and I'll sort of add the equipment footage here and will make sure that you get the best and quick treatment. Okay, Now, I'm mentioning the treatment here so we can sort off at this shot here. So let me add the marker here and double click treatment. Shocked. Yeah, right. Glenn me like OK, then let's play truant treatment. Okay, so now I'm mentioning the happy moment since Might see, Right? So what I want is toe appear the happy smile. Standard clinic name to appear. Happy Smiles dental clinic, uh, insert text entitled Over here. And we'll take a look at that in the next video. So let me just add a marker and I'll say in third name here, and then we will go ahead and here, getting happy moments. Okay. Now, creating happy moments. So what we'll do is we'll insert another marker and, uh, insert that we want Smile footage. Here, let me click. Ok, so now, with everything set What we can do is we can go ahead and sort off streets our clips so that we get everything in accordance with our ways over. So what I'll do is select these two clips and I'll play stem bright or here then I'm mentioning the name so I won't enter any clip around about here. So here, if I have over even see that this is the treatment shot, right? So what we want to do is we want to add the treatment here and you can see that whenever burn I'm dragging the clip. There is this snapping action going on. So this denotes that this is exactly where the market is and I can let go and it stays in place. Earlier, when we added our footage to our timeline, we mark in and out are shots. So we do have some food test at the beginning and at the end, off de clips. So what we can do is we can stretch the clip out and if I hold over this, you can see this is the equipment footage. So what I'll do is I'll add the equipment footage here, and I also want this equipment footage to be added here as well. So what I'll do is a drag and drop the really you here and, uh, sort off carted the footage to my liking, and I'll make sure that it's off us model. Lend so and then a dragon, Drop it in and then stretch it out. So now we have that, and this is the hand shot right here so I can pull it up right here. So now what we'll do is we have these empty spaces. So what I'll do is I'll stretch my clips so they sort of have this even timing. Do it so states everything out. So it doesn't look a bit Order out to short right, and I'm not worried about sort off getting the exact position. It's just a rough cut, so it's OK. Now. Let's go ahead and take a look at the positions, so I'll go ahead and play the clip. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you get the best treatment by the best hands in the industry. Whatever the problem, our team off professionals, along with state of the art equipment, will make sure that you get the best and quick treatment Epi's most dental clinic, creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. Okay, so the two clips that are here are perfectly on time, but I'm not sure with the first clip So limited places, hands indented this this clip can start a bit. Ah, sooner so drag it right over there and what I'll do is help stretch this clip, Destry. Whatever the problem, our team of professionals, along with state of the art equipment, will make sure that you get the best and quick treatment Happy Smiles Dental Clinic creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. But what we have here is an empty space, right? So what we'll do is in our future videos. Later in the course, we will include the name of the, uh, clinic right over here using titles. So that's why that space is there. And we'll also include an intro name or logo in through here. Okay, so I'm happy with the placement of the clips. So in this video, we saw how you can use markers and we will add two markers here as well. So we have this smiley foot is Markle, and we will another every lad, another market here that will remind us off adding our title. So what we'll do is, we'll say at idle here. So this will be the name or name and address who? Let me add a comment name, Andi address. And this has been the name and address off the clinic. And here we will add in another marker, Uh, and we'll say that we I need to add an interval. They can see that adding markers on a time plan can be very useful. You don't have to listen to the foot days or you don't have to do anything. You can do it once at markers to your timeline and then work accordingly. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 15. Adding Titles and Intros : it isn't welcome in this video. We'll take a look at adding text toe our video. And in this video we will specifically add intro and a title text toe our video. So in the previous video, we left to market. So this is the first marker which says that where we have to add an intro and is the second marker where we have to add our title, Right. So to add text to your videos, you have to goto this tab right over here. If I click on it, you are presented with all of the text formats that Fillmore supports. Now, on the left side, you can see that there are some categories. So you have opener starters, lower third subtitles and credits and so on. Right. And as you can see, there are a lot off openers that it Jews from. I'm gonna add this one. So you had an opener to your video. What you have to do is just drag and drop it onto your timeline. So I'll just drag and drop it on to drag number two. And here I can sort of just the length off the opener. So let's give it a play and take a look. Welcome to happy Smiles. So that's how the opener shows up in the preview. Now, we don't want this text. We want our text. So what we'll do is there two ways you can edit the text either by double clicking on the clip? So let me just show you incredible click. I am present ID with this edit window I didn't like okay? And if I want to edit the text, I can do it just by double clicking on the preview itself so I can double click right here and even see that Now I can edit the text, so I'll change detects toe, match our ad. So we'll say happy. These someone is smiles and we have until leaning. Now what I'll do is I need to position this a bit right now. I think to note here is that we have four text fields. So this is the 1st 1 is the 2nd 3rd and fourth. Now, you you don't have the option toe edit the text field, so I don't have the option to remove it inside of this editor that I'm presented with. So to get more granular control. I can goto the advanced option. So if I click here, you can see that I'm presented with a more advanced editor. Now inside of here, there are more advanced options. But what we're looking for is the timeline and the bottom. So if I give it a play, welcome to happy. You can see that this is the first text field which is the your text here. So I can select that and this press delete. And there you go. That text disappears. Now let me just do one more thing. If I go back and give it a place, you can see that all the text appears a same time Now if I want to delay the text, let's say that I want the world happy to appear first. Then one by one, the word smiles appears. Then the war dental clinic appear right. So the way we can offset them is by clicking on to these timelines. So if I click on this and noticed that their two handles this is the first handle and this is the 2nd 1 Now I have to sort off offset of this one. So that means that this what this means is this world will appear. Ah, a bit offset or a bit later in time. And this handle represents the animation, So we'll take a look at that in a minute. Let me just officer the word happy as well, so they will want the word happy to appear first. Then we won't smile. And then we warn the dental clinic to appear last. So let's go ahead and give it a play and take a look. Welcome to happy Smiles, then took right now, this handled right over here represents the animation, so you can see that we have a bit often animation going on. So this is the kind of animation that is going on. So what we can do is we can stretch this out as long as we want the animation to end. So the animation starts here, and we want the animation to end here. So that's a long time, right? So let's go ahead and take a look at this, come to happy smiles so you can see that the animation takes a long time so you can play with the animation as well. So all of these granular controls are available here. Not only that, you can also change the animation type so you can click on the animation dab right over here. So for example, let's say that we want this infamous style animation toe appear on this dental clinic. Words. What we can do is we can double click here and you can see that this now has this animation , right? So let's give it a plane, take a look too happy, smiles then took. Also, we have a preset step, so if we click on it, you can change the way the text appears. So we have this blue kind of a text. So if I want this kind of a priest that what I can do is I can select the track. I can double click. And you can see that that priest that is applied so a lot can be done inside of this advanced custom editor. So make sure you go ahead and take a look at each and every option. You can really go ahead and customize your intro and your text by going into this advance. The text editor. So let me click on OK, And now here we need to add a title as well. So let's see what we have here. Clinic creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. So what we'll do is we will add a call to action. Sort off. Ah, next year or so, we will goto our text and we'll see like the titles category. The here. What I'll do is I'll select a simple title. Let me double click and review it. That's along the lines of what I want. So I'll do is I'll drag and drop it here and we will change. The text will say Call now and we will change the second text and we'll have our number, which is on I need 76543210 right and will position this at the bottom. So what we want is we want our text, right? Who here and we want the number to appear right about here. We can change the text color if we want, and I will live it up to you guys to customize your text and go through all the customization options according to your projects and your needs. So let's go ahead and give it to play clinic. Creating happy moments. So we have this black screen and we don't want that right. So what I'll do is I'll select both of my clips and I close that gap. Let's go ahead and take a look as dental clinic, creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. Okay, so I want my video toe end here. So it'll do. Is I will so get my play head right where I want, right? As the clip ends and oppressed control be, I'll select the audio track and I'll press control be that cuts the clip, and I will deliver the excess part off the clip that I don't want. Hannah also go ahead and sort off make changes to the length off the text. Very good. That's along the lines off what I was looking for. So let's go ahead and take a look at the intro First. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, and we also have the Outro where we have our call to action or the title Taxi, creating happy moments and smiles since 1989. So that's it for this video. If you guys have any questions, do let me know 16. Lower Thirds In Filmora: Hey, hasn't welcome in this video. Will be taking a look at how you can add lower thirds to your video. Now it's the same as adding your opener and your title is the same process. So it'll do. Is will goto our title step. Then here we will select the lower thirds category. Right? And what I want is I want something simple. So I will go for probably Let's say this one. So let me double click it and preview it. No, that's not the animation that I was looking for. Let's see this one. Okay, so this kind of looks good, So I want this one. So what I'll do is our dragon. Drop it right over here. And let me just move my play head here and here. I'll sort off edit the text, so I will go ahead and I will end of my text. Here we have this text. Now let me sort of reposition this a bit right, like so and we want to change the color of the text so it doesn't blend in with the background. So we want the text to be black and let's see the animation and how it looks. Whatever the problem, our team off professionals, along with state of the art equipment, will make sure that you get the best. And that looks pretty good. And he usually lower Thirds are used to sort off introduce a person or convey some message at the bottom. That's why they are named lower thirds. They usually are at the bottom. One more thing that I won't mention here is that if I click on the advance stab, you can see that we have our at once window here and you can customize your lower third and everything inside of it to your liking. So we have this Graniteville Control, which is really nice. Let me click, OK, and OK, here. So that's it for this video off heading lower thirds. It's a very simple process. If you have any questions, do let me know 17. Adding Subtitles In Filmora: Hey, guys, Welcome in this video will take a look at how you can add subtitles to your videos. So I am in my project and I am at the point where I left off in the previous video and adding subtitles is just like adding your opener said your titles and your lower thirds. So you go to the titles tab right over here, and we will select subtitles and we will sort of preview the template that we want. This is the template that I want no notice that there are a few different templates and notice this template right over here. If I preview it, it sort of gives us two lines. So the first line and the second line, right? So we don't want that. I want this tablet right over here. So what I'll do is a dragon. Drop it right when the video starts and let's see if it matches. So I'll just play. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic where you get okay and we know how to edit text by now. So I'll go ahead and double click. And here I have two lines. So the second line is selected, so I don't want that. So in order to cancel that what I will do is over advance and even see their do light. So the 1st 1 is through the line that we want to edit the 2nd 1 we don't want selected. I believe that a little got OK. And now if I scroll back and if I double click the first Linus electors, I'll put my text here. You could see that this is my textile sort off aligning where with the audio and let's give it to play. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic where you get the best treatment. But and here insert the second sentence. So they'll do. Is I'll just copy this clip and paste it. So do control C and control. We thought that Lewis, that will go ahead and copy the same subtitle. Flip and here again double click and changed the text. And let's see if it matches the audio. I'll give it a play. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic where you get the best treatment by the best hands in industry. Okay, so this is where and the audio end. So go ahead and stretch it out to match it Let's give it a listen against treatment by the best hands in dentistry. So, as you can probably figure out, it is some wonderful, laborious job, so you have to do it land by Landon Sentence by sentence. So just like adding your titles and your lower thirds and your openers, adding subtitles to your radios is an easy task. So that's all you add. Subtitles to your videos. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 18. Saving Text Presets: in this video will take a look at saving your text presets. So what we did with the opener was we did some editing it in the opener. So let's go ahead. And they look, if I double click on this, you can see that we made some changes with the text. And if I played welcome to happy smiles. You can see that we made some changes with the animation as well. So let me show you the original one. So if I goto my openers and this is the original one, So if I previewed this, you can see we have a different animation. So let's say you made changes. You may, you'd double click. You went to the advance stab. You customized everything to your liking. Now what Now? If you want to save this as a template, you can do that. You can either save it as a custom from here or you can save it is a custom from here. So if I click on save as custom and presented with this dialog box, it says that your pre said will be saved under the custom category and let me just name my presets. I'll name it my in droves and click OK, and let me click. OK, here as well. Now you can see that we have this custom category and we have saved our intro as a preset. And you can do this for all of the titles that are available So you can do this for your subtitles. Your lower thirds. You can have a bunch of social media lower thirds that show up. You can have your in credit end credit scenes that show up so everything can be saved as a custom and he can be used over and over again quite easily. And you can use your custom just by dragging and dropping it onto the timeline. And that's pretty much it when it comes to saving your preset, customizing your titles and saving them as a custom preset. We'll save you a lot of time and we'll give you a consistent him across all of your videos . So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, you let me know 19. Adjusting Volume: it hasn't welcome in this section will work with audio in film Aura and in this video will go ahead and take a look at existing the volume off our audio clip. So in our project, we have this voiceover audio clip. And if I want to go to the audio editing panel, I consist DoubleClick and I'm taken. Do the audio editing panel. And this is because I just have this a stand alone audio clip, right? If I had a video with an audio so what I can do is I can double click on the clip. It will take us to this editing tab and I can select the audio panel right from here and it takes us to the same panel. We'll click on OK. You can also view your audio levels by clicking on this button right here. So if we do that, you can see that the audio level comes up now. This is the volume level off our audio now. A good thing to remember is that we have to set our audio level from negative five to negative 12 decibels. So that is a good range where your audio is not too loud and not to silent or not Quite right. So let's go ahead and play our clip and see where our audio falls. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you get the best treatment by the best hands. You can see that it's round about here. Let me bring up the audio panel and let me and give it to play once more. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where we were the best treatment by the best hands in dentistry. So it averages around about negative 18 decibels. So we want to increase the audio, right? So what we'll do is we can either grab this line or weaken. Use this slider so or you can enter the number off decibels. So what I'll do is I'll just in Greece, the volume just a bit by five decibels. And let's give it a lesson. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where we were the best treatment by the best hands. Now it touches the negative total decibel. Let me increase a bit more to six decibels, and that is the Max limit in film Aura. Let me give it a play and let's listen and welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic where you get the best treatment by the best hands in dentistry. So you see that it fell at negative? Well, decibel right in the audio levels and which is where we want our audio we want our order between negatives is six and negative. Well, unfortunately, we cannot sort off boost our audio a bit more if you want to go, we have to sort of export the audio are we can use of the software like audacity and boost the volume from there. But unfortunately with the limited tool said that Fillmore has when it comes to William and I hope it gets rectified in the future, we cannot boost the audio about six decibels. So what we're doing here is we're increasing and decreasing the volume for the entire clip . And sometimes you would want a specific section off the clip Toby off low volume or high volume. So what you can do is you can add anchor points. So the way we do that is by let's say that I want this particular section Toby a bit low. I can see from the waveform that this ah section particularly has a bit off a high volume. So I want the audio Toby low when it comes to this section. So what I can do is I can click this button right over here, and it will add a while you give him and I'll go a bit towards the right and add another one and then I'll go towards the end right about here and add another two points like so. And now what I can do is I can just grab this line and decrease the volume. See how we are getting this car right here. So what I can do is I can grab the line and increase or decrease the volume according to my liking so I can increase it or I can decrease it. So let's give it a listen and let's see how it sounds. Whatever the problem, our team off professionals, along with state of the art. Now, another thing that I wanna mention here is the core. So let me expand this track and I'll show you what I mean. So here, if I zoom in a bit, let me put my play head here. And if I zoom in, you can see this girl right? over here. So this is Ah, the anchor point is at a low point, and this is at a high point. The greater the distance between these two points, the more natural the audio transition will sound, so it won't jump abruptly. So make sure that you are give your audio points a bit of space in between and make sure to listen to your audio while editing. So it doesn't sound that it jumps or lows down abruptly. So let's give this a listen. You can see that this sort of sounds a bit more natural because we have spaced out our key frames right over here and at the end. So that's all for this video in this video is so how we can add just the volume for our audio inside of Fillmore, we saw how we can adjust the volume off the entire clip as well as thespian civic portions . Off clip. If you have any questions, do let me know 20. Audio Fade in - Fade Out: Hey, guys. And welcome in this video will go ahead and take a look at the fade in fade out and pitch option That film or a provides us when it comes to working with audio. So let me open up the audio dating panel and here you can see we have fade in, fade out and the pitch options. So first, let's go ahead and take a look at the fade in fade out options. So if I said the fade in, fade out If I move this lighter, you can see at the bottom here The marker clip has sort of moved to the right. The more I moved, the more ah, the fed in most to the right. So what? This does it slowly fades in the audio. So let me go ahead and let's go ahead and take a listen. So you saw that it fits in the audio. Similarly, you have these setting toe fade out. You can see that that happened, right? We're here. So if we take a look and so the audio fades out, you can reset it by clicking these two options Now, alternatively, you can said the fading points by just dragging this markers so you can also drag these markers and that they are available when you hover over the audio track so you can sit your fade in and fade out points like this as well. Now let's talk about the pitch options. So let me just first move my play head at the beginning, And if I change deep, it's so let me lure the bits first and let me give it to play so it lures the pitch. If I said it toe hype it the best hands on dentist, you can see that it gives us this cartoonish effect. So this lower pitch gives is the sort of Ah Tanner's kind of deep ways, and you get a cartoonish wise when you set it to high pitch before and this video I want to mention one more thing when it comes to fade in and fade out is that Fillmore provides as this lighter so you can conveniently said Fred in and find out points off your clips. But you can also do it with key frame. So let me just go ahead and quickly show you. So first move my play head at the beginning and let me reset the Fed in point. Now it'll do is right where I want the fit into end, which is round about here. I'll put and key frame, and what I'll do is I'll slide that key frame right at the beginning and then again at a key frame. And then what I can do is I can select the first key frame audio. Keep him and I can slide it. Let me increase the size off the track and let me zoom in so I can work with it better. And now you can select the key frame and sort off create this fed in. You can do the same when it comes to fading out here. Or you can set ah, high key frame and a little give him and fade out your audio. So that's about it when it comes to fade in, fade out and pitch options in Filmore or when it comes to on your anything. If you have any questions, do let me know 21. Adding Background Music: Hey guys, and welcome in this video we'll take a look at how we can add bagger music to our video. So before doing that, what are forced to is removed the key frames that I've created, so I no longer warned them. So what I'll do is just click on them and press delete, and that will delete all the audio key frames. So with that done, let me dragon drop my background music. Let's give it a listen, so I'll double click. So that's our music. So what I'll do is a drag the track at the partum off our audio and let me scroll down there for scrawled with right. You can see the length of the audio De Becker Music is pretty long, so what I'll do is I will select the part of which I want. So I want this part right where the music starts where the beat drops. So what I'll do is I will reduce the clip like so and drag it right over here. And then I will come to the end. Select the clip press controlled me to cut the clip, delayed the excess audio that I don't need now Let's go ahead and have a listen. So, as you can tell right away, the audio is very loud, so we know how we can adjust the volume. I can just simply go ahead and drag the value line right over here. Let's give it a listen. Still, it is a bit loud in my likings. What I'll do is I'll double click and I'll bring it to write about Negative 25 26. Let's give it to play by the best hands in dentistry. Whatever the problem, our team off professionals along with that, that kind of works, right? So let me is the volume off my speeds off the voiceover handlers Give it a listen once more . Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you get the best treatment by the best hands in dentistry. Whatever do that kind of works? I can also increase the Packer music just a tad bit more round about negative. 30. Let me play it again. Welcome to Happy Smiles dental, but this works now. Another thing which you can do is you can also add a fade in and fade out. I don't think that's necessary for this particular video But if you have a video, very, the dialogue starts a bit later in the video. What you can do is you can have your music play at full volume and then fade in as the dialogue starts. But for me in this video, I start talking right away when it comes to this voice over. So I just want a consistent background music. So that's have you add background music to your videos in film Aura. If you have any questions, do let me know. 22. Audio Equilizer In Filmroa: Hey guys, and we'll come back in this video. We'll take a look at the equalizer that Fillmore offers us when it comes to audio editing. So what we'll do is, ah, double click on my audio track, and here I have the equaliser. So by default, it said to the option default. So let me first go ahead and play my clip and have a listen. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic. That's our audio. So let me a click on this Drop down and we will have a bunch of presets. So we have classic dance, Lobel's sparkle and so on so forth. So let me select one. And with that precept applied, let me give it a play. Welcome to Happy Smile. You can see that it enhances the maze off the audio. Let me go toe techno and give it to play again. Welcome to Happy Smiles Dental Clinic, where you were the best treatment. Now I don't hear a lot of difference in this particular track because it is just audio. If it were some music, the techno equal as a pre said will how I made some significant changes to that music, so let me go toe, say a soft or no, Let me go to rock and roll and let me give it a listen. Welcome to happy smiles again. This is not a music track, so we can't tell much of a difference. But it was if it were a music turkey, you would see all of these a presets in action. Now, apart from the presets, we also have a customized button. So if we click on it, you can see that this is the present that was applied. So it's mentioned right at the top right over here, and you can change the low tones, the mid tones and the high tones, so these three bars represent the low tones. These three bar represent the high Don's and the rest of them in between are the mid tones , so you can go ahead and make changes toe your low, mid and high tones, depending on your needs. So let me go ahead and let's say we set it too low base. You can see that as it is low base. The low tones have come up and the high tones are down here. So that's how the equalizer works. So that's all for this video about equalizer. April more does have an equalizer that gives you a bunch of presets. And if you're not happy with the precepts, you can always go ahead and customized equalizer the way you want. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 23. Removing Noise In Filmora: Hey guys, unwelcome in this video will go ahead and take a look at noise removal in Fillmore. A. So what I've done is I've recorded a clip off myself with some ambient noise playing in the background. So let's have a listen. I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise playing on my phone. So let's go ahead and try to remove this noise in Pilbara. So the noise that was playing with some sort of a raindrop ambient noise. So it had a constant hum or a constant buzzing sound at the background, right? Let me first go ahead and add this clip to the timeline, and I would say, Don't change and what I'll do is our double click on the clip and I will click on removed Back out noise. Now it gives us three options to force from his weak mid and strong. Now you, unfortunately, you cannot select in between millions strong or any of the three options. You just have these three options. So let's go and take a listen as to what the Vika noise removal sounds like. I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise playing, so you can probably tell that it's sort of morphs the sound off my voice. But it did a good job in removing the background noises. You you cannot hear the hum in the background. Let's do the mid nice removal and take a listen. I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise playing on my port. So right where I say phone, you can probably tell that it was The audio is a bit more. Let's give it a listen. Hang on. My phone's Let's go ahead. You saw that there was some bit off morphing happening again. Let's take a listen how this sounds when the noise removal is said to strong, I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise playing on my phone. Let's go ahead so even probably tell that the background noise is completely gone. It does a good job off removing the background noise, but what it also does it somewhat more your voice. So if you're okay with that, you can try the default setting that the Fillmore has to offer. Now. One more thing that I forgot to mention is the wave pattern right over here So you can probably tell by the little of where Britain here, that this is the noise that is happening in the clip right now. Another way toe remove noise from your video clips is by using the equaliser. So let me remove the background noise and let me sort of increase the volume a little bit so you can hear the noise clearly. Let me play this. I am recording my voice but I think this is the default or you clip right. So what I'll do is I'll go to customize and I really sort off reduce everything and give it somewhat off. We're form self reduced, the mid don't especially then I'll also reduce the heightens and high tone says so I will give it away form kind of like this and I will have the load owns a bit high. So this is somewhat off. Away from that I have You can play around with a lot the equalizer settings and see which works for you the best. So let me give this a listen. I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise play. But there is a somewhat off a noise Still, there is a humming sound in the background. You can probably tell Let's give it a listen one more time. I am recording my voice, but I but you can probably tell that the noise was considerably removed with the equaliser as well. So what you can do is you can use the D noise before setting that Fillmore gives you or you can use the equalizer or you can do both. So let me turn on the D noisy fact and I'll go to a week and now we have our equaliser toe accustom setting and we are also in trouble fit using the denies effect and let's see how this sounds. I am recording my voice, but I have some ambient noise so that the noise effect does more from my voice a bit. But it does a good job in removing noise in the background, and you can use the equalizer as well if you find that it is morphing your voice too much. So that's all for this radio and incomes Demise removal in Fillmore A. If you have any questions, do let me know 24. Syncing Audio In Filmora: Hey, guys, welcome in this video we will sink or dear to our video clips that would have done is I've recorded a video clip off mine, and I have recorded it using my webcam. And the audio recorded in the clip is also from that Web camp, and what have also done is I've recorded a good audio. It is high quality or new separately. So this is a typical scenario where you you would usually have dedicated might recording high quality audio. So let's go and take a look at both of the clips. First, we'll take a look at the video clip and the audio that was recorded from the on board mic off the camera and let's see how it sounds. I guess this is a video district according to record dual or news from my camera as Bella's from my Mike. Okay, so that's the bad audio, so to speak. Now let's hear the audio, which was recorded from my My great is the high quality ordeal and let's see how it sounds . I guess this is a video test recording toe record, dual audios from my camera as well as from my mike, so What we want is we want to replace the default audio in the clip with our good audio. So let's go and do that in Philip Morris. Sort of do is our first go ahead and drag my really onto the timeline. And here we have the bad audio linked with the clip. So what we'll do is we'll right click and will select detach audio. The audio has been detached from the clip, so what we can do is we can select the audio clip and deleted, and then we'll bring in the good audio. And just like that, we can see that our clip has been seen. So let's give it a play and take a listen again. This is a video test recording toe record. Okay, so that is the good audio Sync up with the video now. The reason why I was clapping at the start is this so that it gives me the reference of these are the to collapse that I'm doing. So these are the two peaks, so I can visually sync up my clips up as well so you can see that I'm clapping right over here. And that's where the sound comes. So that's the typical way off, sort of flapping at the beginning off the radio just to give a good sinking point by taking a look at the audio way forms. So that's how you sing up audio in Fillmore. A. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 25. Project In Filmora: Hey guys, and welcome in this video we'll be talking about a project. But before I do that, let me introduce you to edit Stop. You can visit edit stock, and it didn't stop, not come and ordered it stuck is it gives you, Ah, high quality, well scripted footage that you can practice your anything on. So if I scroll down, you can see that from traditional stock footage is and it struck has unedited scenes, full takes, scripts and a variety of projects. So if you click on view projects, you can see that on the left inside, you can choose from over idea off projects. Let's say you wanna practice your editing on some action scenes so you can select that, and you can select any off the footages or the scenes that are available here. You can click on it. Let's say I'm clicking on this one, and you can preview the four days, and you also have ah different licenses as well. Stock is a great resource to practice your editing. If you're just starting out and you don't want to spend any money and buy footage is like this from, it'd stop what you can do is that even sign up with them? You can create an account with them and they will provide you with one sample clip. So what I've done is I've gone ahead and signed up with them, and I've gotten all the sample clips for one scene. So let's go ahead and take a look at that in action. So these are the sample clips that I got. The 1st 1 was just an intro logo. The second clip, Let's go and take a look. Speeds. Okay, so this is where edit stock excels. It gives you that marker, and it is professionally short footage. So let's let me play this through. Look, you can see that this is one camera angle. Now, if I play the second clip free market actions and even see that this is a second camera angle and similar leader various camera angles. What I've done is, ah, went ahead and edited the clips from different angles to give it more realistic look and a somewhat of a cinematic field. But I did was a mug me in and out points for different cliffs, as you can see, and I also stag my clips on one on top of the other. At times, I sort off split the clip in half and inserted another clip in there. So all of these things, which we have seen in our course this far, you can apply it toe this project. So then we go ahead and show you what the finished project looks like. So I'll go. I'll go to the starting point off my timeline and give it the play. The year. This is a wide angle shot. Now, if I go ahead and play, you can see that this is the second shot, which is the close up short when we play a bit. So how was what? Now we have the wide angle shot again, I think. And then now we have the close up charts. Nothing report. You're right again. We are at dividing your sweating profusely and your left eye keeps twitching. Uh, no, it was great. Of course. Now we have another clip off these two gentlemen coming in. What the hell? And this is the short off the person reacting. Did you see that? Are they hitting to the bathroom? What the hell kind of Don't. Did you leave them in there but giant dumps before. But this is ridiculous Is going to sound really bad. But I was in there, and then Janice came in and he was going crazy and beating on the door. And then I think he slipped and fell in the next stall and you just left him. But you saw what I did there. The I went with the dialogue with the second person. When he says that I look, I cut to the second chart. So let me play that against you. But it was really complicated, because he was Ah, he had a weapon. A weapon, uh, was a walker, but it was dangerous Walker with projectile tennis balls. And you just left your handicap. Boston on the ground was I didn't know he was handicapped. Was I supposed to do? He was like, streaming up there with that voice. You heard him, right? And then I think he's gonna kill me, man, I'm so dead. You hear? What I did was I cut. So the short off them peaking. And then I got back again to the close up shots right when the person starts, what I did was I moved on to the wide angle short and noticed that all the audio is from one clip only. So there was audio associated with individual clips as well, but I have muted them, so the you get a consistent audio here as well. So that's all for this video as a mention it. Its stock is a great resource to get clips to practice your editing. I edited this clip, which was the free footage that I got from marriage stock, which you get when you signed up with them. So they're self for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 26. Preview Rendering: Hey guys, unwelcome In this video, we'll talk about rendering out our preview so you might have noticed these lines, which are green, and these lines, which are red. So the red line means that whenever we play our preview film or I will drop frames and will have trouble playing the video, and the Green Line suggests that it won't drop any frames, and the preview playback will be smooth. So in order to get a good idea, when you add a lot off effects and there are a lot of different elements on to your timeline, you will definitely get a red line. So to remove that red line, what you can do is render out your preview. So the way you can do that is by either going toe file. Then you can go toe rendered preview, right, or what you can do is just simply click on the timeline, simply click on here and just press enter, so that will go ahead and create Orender and smoothly playback your windows. Even if you have your playback quality, set toe the lowest possible number. And even if you get ah, choppy kind off a playback inside off the preview window. You can go ahead and render out your videos, and that will go ahead and give you a smooth playback. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 27. Transitions: he hasn't welcome in this video. We will be taking a look at transitions, so we will go to transitions. And as you can see, I have added a few clips, a few random clips. Let me just go to play and take a look at how the videos show up without transition. So let's take a look. All right, so these are some random clips that I got off the Internet. So what I'll do is I'll go to transitions and you can see that Fillmore offers a ton of different transition styles and they are categorized at the left side, as you can see right over here. So to add a transition, what we can do is let me for select the two clips, and what I can do is just dragged the transition on dog. So in this dragging and dropping the transition and let me just play the clip and show you what it looks like. And there you go. That was the transition. Now, if you want a toe set off, increase the transition time. What you can do is you can pull on these handles, and now if we give it to play, you can see that the transition time is a bit long, so you it takes more time to transition between these two clips. Alternatively, you can double click, and it shows up here so you can add just in time like so. Also, as you can see, there are a bunch of different options that is overlap prefix post fix, so overlap. What overlap does is that it overlaps to two clips equally. What prefix does it covers? Thief, first clip and a tweak sort off starts this transition at the beginning of the second floor . Second look at both of them one by one. So we already took a look at overlap. Let's take a look at prefix that's prefix for you. And let's take a look at post fix and that's supposed tricks And McLeish okay, not toe the late your transition. What you can do is even simply select the transition and press delete, and it'll go away. Let's say, for example, I want to add a transition toe all off my clips, right? So what are you YSL Select all of my clips and let's say that I'm a grad this cube transition. So what? I'll do is I'll right click, and I'm presented with two options. The 1st 1 is applied to selected clips, so this means that it will apply the cube transition toe all the selected cliff. So let me go ahead and show you this. But did he go? All the selected clips now have the Cube transition applied now noticed that it also adds the transition at the starting as well as at the end of the clip. You can just go ahead and delete them if you don't want. Let's give it to play and take a look. But you can also do is let me go ahead and remove all the transitions. Let me select my clips, but I can also do is I can right click and select random to select eclipse. Now, what this will do is it will select random transitions and apply it randomly to your selected clip. So let's take a look at this option. Now we have random transitions, as you can see, so let me give it to play now here. What I want to do is I want to increase the timing's off. This I'm not happy with the timing of the transition. I want to increase them. All right. So what I can do is I can click anyone. It brings us the transition editor. What I can do is I can increase the time. So let's say I'm happy with this time, which is 20 seconds. I can click, apply toe all and it applies the time toe all off the transitions. So we click, OK, and let's give it to play and take a look. So that's how you change the timing off the transition. Now what if I want to change the default time off the transition? So let me show you what I mean. Let me delete all the transitions real quick. And let's say that I want to add the cube transition. So if a dragon drop, it defaults toe this time. So if I double click, I can see it defaults toe five milliseconds. Right? So let's say that I'm using this transition every now and then. And I wanted Toby 20 milliseconds that I don't want to go every time toe this editor and changed the time. So what I can do is I can goto file preferences and under the editing tab, you can change the transition duration. So what I'll do is I'll change the transition duration from 5 to 20. This will change the default transition duration for film aura. So what? All those are click OK, save the settings. And now if I drag and drop any transition, you can see that it gets that default times, so that's pretty much it. When it comes to transitions, Askew can see you can also favorite transition. If you can, right click and you can click at the favorite, and it'll show up in this category right here in the separate category. So if you have a favorite transition, you can bundle them up separately for easy access. That's pretty much it when it comes to transitions. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 28. Effects In Firmora: it isn't welcome in this video. We will be taking a look at effects in Fillmore, and this is where Fillmore excels. And this is the major plus point off Maura that it gives you are done off different effects that even used right after off the box. Now let's go ahead and they could look at them. So what I could do is I can goto the effects tab right over here and even see that we get a ton of different options. Now what we have are three categories. The 1st 1 is filters. The 2nd 1 is overly, and the 3rd 1 is utility, and we'll take a look at utility in their own video. But for now, let's talk about filters and overlays. So what they essentially do is they add the effects on top off your clip there two ways off , adding effects to your trip, depending on the use case, and you need so let me show you both off them, so the first way off adding in effect to your clip is by just selecting your clip. So this is the clip that I have, and let's say that I want this bad signal. If it will be added now, you can preview any fact by double clicking on it. You can see that this is the effect and to add it, what I can do is I can just drag and drop it on my clip and you can see that we now get this F X logo on the clip, which means that the effect is applied here. Now, this is one way off heading effects. The other way is let me undo this. The other way is dragging and dropping the effect on top off your clip. This effect comes down as its own, A clip and its own layer. So the end result is the same you can see. But what happens here is that you can now stretch this effect, do your entire project or the way you want in your project, and the underlying all of the underlying clips will get the same effect. So this is the plus points, so you don't have to manually drag the same effect on double feature and every clip. So let me assure you, in practical example, so let me delete this order I'll do is I'll goto the old film category right over here, and I will go to the damage from on. Let me select different there on this one. The glitz first category. Let me download this first double click. It will go ahead and downloaded for me. Once the effect has been downloaded, we can drag and drop it on top of our clip. So let me just move my play head at the beginning and you can see the effect. A polite. Now, this is, uh this is not what I was looking for. So what I'll do is I'll delete this and I will use the second effect called VHS Distortion . Let me play this. And now let's take a look. You can see that. It adds that we just distortion. Now what? I one days I want this effect toe panto the entire clips stretch it out so that it is applied toe each and every clip underneath it. Now what I'll do is I'll goto the black and white category and I'll add this black and white category effect as well. So let me Dragon dropped this and let me straight it as well. So as you can see, you can stack multiple effects on one on top off the other, and they will give you a mixed result. As you can see, we have the black and white effect as well as the theaters Distortion effects. So let me give it a play under stick. Look, Very good. That's a super cool thing where you can stack multiple if ICS one on top of the other. And you can do the same if you applied to a clip. So let me quickly show you what I mean. Let me delete these two effects and let me do the same. I will goto TV static. I will. I use the VHS distortion effect and let me drag it and drop it here. So there we get the effect symbol, which means the effect is applied and even see that in the preview window as well. Now, if I go to black and white and I can apply the black and white effect on top off this clip and here as you can see, we get the combination of both off the effects. So let me give it a play now. What if we want to remove one right? What if we want to remove one. If it's so, what we can do is we can double click on the clip and here we have video effects listed here. So if you want to remove all of your effects, you can inject this and your effects are removed. If you take them back again, your effects are added. And here, if we expand this in the drop down, you can see that our effects are a mentioned right up right over here. Now, one more thing that I won't mention here is you can change the order off your effects. So let's say I want the willow effect to appear on top. So what I can do is I can just simply drag it on top of the VHS distortion effect. So that's how you change the order and talking about the order off effects. When you stack multiple effects, let me just quickly go ahead and show you. So if I go to facts and if I could give a static, I will add TV. It is distort and I will good black and white, and I will add my real life right over here and let me just sort of oft offset this. So what's happening here is that the aviators distortion effect is being applied on the clips underneath. And then on top of that thieve ILO effect is being applied. So on top of the VHS distortion as well as all the Eclipse de Ville Oh, effect is being applied. So ah, the order does matter. So if I change the order, the effects will come out a bit different. So make sure that you keep that in mind when you are using effects, and the same goes with when you add effects directly onto the flip. The order doesn't matter, and it will very slightly. So you can create different type off effects, depending on the order and the stacking off your effects moving on. I want to mention the effect properties that it's and every effect has. So let me show you what I mean. Let's say that this we just distortion effect. I want to reduce the distortion or I don't want the intensity at which it is applied. So what I can do is I can double click on the distortion clip, and you can see that I'm presented with a slider. So if I moved to the left. The effect is gone entirely, and for more to the right, defect is applied 100%. So depending on your need, you can change the intensity off the effect by using this slider. And the same goes with the villa effect. So this is the black and white defect. So if I double click on the clip and presented with this alphas later if I moved to the left, even see that our clip gets the color back, meaning that the black and white, uh, effect is not applied. And if I go to the right, it becomes black and white. The gen every effect has this lighter. So make sure that you are weak, this lighters according to your need. And finally, I want to mention a few effects for bloggers. If I goto the viewfinder, get agree right here. And I can choose any off the viewfinder effects. And you might have seen bloggers use this. So let me show you what kind of effect this is. So you can see that it kind of gives you this viewfinder overlay that you can use. So I've seen a lot of bloggers used this. You also have instagram like effects applied here. So there are a ton of different effects that you can choose from me. As you can see, you have like an old film effect. You have Brok factbook, a blurs and a ton of different effects that you can choose from. So make sure you take the time and check out all the effects that film or a has to offer. That's all for this video on effects. If you have any questions, do let me know. 29. Uitility Effects In Filmora: against unwelcome. In this video, we will take a look at some of the utility effects that Fillmore offers. So if I goto effects and under utility, you can see that these are the utility that Fillmore offers currently. And we'll take a look at a handful of them in this video, and I will assure you the rest of them in their own separate video. So first, let's take a look at the auto enhance effect. Now this effect is used to quickly enhance your image. So let me show you what this affect us. If I am right here in this clip, and if I add the auto enhance effect, you can see how the image is enhanced. Let me quickly show the difference if I turn this off and on even see that these images enhanced. Now, if I double click on this, you can change the amount off enhancement that the effect offers. So that's the auto enhance effect. It can be used toe quickly, enhance your video. Let's move onto the next one. The next one is the border. If absolute, meet with the show you what this does. If I added to my video you can see that it adds this white border. A few double click now here were presented with a bunch of more options, so we can't use the starting and color. So let's pick a different club. We can juice like a black color and the second ClarisWorks so you can see that the bottom part is black. So if I change the direction, you can see that it's sort of moves toe this direction. The son of the bottom parties here and the white color is here, so you can. What you can do is you can set the white color to black as well. And now you have a black friend. You can change the size and even Gens de Blur as well. And you can also change the capacity so you can create a variety of different looks with this effect. For example, if I turn back the opacity, this kind of gives you that retro television look. One of the things you can do here as well as you can add somewhat off a dream sequence looks if I to the color white and if I decrease the opacity somewhat here and if I increase this size. Let me increase the blur as well. You can see now we have a dis entire a blur frame across our video, so this can be used to show our dream sequence kind off in effect. Let me move the head back. Let me click. Okay, moving on to the next one. We have the build shift circle effects. So let me at this so you can see that we have this kind of a blurred effect. It's different from the previous effect, but it has this kind of her blurring effect in a circular manner here. So if I double click, you can change these size off the circle. You can also reposition the circle as you want. You can also change the in density, the X and the way so you can change it manually. So if you have a specific number in mind, you can put it right over here. Or you can manually sort of use your cursor to change the position off the circle. So this is the tilt shift effect for you. Then we click. OK, and we delivered this. And now we have the linear or tilt shift effect. So this is somewhat of the same effect, but it has a the linear till shift applied. So if I double click, you can see even in the size the intensity off the deal shift, and also you can rotate it as well. And you can also change the position off the tail ship so you can change it. I'm manually with the mouth, or you can use the X and Y sliders available here. So that's the linear tilt shift effect for you. That's all for this video and, as I mentioned, will take a look at all of the different remaining effects in their own separate video. So make sure you go ahead and do check out the utility effects that film or a has to offer . And as always, if you have any questions, do let me know. 30. Blurring Faces In Filmora: it doesn't welcome back in this video, we will be taking a look at the face blurring effect in film aura. So goto effects. Then I'll go to utility and we have this face off effect. So let me just pull down this effect on my timeline and let me just stretch it out and let's give it a play and take a look so you can see the issue with this effect is that it does track this person's face and blurs it. But it does not blur this face. Right, So and also, if you take a look Ah, right about here. There are frames where the face Theo effect does not detect the face and it does not apply the effect. So that is one issue with this effect. Now, let me show you the options that this effect has. If I double click, you can see that instead of using this mosaic blur, you can also add a smiley. So if I double click on this and now that is applied to our effect, so it's good to play and take a look. What? Nothing. So instead of the pixelated square, you have this variety off emojis that you can use, and that's pretty much it when it comes to blurring out faces in film aura. Yes, we do have this effect in Fillmore apart, as you saw that it is not perfect and it does not get your face each and every time. So that's all for this. We knew. If you have any questions, do let me know. 31. Blurring screen In Filmora: Hey, guys. And welcome in this video we'll take a look at how you can blur parts off your screen in Fillmore. A. So what we'll do is we'll goto effects. We'll go to utility and here we have this mosaic effect. So let me just pull that down and a show you what it looks like. So I put it down right over here. And if I put my play head right on top, you can see that this is the blurred part that this effect brings in. So that may double click, and you can see that we have these options so we can select from the type off blood. So these are the types off blurs that it offers. Let me see like this. We can select the blur amount, so the intensity. So this is not blurred at all, and this is a really blurred. You can also select the opacity as well. There is a nice little option that you can use to hide things in your video. Let's say that you are recording a screen and you want to hide a part of your screen. You can use this toe mask it, and even change the position off this blur by simply dragging and positioning it wherever we want. You can also change these size off this as well. In the previous video, we saw some issues with the face blurring effect that we used. You can sort off use this effect along with that face blurring effect to sort off completely blurred out faces. So this is something to keep in mind. But typically this kind of in effect is used toe blowout screen recordings and parts off your screen that you don't want to show to your viewers. So that's the mosaic effect for you, that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 32. Masking In Filmora: it is. And welcome in this video we will be taking a look at masking in Fillmore. So let's go ahead and go. Toe effects go to utility. And here we have do masking effects. The 1st 1 is image mask and the 2nd 1 is shaped mask. So let me first go ahead and show you what the shape mask looks like and we'll start off with this. So let me drag and drop this effect onto our timeline. And you can see this is the shape mass courage is applied. Now let me double click on this. And here I am presented with a bunch of different sliders, which I can change. I can either. Inward, the mask. Also, I can change the position. I can change the height, the reds and the feathering off Damascus. Well, but one issue here is that this is not how masks are intended to be applied. So let me show you what I mean. So I have the effect applied onto its own layer. Certainly delayed this. And what I'll do now is applied this effect onto the stop clip right over here and see what happens. And there you go, you see that the black edges here are revealing the clip underneath. And that is what mosque essentially is. If I double click on this and if I go to the videotape, you can see that we do have the options that we represented with just a moment ago so we can change the position which can change the weeds. And if you don't want to use the sliders, you can manually use the mouse and change the position of the mosque. And as you can see, it's revealing everything underneath. So the black portion off the mosque is revealing everything underneath. So what you can also do is you can invert the mask so it will invert the mask for you. So let's see what it looks like. And there you go. Now you have the mosque and work it. So this is how mosques should be applied. Instead of using its only er, you should apply to the top layer, and it will mask the top layer with the bottom layer and reveal the layer underneath and give you this kind of an effect. So let me remove the ship mask for now. So, uh, click this cross right over here, and that will reboot the effect for me. Now let's go ahead and take a look at the image mask. So if I again drag and drop it on my dog clip, you can see that we have this A sort of a mask. Applied toe are clip. Let me double click. And here, if I scroll down, you can see a variety off pre defined shapes so further if I scroll down in this window, you can see a variety of shapes that I can use. So, for example, if I want this hard shape, I can just double click. And now I have this hardship applied scrolling down. We can see the usual options that are available, which is the position X and Y coordinates Hide with feather. You can feather your mosque toe, give it this kind of effect. And again you can in work to your mosque as well. Here you can use images as well to mask your clip. So let me show you what I mean. If I scroll up and I can click on