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How To Edit Videos With Shotcut Video Editing Software

teacher avatar James Woo, Skills For A Better Life

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Lessons in This Class

42 Lessons (3h 32m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Download Stable Version

    • 3. Overview of Shotcut Layout

    • 4. Managing Files in Shotcut

    • 5. Convert Variable Framerate Video

    • 6. Basic Edits

    • 7. Start Editing on the Timeline

    • 8. Additional Functions on the Timeline

    • 9. Ripple Trim and Drop, Ripple Edit across all tracks

    • 10. Preview scaling and proxy files for smoother editing

    • 11. Creating And Adjusting Transitions

    • 12. Speed up or slow down clips

    • 13. Create a Video using Still Images

    • 14. How to add audio tracks

    • 15. How to Fade video and audio

    • 16. Make video play in Reverse

    • 17. Applying filters to clip, track and project

    • 18. Pan and Zoom Effect

    • 19. Add Text or Titles

    • 20. Adding text method 2

    • 21. Using Timeline Markers

    • 22. Rotate media and video clips

    • 23. Adjust Brightness And Feel With Colour Grading

    • 24. Create Picture-in-Picture (PiP) Effect

    • 25. Create Split Screen Effect

    • 26. Mirror Effect

    • 27. How to create Chromakey or greenscreen videos

    • 28. How to Blur or hide details using Mask

    • 29. Create Mosaic Blur

    • 30. Create An Animated Line On A Map

    • 31. 3 Dimension "Star Wars" Style Text Scroll

    • 32. Time Remapping And Speed Ramping

    • 33. Single Color Effect

    • 34. Create Gradient Effect

    • 35. How To Create Glitch Effects (Applicable To Titles Too)

    • 36. Cinematic Crop

    • 37. Circular Crop (Intro, Outtro, Transition)

    • 38. Recording Voiceover with Shotcut

    • 39. Audio Spectrum Visualization Effect

    • 40. Shotcut Update v20.09.13 - Additions To The Interface

    • 41. Create thumbnails from video

    • 42. Exporting your video

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About This Class

I designed this course to help you start video editing using Shotcut.

Jan 2022 - Class is updated with new lesson.

Shotcut is a free, cross platform video editor. It is easy to learn even if you have little or no experience. The software is powerful enough for intermediate level video creators.

The software runs on PC, Mac and Linux so you don't need to be concern about the computer you use.

These are the topics that in the course:-

  • How to get started quickly so you can start editing in a short time
  • Overview of Shotcut layout, and tools
  • Basic video editing like splitting, joining, transitions
  • Adding titles, annotation, and music,
  • Split screen
  • Exporting your video in high definition, HD
  • Picture-in-picture,¬†
  • Chromakey or greenscreen effect
  • Animated titles, 3D title scroll
  • many other cool things

You will be able to create your first video in approximately 60 minutes. 

Almost 3 hours of lesson designed in a way you can choose the necessary topics to get started. 

Once you know the basics, you can move on to more advanced techniques.

If you are new to video editing or to Shotcut, I suggest you watch the first few lessons. The title of the lesson will help guide you to a specific topic.

Towards the end of this class, I've included minor updates to Shotcut.

Even if you've never created videos before, this course will be able to help you get started fast. 

Get your video clips ready and lets start.

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James Woo

Skills For A Better Life


I’ve been an engineer and a business owner. I enjoy helping people with software, videos and online tools.

My aim is to teach you how to Leverage Tech to create Greater Impact in your life. 

Over two thousand people have taken my online courses on Skillshare alone. I believe that anyone can master the tech world with some training and an open mind.

Besides my courses here, there are articles and videos on my website and my YouTube channel where you can learn how to master other software and tools to help you be more effective in your life or your business.

Feel free to connect with me too.