this icon and it will open up a dialogue box and what you can do is you can use a PNC file. So let me click on this and we click open. And now, if I scroll down, I have that be anti file here to be used as a mosque. So if I double click, you can see that that arrow is now a mosque. So you cannot see that clearly because we have had a ring applied. Let me reduce the feather. And now you can clearly see the arrow, which is revealing the clip underneath. You can invert the mask and there you go. You have this sort of in effect, so this gives you great flexibility. When it comes to masking, you can use your logo. You can use a short clip at the beginning and use your logo and reveal your clips that way , and you can use some text, and then you can reveal the clip underneath. Using this technique and once you've added your images, if you want to remove it, you can right click and this press delete and it's gone. So that's all for this video. In this video, we saw the two masks that Fillmore offers the image masks and the ship mask. If you have any questions, do let me know 33. Cropping Videos In Filmora: Hey guys, I'm welcome in this video. We'll take a look at cropping in Fillmore A So let's go and take a look. We'll goto effects. We'll go to utility and here we have the cropping effects. So what I'll do is I'll Dragon drop it on to my timeline and here I am, dragging and dropping it onto its only if I double click, you can see that we have these options so we can grow up from the left from the right from top and bottom so you can grab our video as we want. We can also have auto zoom so the crop proportion will be zoomed in. We can also blur the edges. But again, as we saw in the previous video off mosques, this is not how the crop effect should be applied. So and we click on OK, let me delete this clip and what others? I will drag and drop my effect on do this top clip right over here and double click on this . And instead of the video tab under video effects, I have my crop effect applied and I have the options that we just saw. Now what? What happens if I cop from the left if I cross from the left, even see that the video underneath is revealed so you can blur the edges and you can go ahead and drop your video a bit further. So that's have you applied cropping to your videos in film Aura. If you're wondering if you can create a split screen with this crop effete, let me tell you that this is not have you create split screen in film aura. We will take a look at how to create split screens in its own video. But for now, this is the crop effect, and this is how it works should you need it. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 35. Changing clip speed. Slow down / speed up video: he hasn't welcome in this video. We'll take a look at how you can change your clip speed. So in the previous video we saw how to add elements, and we added this element. Now what happens if we want to go reduce the length of the elements? If we do that? We saw that it ended up cutting the animation midway, so it's not coming to full effect. So what we can do, in turn, is that we can sort of right click on the clip and we can go ahead. And here's the clip speed and duration, and here we have a bunch of different options. So let's take a look at them one by one. So we have the speed and duration, so you can either enter the speed, which is two times, three times four times faster, or you can enter the duration. So what I'll do is let's say that I want the entire clip. Tobey finished at this Mark Wright, right, about 20 milliseconds or 20 frames. A little drizzle entreat right over here, so you can either use this as a slider and noticed that, as I am sliding towards left, the speed is increased, so it's automatically calculating this speeds. So for this clip to end at 20 milliseconds, it will require this much speed. So let me go ahead and click, OK, and you can see that now the clips and within this 20 milliseconds. Now let's go ahead and give it to play and take a look. The dead hero. Now the animation does happen, but it happens quickly and you can sit it. Aziz, you desire. Now let's go ahead and take a look at one more thing. So what I'll do is I'll believe these two clips and let me move this clip on to the track number two. So now here I have this clip and on the same track on track number two, I have this. Clippers were. So let me force play this and show you. So this is the clip off some people running. So what I'll do is I really speed up this clip so we know how to do that. I will, right click speed in duration. Let's say that I want this Toby six times, so enter six year. Now let's talk about this option called Ripple Edit and by a default. This option is checked. So let's see what happens if we on jacket and click. Ok, Noticed this clip right over here. Notice the script. So if I click OK, you can see that this clip did not move and the space between these two clips increased. Let me do control Z and do this. I'll let me right click spear in duration. Let me again said this to six. And this time I will have a ripple added on. And if I now click OK, so you can see that everything moved towards the left so it not only shortened the clip, but the remaining space that would have been left because the clips have been shortened was also removed. So this is a great way to shorten your clips after you have organized them. So you don't have any space left in between. So, Ripa let it is a good way toe Get rid off that extra space which is left ones. The clip is shorten Now, one more thing and that I won't mention is once you're changed the clip speed, you notice that you do get this drop down menu right over here and there are easily available options, so what you can do is click on this and here you can set it, Toe said, one times two times the normal fast. These are the presets options that are available or you can click on custom speed and again you get this Della box. Now let's go ahead and slow the clip up. Sort of do is I'll bring my clip, toe the normal spirits or do controls Ed, and we'll do right click speed and duration. And now what we'll do is we'll increase the duration. So from the one is the default. So what we can do is we go to the left. So what is the time here? It went from 19 to 26 seconds. So if we increase and if we think OK, you can say that now. Our clip is, ah, much larger in Lent. So let me give this a play and take a look so you can see that now the clip has slowed down . So that's how you applied slow motion to your clips. And here. One thing that I won't mention here is that people and it will work a bit differently, so let me show you If I goto ask speed and duration and we have ripple edit check. So if I move this to the left and if I slow the clip even more, what will happen is it will make space for this clip so it automatically push everything to the right. So when you're speeding up a clip and you're shortening the length, everything will be pushed to the left. When you are slowing down and increasing the length of the clip, everything will be pushed, Right? So if we have people edit, checked and if we click OK, you can see that that clip was pushed to the right. Now let me and do that me right click speed and duration and identify injectable edit. And if I slow the clip down and click OK, you can see that it does not go further. So it's sort of, uh, limits. The clip lend. So depending on the kind of project you have, make sure you use the people edit option accordingly. So before and this, would you like me totally. One more thing when it comes to speeding up your video. So I've shifted to a different project and Let me go ahead and play this clip. You think something? You're sweating profusely and your left eye keeps. Now, let's go ahead and speed up this clip. So what I'll do is right Click go speed in duration and let me enter to hear. Now let me click. Let me jack the people edit option and click. OK, and now let's go ahead and play this clip. What do you think? Uh so as you can probably hear, the audio was paired up as well. So make sure you keep that in mind and the same thing happens if I slow down clip. So let me go ahead and show you that I will, right? Click speed and duration. And what I'll do is I will slow down the clip right about here. Well, let may click, OK? And let me give it a play and let's have a listen. What? You're sweating profusely and your left eye keeps. Do you see that? It also affected the audio, so make sure you keep that in mind when you speed up or you slow down, you're clips. So that's all for this video when it comes to changing your clip speed. If you have any questions to let me know 36. Reverse Video in Filmora: it is, um, welcome in this video. We'll go ahead and change the clip direction. So let's say that we want to reverse this video. So what we'll do is we'll again. We'll right click, go to speed and duration. I will not mess with the clips speed just yet. So what we'll do is we'll just a click on this re worst speed and we'll click OK, and it says that we need to create a proxy for smooth playback, so I'll give it a yes. And now our video is rewards. So let's go ahead and give it the play and take a look. But their ego, our video has been developed down top off, reversing your video. What you can do is also increase the speed. So this is the normal playback. So what we can do is let me just go to this drop down could go too fast and I'll go to times. So now this clip is two times fast in reverse speed. Now, this clip does not have an audio. So let me show you one clip with the audio and that will make things clear. So let me just quickly go ahead and pull that project up now. This project which we are familiar with which we created previously in the course. So let me first show you a clip with some dialogue. As so, This is a flippant dialogue with normal speed and with normal direction. So it is going forward. So let's go and take a look. What do you think something happened? What? You're sweating profusely and your left. I keep switching the now Let's go ahead and reverse the spirits or right click speed in duration. Reverse speed. Okay, let me play this video and let's take a look physical. Probably hear it not only reverses the video but the associative audio with the clip as well, so make sure you keep that in mind when reversing your videos. And that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know 37. Motion to clip in Filmora: Hey, guys, I'm welcome in this video will be taking a look at how you can add motion to your video clips. What we'll do is we will double click on the clip under the motion tab. You can see that we have a bunch of different options to choose from so you can hover over anyone off them and even reviewed the demo. Or you can double click toe applied to your clip. So what we can do is let's say that I want this motion so I can double click, and you can see that now that motion is applied to the clip. Now I'm not 100% sure why you would like this kind of an effect. You can use DeFede in kind of an effect. So let me to show you how that looks. So the emotion elements are very useful if you want to use a sort off a small clip as a transition. But I don't see these effects being applied to your entire clip. But an important thing here with motions is that you can apply them with elements Solar's go ahead and take a look at that. Let me and do this Okay, let's add this element. So at this, uh, and what? We'll do it again. Double click, but promotion. And we will add the motions. So we will add it by double clicking so you can see that that element did have that motion by default. It does not. It just appears like so. But we can add motion to our elements to enhance their appearance. So what will lose? Let me go ahead and apply this. And let's take a look. You can see that that kind of looks really nice. So you can use motion on video clips as well as your elements. But I see them being used more with elements, 10 video clips. So that's all for applying motion to your clips in full. Maura, if you have any questions to do, let me know. 38. Adding and working with images in Filmora: he hasn't welcome in this video. We will be taking a look at working with images instead of film or a so let's start off by adding an image on your timeline. So what I've done is I've already imported some images here into my media panel. What I'll do is drag and drop and image onto by timeline. And as you can see, the image appears in the preview window. Now, I think to notice, right off the bat are the black borders at the top and at the bottom. And this happens because the image is off a different resolution than the canvas or the different aspect ratio than the canvas, right? So, in order to solve this, what you can do is right. Click on the image select dropped off it, and it grabs to fill the entire screen. Now, if you don't like this crop, you can see that some portion off the left side and the rights that was cropped. So what you can do is let me just go ahead and delete effect so that will delete every effect, applied toe this image and restore it back as it waas. So what? You can alternatively do is you can select this option right over here, and this does the same thing. So we have the original ratio selected by default. So this is the images original ratio. So we don't want that we want 16 is tonight. So very good. This is the 16 by nine ratio and a Z. You can see the resolution off the image is this so you can change it if you want. So our resolution video resolution for HB is 1920 by 10. 