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1. Introduction: Hi, my name is James and I'm the instructor for the shortcut training. I've been creating videos, scenes to 000 nine, and I use a wide variety of video editing software. Now shortcut is one of my favorites because it has a good balance between features as well as ease of use. I've actually taught large number of people to use a shortcut. People with no background at all, never done a video as well. If you are new to video editing, Reza Shah, I'm going to cover things right from the beginning, running through the user interface. And the simple steps of putting a video together, things like transitions and titles, as well as adding sounds. And when you're ready to move into something more advanced, things like doing between pictures, please Khin video, chroma key and create other cool effects as well. If you have used a shortcut default, these costs may also help you because we will cover some of the more advanced things like keyframes, thinks I'm making texts reveal, split-screen video, and other things that can actually enhance your video. I've broken the course into small, bite-sized lessons so they can actually proceed as fast as you want. If you are totally new, I believe you will be able to pick up shortcut within maybe around an hour to have all the basics and start creating your videos. I look forward to seeing you in the cost less nice straight line. 2. Download Stable Version: In this video, we're going to have a way to download shortcut and what our versions that you can install on your computer. Now the official way to download shortcut is on a or you can also download it from this website called shortcut dot or IgG. But the sites are places you can download the official versions of shortcut. I'm just going to go back to Now right here, there's a big range. Click the download. So if you can click to download this taken to this page called the download page. And at the time of this recording, which is sometime in September 2020 one are the recommended stable version is 21.03.21. Okay, So you can actually click on the Windows Installer here or windows portable. Click on any of these options and then you can actually save it. So let's say I'm just going to save it and the shortcut when 26 and a CV, okay, So issued by the fast. Now this also link whole news where you can actually try newer versions of shortcut. For example. The latest version as of September 16 is version 21.09 by one tree, right? So this is the newer version. So do take note that here it mentioned that the main purpose of this vision is to fix major bucks in the previous version because 21.08 and we hope to become the new recommended stable version. All right, so you'd have to take note because the 21.03 ISA stable version. Okay. Depending on when you see this recording, maybe shortly after this, they could be the 21.09 could be the stable version. But I do take note that there is a stable version and they are some of these newer versions which has some of the latest features and might have occasionally some instability. So do take note of that. So if you're using it for crucial projects, then my vices still go for stabilization. If you are planning to try new things, you can actually use these versions as well. Now the good thing about shortcut is that you can have more than one version on your computer. So you can actually use, install both end, use whichever ones as most of the book. So before you install anything, before you try anything, always read the warning signs here. For example. Like example, this is one warning sign, right? Projects created in this version, okay, at that time when this was released, cannot be directly loaded by a previous version. Which means if you create a video at that time, at the launch of this 21 by phi I may sometime this year. And you want to down, and you have some projects creator with this version. And then you want to use the older version or the stable version. Then the stable we should will not be able to open this project. So if your projects very shortly, some minor edits is not a problem. However, if you have done maybe hours of edit, then and this version wasn't stay where at a time then you may be a lot of wasted effort. So do take note and read all the warnings. So let's go and download this. Let me show you. This is the GitHub page to download this latest version. These are the files for shortcut for Linux and form. Right now you want to go for other releases. You can try this as well. Click on the Release tab. So you can go for 21.08. So basket leader's vision here, I'm going to save it for the here. I prefer to save it on the sauce. Okay, Very quick. Let's install it. So 621.8 or nine. Click on, I agree. Now this is where you want to maintain a modern one wish and this is where you make some changes. I'm going to browse and I'm going to browse to Here, program files, make a new folder. So I'm just going to call this nice shortcut 21.2109. Okay. Let's go back. Let's browse and low-fi that folder. Okay, so this is the shortcut folder. Now, click on Next. You have the option of either remove OP o program file. So if you do not want to remove it and click that, click on Install start menu, okay, leave it, installed it. So the installation is complete. Click on Close. And let's look for the new software here. Yep, so this is the latest version. So that's where you download shortcut and equity how to install more than one version of shortcut. Now once you have done that, if you want to use the older versions of shortcut, Let's give it over to you to these two here. Okay, So let's say I want to use an older version of shortcut 21.06. Click on this directory. There will be a link to this Ashoka. You can actually fire this up. I'll click on this. And actually, if your computer is have enough memory and advocate a CPU, you can actually run two different shots at the same time. Okay, So this is version 21.06 I have here. This is version 21.09. Okay. It's not recommended that you do this, but just to show that it can be done. All right, so with that, let's get your files install and less die straight into the lessons. 3. Overview of Shotcut Layout: In this video, I'll give you an overview of the shortcut layout so that you know where things are located and sort of gave you the bearings when you understand using these software. Now when you first open shortcut, you will see is something like this n, This is actually the default layout. Will look at the layout. You can actually divide it into four general areas. And within this area here they are playlists, filters, and properties. Directly at the center here is also a preview window and you can also determine your new projects and your recent projects. On the right you have your audio meter and also some recent files, if you open any, right? And right at the bottom is actually the timeline, okay? And here is actually a bunch of menus, as well as the menus for your timeline as well. Now, over here, there's also a tab for your keyframes and the menu is a little bit different. Okay, so let's go back to the timeline. Now, under settings, There's a few things that you can do. If you go to your settings, you can actually go to choose a different theme. Now the default is actually the fusion team. There is also a system team and a fusion like Tim. Thus future water diffusion like Tim, Chicago requires a restart to change team. So let's click on yes. And this is the fusion like team. As you can see, the icons are all dying color and this team is bright. All the icons here are also dark. I'm going to switch over to the system team to give you an idea. And here the icons a little bit more colorful, and this is on Windows 10. I went forward. I will use this system team because the icons are little bit more colorful and you can see things a little bit better. Now first, right in the center here is some things you can set your projects folder, your project name, and your video mode. Now you can actually set this later at the final and you want to save something, or you can also save here right now, Let's set our projects folder. Click on it. Now the present folder is document video training shall current version 21 and row. Okay, So if I'm happy with this, I can just select the folder by volunteers, change it, I can just change it to a different folder and select this. And you can see that Project's Folder, which means your shortcut far the dot MLT firewall. Be safe in this folder. You can give your project a name right now or give it a little bit later. So let's just put the S and assemble project. Okay? Now the next point here is the video mode. Now usually the video mode is set to automatic as a default. However, you can also set it to any of these other modes as well, as well as to set it as a customer as well. Okay. If you set it to automatic, your first video clip that you bring into shortcut, R will determine your video mode. For example, if you bring in any footage that is high-definition, 10 ADP at 25 frames per second. Then Chicago said that S the video model. Alternatively, you can also set it right now so that you set the video mode. Now if you're not sure for a start, I suggest that you leave it as as automatic. However, they could be some instances that you want to set it say yes. 4. Managing Files in Shotcut: In this video, I want to show you the importance of making sure your media files as you edit your videos is in a folder and you don't make changes or change names to your media files or to the folder. Okay. So let me just show you what I mean. Now I have these three video clips here in this folder called document video and sample folder. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to put these files into the playlist in shortcuts and let me just pause it. Okay. And let me just place these other two clips into shortcut as well. All I'm doing is actually dropping, dragging and dropping the cliffs into the list. So right now I have this attractive share. Okay. Just ignore the name. Blue sky evening and Plano hit, Okay? And I'm going to save this. Let's click on Save. And I'm going to save this in a sample folder, and I'm going to call this project and assemble project. Okay? So simple project is just the MLT file that shortcuts saved all your ideas, every thing that you are putting, the arrangement, the trims and etc. Okay, so let me just go back to this folder here. So now I have this attractive and assemble project. I'm going to close our shortcut. Okay? And I'm gonna change the name of this, adopt click to say too. So essentially it's the same file. So I'm going to open my shortcut again. Now you'll notice that there is a fall and a warning that comes up. They say they are missing files in your project. Okay, Now, if I were to just click on Open, then they will be missing files. So what you need to do is actually to click on this, double-click on this, and then locate the file. For example, I know that this is the DoubleClick, so I'm just going to click on OK. And you'll notice that the green checkmark comes up. So you click on, Okay, so which means that shortcut has been able to locate that file. You'll notice now that the file is there. And one other thing is that you take a look at this. You'll notice that Eclipse shortcut has created a new project file, colleagues progenitor sample project dash, repair dot MLT. Okay. If I save it, then a new file will be created. Let's go back and take a look at this folder here. So you now, now know that there is a sample project. This is repelled. Now one other thing as well I want to show you is this. Now this sample project files do not contain your media. Ok? So for example, the video clips are pretty large. This is like 32 megabytes. Describe is 27 megabytes. Whereas the project files the dot m multifaceted, very small, usually only tens or hundreds of kilobytes. And that's because all it contains is the information about the edits that you have done, the filters, the title, okay? So when you're editing your video is very important not to move clips around. That way. If you want to remedy any video, you don't have to go look around where you have placed your clips. Or worse come to worse if you had deleted that clip, then you wouldn't be able to create your project or you wouldn't be able to edit that video anymore. 5. Convert Variable Framerate Video: In this video, I will show you how to use the convert, edit a friendly function in a shortcut and why you should use them. Okay, so first I'm just going to open a file. And this file is actually a file that is being shot with a smart phone or video clip that's been shot with a smartphone. So this is the clip. I'm just going to open it. Okay, As usual, that clip is playing. However, you notice that this window comes up which is converted to edit friendly. Okay, now what is this? Now this file Shiga says that it is a variable frame rate and not reliable for and U12 converges if you do not want to convert it and just click on cancel. If you want to convert it, then you have the option of choosing a good, better, best, okay, now usually for my projects I just think we good, which is pretty much good enough. However, if you want better quality or your one to your video to look the best, you can actually go for the best, which is lossless format. Okay? So I'm just going to stick with good and click on. Okay. Now, a window opens up and shortcut ask you where you want to save this file again so you can actually select any directory that you want, okay, So I'm just going to leave it in this directory and click on save. So shortcut is converting these fall into a fixed frame rate fall, okay? And if you put this down onto your timeline, you'll notice that this is the converted file, right? And if you go to your Properties, you can see that this is a fixed frame rate. Okay? Now, let me open another example, but this time I'm going to cancel the conversion. Okay? I'm going to open this one. Ok and click on cancel. So I'm just going to pause the video. Now, if I go to your Properties, you see that this file here in the source window has a variable frame rate, and this is quite common with most video shot with the smartphone. I can also use this on the timeline. However, if you want to convert this, now, you can also do that by hitting back to your Properties tab. Click on, Convert. The same menu comes up as well. Click on, Okay. And again, shut, close, ask you where you want to save this. And if you want to change the name to something else, you can also do that. And then click on Save and click on Yes. Right? So it is converting this file. So you have a video clip that is very long then this may take some time. However, it is quite short, then it will just take a few moments. And one editing, you notice that this file now is automatically replace with this converted click. Okay? So and you'll notice that if you check on the properties again, now that this is a fixed frame rate video, okay, so that's all about this cannot edit friendly feature in shortcut. 6. Basic Edits: In this video, I'll show you how to do some basic edits in the source window itself without even touching the timeline. So I'm just going to open a file and I'm just going to use this font. Okay, I'm going to pause it. Okay. Now on this as source window, you'll notice that your play head is here. And if you click on play, on the play head will move. Okay? And this is the beginning of your video, and this is the end. You can actually trim your video with these buttons here from the beginning or from the end. All you have to do is to click on it and drag it. Okay? And essentially you have actually trimmed off the front of the video. You can do the same as well for the back as well. So select this triangle icon, drag it to the left. And essentially you're actually trimming the back end of that video. And the reason why you want to trim the video is so that you shorten the video to the path that you want before you drag it down onto the timeline. Otherwise, it may be inconvenient to do so. For example, if you have a two minute long video and you just want, say, 10 seconds pre-training. It is much better than dragging the entire video onto your timeline and then trimming, okay? Now there's also another way to trim the video. You can actually move the play head to the position that you want. Okay, let's say this is the position there are wines. I can press on I, on my keyboard to set the in point. And you notice that that triangle jump from there to there to send the in point. Okay? I can also move here to set, press on o to set the out point. I can also move up of this position and press O to set the out point as well. Okay, So this is the second method of setting that trim point. Now, another way you can actually set the trimming is to play the video. I'm going to play this. And then I'm going to quickly either press on I, O, on my keyboard and you'll notice that this triangle jumps as well. Okay, So let me just reset this was and click on play and press on I on my keyboard and you'll notice it will trim it. And the pressure. Now, if I want to change my mind, I want today is it says, Okay, next I'm going to press O on my keyboard. And you can notice that it will jump to there. If I change my mind and I went to 0 again, it changes. Okay, So these are three ways to do some basic ideas on your video by trimming it first. And you can actually do two things after this. You can actually bring this trimmed version onto your timeline. Okay, So this is a much shorter video because we have trimmed this. The original source video is 21 seconds long. Here is only about the din seconds. Another thing is if you want to quickly export your video, you can go to your export tab. And you can actually just export from your sauce that things that you have trimmed. Okay, so that's all about doing some quick edits in shortcut. 7. Start Editing on the Timeline: In this video, I'm going to cover some basic edits on the timeline. So I have this clip here on my source window. I'm going to place this clip on the timeline. There are two ways to do that. First is to use this append to their current track. Just going to click on it. And, and this clip is added to the timeline. So you can see in the project now it is in the project tab. And you can see this girl riding and an event. Now I'm going to select this clip now. Now there's another way to place your clips on a timeline, which is to take the clip and drag it down onto the timeline like this. Okay, So this is the second way of putting things on that timeline. Now, in the timeline, there are a few things that you can do now to trim that video, but you need to do is just to glow to the back of that video, you notice that your mouse changes to an arrow. You can actually select that and move it to the left. To trim that video. You can retrieve that video by hovering over to the end and then dragging it out as well. So that is trimmed at the video again. You can do the same thing at the beginning as well, and hover with the mouse and do that. Next, I'm going to select the clip and move it. Now to move clips around, what you can do is just to select it with your mouse and then you can actually drag it to the left or to the right. You can place the clip so that it goes back to back their way when you play the video, there wouldn't be any doubt section. Okay. Now you'll leave a gap in between. And then you play the video. They will be a section that is DAC. And then of course it comes back to this. If you want to move the clip lessee this clip to the back, or you need to do is just to drag, select this and drag it to the back. You can also do that. Split a clip or you need to do is to move your play to the position that you want to split a clip and then make sure your clip is selected. And your clip is selected. There is going to be a faint red lines surrounding the box here. So you know that this is the selected clip. You can use this to split the clip, split at play. And now you have two clips, one on the left and one on the right. After you split the clip, you can delete this. And there are two types of delete. One is lift, okay, which is using this icon here. When you lift this clip is taken off. However, the clip at the bottom doesn't move. Let me undo that. I'm going to undo that by using this icon here. All right, Another way to remove the clip is use ripple, delete, and a rapidly works best. For example, if you have cliffs like this, you went to the d, this and close up that gap. Okay, I'm going to use this to ripple delete. You notice that the subsequent clip closes up this spot so that there is no empty space. Okay, so that is ripple, delete. I'm going to undo that and lift the clip here. Now, append adds a clip to the back of that track. It doesn't matter where the location of your play head is at the moment. So let's put this, I'm going to select this click here. Okay? And I'm going to press a pen. And notice that now this clip here has been added to the back. I'm going to undo that. And I'm going to place my playhead here again. This time I'm going to overwrite the clip, okay? When you override the clip, shortcuts going to place the clip here and this section of the cliffs, depending on how long is the duration of the clip that you want to use Anki. So he has written from here to here. All right, so there's some basic edits. I'm going to undo that. Now you can also copy and pasting using this icon over here. So let's say I am going to copy this clip here. Okay, this could be that go in the elephant. Let's say I went to retrieve this first. Okay, just to make it shorter, I'm going to copy this section and place it at the frontier. So select this, go to copy. Copy to the sauce. All right, so place a plate at the front and then click on Paste. Now this pace, we shift the following clips to the right. The rest of the clips have shifted to the right. I'm going to undo that. There's another feature that I want to show you, which is this toggle snapping. Now, let me at the moment, toggle snapping is turned on. So when I move this clip here, you notice that it moves this way. However, as I place it closer, it will sort of stick to that or a magnet to the end clicked and close up that gap. Okay? Now, if you turn this off, okay, I can move it away. However, when a movie Close it doesn't pull it in and close that gap. Okay. Another way toggle snapping works is on a different video tracks. I'm just going to give a brief overview about video tracks right now by going to cover are having multiple tracks in the next section. Okay, so first I'm going to add a video track. All right, so I have a video track V2. Let me show you what snapping can do when you have more than one shred. I'm going to take this clip and place it on top here. Remember that toggle snapping is turned on. So let me drag this up. Okay. Toggle snapping will also make this a straight line. Okay? It is exactly at a point. Now, if my toggle snapping is turned off, then this doesn't snap to this line, okay, between the bottom, clipped ended, top click. All right, so I can actually move it wherever I want. Now, let me zoom in this, zoom into the timeline. You can actually see this much better. All right, now we're focused at being turned on. It is very easy to snap to that position. All right, and finally, these are the zoom buttons. Whenever you enter zoom out of the timeline, which means you want to see more of that timeline, okay? Or Zoom In, which means you want to see a closer look. So meaning allows you to trim or split a clip right at a position. If your, let's say you want to split somewhere around here. If you have zoomed in, you can see that. And even like this is quite hard to see. However, if you zoom right in, that it is much easier to see that zoom timeline to fit, which means when you press it, chateaux zoom this to fit the entire timeline. Okay, So these are some basic edits on the timeline. 8. Additional Functions on the Timeline: This video, I will show you some extra functionalities on the timeline. So I have here two clips on my attract and train a V1. Now Raqqa at the beginning you'll notice that there are three icons. The first one is to lock a track and you love to try. It means that you cannot edit anything on the track. You can't move it, you can trim it. And it is used if you have completed your edit and you do not want to accidentally move anything on the track. So you can actually lucky. Next is the icon to mute this. And this is useful if you have audio on a certain trait which you do not want. For example, I have audio on this clip here. Let's play, this is just an HTTP traffic noise. So by muting it, I could have a voice aware the bottom or some music. Finally, the third icon is hiding. Hiding it means turning this entire track off. It is as if this entire track does not exist and is particularly useful if you have more than one video tray. Okay, let me turn it on, but let me just add a video track first. Click on this to add a video track. So this is V2. Let's say that I have this tray at the top. Okay. All right. So this is a different scene, right? Let me mute the two tracks with a play that is point. You are seeing the tray at the bottom. And once the plate moved to this point, you are seeing the track at the top. Hiding or unhide. The track at the top allows you to see what's on the triangle below. That way you can adjust your edits accordingly. Not OB, to use high ISA, you may have a logo here. So on the track V2, I wish you do not want to export for certain particular website, then you can actually place all your logos on the track V2 and then hide this fostered and export Anthony on for Southern exports. Okay. Next, the track operations. I've already shown you how to add a video track. You can also add audio track the same way and the audio track comes to the bottom. Okay, let me just undo that. But now that you can make your tracks taller or shorter by going to this option here. If you make the tracks shorter, it will look like this. It is useful when you have many tracks that you are editing a while. You still want to have space to see what you are editing on this preview window, okay? So usually I use my tracks at this high and if you want to see things closer, you can also make your high, even taller. Alright? There's also a menu here to select everything on your timeline. So you see here they're, all clips are selected. Let's go back to the menu here and go back to select None. All right, so the other options here as well, our ripple or tracks, which I'll explain shortly, show audio waveforms if you went to see the waveforms and as well as showing the video tambien, okay, So at the moment it is melted so you don't see the waveforms. So you can also hide their waveforms. So there is no waveform. I suggest that you leave this on because then you know that sudden facts have audio. Otherwise, as you add it and you are using more than two or three tracks, then you may wonder way the sound is coming from right. Next is this option to show video thumbnails. If you hide these, then you won't see any Tammy as they're okay. If you turn it on, you can see the video Tom years. Right. Now. These are a few icons here, talks about timeline markers, including this as well, and that is explained in a different video. Please look for the video called time-like Mockus. Alright, so one final thing is selecting multiple clips. Now, if you want to select more than one click, you can select this. All right? And assuming you're going to select all these clips here on track V1, you can go to the end, press Shift on your keyboard, and then click on your mouse and all four tracks are selected. Okay, let me undo that. Now if you just want to select sudden clips, then you can also use Control on your keyboard. Let's say I want to select this clip, this clip and this clip. I'm going to press first, select this, press Control on my keyboard and pressing it down. Press this one and say press this one. Okay? And now this tree trunks are being moved. Okay, so that's all about these more advanced features on the timeline. In a shortcut. 9. Ripple Trim and Drop, Ripple Edit across all tracks: In this video, we will cover ripple, trim, interrupt, as well as report edit across our tracks. First let's go with repo treatment drop. I'm going to turn all this off. What the report trim and drop dust if you turn it on, is that allows you to insert things and it automatically, it pushes your clips to the right so that you don't worry things. Let's see, I went to place this clip here. So right now it is this as seen on the archaea LCC. Here is a go in an elephant. All right, so let's just place this clip on the back here. Let's say I went to insert the clip over here, and we're going to insert this deer in the zoo. See this part to this point. This point to this point over here. Right in the middle here. We reboot trim and drop function turned on. I can just drag this in and place it right in between the line here. And for subsequent clips are pushed to the right. Let me undo that. Maybe this is turned off. Doing the same thing with overwrite clip. I'm going to undo that. Now. There's nothing as well, but let me turn this on. Now. Let's say I wanted to move this clip to the right. It makes some space. So if I select this and move my clip to the right, the subsequent clips are pushed to the right. With this turned on. Let me undo that. Now if I've turned this off, if I do the same thing, what happens is a transition will happen. So these are some key things to watch out for review are using this repository men drop. I'm going to undo that. Next. I'm going to talk about this report across our tracks. Let's bring this clip onto the timeline here. And I'm going to bring it to the top. Make them longer, make it longer. Here are some, some gears and this one is subtract off key SLCC. If I leave this off, Let's see, I went to do a split. Let me do another split. Let's say I went to do a report delete. By doing this. You put the limits when I delete this clip here, we're close up to get the cliffs at the bottom. Doesn't move. Let me undo that. Now if I do report across our tricks with this turned on, once I delete this, you'll notice that this track here, we'll also this section below this block wall, so it will be deleted. Select this, do a ripple delete. Notice that let me undo that. Let me redo that. So you can see again, select this, do a ripple delete. What it means is that if you have selected this shortcut will delete everything along vertical, right? Today is the top track where the bottom you will delete everything at the same time. That's the function of a repo delete. Now, when you are using both in conjunction, things change again. You have to pay attention to this array. Let me just undo the split here. Alright, so this is the clip. And I'm going to turn ripple trim and draw on as well as reported this across our trucks. Alright, let's go back to this clip you on it. Let's say I wanted to put this into, in between these two sections. Again, between this clip and this clip, I'm going to drag this down and this in-between. All right. The threat on the right is pushed back. At the same time it has actually opened up a space for this section. Yes, split the clip on top and open up the space. So pay attention to this. When these two things are turned on or off, you can change the effect on the clips on your timeline. 10. Preview scaling and proxy files for smoother editing: In this video, I will cover the previous scaling as well as the proxy future in shortcut. Now what these two features does is it allows you to edit your videos much smoother because users and create a smaller file sizes as you edit and preview your project. So let me show you what I mean by that. I'm going to open a file and this is just the original clip. So this is the original claim in shortcut. This is 1920 by ten the pixels. This is the full HD video. Now, when you take a look at this video, the resolution of this video is just a fraction on probably 1 third or a quarter of full HD. It doesn't really make sense for shortcut to use a lot of resources to display the entire window. One way that you can actually just display a smaller version is to use a previous scaling. And to do that, go to Settings and go to previous scaling. And you can actually select smaller resolution video, for example 540. Or even say, I went to India. If you have a select either of these, you'll notice that somewhere here, previous scaling is on 720. You know, right now, shortcut is displaying an image that is half the size of EGD. The playback will be smoother, especially if your computer is marginal in terms of hardware. For example, my computer is pretty up-to-date, so I don't have any issues with displaying full resolution video. However, when you add effects like transitions or SE tax, then there could be some lag. And using previous scaling can reduce or eliminate that leg. You can actually select whichever previous scaling that you want. You'll notice that there will be some loss of resolution when you post a video compared to say, are not using previous scaling. Notice these images so much sharper. Now to go to proxy, you can click on Settings again and there is a proxy. And you can turn proxy on and off. Let's use proxy and going to turn it on. Proxy feature is turned on. So you'll notice here is proxy is on at five for d. What Proxy does is he creates smaller versions of that file. If you only works when you place the source window either in the playlist or in the timeline. I'm going to open another clip here, just to show you. Open this one. Pause it. Let's put this clip onto the playlists. You'll notice on the jobs. A job will be created where shortcut is creating a proxy, video clip. Shortcut is making a proxy. If I place this clip onto the timeline, right now, you'll see the word proxy is there. Let me just shorten this. Another way is to open the floor and then paste it onto the timeline. Shortcut will also create that Roxy. Again, you see that proxy being created. Some other settings in proxy. Let's go back to proxy. You can actually set your storage where proxy files are saved. For example, the moment I've actually created this folder and the shortcut and proxy. So all the proxies are stored in this folder or directory. You can actually use any directory that you like and tell our shortcut there too stiff your proxy files. There's also another way you can use proxy clips. I'm just going to go back to settings, go to proxy and proxy off. Now you'll notice that now shortcut isn't using proxy eclipse. This is my original clips. There weren't proxy is gone. Let's open a file and less accurate. This one here. I'm going to drag the clip onto the timeline. Now let's say you are editing. You'll notice that this particular clip or any particular clip is creating some legs. What you want to do is create proxy for that particular clip. All you have to do is select the clip, go to properties, go to proxy, click Create, click on Link proxy. Shortcut welcoming a proxy and you notice that there are proxy is created, which means that this claim Chicago have a proxy for it, whereas the other clips are the original clips. One final thing, if you go to settings, you go to proxy. In terms of hardware encoder, if you're not sure, you can just leave it. If you know that your computer has a strong enough graphics or cat or GPU, you can select, use hardware encoder to configure that. Click on configure hardware encoder, and click on detect shortcut. We're actually detect whichever how they're encoded that you have. Then there is, go back to your proxy and use hardware encoder. The next time. Shortcut script a proxy, you will use your graphics card to create that box. You'd not much faster time. That's all about using previous scaling and proxy files in shortcut. 11. Creating And Adjusting Transitions: In this video, I will show you how to do a transition. So to do a transition, you can either even need to have the clip selected. And all you need to do is to drag one clip over to the other, end. A transition happens, okay? So this is a cross dissolve. Okay, let me undo then. You can drag the second clip over to the Fast Click. Same thing happens is as well. So this is a transition. Okay? So let me undo that. Now. There's also another way that you can do a transition. And this only works if, let's say the clip, one of the clips has been trimmed. Okay. Now when the clip has been trimmed means if you were to extend it, There's an extra media. Okay. You are extending the retrieving the video clip. Okay. So for this clip me that yes, it has been trimmed. So another way to do transition is to just hover your mouse added to the beginning, to the end of the clip. And in this case is at the beginning in the green bar shows up. You can select it with your mouse and drag it to the left. So you can also create a transition that way. Okay, So let me undo that. Now for this clip on the chemically, he hasn't been trimmed. So there's a hidden no extra media for, for you to create transition. So even if I hover over it and the red bar comes up, I can't drag it to the right because there's just no media to create transition for this clip with a camel. Alright, so do take note of that. So let's do a transition by selecting this way again, by overlapping it. Okay? And you can actually adjust your transition. Just left-click and select that transition. Then go to the Properties tab, and you will see here the type of transition. So right now the video is using this off and audio is CrossFit. There are other options as well depending on the type of transition that you choose. Okay, So for these off, there's no other options and a view and adjust the length of that transition. You can actually hover over to the transition and kind of drag it to the left or to the right. That way you can adjust the length of that transition, okay, now to change to a different tribal transition, to click on this video here, you can do different types, for example, bar horizontal, okay? So Bob horizontal will have extra options for Y as well as the softness. Okay? So this is bar, horizontal bar basically move across the screen from the left to the right. Okay? So if you do the invert, the transition will happen, okay, in the reverse manner, they are not. The softness refers to this line. If I move the softness all the way to the left, you'll notice that this is becomes a hotline. Okay? If you move it to the more to the right and you kind of have a blend effect, okay? So the line becomes software, so that refers to the softness. Okay? So there are various type of transition as well that you can try. Now, if you were to remove a transition, what you need to do is just to select the transition. I click on either lift or remove. Okay, let's do a remove. So when you remove, it will close up that gap. Okay. Let me undo that. If you were to lift. Good. They said there's a gap being left dead. And if you went to just restore back the eclipse to this original position, you can do that. Okay, restore the clip. So the day. Why are these origins length? So that's how you restore that transition. Okay? So that's all about creating transitions and adjusting transitions. 