80. So let me go ahead and change it like so and I can, and just a crop by sort off using my mouth and dragging the box an effect like Okay, it is adjusted. And we have this inside off our preview. Now, one more thing you can do is you can a pan and zoom as well. So let me show you what I mean. Let me delete this effect. So this is the deport state of the image. What I'll do is I'll select this crop and zoom option, and here will goto the pan and zoom tab. Now, what this will do is it will start from the green box outer box. The start box as you, as you can see it, is named start, and it will zoom into the end box. So it'll do. Is I'll change the aspect ratio. And as you can see, the aspect ratio of both the boxes changed, and I'll also change the resolution as well. Now what I'll do is move the green box or the start box to the left and I'll select the end box. So what I'll do is I'll click on it and you can see the end box has been selected and I moved to the right, and now you can see that the arrow at the center sort of points from left to right, indicating that it will start off at the start box and sort off pan and zoom do the end box . So let's go ahead and take a look. So if you play, you can see the pan and zoom effect, and you can use this effect to sort of highlight something in the video as well. So these effects are also applicable on video clips as well. But here I'm showing you them for the images, and you can use these effects to highlight certain parts off your video. Soldiers say that we want to highlight this section. So what we'll do is I will go ahead and right click and go toe crop and zoom. You can go do it this way as well. Let's say that we start off at the Ah top left side and what we can do is soon in. So what? Lou is zoom in, so I will go ahead and sort off. Do something like this certain. Zoom in real tight on Duthie sender off the image onto this object, and we can do whatever we want. We can place it wherever we want. So ultimately, okay, and if I play, you can see that effect taking place. And as I think, zoom in. You would notice that it gets pixelated, and that's obvious because the resolution changes. But that's the effect that you get with Crop and zoom applied to the images. And lastly, I want to show you one more thing. If we goto file goto preferences and under editing, you can set the photo placements or by default lettuce fit so you can set it to by default . Goto crop to fit So that's the setting that is available. So that's the default setting is fair to you can change it from here as well. So that's how you add images in film aura. If you have any questions, do let me know. 39. Creating a slide In Filmora: in this video will go ahead and take a look at how we can create a slight show off images. So what I've done is I've added a bunch of different images onto my media panel, and what I'll do is I will select all of them and drag and drop them on to my timeline. So here you can see that the default lens off each and every image is right about five seconds. So, uh, if I zoom out and play the image, you can see it falls right about that. The five second mark. And we can also check this by placing the play head at the end of an image, and you can see the five second mark appear at the preview window. Let's say that a distillation is too long and we don't want this. So what we can do is reduce the length off the image Clipper. Like so and now we have left with this gap so willing to believe this and will do so with every each and every image. As you can probably tell, the issue with this is lit. These are only five images, but let's say that if I had 2030 images and it will take me a long time to sort off, go through each and every image shortened the clip and delayed the space in between. So quick way to do this is let me delete everything. What you can do is go to file, but preferences under editing, you can select the photo duration right over here. So the desire Times alert said that I wanted Toby three seconds, So I'll set it to three. Click. OK, now again. Select my images and add them. And as you can see, they are off three seconds each and you can probably tell each and every image has this issue off the black box appearing. So we know how we can solve this. We can right click cropped to fit and every images now cropped to fit it. Every image has been cropped at to fit onto our video. One more thing on a mention here is that more or less every option or every effect that you can do with video or that you can apply on a video is available with the images as well. So let me show you what I mean. I can select each and every image. I can goto transition and I can apply a transition, and I can do it the way we did it. With videos, I can apply a single transition so applied to selected clips or I can apply random transitions to selected clips. So let me do this and let me give it to play and let's take a look. So, as you can probably tell, we applied random transitions, so they are available with images as well. You can also add effects as well. So let me show you how that looks. So let's say that we want to add the some kind off a shake effect so you can see that this is the shake effect. Let me add this. Tow this clip. Let's give it to play. That's the shake effect for you in action. What we have done is we have directly added the shake if it onto the image. What we can also do is added as its own layer, just like we saw when we are adding effects, toe the video clips so it works the same way. Let's give to play and you can see the effect in action and that's how you add effects to your images. One more thing on a mention here is that even also add elements. So let me go ahead and added this element. Let's go with the play says. I mentioned almost everything that you can apply to. Videos can be applied two images as well, so you can apply almost everything. You can apply effects. You can apply elements. You can apply transitions. You can apply titles. You can also add background music. So let's say we want this kind of music on our background. Off the slide show. We can drag and drop this music track, and that way that music track will play in the bedroom. And we know how does just the volume. We saw that while we were editing videos so we can just the volume. Let's go to play and take a look. So that's all for this video on creating slight shows and working with images. If you have any questions, do let me know 40. Freeze frame in Filmora: Hey guys, unwelcome in this video will be taking a look at an alternative way off, creating a freeze frame. So in the previous video, we created a freeze frame just by right clicking and selecting and freeze. So the issue with this is let me go ahead and play and show you. So when I play this and here, the freeze frame comes into action. But let's say that I want to zoom in here, right. So if I do right click And if I do crop and zoom, the zooming happens on the entire clip and not on the freeze frame. But what if I want to zoom in on that freeze frame? So what I can do is I can use a screenshot as a freeze frame. So let me show you what I mean. So let me restore this project as it was before. So what I'll do is our right click the great effect. So this will restore the clip as it wasa Let me give it a plane. Let's make love So right about here right about here. I want the freeze frame to start, right, So it'll do is I'll go ahead and take a screenshot. So there you go. My screen short has appeared and what I'll also do is I'll go ahead and split the clip. So now my clip has been split. I'll do control a to select everything, and I will just control Click on this those So that gets de selected and I'll move everything to the right just like so. And now I'll go ahead and insert the image on Do the empty Space that I just created so resize this properly and inserted right about here. So that, in a way, created ofrece from for me. So let me go ahead and play this and let's take a look. Look, the video. You saw the freeze from inaction. Let me position the arrow and the title correctly and let me pollution this correctly as well. So now what I'll do is I'll select the image. Right click. I'll goto crop and zoom and hear. What I'll do is Bannon Zoom. I will zoom in on our body right here, start the zoom and and resume like so and weekly. Okay, and let's see how this looks. So consider are a couple of issues with the positioning So what I'll do is I will pollution this perfectly. And the one thing that happened was that the arrow showed up in this screenshot. So if I were a bit careful, I would have removed that when I was taking a screenshot. So nobody is. What we'll do is we'll move this here and we'll rotate the arrow like so. And let's, uh, extend the arrow a bit and let's take a look very well. You saw the pan and zoom happening. And let's say that if I don't want this kind of a pan and zoom effect, I just want to zoom in. So it'll do. Is all right. Click Goto Crop and zoom in and out of the country said So that researched everything for me. And what I'll do is I'll goto crop and I'll just use the crop like So. So now we're using this crop. So what will lose? I'll click. Okay, let's give it a play and now our position off the text will be different, so we'll have to change that. But let's go ahead and take a look. Okay, so the position is different, so let me go ahead and a sort off aligned this probably the role. Now let me extend this clip a bit more and let's give it to play and let's take a look. So in this video you saw how you can use a screenshot as a freeze frame. Now, using a screenshot as a freeze frame will allow you to add all the effects, transitions and everything onto that screen shot, which is not available when you use your in built freeze frame that Fillmore offers. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 41. Freeze frame in Filmora 2: Hey guys, unwelcome in this video will be taking a look at an alternative way off, creating a freeze frame. So in the previous video, we created a freeze frame just by right clicking and selecting and freeze. So the issue with this is let me go ahead and play and show you. So when I play this and here, the freeze frame comes into action. But let's say that I want to zoom in here, right. So if I do right click And if I do crop and zoom, the zooming happens on the entire clip and not on the freeze frame. But what if I want to zoom in on that freeze frame? So what I can do is I can use a screenshot as a freeze frame. So let me show you what I mean. So let me restore this project as it was before. So what I'll do is our right click the great effect. So this will restore the clip as it wasa Let me give it a plane. Let's make love So right about here right about here. I want the freeze frame to start, right, So it'll do is I'll go ahead and take a screenshot. So there you go. My screen short has appeared and what I'll also do is I'll go ahead and split the clip. So now my clip has been split. I'll do control a to select everything, and I will just control Click on this those So that gets de selected and I'll move everything to the right just like so. And now I'll go ahead and insert the image on Do the empty Space that I just created so resize this properly and inserted right about here. So that, in a way, created ofrece from for me. So let me go ahead and play this and let's take a look. Look, the video. You saw the freeze from inaction. Let me position the arrow and the title correctly and let me pollution this correctly as well. So now what I'll do is I'll select the image. Right click. I'll goto crop and zoom and hear. What I'll do is Bannon Zoom. I will zoom in on our body right here, start the zoom and and resume like so and weekly. Okay, and let's see how this looks. So consider are a couple of issues with the positioning So what I'll do is I will pollution this perfectly. And the one thing that happened was that the arrow showed up in this screenshot. So if I were a bit careful, I would have removed that when I was taking a screenshot. So nobody is. What we'll do is we'll move this here and we'll rotate the arrow like so. And let's, uh, extend the arrow a bit and let's take a look very well. You saw the pan and zoom happening. And let's say that if I don't want this kind of a pan and zoom effect, I just want to zoom in. So it'll do. Is all right. Click Goto Crop and zoom in and out of the country said So that researched everything for me. And what I'll do is I'll goto crop and I'll just use the crop like So. So now we're using this crop. So what will lose? I'll click. Okay, let's give it a play and now our position off the text will be different, so we'll have to change that. But let's go ahead and take a look. Okay, so the position is different, so let me go ahead and a sort off aligned this probably the role. Now let me extend this clip a bit more and let's give it to play and let's take a look. So in this video you saw how you can use a screenshot as a freeze frame. Now, using a screenshot as a freeze frame will allow you to add all the effects, transitions and everything onto that screen shot, which is not available when you use your in built freeze frame that Fillmore offers. So that's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 42. Transforming in Filmora: it doesn't welcome in this video. We'll be taking a look at transforming. It simply means that you can change the shape and size off the video. Let me double click on the clip. And here I am in the video section and you can see the transform Property is checked on. So let me click on the drop down arrow and you can see that I have ah, bunch of options right over here. So what I can do is I can drag this lighter to rotate my clip. I can flip my clip against kill my Clippers will, and also I can change the position off my clip. Now I can reset everything by clicking on this button. Now let's say that I don't want to do it this way. What I can also do is I can come over to the preview, and I can just drag the handles like so and notice the value changing over here now to rotate my clip from the preview window. What I can do is I can click on this circle and drag to the right or the left, and that will wrote it. My clip. So that's how you transform your clips, and this also works with images that suffer this video. If you have any questions, do let me know. 43. Compositing In Filmora: you guys are welcome in this video. We will be taking a look at compositing in Fillmore. A. So let me show you how this works. So if I double click on my video clip and I'm a double clicking on the top video clip here for DoubleClick, Weaken Goto compositing under the video tab, and it's the checked by default, and nothing really happens if you on jacket. So here we have, ah, blending modern opacity and inside of the blending mode, we have these bunch of different modes that if in select what what happens if I select, let's say, a color, Dodge says it could probably see it. A sort off mixes these two clips together and creates a composite, and I can change the opacity. So if I reduced the opacity, the bottom clip becomes visible. And if I increase the opacity and this is the kind of effect that you get, make sure that you go ahead and check out all of the other blending modes. And what I'll do is I'll go ahead and give it a play. And as you can see, both off clips are playing, you can see the waves and even also see our runners running. So that's compositing for you inside of film or if you have any questions to let me know. 44. Stabilisation In Filmora: you guys are welcome in this video. We'll take a look at the video stabilization in Fillmore. A. So I have this clip off a mountain bike. So let me go ahead and show you ways. So this is the clip of a mountain bike. Now what? What I've done is a bad than in and an out point. I'll drag this clip on to my timeline, but I'll do is I'll also drag a copy off this clip. So now I have two identical clips. Let me right click and milk with the clips so we just have the video, not the audio. Now, as I turn on and off the track above, which is track number two, you can see there is no difference because they are the same. So it'll do. Is will add video stabilization toe this clip, and we'll sort of compare it with the second clip, and we'll take a look at the differences. So let me double click on this. I can click on stabilization. It'll go ahead and analyze the clip and work with the stabilization. So let us give, Give it some time. Once it's done, you can clearly see the difference. Well, let me just turn this back off and on. Let me. Google is often on. You can see that this stabilized. The clip is a bit zoomed in, so this is the non stabilize clip, and the stabilized clip is a bit assumed in. So let me increase the stabilization a bit and you can see that if I increase the smoothness level, the zooming effect happens. So let's say I increased the smoothness up to, let's say, 40 and let's give it to play and take a look. And let's now take a look at the non stabilized footage so you can see that the stabilization did work. But there is a lot of cropping. So at this moment, if I turn on the stabilize clip right over here, you can see that we are zoomed in. So keep that in mind when you apply stabilization. So what this is doing is applying digital stabilization and to apply decisional stabilization. There is always some cropping going on, so keep that in mind when you apply stabilization to your videos. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know 45. Green screen In Filmora: it doesn't welcome in this video. We'll take a look at how to work with green screen footage in film aura or green screen videos, Right? So what I'll do is I have this green screen video, Peter MacKinnon, and what I'll do is I will include this video onto track number two and notice that I'm not including it on track number one. Slow click on Don't Change. Let's give it to play and take a look. So it's a video of him just running. So what we will do here is I include image, and you can include a videos. So let's do both. What I'll do is I'll first move it on track geometry. I'll include image right over here. Stretch it to the length of the video, and I also include videos were. So this is the video that I don't include. So now, in order to remove the green screen, what we need to do is to add a pro monthly so I'll click double click on the video, and here we have the option off chroma key A. Check it, and you can see by default. That green screen green color has been picked and that color has been removed. And now let's go ahead and refined this because this is kind of blurry and is not something that we want. So what I'll do is I'll click on the drop, reckon, and I'll select a color. So I'll see like this color. And you can see that at the color values are changed, depending on where I move my mouse. This is because off the shading that happens on a green screen, right? So if I select this color and now I have does that play with the offset and dollar ins slider so I can see like the offset. So what this will do is it will give you the range off color, so different shades off color, and I can start off. Decrease the tolerance a bit. And there you go. We have the entire green screen removed. Now the thickness and edge feather refer toe the edge off this green screen video and the video behind it right or the image behind it. So let's see what happens if I increase the edge sickness, even see that the edge stiffness increases in the green screen video, and I can also increase the feather, and this is because we if we want to sort off blend in our video perfectly, we can use the edge better and its thickness. So let's give it a play and take a look. So one thing that you might have noticed is the video playing in the background because we haven't done a cropped ofit. So if we do crop to fit now, the video is not showing. So let's give it to play and take a look. So that is the green screen effect with the image in the background. And if I hide this track, we have the video playing in the background, so let's give it to play and take a look. But that's how you apply chroma key and remove green screens, premier videos in film or a If you have any other questions, you let me know 46. Lens correction In Filmora: you guys are welcome in this video. We'll take a look at a lens correction in film aura. So what do I mean by lens correction? Let me exactly go ahead and show you this is a clip short under an action camera which is a GoPro action camera. So let me include this onto my timeline. Let me look. Don't and let me meal disclaim first. No, a ting retraction cameras is that they are typically have a very vied field off you, so they typically want to capture everything in front off it. So what they do is, they add, occurred lens in front off the image sensor so which results in this kind of in effect? As you can see, the tree is being called at the edge and even see the card trees here as well. So in order to remove that, we can use the lens correction feature in a film or a So I've added this onto track number two. Let me and this clip one more time on track number one and we'll compare and contrast it. So on the first clip which is adopting me double quick, we'll go to lens correction select the type of camera. And I I think that this was short on GoPro Hero four. I'm not really sure because I downloaded from the Internet and I'll select the resolution and just the level so I can adjust the level like so and even see the corners off the video clip being stretched. And this is the kind of in effect that we get. So let's compare and contrast it with before and after. So if I had this even see, this was the before the minutes and this is the after, Image said Did a pretty good job did do some cropping at the edges, but it did a particular job correcting the lens. Now, if I Let's see if I select GoPro Hero seven and Justice ah, obsolete meat on on the layer and if justice there is a bit of a cropping going on. So as the video stretches and unfolds, you can see the handlebar being crop. And if I had this even see that the handle part is clearly visible here, that's something to keep in mind. The edges will be straightened out and as a result of some things on the edges, might be a crop. So this is the final lens corrected video, and this is without lens correction. You can clearly see a lot of difference. So this is not the case with action cameras. There are a bunch of different lenses on a proper DSLR or video camera that can give you this kind of a fish. I morphed the video so you can easily correct it using this lens correction feature in Fillmore. So that is lens correction in Fillmore for you. If you have any questions, do let me know. 47. Drop shadows In Filmora: he hasn't welcome in this video. We'll take a look at how you can add drop shadows to your videos, and more importantly, we'll take a look at where you can have add drop shutters. So that's don't take a look. I'll double click on my clip. I have ever read the script on track number one in our double click, and here you can see the option off Drop shadows to let me expand this. Let me check this and let's first select our drop shadow color. So I'll go with the neon green one, and you can probably tell that the drop shadow is applied right over here. So if I resize the video, you can see that the drop shadow is being applied to the video, and I don't think that that is something that we want. So let me just recess the video back, so I feel that the correctives off drop shadows is with elements. So let me inject drop shadows from here out. Click on OK, I'll go to elements and I'll go ahead and add this element onto our timeline and let me go ahead and double click This will goto drop shadow And now what? I lose a select a black drop shadow. As you can see, the adoption appears at the edge. I can change the distance. I can change the blurriness off the drop shadow. Or I can keep it sharp if I want. This also creates somewhat off a dramatic three D effect. So there you go. That's some kind of a treaty effect. If you're looking for that kind of effect, even also change the opacity off the shadow. You gun, give it a full 100%. So you get that black shadow, our you can reduce it like so and also even change the shadow directions so you can go towards the right towards the top and so on and so forth. So I see the drop shadows being used on two elements more rather than on video. So there you go. That's how you add drop shadows in film aura. That's all for this video. If you have any questions, you let me know 48. Split screens In Filmora: because I'm welcome in this video. We'll take a look at how you can create a split screen video, and we briefly talked about this when we were discussing cropping. So let's go ahead and take a look. So what I'll do is if I go right at the top, you can see we have a dedicated split screen panel, and here Fillmore does a great job of providing us with pre design templates that you can use. So let's say that I want this one. So these is Dubai to tablet, right? So what I'll do is Dragon. Drop it onto my timeline. And here I have two videos that I can drag and drop here. So what I can do is I can either drag and drop the videos right on the preview, or I can double click, click on Advanced, and I can select the clip like source. Or I'll Do is I'll drag the Clippers right over here and the second clip here and now what I'll do is I can at just the zoom as well as the position off the windows. I can adjust it to my liking, and this is something that I want. And this is to my liking, right? So let me click on OK, let's go back and let's give it a play. You're running more. You can see that That is the split screen window for, you know, here we have an option called Enable Split screen animation. Let's enable it. And let's take a look at what happens. You saw the animation and the start, and you have that split screen animation so you can click on at once. So here at the top, you can see you have all the video editing options that we have seen so you can work with video audio color correction, which will see in our later videos on motion. So all of that is available for you to just use it inside of the split screen window, and you can see that this screen is a sort off. The two videos that we added are not meeting in length, so let me click. Okay, What we'll do is a drag, a split skin video to my timeline, and let's take a look at the ending and see what it looks like when the videos are not in the same land or not off this Emily. Right. So let me this extended and let's take a look at the ending. So when every extend the split screen template beyond the video lent, what happens is it gives you an automatic freeze frame. So the video sort of, I think, ends here. The well, you're right about here, Lucy. No. Okay, so the video ends here, and the second video, I think, ends before it. If I keep going back further back. Yep. Here. So the first radio ends here, the second video and shortly after it. And then you see, we get this entire lend of the videos of freeze frame if you have split screens. Finally only mention a few things before I in this video is if I click on a clip, you can see I get these options. I can click on either. Delayed the video. I can build the video so I can mute one clip and have the audio off another trip. The second clip playing and again click on this and that will take me back to the settings that I showed you previously. The advanced settings. So that's all for this video When it comes to creating split screens in Fillmore A If you have any questions, do let me know 49. Color correction intro: Hey, guys. And welcome to this video. In this video, we will talk about color correction and in a few future videos to come, we will take a look at the color correction tools that Fillmore has to offer. So what I've done is over the two clips onto my time light. And as you can see, this is ah, bright clip with a few colors. And this is a dark clip with the flames right over here, as you can see. So the first thing that do you need to do is to analyze your short. So we need to analyze the shot and deter mined, whether the short needs color correction or not are in which direction we need toe correct the colors. Right. So let me show you the first option that you have at your disposal. So what I can do is I can select the clip double flick and here I have the auto enhance option, as you can see. So if I turn this on and noticed this colors right over here, So if I turn this on, you can see the image being a bit sharper at the dark colors, the black colors on the dog become more black. And the overall image is enhanced, as the name suggests, so it automatically enhances the overall image. Right? The overall video clips order Speak. Now you can change the amount off enhancement that happens. So from 0 to 100 so you can see the difference. Let me just pull this at the beginning, so you can see if I don't this off. You can see how the hairs off the dog and the color of the drug is a bit grace right over here. So if I click on auto enhance, you can see the our dog becomes completely black and the color over here pops. So that's auto enhance 40. Right, So you can do that. And that will, although it medically do the best it can and enhance your video. We also have this a dedicated color tab over here. So if I click on it, you can see that we get a bunch of different options. So we have white balance we have done and we have three D Let so let me click on at once right over here. And as you can see, we have all the options that are available here inside of the advance panel. So what I'll do is I will always show you the advance panel and we'll work with the advance panel inside of the course. And all of these lighters, which are available normally inside the color panel here, are also available here so you can use either of them. But the advanced spending has a a few more sliders that you could work with, so I'll be showing you advanced panels inside of this course. The thing that I want to show you here instead of the other ones panel is the history Graham. So the program goes from dark so bright. So if we have a bright image, you would see the graph coming towards the right. And if we have a dark video clip or the dark image, you will see the instagram going towards the left. And let me just actually show you this. If I played a video Andi right about here. When the foot comes in, you can see the graph on the left start off rising or where the foot comes in and even more clearly, see this as the skies being blocked. So the whiteness. Also, the brightness also comes down, and I can clearly show you this if I goto this clip and this is an overall dark clip. So if I don't like Goto at once and as you'd expect, you can see everything is stacked up on the left side. So that's the history Graham for you, typically of well lit image. A well balanced image is where the history graham is there dissenter, and it is evenly spread. So when we are existing our sliders, not only we'll look at our image, but we'll also look at these program and will make sure that everything is evenly spread. Another thing that no, no mention here that if you come on over to the right, you have the show original option. So this will show you the original file without any effect. So let's say if I add a bunch of effects, let me just go ahead and quickly turn every slider. So this is with the color correction applied. And if I want to see the original one, what I can do is I can click on the icon and you can see that they shows me the original one alternatively, what you can do is you can use the baby button, and here we have a bunch of different options. We can sort of have a split view, which is this one right over here. So this is the before this is the after we have a side by side view, which shows us the entire of radio before and after this plate of you sort off. So shows you the video split in half. And you also have the split view, top and bottom. So this sort of splits the video at the top and bottom. And if we don't want this, we also have the disable comparison options. We select this, the comparison is disabled. Lastly, before end is we dont mention one more thing, which is the presets, that efficiency over here. So if I click on this, you can see that we have a bunch of different presets that you can directly apply to your videos. So either you can select them from a category or you can just like all presets and use them . So if I double click, you can see that that present is applied. I think the note here is that if you apply a preset, all the adjustment that you did manually will be overridden so I can go ahead and undo this . So everything that I did will come back so the present will be removed so you can undo and redo stuff using these two buttons right at the top. So that's all for this video. In this video, we took a look at the auto enhancement option. We also took a look at the History Graham and how you should read it. And we also took a look at the ad one Settings and the Radius settings that are Fillmore has to offer us in the next. Videos will dive deeper in do color correction. So that's all for this video and I'll see you guys in the next one. 50. Saving presets In Filmora: he hasn't welcome in this video on a doctor guys about saving your color corrections as a preset. So what I'll do is I will go ahead and double click on my clip under the color step. I'll goto advanced. And here let's say that I make a bunch of changes to my, uh, clip, and I have it looking the way I want. So I make changes to the temperature, tend and readies for the sliders. Right? And once I've done that, I'm happy