12. Speed up or slow down clips: In this video, we'll show you how to speed up or slow down our video clips in a shortcut. So I have here a video clip of a scene. And these are just some cars passing and you see some people working and they are moving at a normal speed. Okay, so I'm just going to move the play head back here. Now to change the speed, or you need to do is to select the clip, head on over to the Properties tab and click on it. If your Properties tab is not open, click on the Properties tab on the top to open this tab over here. Okay? And then right at the top here you see the speed. And the speed at the moment. Default speed is L1 x, okay? 1 are, they are zeros, zeros at the back, but an x. So this is one X, the normal speed. Okay. And you saw shows you the duration. And as well as the Properties tab will show you a bunch of other details about that video. To make the clip play faster. You can change this, or you can change it by clicking on the button up. And the higher the number of X, for example, to two means is twice as fast as the regular speed. Once you have done, then you can click on Apply. And then you'll notice now that clip is shortened, okay? Because the lung has shorten or the duration has shot. If you pay, you notice that the people here are moving at double speed. Okay? Now if you want to change it back to the original speed, you can use the arrow pointers or you can also just type it in straight away and hit apply. And you'll notice that the clip has lengthen back to the regular length. Okay? Now one thing you have to be very careful, okay, Let's turn this back to it at twice the speed. Okay? Now one thing you have to be careful is that if you have an eclipse here, okay, let me just move this clip over here. Alright, say somewhere here. Now you change this back to a regular speed. Or if they say yes, slow down this clip and mix the video clips or longer, you will actually override the clips behind. Okay, so let's change it back to one and keep an eye on this video clip here. You will notice that you all right, the clip behind. Okay? No, now, the girl and the elephant is just a very, very short clip over here. Okay, so let me undo that. These are the things that you need to pay attention to. Now one other thing that I want to show is actually the pitch compensation over here, right? So this is my normal clip here that I am playing it one time, one speed irregular. Let's play. In this video, I'm going to talk about the lenses that are used to make my videos regular speed. Now if I want to change it to twice the speed. Okay? And for now I am leaving the pitch compensation unchecked. Now let's take a listen a lot longer than that sounds like me talking like a monk. If I check pitch compensation. Now, you notice that my pitch doesn't change, although I speak a lot faster until the lenses are used to make my videos. Okay. That's how you speed up and slow down a clip in shortcut. 13. Create a Video using Still Images: In this video, I will show you how to make our video with still images. So I have a few images already in my playlist. Ok, so these are the images. So to create a video, it's still images is pretty simple. You need to do is drag down your images onto the timeline as you would any video clip or any media kit key. And you can arrange them as you would like. Okay, so I have a few images here now onto that. There's on the timeline now. And each image is about three seconds long. Okay? Now if you want to adjust this image to make it longer, or you can just hover over to the end of that clip and drag it to the right to trim it and make it longer and tick. Or you can also just hover to the end and make it shorter. Trimming it as you would any video clip. Okay, So Let's do that. I can extend this, okay? And I can also just create a transition. And to do a transition as similar to doing a transition to vid video. Or you need to do is to select the clip and all lipid and you have a transition. And adjusting that transition is similar to adjusting a transition as you would any video. Now you can also do splits, which is, as you will split a video clip. So just select the clip and I just click on Split here to split it at a playhead and then you have two sections. Okay? I'm going to undo that. You can also do a split using right-click and splitting it as well. Okay? So these are the similar things as in creating a video with still images. Now if I were to export this section here, I would get a video clip with the images playing this way, okay, with a transition. And you can also mix video with still images together with video. So let me just drag this down here. Okay, I'm going to select this. So this is the video of a gone and elephant. Okay? So you can combine both. And your video will have a section which is still images, and a section that has a video clip. And you can also have transitions between still images and video clips as well. It works the same way. All right, so this is just creating a basic video with still images that you want to do pan and zoom our cover that in another video. That is where you will use a key-frames and size and position filters. Have you covered this in the slightly more advanced section in creating motions section. There'll be a link to the video or do dissection in the description of this video lesson. 14. How to add audio tracks: In this video, I will show you how to add an audio track in a shortcut. So I have this clip here. First. I'm going to put this clip onto the videos on track. Okay, So this is a caveat entire 38 seconds. Let me just zoom out a bit. Next, I'm going to open a file and I'm going to open audio track. And in order to add audio tray, right-click and add an audio track here. And you see the add audio track comes below the video track, and this is y1. I'm going to drag this audio track onto track A1, which is the audio section. Okay, and you can see that it is actually pretty logged audio here. So now let me just play this. You may be a little bit on the long side. So basically you have added an audio track onto A1. And in order to do trims, it looks similar to a trimming or splitting a video clip. So let me just move to somewhere here. And I'm going to split this k and split it at the playhead. I'm going to move this psi and can actually just lifted or report the leads or whatever. Okay, So that has been deleted. All right. So basically that's how you add an audio track into shortcuts. And you can have actually multiple or you can add another one as well. Then we just add another audio track and move this up so you can see that there's another additional audio track and you can actually layer your audios like double layer your video, shortcut. 15. How to Fade video and audio: In this video, I will show you how to create a fits in video clip as well as fits in audio as well. Now I have this clip here. Okay, so to create a fit, there are two ways. So I'm going to show you the first way. And the first way is by using filters here. So let's click on Add Filter, an adult for your video, okay, and allow for the fit in video, okay? So this fade in and fade out video, okay, now there's also a star here on the left. And you create a star which means you actually putting it into your favorites. Okay? So for example, I have fade in and fade out as my favorites. Okay? So if I want to unfavorite them, I can actually click on the Start Here and then you would go disappear. Okay, so you can put it back onto your favorite by going into fade in and clicking on the start to the left. Okay, so let's go and add a filter now. And we're going to click on this and throw it away. You'll notice that there is this black triangle at the beginning, okay? And here you see the duration. So this duration is for 1 second, okay? So you will fade from the police to the n. So you will fade from dark and as you play, it will become brighter. Okay? So let me pause that. Now you can adjust this timing here. K, For example, if you want it to be longer, you can just add, OK. And you can also just key in, say for example, 0 to two seconds. Okay? So there's two seconds duration that you want to do a fade out. You can do the same. So just click on plus and add a fatal video. And the back of this 1000, okay, is that triangle is there. So let me just remove the fatal, okay? Now the second way to add the fee is to have a word, a kid. And as you hover to the back and twisted top right or the top left, okay, depending on whether you are at the beginning or the back of a click, you will see this bubble here that is growing big and small. And you can actually click on it and drag it to the left and create a fee. And you can see down at the feet as you drag it, you create a timing for the field. So this is about 1 second, okay? So this is about 1.5 seconds here, all right? And this triangle forms. Now, when you drag it out this way, the fits forms in both ways. Not only for the video, but you also create a fit for the audio, okay? But when you are adding a filter, it only as a video file. All right. So let's add an audio track. Okay, I'm going to add an audio track. And then I'm going to drag this audio down into this trap, this audio track, okay? And we're gonna do the same and create a fade in for the audio, okay? So by dragging it, okay. Now if you look at the filters now you'll notice that this track here has a fit in audio, K4, 11 second. All right, so you can actually do that. Let me just trim this dilemma is just a DVD section here that if I were to add a fatal for audio audio, then you have that as well. Okay. So these are the two ways to create fits in video and audio. Okay, so let me just do another effect for you. So now I have this clip split, all right? And what I'm gonna do is to create a fit. This way. I can also create a field this way. Okay? So it's a pretty interesting effect if you are creating videos, the array, okay? So these are ways to use fit with shortcut. 16. Make video play in Reverse: In this video, I will show you how to reverse a clip with shortcut. Now in the same properties tab that you use, what you need to do is to scroll down and click on the reverse button over here. Okay, So make sure you have selected then right-click, click on ribose. Ok, and Chicago actually create new video clip. Okay, So depend on the quality that you want can go for good, better or best. So I'm just going to stick with good here, okay, which is the same hash to dot to 64 and MPEG-4 video. Click on, Okay. And it will bring up a menu and where you want to save this file, the shortcut is going to create, okay, So I'm just going to say put it here. Shortcut simple material that K is going to create a new clip which is called Girl on an elephant, but with the reverse edit day. Okay, so I'm just going to put that dot mp4 and click on save. You'll notice that is creating as new clip and it's actually pretty fast. Okay? Okay, MSF, click on this. Twice, is creating this clip here twice, doesn't matter. Let's close this. All right, so if you click on this and notice now, as we play it, it goes, I came walking in grievous CDs again. So this how you reverse it clicked with shortcut. So you're going to use it on your timeline. You need to drag this down onto the timeline. 17. Applying filters to clip, track and project: In this video, I will show you how to add filters to a video clip to track and to the entire project. Okay, so first off, I'm just going to do a sample and I will add a text filter to this video clip here. Okay, So click on Filters, click on the plus sign to add a filter and add a text. Simple, okay? So I'm going to create something simple here. They say that this is a holiday, okay? And I'm just adjusting it by go into the corners here to adjust this. Okay. Now there are other options that you can adjust this, but I just want to show you the difference between applying filters to a individual clip for us, okay? So this filter has been applied to this clip. And naturally if I move over here, is not on this clip, neither is on this clip. Okay? Now, however, I can also apply the Text Filter to the track as well. Okay, So let me just remove this for us. Okay, so this time I'm going to select the track and I'm going to add a filter. So I'm gonna s, Again, I'm going to add a fill text filter here. Okay? So now you notice that this texts is applied to this clip as well as this clip as well. Okay, So this applying the filters to that trait becomes useful if you may fostered and types of filters, for example, Jack editors and ODU a case so you want to make all the audio on the southern tracking sudden loudness. So instead of adding it to each individual video clip, you can add it to a track, OK. And you'll notice that there's a new icon here to show you that the filter has been added to a track. Okay, So let me come back to here and let me remove this filter. Another way to apply a filter is to apply to your entire project. And that is to click on the master here. And here. Or you need to do is click on again as a filter. And I'm going to add a tax again. So this time I'm going to say that it is holiday as well. Okay. So now when I move here or the tracks will have this holiday and it's all at the same position, k. And again, you'll see that there is this icon here to tell you that the filter has been applied. So there are some filters there were applied to the video and some filters will be applied to the audio tracks. For example, if you attach an audio filter, effects or neither audio or any clips that have audio on it. Okay? And of course if you apply video, then you only apply to those video clips or tracks bit with video. Alright? So it will come in useful forms, things like maybe filters like normalization, Okay? Are you and to change the gain and volume somehow, maybe you have editor the entire project and some parts is a little bit too soft and you want to raise the volume for the entire project or for the entire track, you can use it this way. 18. Pan and Zoom Effect: In this video, I'll show you how to create a pan and zoom effect in a shortcut. And this we will cover boards, steady images as well as the video clips. And they work quite similar right? Now, first off, I'm going to do 14. They're still image, right? N, This is just a still image of some rice view or ISO. You can see this is a JPEG file. Now, to create a pan and zoom, what you want to do is to go to your filters at the size, position and routine filter. So right at the presets at the top here, they are actually several that you can choose from. And whether you want things like a slow zoom in and wholly at the bottom, slow zoom in wholly at that left. So let's try the slow zoom in and see what happens. All right, so let's move it to the beginning of the play head right at the beginning of the clip. And let's play this. So you can at least see the Zoom happening very, very slowly. This right at the center. Okay, so that is one way of doing it, right? And you can see that this has Zoom is happening very, very slow. Now I'm going to zoom out in a sense so that you can see this, this triangle is a zooms array. So you can see this moving. Okay? So you can actually see that. Okay, this is the outer box edit is add, zooming out off. Okay? Now if you go to the keyframe site, you'll notice that there's this huge triangle. And I saw this. He knows that the videos at least lowly zooming in. You can adjust this using this bubble over here. If you select this and move it to the left, what happened is that the Zoom or be zooming in a lot faster, okay? That this is moving faster. So that's how you adjust the speed of the Zoom, Okay, now this is based on using the presets. Let me just vector this image here. You can change the presets. Let's say, you want to say zoom in and hold it at the top. So what this does is the shortcut for zooming by the top border will not move. Alright? And I'm going to move it faster so you can see things better. Okay? So these are some other type of presets that are built-in. Ok, and you can try and whichever ones. Now of course, this is also part of our key framing, which allows us light of moving from one part of the screen to another. K in this case is sliding in from the water. I'm going to remove all this fuss. Okay, so that's the size position arrow tip. Now, another way you can actually do keyframes is that instead of using the presets, you went to, sort of do it yourself and you can actually be creative. Okay, so click on this clock yet to use keyframes spirometer. Now, straight away, it takes you to this keyframe tab and it creates a point here, okay? And at this point represents all this position, the position, the size, the Zoom grid. So this keyframe covers these three parameters. Okay? Now if you want to have a slight to another point, you're going to create a keyframe. Let's say you want to zoom into this particular point, for example, array CSR may here. So what you want to do is after you've move your playhead to this point, you want to add a keyframe. You can actually add a keyframe on, even if you don't add a keyframe and you okay, less. So what you want is two times are viewing you under Zuma and you had to sort of pull this. I did. Okay. And you want to move it slightly here? Let's make sure that sticks to their border. So you notice that a hearing manually, you are doing this and then increase it in size and location, right? And the less the size of this image as well, or your frame, and then the position. All right, so this is what it looks like, this right now. So you can actually determine when you want to have the Zoom. Okay. When you've got the zoom-in happened and where does the zoom into right? Now, in order to adjust the keyframes, you can actually select these. And if you move it to the left of B faster, you move it to the right end that you will take a longer time for that Zoom to take place. Okay? But one thing you had to be careful depending on the type of video or you don't want to sort of move this frame of n down. Otherwise it creates a funny kinds of pens and zooms, right? So in order to move from one play 1 to another of the keyframe here they use these arrows, okay? Say you went to adjust anything but a mixture that you are at this point before you make adjustments. Okay? Otherwise, let's say your play head is slightly off, okay? And you make some adjustments, okay? Like this. It creates a different key point, our keyframe, okay? And then you will start to have a video that does thinks that it doesn't look so good, all right, moves in different directions. Now you can actually use this to your advantage. If you really want to move, create things like this, you can make your video kind of shake k, So it depends on what you are after. So we can, all right, So it can create interesting effects yet, you just need to be careful where these keyframes and your play head is located. Okay? Now let's say you, this is a mistake and you wanted to kinda erase that. I click Enter DVDs. Oh, okay, this is going up, this is going down. This going down. So what you can do is you can actually remove all those. And you want to have a smart pen and zooming. So that's in terms of doing a still image, and it works the same for video clips as well. So I'm going back to that timeline. Go to my playlists here. And let's say I went to bring this clip onto a timeline. Okay, let me just use the section. Drag the timeline here that she has melted. Okay, So let's see from at this point here, I will do zoom into the deer and the middle of the frame. Okay, I can do that. All right. Go to size, position and rotate. Click on the keyframes K and M. You can actually just position anything that you want. Okay, so let's say you went to zoom into this deer in the center and less clothes places over here. And we just wanted to have a Zoom. Now one thing to take care off is that if your video is in high resolution, you want to curl the medial Zoom to a sudden. Patiently. I usually say that the percent or even 25 percent is good, right? Unless you don't mind the blocky, pixelated look like. So that's how you do that. And you can also change this keyframe parameter from the keyframe type rudder are from linear to smoke. Okay, so smooth. We'll walk something like an S curve. We will start off slow and then increase, accelerate the Zoom and then the kinds of slowdown in array. So this is the smooth zone. Linear would be linear. Okay? But that's how you create a pan and zoom in our shortcut. 