with the settings that I made. What I can do is I can click on this saves preset so it asks me for my name. I'll give it a descriptive name, but for now I'll just click. OK, and a day ago my preset has been saved. Now what I can do is I can reset everything's I'll go ahead and reset everything, and I can goto presets right at the left. I can goto custom and here you see that my preset has been saved so I can double click to apply it. And the EU. My preset has been applied. So that's all for this video and I'll see you guys in the next one 51. White balance In Filmora: because I'm welcoming this video will talk about white balancing your videos. So let me double click on my clip and I'll go to at once. You can use the option here as well. But here under the ad, once you can see that I have two sliders under the white balance drop down. So I have def richer and I have a tent. So what you should do, while existing of white balance is you should look at the white part off the video and make sure that it is white. Now, in my case, you can see the tail of the dog is white. But if you see that it is off white or some different color, and you know for sure that this thing should be white So what you can do is at justice lighters off the temperature and tent and adjust them in such a manner that the object becomes white, which you know is white, right? So for me in this video, the object is white and it does appear white, so it won't make any difference. And it will a sort off make the really look bad. If I used the tent slider So for me, that's not something that I should do in white balance. But typically, white balance is usedto bring out absolute wipes where whites are present. Another thing that you can do under the white balance is you can change the temperature off the entire clip. So this is kind of a spring looking. They are normal temperature, right? And if I move the slider towards the left, you can see that it kind of gets this school with Daddy. Look, if I move this lighter towards two, right, you can see that it gets kind of this summary warm look, so you can at just those liners and give that kind of look to your clip. But as I mentioned, White balance is used to target divides and make sure that your whites in the videos are whites. So that's all for this video, and I'll see you guys in the next one 52. LUTs In Filmora: Hey, guys, I'm welcome in this video. We'll take a look at lots thief. Full form off lapse is look up tables. So other double click on my clip. Go to color. Good, Weird once and here you can see that I have the option for three D Let if I expand it. You can see that there are a bunch off. Ah, pretty fine. Let's available for me to use before we go ahead. I wanna mention one thing. That a lot is different from a preset. A preset is something that if you make changes to these sliders which are inside of film aura and with you see right over here and this save it as a preset. Those values will be saved and applied toe the clip. And next time, when you load that preset, this lighters will be moved accordingly and those values will be applied. But when it comes to lots, it does not depend on the sliders it applies are pretty, find color correction value directly on do the image itself. I hope that made sense, but there is a clear difference between a preset and a lot. So let me go ahead and show you the different let's that are available so you can use the mission. Impossible lot. So this is somewhat off a mission. Impossible team. And if a lot, you can use them off Thrones, so it gives you kind of this gray sh It applies this kind of a grayish color correction to your video, and this is not a preset, as I just mentioned, right? So what you can also do is you can load a new life. So if I scroll to the top, you can see I have this option. So if I click on it so you can select a lot file and you can load a new look that way. And there are done up lots available on the Web, you can download them and you can load it directly onto film. Or so as I mentioned, lots are different from pre Certs research. Just save the values off this lighters, but let's apply color correction directly on do your video. So that's all for this video on legs, and I'll see you guys in the next one 53. Color Tab: it hasn't welcome in this video. We'll talk about the color tab inside of color correction. So what I'll do is I'll double click on my clip. Goto advanced. And here, inside of the color tab, let me expand this. You can see I have a bunch of different options. I have exposure, brightness, contrast, vibrance and situation. So exposure and brightness are two different things, but they sort off achieved the same thing, meaning they darken and lighten your image. So let if I decrease the exposure, you can see that the overall exposure off the clip is decreased. And let me research this, and if I decrease the brightness, you can see the brightness defeat. But it happens in a different way, so you can see that the If I decrease the brightness, the image becomes more dark and but the colors are maintained. But if I do the same with exposure, you can see that the colors and the overall image get a little bit faded. So many said this moving on contrast works as you would expect, so it increases and decreases the contrast, vibrance and saturation. Now saturation will increase the color or decreased the color the amount off color, right? So if I increase it, you can see the color right here. And if I decrease it, you can see that now the color is gone. So that is saturation. And vibrance is the pop that the image has. So if I increase the vibrance, you can see that overall, the image becomes more sharp and more easy. So and pardon me if I am saying image every now and then I mean clip. And that's pretty much it when it comes to the color tab inside of color correction in Fillmore. So there. So for this video, and I'll see you guys in the next one. 54. Adjusting light In Filmora: Hey, guys, I'm welcome in this video. We'll talk about existing light inside off film or a in the color correction. So what we'll do is I'll go ahead and double click on the clip. I'll go to advance, and under the light tab, you can see that I have four sliders available to me. I have highlights shadows, whites and blacks. Now these two sliders at the bottom. Whites and blacks will affect divides and the blacks in in the video. So the weitz and black colors in the video, but the highlights and the shadows. What it will do, is it only the hell it's slider will only affect the bright parts of the image, and the shadows will only affect the dark part off Tim it So when we took a look at the color tab, if we increase the brightness, you can see the entire image being Brighton, right? But what if we don't want that we only one toe reduce the brightness off the bright parts, and we only increased the brightness off the dark parts so that can be achieved with the highlights and the shadows slider. So if I decrease the highlights, notice that it does not affect the entire image. It does sort of effect the ah dog just a little bit. But overall, the, uh, image where there are no trees where you can see the sky, that kind of gets affected a lot. And the same happens with the shadows, so it will effect the dark part. So if I do this, you can see the shadows, which is this one of the trees and everything will be calculated as shadows will be affected. And actually, what I'll do is let me click on Cancel and I'll come to this clip. So this would be a better example, right? So let me double click or to advance, and here will go to light. And what we want to do is we want to increase the shadows so you can see that we now can clearly see ah around the flames right and we can decrease the high lives. If we increase the highlights, you can see the intensity off the flame change, so that only affects the bright parts. And if we increase and decrease the shadows that only 50 dark parts. So this is a great way to start off. If you have a dark clip, you can give it a more bright look by changing the shadows rather than going and changing the brightness and exposure coming to the bottom two sliders, which is the whites and blacks they will affect. As I mentioned, the white color and the black color. So you 51 the black color here, Toby more black. What I can do is I can move this lighter towards the left or, if I want to be a bit light, I can move. It works, too, right? So that's how you're just the light under color correction in Fillmore are so they're so for this video and I'll see you guys in the next one. 55. HSL In Filmora: because and will come in this video we'll talk about the S l slider which stands for hue, saturation and lightness or you saturation and luminous thought we'll do is we'll double click will go toe under the color stab will go to advance And here I have the It is l tabs on expanded. And here what is happening is we have these colors to target. Now, unfortunately, Fillmore only has these colors that you can target. But let me show you the power off this sl's lighter. So notice that we have the roses as red colored. Right? So I have targeted the red color and what I can do is I can move this letter to the left and noticed the roses that they change their color. And I can also move the slider to the right. And now we have somewhat of a yellow rose. Right? So it you can go ahead and target any color which is bridled over here. And you can move the slider to change the targeted color. You can also change this saturation off the targeted color. So this all the three sliders will only work on and affect the targeted color and no color accepted. Right? So if I reduce this saturation, you can see that the yellow roses which were read previously where they are yellow now. So if we decrease the saturation, you can see the become black and white. If I increase the saturation, you can see that more comes, more color comes into play. Similarly, we have luminant sor lightness. So what Look this letter does is it sort of increases the lightness or the brightness off the affected color, So if I decrease it, you can see that it becomes a bit dull. If I increase it, you can see it pops a bit more. So let's go ahead and apply toe this second clip. Let's go ahead and change the edges. Everybody off the second clip and let's go and take a look. So I will cancel this Click on. OK, come to the second clip DoubleClick Goto advanced. Under it is l. And here I think we will target this color. Right, So that is the color off the flame. And unfortunately, as I already mentioned film or does only offer these colors Toby targeted, so we can only work with these colors So what I'll do is I will move this letter to the left so you can see the changes happening on. Do the entire video clip right and we can increase the saturation on. We can increase the luminous as well. So if I click on OK, let me render this clip so we know how to do that. I'll just select, click on the play head or the timeline and hit Enter. And now, if I give it to play, let's go and take a look. So, as you can see, it affects our entire video clip. So that is at yourself under color correction in film aura. So that's all for this video and I'll see you guys in the next one. 56. Vignette In Filmora: against Unwelcome In this video, we'll take a look at Winnie. It's under color correction in film aura. So let me go ahead and double click. My clip will goto color and we go to advance. And here, as you can see, I have ah vignette options. So if I expand this, you can see that it gives me a bunch of different sliders. So if I decrease the amounts later, you can see that the vignette comes into play. So this is the immediate effect. It kind of comes in from the edges and adds this overall kind of an effect to your video. You can change these size of the vignette. You can change the roundness. You can make it perfectly circular. If you want, you can change the feathers so you can make it perfectly circular on and have the sharp edges. And even further it out, you can change the exposure. So this effects the exposure inside of the video right and even also changed the highlights . So how much you want those sort of a shore inside of the vignette or showing the dark parts . So if you decrease it and nothing shows if you increase that. You can see that the, uh when he had becomes see through. So that's vignette under color correction in film aura. And there is an another way with which you can apply of in yet So let me show you that. So cancel this and OK going. Okay, We'll goto effects and will die appear Vignette here and you can see that we have the we neared appear as an effect. So what you can do is we can drag and drop the vignette. And if I never click, I have the two sliders available, Toby inside of the vignette effect. So I have the radius and I have the Alpha A slider. Now, not is that I don't have as much control that I had with the vineyard under color correction. So these are the two ways with which you can apply vineyards to your videos. So that's all for this video, and I'll see you guys in the next one 57. Rendering In Filmora: it wasn't welcome in this video will be taking a look at how you can render out your project and create the final video. So what if you do, is you can head over to the top and either click on the export button right over here? Or you can go to the export menu and click on any off the options. Now all of them land you on the same panel so it doesn't matter where you click. You will end up at the same place, right? So what I'll do is I'll click on create video. And here, as you can see, I am inside of the export panel and there's a mentioned you land upon the same place. So if you want to export to YouTube directly or female or you want to born D video directly onto a DVD, you have those options right over here. But I don't recommend using them. I recommend using the 1st 1 So here we have a bunch of different options that they should take a look before you go ahead and export out your videos. So the 1st 1 is the file formats. So and before is the most popular file formats are. Leave it at that. The 2nd 1 is the names. In my case. I live it at my video. The next one is the safe two locations, so I'll go ahead and change my safety location. Next we have the resolution, so we have neg. 20. By 10 80 you might have a different resolution, but for me it is this one, and it is an HD resolution. Next we have frame red, which is 25 frames per second, the expected size off the file and the duration off the video, right? So if I want to change the resolution or different read, what I'll do is I'll click on the settings button. And here we have the setting spaniel and we have weapons of different options. So for quality as you like, the best now not is what happens here. The bit rate changes, so keep an eye on the betrayed. So if I goto better, you can see that it changes to 1000. If I click on vest, it changes toe 10,000. The frame rate even changed the family from here, so I'll set it toe 29.97 FPs even since 2 30 of P s. If you want, you have the resolution. You can see the resolution from here. You can enter a custom resolution if you want, so I'll set it to 1920. Paternity. The video in quarter for me is it to 64 If you have ah, graphics card, it will show up here than going on on the audio and quarter. Living as is C audio channel is studio temple rate. Leave it at 44 100. Debate grid off audio. I recommend that you change it from 19 toto 3 20 k bps. Click on OK. And as you can see, the file size changed because we set it toe the high quality or the best quality. Right? So now if we go ahead and click on export, it will go ahead and create our video for us. So that's some for this video. If you have any questions, do let me know