19. Add Text or Titles: In this video, I will show you how to add titles or texts to your video clips. Okay, so let's select this clip and let's add a text or at the title, click on Add Filter. And there are tools that you can choose when E is the text simple. So for this we're going to use a text simple fist. So let's change this to gear. By default, the timecode comes up, okay, So you can change this and you can actually resize the text two ways. The first way is by dragging the corners here. And then the text will actually change size according to the size of the window. Okay? And then in order to position the window, you can go to the center. There is a point there that you can select it and drag it to wherever position that you like. The ADA options for us, well, there's also another option which fosters a shortcut to use a certain font size. Okay, so let's click on a US font size here, okay? So right now the font size is 540. If you click on this font type here, and you'll notice that there is an option for you to choose the foreign size k. Let's choose fund for the eight. And let's change the font to Times New Roman k. And you click on, Okay, right. You'll notice that now the taxes at the bottom here, It's quite small. Alright, so that's how you use a font size. Now if you want the font to follow back the size of the window, or you need to do is uncheck it and you go back to that size. If you choose to use font size option, I'm going to use a light your phone so you can see that a little bit better. Okay. You can actually position it to the bottom of the, the middle or to the top. Okay. And you can also position it to the left or to the right as well, instead of just being in the middle. Okay, So these are the options for you. Take note that this is using the font size. Now you can choose the font color. So all you need to do is click on the Font less. Choose something red. Click on OK. So Now the text change to a rate, okay? And they're also outlines. If you run the online to be read as well, you can do there. So then there won't be an outline. Very comes to the background. You can choose a dark color. And then to be careful with alpha channel, at the moment, the alpha channel is 0, which means that the background is transparent. So if you want it to be full solid, then you change it to 255, okay? So it becomes a solid black. Okay? Now if you want your background to be semi-transparent, you can choose anything between 0 to 255. Okay, let's try a 180. So now this is actually semi-transparent, okay? Maybe not transparent enough. Maybe can go from above. And then 25, okay? So you've got to experiment to see with that color, which suits this the best. Prevent a reset anything. You can just use some of these buttons here to reset, especially the positioned and also the size. Okay, so let's try this. So this is the original size. Their original size fits the entire frame. Let's go back to the frame here. Let's zoom to a small k. This is the, this is the default frame size. Okay? So you can change the position as well back to the default. So that's all about using titles or texted shortcut. Okay, now in the advanced section I'm gonna cover things are using the keyframes. So I, you see here is actually the keyframe function that allows text to move across the screen and kick. You're gonna cover a more intermediate levels. 20. Adding text method 2: In this video, I will show you how to use the Rich Text Filter. So there are two texts filter in a shortcut. One is the text simple and the other is Rich Text. To do so all you need to do is to select the clip, go to your filters tab and click on Add, and it's under the video tab. Or you can also search for text. And the text rich will show up and just click on it. And you will see something like this. And we actually see that as default text here. And if you, well to highlight it, you can see there it is the default for shortcut. However, a better way is you can actually hide these are the collapse this toolbar so that you can see the text. Okay, So if he's on the left here, you can see that the tuba can be expanded and just click on it to expand this as well. Okay? Now, if you drag the corner down, the tuba, and actually I just moved to the top. And you can see the words or a text down below to adjust your text or your tools are here. So you can actually just type in writing these floating textbox. So let's just put this as the elephant in here. And you can actually change our various things. Let's say for example, you want to change this bot or not bow some net. Let me remove the bot. You can actually turn it to Italic. Then there's underlying. So these menus a little bit hard to see if your background is very bright. All right, so, but all the steps are there. And here is the font. So you're going to change your font type. You can do that as well. Let's go for Times New Roman. And again, you can also set the size here, okay? So now this is in Times New Roman, we can make text bigger or smaller. And to change the color, or you need to do is to click on the text color. So let's choose something, say orange on can he make any changes to this as well? Okay. And sure, you need to adjust these any of these colors you can do so. Okay. So now you have your elephant. It's a bit hard to see, right? So let's change it back to a ball. And then you have your menus to align it either to the left, to the center or to the right. And then there's also Justify alignment. All right, so let's align this to the center. You can position your text by clicking on the center button bubble here and then dragging it down. And you can position the size of the text box by going to the corner and dragging. Okay. So you can lose something like this and then hide the menu to see things a bit better. All right, so let's play this. All right, so that's how you use the Rich Text. I feel that in a shortcut. 21. Using Timeline Markers: In this video, we will cover timeline MCAS, and what are they, as well as how to use them. Now tell my markers are things that you can use to a MATLAB certain sections of your timeline. Okay, so I'm just going to mark it so that you can remind yourself whether you introduce certain things to that part of the video. Whether you undo, delete this at some texts, at some effects and add some notes, etc. Okay, so that yo can play your video much better, okay, rather than jumping straight into editing it. So there may be times when you see sudden part and you want to add something, but you may not have the information. You, for example, you may want to add a B-roll and you may dive into your hard-drive to look for video clip or maybe for sudden effects. And you may actually forget that is the point that you want to put something. Alright, so Tyler macros are things like reminders that you can create for yourself to put inside of things or do remove something from your video project. Okay? So to create a mock is very simple. You can just put them in a certain position. I click on this icon here on your timeline menu, and he creates a mako over here. Okay? And you can also click on M on your keyboard to create a marker. In this version of shortcut, which is shortcut version 21.1 to 0.24. There will be this extra menus, which is the MCA windows, as well as these few icons here. One of it is navigation and as well as this report, timeline markers, okay, which I'll explain as we go along. Okay. Now, with the Mockus, as you open this window over here, you can see something like this. Okay? Okay, let me close this and let me just close this as well as, as you click on it, it will actually jump to that timeline marker. Ok. And you can see the right. You can make a few changes to your markers. And for eyes open, you can click on the Here as well. And right-click to edit this. You can change the color. Let's change this to say green. Okay, so now you have a green marker. Right? Click on Okay, this will change color. Okay? Now, if you, you can also right-click and edit it this way and add some nodes. Okay, so Mach number one, you can see as a text. So this is one way. So when you click on here, you notice that this changes as well. Okay? So if you go to Mach number 2, you can also make the changes there instead of right-clicking and coming here to edit this, can come straight to this point and edit this and say Add effect. Okay, So this is a second way of doing that. Now, There's also something called a span marker. Let's create that. Click on em. Then press on your Control on your keyboard and then you can actually dragging your mouse or they create something called a span marker. Okay. So Spain, Michael spent a sudden timeframe. So you can actually move your playhead to deposition. Okay? You can actually move it today as well. And you can actually move your marker by selecting it and moving right to left by clicking and dragging it. Same with the other markers as well. Okay? Now, one thing that you can do with this tile markers, which are single Marcus is you can actually export it as chapters. If you go to your file, could export good markers as chapters. So when you export this y shortcut we'll do is we'll create a text file. Okay, So let's, let's go to video. We DO test like a simple text. Okay? So Charaka will create a text file, okay, And then you save it. You will create the information here, okay? This information MCA when at tags might get to et cetra. Okay. Let's go and look at the fall sample tests. These are the information that is exported, okay, with the time code as well. Alright? So if you are planning to use it on your YouTube channel, you can just copy this and paste it into your description or your YouTube channel or anywhere else so that your audience of where I was viewing your video can decide where they want to jump to that video. Okay, so this is in terms of exploiting the MCAS as our chapters right now with Spain markers, you can actually export this section here. Okay, So let's say you may have done some edits section of your videos. So let's see. You have done some EDIS over here to here. All right, and you went to a test, export this section and see how it looks like. You can go into your export tab. You cannot export from your source as well as from mocker. So this macro four refers to this point, to this point, okay? If you click on Export File, Chicago actually create this section of that video. Sample X bought K. You can see shock I creating the job here. So this is a section here. Okay? So this terms of exploiting from your span marker, okay, in this example there's only one spin MCA, so you will export from Mach number 4. However, if I create another one is exchanges to spend MCA. Now, this macro here can be exported as a video as well. All right, One final note. Ripple timeline edit my COVID edits. Now when this is turn on, your timeline markers will follow your clip below. Okay, so let's see. I'm going to remove some sections over here. Okay. I'm going to report the Lidice and notice that this and all these mockers will actually follow this clip. All right. See that? Columbia today. And if you have turn this one off, okay. And let me just repeat the same thing. I'm just going to ripple delete this. And notice now that the timeline markers and doesn't follow the clip below. So this is something to pay attention to. And I usually suggest that you turn this on so that it actually follows your clip. So that's all about using a timeline markers in a shortcut. 22. Rotate media and video clips: In this video, we showed you how to rotate them media or video clip in a shortcut that what you are seeing right now. And there are a few reasons why you want to do it. Of course, you want to create a video. There is more interesting. Second thing is you may have an image list taken in a vertical format and you want to convert it to something that is horizontal. So the looks better. I have a clip here on my timeline, and this is a clip or some traffic to rotate this, all you need to do is select the clip, go to filters and look folder, rotate filter. So you can actually just type in rotate. It is actually in a size position and routine filter. Click on that filter and then you have these options. Okay, So this is a filter that allows you to resize your images or your video clips as well. Now, in prior versions of shortcut, the rotate and scale filter is in a different filter. However, for shortcut version 29, dot 27 and forward then rotate and scale has been combined into this size position and I rotate the filter. Okay, So to rotate the filter, there are two ways to go about this. One is, of course you can adjust the rotation over here using the bow here. You can actually just drag it if you want to do so. And so the second way to do rotation is the owed on the screen, you'll notice that there is also a bar here. And as you hover over it, it turns your mouse icon to a hand icon that allows you to rotate, adjust the rotation. Okay? So these are the two ways to adjust the rotation. Now, obviously this rotation here is, allows you to create finer tune. For example, you may want to change the rotation to exactly nine degrees. You can do so. So all you need to do is to do that. And our rotation also have some keyframes which we'll cover in the future. Not the same thing. If you want to rotate a photo, you can do the same as well. So all you need to do is to apply the size position and rotate. So I'm going to show you how to rotate this. So all you need to do is to just drag it to the position that you want. All right, so this is around the size 270 degree rotation. And then if you want to fill up the frame, you can adjust the zoom over here. So let's change it to say about okay, there's a bit too much say about 45 percent, maybe around 50. You get the idea how to do this. Case of this around 59 percent. So if your image is rotated, so that's how you rotate your media or video clips in shortcut. 23. Adjust Brightness And Feel With Colour Grading: in this video, I will show you how to use the color grading, filter toe adjust your scenes that you have captured. And this is for scenes where you have certain places which are in the shadows, which seems a little bit dark. And you have some scenes, some sections which are blown. Now, I just want to let you know that sometimes this doesn't really work well, because it really depends on how well blown your video is on the sexual of the off your senior. So you may just want to give this a try and kind of experiment with this. Okay, So first, with a clip selected, you want to go to futures and and the color grading fielder. Now, the color greeting future have some effects that you can choose beside just color grading. Which means you kind of put a tin to it or, ah, credit effect, where they something looks like there's been cross process. Okay, let's try. Let's show you what I mean. Okay, so I hear the scene become more bluish. Okay, Maybe you want Teoh create a scene. There is perhaps showing a change of scene to say. I think Arctic issue right? Means yes, Cole. OK, so you can do that. So So that's what their purpose off the color grading feel the dust. But besides that, the color greeting future under here also allows you to adjust the brightness. Okay. And you are gonna adjust the brightness in three different sections. You can adjust it through the highlights, the meat tones as well as their shadows. OK, so for this scene, I'm gonna show you how to read you some of the brightness, and it depends on the clip that you have captured. I know that, right? So let's pull the brightness area down a little bit, and you can see that is kind off. Not as bright, but this one also affect some of the shadows. And so let's check and see whether it I just affected the shadows. Okay. So affected entire us frame on the clip. OK, so let's try to adjust the meat tones and raise back the meat tones of it. Okay. Is any effect. Okay, so there's a slight effect. So you noticed that this actually affects this quite a bit. And, uh, really, What you want is that when you capture video clip your camera. You want to not to have a situation where there is overblown because arrests that were blown Exactly. There's no details there for you to recover, Okay? And, um, he can make the clip look worse in some sense. So let's see. Let's check somewhere else. Okay, So, like, for example, the section of the clip here now we don't color grading. It looks more contrast C and looks good with this color included kinds off. In some ways it looks better, and in some ways it doesn't look as good. So really, you need to experiment with this and justice slightly, depending on the effect that you are trying to get. The best advice I can give you is actually to just eyeball it and see what works best. Use this to see whether the effect is a platform, not and see how it goes. Okay, so basically, you haven't thesis to that you can use and to try to salvage some of this shots that really doesn't look that good. So that's all about using this color grading filter to adjust the brightness and the shadows in your video clip 24. Create Picture-in-Picture (PiP) Effect: In this video, I want to show you how to do became picture using shortcut. So I will show you two ways to go about. And one is a very, very simple way. You may even have figured it out yourself. The arrowhead is actually a little bit more interesting and less nice trade-in. I'll show you the simple way for us. So first of all, what I'm gonna do is just connect, drag a clip onto my timeline here. And I'm just going to mute it for the purpose of this video. Now for picture-in-picture, you need a minimum of two video tracks. So I'm just going to add a video track here, Okay, and on track V2. So next I'm going to drag this clip into my timeline. Okay? So I'm just going to drag this over here. Okay, and extend this. And just for the purpose of this video, also mute this array. So what you're seeing right now is this track on track V2, okay? If I hide the top tray by, you will see is the bottom and the traffic, okay? Now at the simplest form, picture in picture is all you have to do is to add a size and position plus rotate filter. And then you just resize your video. The top video, what you have is actually a picture in picture, okay? So this is valuable. Look like a picture playing in another picture. So this is actually the picture-in-picture at its most basic form. Now if you want to make something a little bit more interesting, it may require some planning for your shots. Okay, so I have some other clips here on my playlist. So let me just drag this down. Now another way is to do something like this. Now I'm using a still image, but it works with other video as well. All right, so I'm going to use this as well. I can drag this down again. And I can use the size, position and Raw Filter to do so a K. But you may see some issues with this. Now have a TV screen, which is a photo at the bottom here. And I want to fit this into the screen. Okay? So now if my TV at the back is perfectly lined up, I can actually do that, right? So you see advisor picture-in-picture effect. However, the TV isn't really properly lined up. I can do some form of adjustment to adjust the rotation. That you noticed that actually decent isn't really square, right? So if I show the grid lines, let us look at the grid lines here. Let's go. You'll notice that this thing isn't square k. If you look at Asia to hear the camera, that top-left picture is unreleased squared up. So let's turn off the grid lines here. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to remove the size, position and rotate filter. And instead I will use this other fields that call the corner pin filter. Okay? All right, so this is a Corner Pin filter. Now let me just zoom out so you can see. So the corners pin filter have this corner pins that you can adjust. So what do you, I'm going to do is to hover over the corner PDD, select this and drag this in to feed the screen, okay? And then I'm going to drag carnitine them to fit the screen. So basically what it does instead, the Corner Pin filter allows you to as skewed entire image of the video. Okay, so somewhere here. Let's pull this over here. And then a zoom-in vector 50. Okay? Adjust this a bit more. Okay? Basically you have, say, a TV or something that you can see the edges properly. You can actually align this properly. Okay? To make this image skew slightly, okay. Feed them, right, so let's play this. Now. You can also adjust these percentages here and may require you to zoom in Mosul. For example, you can actually look at this corner by corner to make sure that you've got all the corners. Perfect and k, So you can zoom in and adjust this corner more. K. So this k plus justice here. I noticed that sometimes when I zoom in it does change the carnitine. So you may need to redo it when you scale a zoom into the image to set this. Okay? So less is a mountain here. All right, so let's just play this. Right? So this is a different kind of picture-in-picture using the Corner Pin filter. Now you want to create something even more interesting. We can do that and we're going to create something that looks like an inception effect. What I'm gonna do now is to add another video track. Okay, so now we have three video tracks. Now basically I'm just going to use this, this short clip over here. All right, one that I have actually here, pre-trip. Okay, so drag this down. Over here. I'm going to put this screen inside here. Okay? I'm just going to use by the same click, Copy it, place it on the tree on top. Another one for the top kit as well. Okay, so I'm going to write the threatening. I'm a tree for the time being. Let's hide this. I'm going to walk on this click for us. Okay? So we're going to use the Corner Pin filter. I'm going to position it to fit a laptop. Okay. Let's check in and see. So is still as I get off, that, I'm just gonna do this quickly so that you can see this, right? So next, I'm going to turn on the train them of each tree. And this time the image will fit this screen, this laptop, okay? So select that clip. I'm going to unhide. This contains the filters. This is again the corner pin filter. This time. It's going to fill into the screen over here. Let me zoom in. Zoom to 100 percent, and I just this small k and then let me just zoom back to fit. So you have something like Inception effect, okay, But basically is a picture in picture, in a picture in picture in a picture. So that's how you create a picture in picture using shortcut. And we use two filters when it's just a size position and rotate filter. And the other one is the Corner Pin filter. Have finally, this effect is actually quite interesting. 25. Create Split Screen Effect: In this video, I'll show you how to do a split screen, a viola, what you are seeing on the screen here right now, you have a video on the left and then a video on there, right? And then you also have a vertical bar there is white in color. So let's dive straight into the screen and see how we can get this done. The first thing that you have to do is to have three video tracks. All right, so the bottom track here, we're going to put a color there and we just got to open other and open a color. And I'm going to choose the white color. You can choose any color that you prefer. Let's say for example, you just want to choose orange. All right, let's do something different and choose orange and less. Drag this down onto tribe. Even. So the color here will be used as the dividing frame between different videos. Okay, now I have some videos on the playlist here, lesser. Let me just drag this down. Okay, So for this video, I'm just going to put it onto track V2 and k. So this is the video is a scene of a car. Ok, and let's mesh this back to this length here. Okay? So the first thing that you want to do is to select your screen that you want to show. Like for example, this video here, there's a lot of empty space here that wouldn't be interesting for all the work, right? So the interesting thing will actually be the truck or card is moving up. Okay, so what we're gonna do is to pick a filter. And I'm going to get a filters which is a size position and rotate filter. And what I wanna do is going to move this side, okay? And you're kind of requires you to do a little bit of planning and seeing the video that you want, okay, you have to visualize that this is the part of the video that you want. Now if, for example, if they say this, the waves here, it looks nicer and you want to use the wave then probably you may want to crop it all the way or move your video all the way to the side to show the waves. Okay, for this video, I want to show the castle. I'm going to put it somewhere here. Okay? And you kinda want to adjust this based on the position that you're using, the size position filter to that position that you want it to be. Okay, we can see adjusted a little bit later, but lesser policies or mirror on here. Okay? You want to have some visual effects are right, So follows a road, discard lines is leading to the eye, which is quite nice. Okay, so I'm just going to leave you here. And for the vertical position here, this position here, you need to be somewhere around 0 so that there wouldn't be any lines at the bottom. Okay? So this one should be a 0. Now next like one to do is to add another filter, and this time we will add a mask. Okay? We're going to use the mask, simply ship. And then what you want to do is increase the height of the mass. Can we only see the video from the top to the bottom are reduced or softness because we want a sharp h k and then I just horizontal, okay? So somewhere here, and you want to increase the width. Okay? Now the idea is actually to crop up or the height is part of that video does the path towards the center. You can try this. Now, one thing that is very useful is that you can also use the guidelines to help you, okay, So this is the guidelines and I'm going to choose a two-by-two grid. So the center point will be somewhere here. I want to make a tin orange line between the frames. So let's do this. Let's increase the width a bit. You can also type in the figure lesson. Let's just type in the figure. See whether it is. It should be more accurate, less than 0.5426. Okay, So it looks good. So now it depends on where you want to place this line, whether you want it to be thicker or thinner so that it would be your left side is done. Let's move on to the right side now. Okay? Now, I've actually picked up this video of weak bonding. Okay? This is modeling video is kind of long, much longer, so one somewhere around here. Now I've actually preview the video earlier so I know the section that I want is towards the end here. So I'm just going to drag this down onto the top now. Okay, Let's say M1, this part here. So it's quite important for you to choose the right video. Soda in your video looks interesting. Okay, let's go, let's go with this for the purpose of this tutorial, select the clip. Let's go back to the filters. Now this time we want to put a mass M for the mass elemental mass, simply shape, do the similar thing. And you'll notice that every time that mass comes out, the shape is like this. Square in the center. So I'm going to reduce the softness, increase the height. So the height will be maximum because you went to want it to be the full height of that video. So this perimeter isn't that important. Then what you want to do is to increase the width. And then next you want to adjust your horizontal parameters to be somewhere like this. Let's increase the width. And let's hide this angry. Okay? So now you have something like this. Okay? Now you notice that the video here isn't so interesting at the beginning in the sense that this person is a hidden line in between. So I'm going to do is to adjust this more to the center. Okay? We want the person who is suffering here or kitesurfing the b in the center. So I'm going to add a size, position and rotate filter for this track here. And then I am going to move this. Okay, I need to adjust my mask. Okay. It looks pretty good. And there's a few things that I want to highlight over here. So number one is that for the clip on a track V2, the size and position filter is on top and the mass simple shape is at a, is a second filter. Now if you add, if you move the mouse around, you will actually get something very different. Case, I'm just going to move the size, position or filter down and you end up with something very different. Okay? So you have to pay attention to that. Similar to the triangle on top as well. The simple shape is on top. The supposition filter is at the bottom, okay, for my situation over here. Okay? So I hope that you enjoyed this technique of creating this split screen in a shortcut. 26. Mirror Effect: In this video, I'll show you how to use the mirror effect in a shortcut. So I have a clip here on my timeline, and this is just a clip of me speaking. So when you want to do a mirror effect, one of the things he had to pay attention to is the position then sitting. So in this case, I more or less did it by a half, right? Half the screen. So this is one of the things that you may want to pay attention to, right? So you can create interesting effect even though the position or sitting perfectly. But that's a different kind of mirror effect. So anyway, I have this section here on my track, any stray in order to create the mirror effect. And you actually need another video track. So I'm just going to add another video track. And I'm going to duplicate this track here. So I'm just going to use Control C on my keyboard. I'm going to click on the Home key to make sure my play heads right at the beginning and just enter this. All right, So this is the track exactly at the bottom and at the top. If I were to hide the top tray, I think changes because it's exactly the same thing. All right, So select the clip that you want. So click on your filters. For the mirror effect. Select that. Straight away. You have the mirror effect. Okay, now how do you make sure to how do you ensure that you see what's at the bottom? This is where you need to add a mask. Okay, so I'm going to add a mask and less simple shape. Okay? So the mass is over here, right? First, you need to increase the height, reduced the softness, whether you use a softness in this case, but it depends on what you want to do. Source subtypes, you may need to have a softer mass, okay? And I am going to increase the width. Okay? So in this case, I want to have a perfect mirror array, the Shouldice matching. So it looks exactly as if it is a mirror. So you may need to adjust this from the percentage by five, tree 4. Okay. During the fall, looks about right. And if you really want to ensure that your mirror it right in the middle, you can actually Paul go greet line. Okay. Let's toggle the two-by-two. Okay, so exactly the same, right. So desk how you create the mirror effect with that. Now let me show you a different one and less Kobe, go to the site and open another file that you can actually create a different kind of mirror effect. This looks like interesting. Okay, so I'm going to place this on to my track here. Okay? Places same straight-line basis here as well. The same exact trick. Less just ensure that it is matching exactly. Again, we will add mirror filter. So this is exactly the same. And then what you want to do is we can to mask it. There's another way you can do as well, which is likely to use the crop filter by both ways work just as well. And this insert, let me show you how to use the crop filter to do the same effect as well. Can do the crop rectangle and less crop the top. Again, click on that transparent, and then you have the mirror effect. This is more interesting array in this case there's movement. So that's how you create the mirror effect in the shortcut. And I hope you had fun with this. 27. How to create Chromakey or greenscreen videos: In this video, we will look at how to create chroma key or green screen or even blue screen effect. So the correct term is, of course, chroma key. So what I have here on my clip is actually, yes, I've missed any in front of a blue screen. Okay, you can use the same form green screen. So what you want to do is to select the clip and then go to your filters tab. At a filter, go and look for the chroma, simple order chroma advance. Now I suggest that you try the chroma simple first because that's the filter is much easier to use with less adjustment. And in many cases the simple filter works just as well. All right, so select a simple filter. And here the data here, very few options of what you want is to actually select the color key. Okay? Now, since this is a blue screen and discrete isn't really a fixed or a professional color. What we want to use is to use the color picker. If you're using a green screen, this purposely built for the green screen or chroma key. You can actually select this. So I'm going to select the color picker, and I'm going to select a section of the screen somewhere here. Okay? So nothing happens yet, basically because you are supposed to have something at a track below, okay, now you can actually do that later, and we'll do that later. But first, what we want to do is to add another filter which is called the alpha channel view. Okay? So alpha channel will allows you to see how well is your chroma key going on. And I'm going to select a white background because mocks as if you're placing a white Greg Brown on the track V1 below, okay? So you can see that the chroma key is doing quite well. All right? And you can do some adjustment, okay? With a distance. So deci kilo, new one adjustment here. All right. And if you lower the adjustment, you see this blue screens are to come back up. If you make it too high, then the person starts to disappear. Okay. So you went to kinda adjust the Somewhere around here are where you are to see the color spill is if isn't that strong yet, all the blue has been removed. Okay, now my screen here isn't really a very professional screen. You can see there are ducks, dark spots n. This is a screen that has been hacked together, okay, but yet it still works quite well. So some may something like this is actually quite good. What you want is to kinda see and see whether there's any color spill. And notice the sum or here the edges, which if you zoom in, you can see clearer. Okay, There's only to a 100 percent. You can see the edges over here. Okay? It's not too bad really. But if you really want to adjust this, we can adjust it. Okay, let's go back to zoom to fit. And to adjust it, you can add another filter called the alpha channel and just click on that and make sure the alpha channel I just filter is above comes for us from the alpha channel. We'll, all right, otherwise you can't see very well. Okay? So there are some modes that you can adjust under this Alpha chain. Adjust one of it is to shrink, to shave. Basically what you want is to shave off some of these colors, bill, okay, Let's zoom in to a 100 percent. Okay? So let me turn off the Alpha chain, adjust. Okay, you see that the line is more distinct once it's turned on, is shifted a bit lucky. And you also have to check a few places, not just any one particular part of your body or any object that you're trying to, uh, Drew chroma key. So let's remove this. So you notice that the hand has also shrunk a bit. So you have to adjust this so that you don't shrink too much. All right? And our paradigm shift too much and they're icky, other modes as well, where the string ha, okay, so here it become very jaggedy k. Let's move on to another place or SQL docs quietly or cry. Okay, so here it looks too much jaggedy. So shrink hat definitely is not. So you want to kind of adjust to see which one suits your particular video demos. So I find for me, shape actually works quite well. And you can actually adjust this shift among, Okay? Now, basically there's a body for the chroma key. Simple. Let's assume that out the Zoom Fit. Now what you want to do next is to play something under this tray, okay? Okay, I'm going to open a file. Let's open this one here. Let's use this one. Okay, That's the highway. And I drag this down on the tray V1. Now I can actually use a photo or even a still image. Okay, to do that, I'm just going to turn off the sound here and then turn off your Alpha channel view. Alright, so there you have it. All right, It's actually quite simple to use. And what you can do is also to make this smaller. Okay, so let's go back to the filter. You can also add a size position and rotate. It gets smaller as well. Okay. So to then I would have you have something like a spokesman kind of video. All right. So you can do that. And now you can also have a different clip here. Okay, let me go and open another file. And let's do this. I'm going to bring this down here. Okay, so if I have a transition, so the video actually a transition. Okay? So you can do all those kinds of things. But the key thing is to ensure that your your chroma key is done as well as possible. Okay, so that's all about creating a chroma key using the simple filter. 28. How to Blur or hide details using Mask: in this video, I will show you how toe blow off some things in a shortcut using the mosque feature and that this could be in case you want to blow off something, say, a T shirt or some details on screen that you do know want people to see. So I have my clip here on my timeline here. And let's say I want to blow off worse from my shirt. So the first thing that you need to do is likely to add another video track. A buff are the track. All right, So you want to have another trick call heavy, too. And then the next step is actually to open the color. And you can choose any color, for example, black or even our white or gray. So I am just going to choose a black so that you will be easy to see on the screen. Okay. And then I just cleaned. Okay. In the preview. Oh, you should see this. And you can actually posit the next time is likely to drag this color or the basic color onto the track to. All right, so now you won't be able to see anything on that bottom try. However, if you were to hide the top track, then you can see that what I'm trying. Now, the next thing that you need to do with is that with the clip selected, the color track selected go to filters. And what you want to do is to at a mosque you can actually see such for it in such a bar here on go for a simple ship. Okay, so with the mosque and straightaway use noticed that there is a black box. And basically, what's happening here is the short cut has actually Moscow. Everything else and left s so called These Black square. Okay, There are a few things you can adjust over here. Okay, so let me move this down a bit. You can I Just a horizontal position. The type of operation that this is quite important. The over right operation, which I will cover a little bit later. And then directorship. You can have a rectangle leaps triangle diamond. Okay. Now, for our purpose, we can either use that rectangle on the lips by few. That lifts will be much most suitable here. Okay, Just because of the shape of the words over that. But let's move the box down, okay? Order this masked out Nike, and then you can actually move for this to the position to block the text, okay? And when the movie fight it out a bit, all right. So, as you can see here, the rectangle or or the list would actually be the most suitable. Okay, I'm gonna change it to Ah, lips. Okay, so this is the shape now and then toe adjust the size. You can use the width and the height, so I'm gonna increase the with here. You can see the shape here grow bigger, and then the height is about It's all right. So let me just move things to the left a bit to the left year, and that's about it blocking the words. All right, So now if I were to play this, you should be able to block the words now. Obviously. Like, for this in sentence instance, I moved a little bit on screen so some of the worst will not be blocked. We can actually handle it with the key frame function, but let's just take a look at it first. Okay? So and somewhere in this position. The mass needs to be either larger or to the right. Okay, so let's adjust this further. All right, So let's move back to the beginning of here, okay? And let's move this to the right a little bit. Okay, Let's start here. And then what we're gonna do is to use a key frames and to use key frames or you need to do is to click on this. Now for this movement, the position is just moving horizontally between ah, Libya left and let it be. Right. So selecting this key frame should be all right, So I'm just gonna do that. And then let's move. Let's play the video. All right. So it's I play here. The key. I need to set the key frame somewhere. Here. Thank you. Okay. So here, I need to send a key frame. All I need to do is to move the horizontal to the right. Okay, so that's ladies and I can actually zoom in a bit more to see things that better on the time line. So you can see that I think move along and then ah, sort of moved back to the right of the screen here. Now what I want to do is to find a point where I'm at the auto most left and then create a key frame there. Okay? So they don't have to do create so many key frames. All right, so all I need a sigh. Moved. This are changed. The setting a key frame is automatically set. Okay. Eso that's moved back here in this play this again. Okay, it's a little bit slow. So maybe something is being that exclusive. Maybe toe adjust. This key from what I need to do is to move this a little bit to the left. Okay? And you can actually see this boss moving right? This horizontal vice moving as I played. All right, so maybe a little bit faster, right? So you get the idea and so on and so forth. Okay. So if so, I moved to the laugh a little bit so more to the ups too much. All right, So you can adjust as many key frames as you like, and then if I say you make a mistake, you can actually either removed the key frames removed the key frames. You can just select this and then click on this X to the leaders. Okay, the key frame is missing is gone. If you want to create a key frame, then or you need to do. I used to just move things a little bit. And then the key frame is set again. All right. So this how you create the blow effect using the mass simple future and key frames together ridden shot Kat. 29. Create Mosaic Blur: In this video, I'm going to show you how to blend something from your screen where there is a logo from a shirt or somebody's face. And we'll use the mosaic filter to do so. Now I have a video on my timeline here, and this is just me with a T-shaped. So in order to use the mosaic filter, what we need to do is to use two video tracks. And I'm going to use the video clip here and he has to overlap each other directly. Okay, So first of all I'm gonna do is I'm going to select the video and then I'm going to copy it. Okay, and then I'm going to select the track above. And I will actually paste it into that track above, right? So if I were to move the playhead somewhere here and hide the top track, and notice that it is actually the exact same video. Okay, so next, head on over to the filter. Please ignore the color grading filter. I put this because just the 12 to turn the picture bit brighter. What are you going to do is to get hit on to add a filter. And let's look for the mosaic filter. Once the mosaic filter applies, you can see large chunks like this. So I'm going to reduce this a bit to say 2% and the center 2%. Okay, you can actually adjust this as much as you want. So suit your needs, okay? Actually smaller is better, right? I can do something like this. Okay? Now you notice that the whole frame here is actually a blood with a mosaic. Now what we want is just to blood, blood or logo. So you need to add a mask. And let's look for the mask here. In the law for mass, a simple shape. All right, so once the mass is applied, you notice that this is the place that the mosaic is being applied. All right, so next we need to do is to adjust this mask, hide their shirt, or hide the logo rather. Okay, let's move it down. Let's move it to the right. Okay? For this case, I need to widen the mask to cover bigger area, right? So if you have a static object or you have an object that isn't moving like a mock or maybe even as a card number plate, we actually done deaths avoided. Now what if the person move or I? So for example, I'm sitting in this position, okay? Here you can see the lower one. So what I should do is actually to increase the height maybe. Okay. So it makes life a little bit easier. But since I moved as well, okay, so that is point and move to the other side. So, well, we need to do is actually to keyframe the mass so they follows that person. Okay, so what we need to do now is to turn on key frames. We're going to turn on the horizontal position and K. And if you want to, you can also turn on the width, but the idea is quite similar. So once you turn on the keyframes, keyframes added over here, our ISO. Let's move back to this position like Oh, I want to do is to look for the point when I started to move. Okay, somewhere here. Alright, so I should put a keyframe here. I'm going to insert this here. So this is our original key frame. Now because I bent down and I saw that. You can see down there, There's actually a few things I can do. I can actually increase the height to make my life a bit easier, right? Or I can also add a keyframe parameter for the high as well, just to make it a bit more challenging for ourselves. First, I'm going to move it here. All right, So we want a keyframe parameter. So this is for the horizontal position and this is for the height. So coming down to the next point, okay, we want to reduce the height. Okay? I can do the height and we have to do the parts horizontal positions or may hear. Okay? And next, as I move forward to this position here, Let's change this to the side now. All right, let's see how it goes. We may need to adjust a mass a bit more. Okay? It looks quite okay. Sfr, this pi here, a frame is moving fast enough. So this one should be adjusted to the left. Okay? So depends on how big I wonder how fast I want it to move horizontal here, somewhere here. So I could actually make this a wider as well to make my life a little bit easier. Okay, almost there. I should also increase the height of the mass of that. Again, it will make my life much easier, right? So you get the idea of doing this. Of course, if you want to have a small mass and if you have multiple people here next to each other, then something like this will be a little bit more challenging when you have to use a small mass. So basically that's how you blow off something using the mosaic mass in a shortcut. 30. Create An Animated Line On A Map : In this video, I will show you how to create an animated or a moving line across the map like what you are seeing. And this effect is actually made popular by movies like Indiana Jones right? Now. In order to do this effect, there are actually some preparations to do n Of course first you need to get a map and I'm going to just use Google Maps and take a screen grab of this map. And I'm just going to use a software course, NAEP and sketch, which is built into Windows. There are other software that can do this as well. So you're not limited to this. So by if you're on Windows, then you can use this, right? So I'm just going to create this map from say here to here screenshot. So next I'm going to just save this map, and I'm gonna save this, and we'll call this the original map. And I, you know, in a Chihuahua I call this original map. So once you are done, you can actually close this map. So next, I'm going to just use Microsoft Paint, but you can use either form of simple graphics editing tool as well. So I feel that Microsoft paganism simplest for what we are going to do. So we're going to open the file that we created on the snapshot that we created earlier on this map over here. Now, you can use different kinds of software, doesn't matter. So we're just going to draw a line from here to somewhere in Sarawak here. So first of all you need to do is to select the line. I'm going to select a straight line. That's the most easiest one to do. However, if you want to have a curved line, you can do that as well. So I'm just going to select this line here. And then I'm selecting this size and then choose a color. I'm going to choose our orange. Alright, so next I am just going to use my mouse and I draw a line starting from Kuala Lumpur and draw an orange line two somewhere here in sorrow on, okay? And that's it on the safeties. Save as a PNG. And I am going to call this S map with line. Okay? And then we are done with Microsoft Paint. So next we will go into shortcut that's opened up playlists. And I'm just going to go and grab the two images may be lying and map original. And let's put it into the playlist. Ok. So we will need to video tracks for this effect to work. First, I'm gonna drag the original map on to track v1, and I'm going to just stretch it out a bit longer. Next, I'm going to drag the map with the line onto track P2 and I matched it to the length of the mapping tripped v1. This the images now, now if I were to hide this, you will see the map at the bottom. Alright, so that's how he works. Next, what we're gonna do is to go to the filters and we will use the mask effect to slowly review this line. Okay? So less with the track selected, click on Add, go to search for mask n, we will use a simple mass. Okay? Now straight away you can see that now the mass is somewhere in the middle. That's why you see the line over here. Okay? Now, you need to keyframe this, but before that, let's try to adjust its mass or they will end up somewhere at left behind the line. So there are a few things that you can adjust. Of course, one is the width Nigeria just a week, you'll get longer and longer. Ok, so we need to adjust the location as well because the mass is in a wrong position. So we will use this horizontal to move it to the left. Okay, so now the mass is still there. Okay? So it is minus and we will definitely need to key frame this as well. So let's see, let's move this down a bit and let's change this 11 to know as the location of the mass. Extend this. Okay, so this is the location of it. All right. Let's just use the vertical by unit I justice, based on the location of your map, veo mass will start. Okay? So let's say that we want to study somewhere here. You will key frame the horizontal and keyframe the vertical as well because it kinda move down a little bit. As well as keyframe the width n, Maybe the even, the height as well. Okay, Just standby. All right, next we're gonna move the playhead to where your video ends or read a line shows up. Okay, and then we will need to adjust these fingers here. And of course we need to adjust the width. Okay, so I suggest as for a line, if it's going to horizontal, less suggests adjusting the width plus there will be the best. Ok? So as you can see here, some here I'll certainly to adjust the height as well. Expand the height and then again the width as well, okay? Depending on the US, you may need to adjust the horizontal by in my case, this is seemed I need to adjust the position, but let's just stand a little bit, as well as the vertical side. And then the line ends over here. Okay? So let's play this. Okay, so there you have it. That's how you create an animator lying or an effect that seems as if you are drawing a line or your screen using shot cut. 31. 3 Dimension "Star Wars" Style Text Scroll: In this video, I will show you how to do a Star Wars style scrolling text credit then looks something like a 3D effect you see in Star Wars. Are we this version of shortcuts? You can now create this effect and we will go straight into the screen her, I know. Okay, so the first thing that you want to do is to do open ardor and open apolar. And what we're gonna do is actually to create a text phis. And we are going to use this method to create that text. Okay? So we the colour, open color transparent, drag it down onto your timeline here. And I'm going to drag this to adjust a timeline to say somewhere around, let's say about ten seconds, but you can use it however long you want. Okay? Now the next is to go to your field test tab here and click on texts. Or you can either use enrich text filter or a simple textual data. Both of these works, I'm going to use the rich TextField, okay, and this is the filter. And I'm just going to type in something onto the screen. I'm just going to wilted aside here and change the size of the text is a little bit too big and it's a little hard to see, but you can actually equal to the text size here. And I will set it to say something around 48 K. Let me just our justice window down so that the menu goes up on the top. Now you moved the box here in the menu work legal up so it's easier to look at things and adjust them. Alright, so let's get back to this. Again. I'm going to just centered at text by clicking on this one here, centered at Text menu. And I will change the color. I don't know one to have a latch font. Now to adjust the color, to click on this text color and we'll choose something yellow just to show that ease that have debt, Star Wars effect. And let me just type in a little bit long, some of these things longer so they can see this more, greater detail later on. Ok. Now once that's done, what you want to do is to click on the grid k by opening the grid. And we will use this greet here. Toggled greet display. And I will use the four by four grid. Now the reason why I want to use the greedy so that these texts can be centered. Once you have done clickbait onto that track here. Okay, I'll go back to filters and a track. And in a text filter are why we want to do is to turn on the keyframes. All right? And I first I will use the move my play head somewhere here, then turn on the keyframes parameters. And then what you want to do is go over to the text over here. How will your mouse right to the center and drag this text down. Okay, so this will be the starting position of that text, okay? And somewhere here we will move the playhead to twist the n. And then we need to move the text up. Now because now that the text is move kinda move off screen. While you need to do is to click on the zoom and zoom on 10%. Then what you want is to move this up, okay? And with a great, you can actually maintain the center point. Okay? So if you don't have to agree, it would be hard to maintain the center point. That text or exile somewhere here would be good. Okay, you can zoom in, say 50, 50% percent is to be ok. So what you want is to maintain so that this is at the center, right? And you can see this dilemma. Just go back to zoom fit. You can move your playhead to the beginning of this Tressie to check whether this is moving. And once you play, you want to look at the position of this. You do know once this parameter to change, okay? This perimeters changing slowly, so it is not exactly, are moving straight up. So does not want me want, so not to rectify that. You want to do is to select this fussier. So you remember this is position one to seven. Or you can do is we are going to remove this, remove this key frame, and then we can click on the keyframe, add a keyframe again. But we're going to change this to one to seven directly in the, in this box here. Okay? Now their way when you play will move up politically and not kind of have a wavy line. Alright? So this is the first part is done. Now. The next part that you want to do now is to go back to the timeline first. Next, go back to the filters tab and look for corner pin. Okay, and apply the corner pin effect. Okay? And then what you want is to move your text somewhere here of a vector beginning. You can actually move it to the center. You will notice, okay, let me just zoom out a bit. And the 25, you'll notice now that this fall buttons here. Now this allows you to adjust the corner pins, right? So what you want to do is to hover over this pin here, and then you enter move this. Okay? And you can see that the text is skewed, right? And you move this here and attacks and skewed. Okay, I am going to adjust this user more, smaller grep and move this further. Now you can actually add justice to the effect that you want to create a change in perspective so that it looks as if it is a 3D or three-dimension. So let's go back and test this out. Removed agreed, by clicking on this button here. And then click on zoom fit. And we can see how this moves less playlists. Okay, so towards the top here it doesn't look so well. So what you want to do is to adjust it a little bit more. Now let's go back and turn on the green toggle degree. Move somewhere here. And then what happens is you'll notice that this point here isn't low enough. Okay, so we're going to adjust the Klonopin lower. And you connect you to adjust these to the effect that you like. Okay? So basically that's how you create a schooling texts effect or the scrolling star was tax effect in shortcut. And you, all you need to do is use the text field and the condor pin filter. 32. Time Remapping And Speed Ramping: This video shows you how the USDA time remap filter in a shortcut to create interesting effects like this. This filter is pretty fast so you can do slow motion and even a reverse motion we filter. So let's go into the screen here right now. Now I have a clip here on my timeline, and this is just a normal clip and there are some booting vehicles on the road. As you can see, you can filter to create movement like this. Let's see how this is done. So the first thing that you want to do is to select the clip and go to your filters tab, and then go to add a filter and look for the time remap. So you can solve for it using that search bar and look for the time remap filter. So here you have your time here, and then there is the speed. So this shows you the eggs or the speed atom of the clip at this moment. And the direction is this forward, and this is the time. Okay, So we haven't done anything yet. So what you want to do is go to the keyframes tab and click on the keyframes Tab to go over to here. Now, if your keyframes tab is an open, what you need to do is to click on the top and to open up these keyframes k. So here you see a line that goes from the bottom left to the top right. And the slope of this line shows that video clip is actually playing at a normal speed, okay? Now what you want to do is to add some key frames and then you can actually have some fun with this. Now, if you make this line a horizontal line on this, I'm gonna do right now. I tried to make this line as horizontal as possible. Okay. So when the line is horizontal, it means that your desk no movement in the clip. Okay? And the less the slope. And you can actually see here or a dystopia is shows that he has been frozen. So now you actually have a someday like a feast, a freeze-frame effect. Okay. Let me just slow it down a bit so you get the idea and you get a freeze-frame. Now if the slope is downward, then you can see that the direction is reversed. So now the clip is actually a reversed. Okay? So I'm going to undo that and make this back to the slope here right now. Okay? And what I'm gonna do is to add some key frames. Okay, so first I'm going to add a keyframe here. Okay? I'm gonna do something called us, in a sense, Cosby ramping. Okay, so I'm just going to add another keyframe over here. Okay? Now for this section of the clip is playing at almost approximately the one x, okay? Now, if you want to create a spear RAM, but I want to do is to increase the slope over this section. Okay, so I'm going to push the keyframe up. So what happens now is that this section, it is actually playing a two by eight times the normal speed. Okay, So I'm just loading a bit. So 2.7 times. Alright, so here is something like a speed ramp, okay? So the video clip is speeded up. Okay. And then once it hits here is slows down, Jim. All right, so if you have able to meet this, okay, in this section and this section, the same speed. So you have the ram effect. Okay? So here is 0.7 by 76 and Edison's 0.65. Okay, so let's change the slope of it. Here is the SP ramp and you have an effect like this. Right? Now you want to create a reverse effect. I'm going to show you how to do that. I'm going to add another keyframe here. And this time I'm going to drag it down. All right? And somehow this section now is playing in reverse where you have an effect like this. Okay? Now you can actually move this closer or further depending on how fast you want that effect to change. Or in this case, we are changing direction back and forth. So you can have this kind of effect. All right? For this effect to work the best you need to have quite significant motion that hangs off, catches the eye. So you can have something like this. Okay. And wouldn't back to the timeline. And I want to show you something here. And this is another example of a clip that will work well for this kind of effect rack. Now you've probably seen this in the video where you see some region of the body and then the kinds of reverse. Let's go over here and add the filter at a time repair filter and go to the keyframes again. All right, so here you want to kind of as time this array. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to reverse the effect once the person hits in the water, okay? And some, uh, here on n and a keyframe. So now we're going to reverse this. So let's see how the DDO place is, how you create interesting videos using the time and renal function. Now this is pretty new feature and this is using a shortcut version, 21.05.01, okay? And have fun n I experimented with this. 33. Single Color Effect: In this video, I will show you how to create an effect like this where you hold a single color in your video. This effect is actually quite simple. So I have this sample clip here and add to apply this filter, select the clip, go to your filters tab, go to end and look all the chroma whole filter. Okay? Once you selected, some colors will be removed. In the default is either black or gray. So you want to select a color, click on the color picker tool. And then I'm going to select the sky and then you select the color. It means that you want the color to remain, in this case the color blue. You'll notice over here, the vehicles here are also the colors remain because those are bluish. Less has zoom in and take a look. All right. So you can see the pole and the cashier little bit bluish, or probably they are reflecting the sky, so it remains, right? The green here remains as well, probably because the color is very close to blue. Okay, so the house that five books, they read things is the distance. Now, if you raise the distance up, you notice the more and more of the color will come back. And kN, if you reduce it, more and more of the color will go away. And if you do it too much, everything will get kind of gets removed. All right, so let me show you a different clip here. Okay, Let's just do the same. All right, so let's select the orange. Okay? And you notice the scene here looks a lot more interesting. All of the orange in the scene remains, everything else is removed. So you can actually create very interesting effect with this filter. Again, you can actually adjust this and remove this one. And the tip is that you find it hard to target a certain color. What you can do is actually, you can zoom in. Okay, let's even to do the green color is kinda had to target the green. So let's zoom in to a 100. Select the color picker again, Zuma. So all the green color remains in this seat, right? So that's all about holding southern color in the scene. Now using the chroma whole filter. 34. Create Gradient Effect: this video will show you how to use the Grady in filter in a short cut. So for soft like to keep that you want to add a filter and we're going to look for the Grady in filter. And you can also just type of here. Yeah, ingredient filter. And it opens up like this. And the first thing that you want to check out exactly the blood mood and you change the blend mode. You can see that they are some changes. Hey, Celeste. Changes to the scream. Then you will have see the effect off this filter. And there are other adjustments that you can make us well. But best first, take a look at a leader. And what is this? A lying over here now? This life or here allows you to adjust the string somewhat the strength off this filter. Okay, so this is one way you adjusting it so as you draw it down, this is the white pat and this white part. Harry, first of the color here and it's dark section recover. Our refers to the stock partner with the bottle. Okay, so at the beginning, it is Look, something like this all right with other Ben Morts. Then you get to see a different kind of effect. So you can actually experiment with this to see what the fact that you really want. Okay, lets stay soft light, okay. And sometimes the effect looks pretty nice or pretty A G depending on what you are after life, right? Them. But this difference here really looks strange. Okay? And let's go and try, Say, Hugh. All right, so all these have in effect, the blame has an effect on this filter. So that's the first thing. And the second thing is actually, let me switch it back to the screen. Look, Okay. The other options, you can use me. The filter number one is this. No, at the moment is linear. You can also change it to radio. So when you change the radio, basically what you see something like a circle and that you face occurring at this circle. Okay? And I read it is radio or linear. You can also expand this box here to see what's happening and the changes that affect again . Thank you. So let me just show you if I change this back to none, okay? So here you will see very clearly that one section on the screen here is white. And this white refers to the color on the left side here. And dot refers to a site under on the right bottom. Right. Okay. So if I were to close this box, you see that the lying that that party said the bottom and the light bodies at the top. Okay. And as you open it up, it starts to behave more like angle. And you can also change this perimeter to say horizontal. Okay, so then you figure someone changed again. Well, you're one side that is bright in the Adisa. Is Doc okay? We'll change it back to the default first, and let's go back to over. Let's go back to the screen so you can see things that really be better. So now you have a good idea what's happening here. Okay? And you can make adjustments like this if you want the effect to be lesser. You can kind of move this over, and so you can see that this flight is brighter. So that's how you see that. Grady in. Okay, let me turn it off. Okay, so This is a dark pot and a greedy allows you toe like incident pot. Now, besides that, you can change the color and to change the color. You just click on the color bar here and let's change, unless true something that would be really show orangey and click on OK. And see you see the orange and you can actually create some nice effects. Aziz, if you're having a sunset kind of effect, All right. And it's pretty nice once you test it and adjusted to your liking. Now, besides adjusting this, you can also use a radio like this. So maybe you can put it at the corner here as well. So don't like making it like like flare sort of effect can do that. Oh, if you want to do something straight away like this, you can also position in that way. Okay. And again, you can know. So I just gave me this affect here at the blend modes. Okay, so here, now you have a blend more that's like that. Okay, so now it's very small. Okay, maybe you want to make the but go radioactive for laser or something like that. You can do that. Okay, so are you Need to do is to try it out. And of course, the colors. Okay. Earlier on the show you one side, you can choose the other color as well. So, in contrast, let me choose colors a green. Okay. And then you see this color affects this week. Okay? Of course. You can choose the color to be have a lesser effect. More transparent than the color Wouldn't be so strong. Say, Mr Oranges. Well, you go to the Alfa off. Our refers to the transparency off the color to 55 is almost solid. So if you go for, like, the colors, 800 0 is fully transparent. Okay, by the way, hundreds of lesser so you can actually have a lesson effect. Okay, so that's how you actually use this. Grady Infielder in shot cut 35. How To Create Glitch Effects (Applicable To Titles Too): in this video, I will show you how to create some glitch effects in a short cut. So I have some media on my timeline. Let me just show you how the glitch effects works. So I have a clip here, and it is just a click. Send a clip off, bird. Okay. And this is a handheld shots. So you have something move my no idea. So to create a glitch effect, what you need to do is go to add a filter and under the video, look for bleach. So I'm just gonna type in okay. The Clichy fair and Eddie. All right. And let me just play this for you, okay? You can see that. This effect just let it quite strong. Okay? I will reduce this a little bit. Frequency color intense is the Okay. So you can justice and is actually pretty simple. Okay, to create this effect, as if maybe your computer or some equipment is not working. Right. And this Glick effect also have key frames. All right. And you can actually use key frames. For example, if you want to adjust the block intensity as he change across the clip, you can do there. I'm going to use key frames for the block height and also key frame for the color intensity Nike. And then just move these lock so you can see things better. So this is the key frames for the color intensity, and I can actually justice. So let's say from at this point, I do know one being tested me to be so strong, I can other Another key frame and just a block height. So they say the block is reduced to 10 so it's much lower. Sorry. It used to 10. Okay. And maybe somewhere here. And one for color intensity. So the color intensity is slightly. How years Here I see. Here, blockhead. This increase it be Oops. Removed it by accident. Pretty bad. Okay, so let's go to the timeline and see what happens now. And you can take a look back. This figure changes. Okay. This block hike in the color intensity will change. That's really that's what you see on the screen. Okay, so it's actually pretty simple. If you want to create this effect now, let me just show you a different way. You can use this and we're gonna use it on the text in case so I have some text here, okay? And you can actually create whatever tax and it works. Well, let's say, for example, you are making a movie that stock numbers on dystopian or AI or whatever. Right? What I have now is just a basic tax. Okay? That's nothing yet, OK, It's just a text field. Okay, so I'm gonna add a few things to make this more interesting. So first I had a feeling you faked. So I'm going at a fading video on a less very in or C three seconds next hour at the English effect to this video again. I want to reduce things like the block color intensity. Okay. So you can see something like this. Okay, Maybe still too strong. So you can justice. I just want to show you what time you felt you can create with this. Okay? He can make you work on that text. And of course, you can Also said the key frames Hey, off the color intensity. So let's see some here at this point. Render Texas starts to clear. That's when you want to set the key frame. So let's do frequency keeping for frequency. And Schiff intensity. You can set it for all four. You light. But for the purpose of this, I just want to show you. OK, so here, maybe the intensity is much lower and the frequencies, much less. Oh, I can't even study all the way back to zero so that it's only started, like, stalking to have that effect. Okay, so once after this point, then I want to have some frequency here and intensity here. Okay. So that see how it goes. All right. So he's sort of see a leader bill of effect here. In other words, moved That's making early to be stronger. Okay. And then just a few frames down is when you really want to see change things up, make it stronger, Okay? And if anyone toe you're after is like, OK, the computer is really failing. Systems flee failing, and that's sort of what we are trying to get. Yeah. Okay, let's play this. All right. And then, of course, it at more points and make even stronger. Okay, let's go to the timeline and see how these books. Okay. Okay. So that's how you can do with the glitch effect in short cut, making some interesting videos, not just for your normal video clips, but also for your in cross off truth. 36. Cinematic Crop: this video, I will show you how you can create an effect like this. What? Sometimes you see in the movies or cinema the movies where they kind of crop the frame at the top at the bottom. So we will do the same. And if you select your foot dish well, sometimes, like, scenery can actually look very well, but we're just gonna walk me this clip here, OK? I have standard clip with the bird, all right? And what you want to do is to select the clip. And we were at a filter and the filter we were at ease the cross filter. Okay, so let's look for the crop future, and we will do we meet the crop rectangle filter, okay? And you see this? Okay. Now, what you want to do is likely to activate the key frame feature. Okay, so let's say somewhere here that's going create. Click on this on the time of to start key frame. Okay. You would be taken to the key frames panel. So somebody here, what we would do is actually to do a crop, and we will crop it to say around 580. Okay, you can crop Ito, whatever figure that you want. But I'm just showing you and 500 eighties about somewhere like this. So you had to make sure that your position this is zero. In case you don't your frame to move my foot, fall off for it to crop off anything. And for my video, my video sized rictus 1 to 0. If you're using a wider video, say, one night is your 19 to 0, Then you and make sure that your size here remains the same. Okay, All we want is for this boss to come down, and I think it's around 75 for it to be somewhere in the middle. Okay, maybe around. Yeah, I should go 72 maybe. Okay. So anyway, you can actually get the dimensions cockerille dimensions properly to make sure the center point is right at the center. Okay, So next when you went to Dewey's to change this key frame, and right now the key frame is Alina. You continue to smoke if you want to buy linear works as well. So let's just ladies and see what happens. Okay, so that's how What's the career? The fact that he's created. You can also change it to linear. Let's try this and see smooth. Sorry by changing it too small to you Ever smoother effect. Okay, so that's how you use the crop rectangle field with key frames to create such a effect using shortcut. 37. Circular Crop (Intro, Outtro, Transition): this video will show you how to use the crop circle filter, and we will use it to you. Do something creative with it. So I have a clip here on the timeline this justice than a clip here some years. So what I'm gonna do is we're gonna create something like an opening scene. So to do that when you need to do is to select their clipping dear than add a filter. And under the video, we will look for crop and we will look for crop circle, okay? And the crop circle looks something like this. And basically, the future has a very simple control. What we want to do is to use it together. We this key friend. Okay, So what I'm going to do is to use the key friend for this perimeter at the initial we're going to do is to make sure the radius zero So they exactly like totally dark seem OK. And then we were moving on, say, for example, to about two seconds here, and you can Did you see from the time it's around two second you went to open it up 200%. Okay, so let's go back to the beginning. Yes, you do that. This is what happened. Okay, so you can actually create this effect. And either at the beginning or the end, it's up to you whether you won't have the circle down, and then he opens up or you can actually do it. The reverse may as well can. You wanted reverse it, then you want to add a key frame here, and then at the end, you want to have, uh, I say these angles to zero. Okay, you can be dead as well. And you can also use it back to back. Okay, so one portion, maybe we can do something like this. Okay, let me just show you here. It's a timeline. They could do something back to back. Okay. And let's move it back. And you also add a filter. And this time we were at the field again. It's a crop, Circo future. And why we wouldn't to do now is for this clip clip of the camel again. You want to study down to zero, and then maybe somewhere here you go to 100%. Okay? So when you place it back to back, this is the fact that you will get so you can create interesting transitions with this crop circle Futa together the key frames. 38. Recording Voiceover with Shotcut: In this video, I will show you how to record a voice over using shortcut. So over here, I have a clip on my track V1. And let's say I want to record a voice over for this clip over here, which is a scene in KL CC, right? So the first thing that you need to do is to go to open other and click on audio video device. So let's select that. And then here you have the option of video input and audio input. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to turn off my video input. Because if I leave it on, it's just gonna switch on my webcam. And for the audio inputs, I am going to leave this as my microphone. So depending on what microphone that you have, no, maybe it's your billion into your laptop or maybe even a microphone from your HD webcam. Okay, so I'm gonna select the microphone for my webcam key and click on OK. All right, so as you can see, the audio peak meter starts to jump, which means it's actually picking up my voice and ready. Okay, now, next, why you need to do is go to your exports tab and click on export. And then what you want to do is to look for the audio and the Audio tab, select mp3, okay? And you can actually start capture though. However, if you want to take a look at the one step, there are some things that you may want to look at. So you can check that it is a hero's recording from the sauce form. You can actually ignore video because the video codec is disable. Alright, audio is using two channels. The codec is lip mp3 dot lame. Economically I just assembled or if you prefer, as well as the bit rate, okay? Now for example, you may want to recall constant b ray if you want to have better quality. Okay, so I'm just going to leave it as a rich be red. And you'll notice that this button now is wall capture. Okay, so I'm going to click on capture. And shortcut does requires you to save this. Okay, so I'm just going to put this as a voiceover sample. And as if okay. So now what you need to do is click on Projects tab and you can actually play this clip and then an a rate. So this is the section where I am going to narrated. So here I am at Cal CC and this is the Twin Towers, that's the Petronas Twin Tower. There is an iconic, there is a bridge for this two towers, right? It is all metal and glass. And at the bottom part there are some pine trees. So that's the end of my narration. So what I'm gonna do now is I'm going to click on stop capture. Right. Now, the phylogeny starts playing. So let me see if I could hear it. So now what you need to do is click on Projects tab. Now when you listen to the clip, you realized that it actually our aquatic way earlier. So Lord, clever, probably be starting somewhere here, so that's lay dead. And above minister bottom part there are some pine trees. Alright. So what you need to do is to listen to this clip and trim it here to here. And then once you're alright, you can actually just drag this down, okay, before we drag this down. But you want to do is to add audio track. You can actually drag the audio track down and have your voiceover below. So let's listen to this. And it's an iconic, and there is a breach followed this. Two colors. Alright, in this all metal and glass and other domestic bottom part, there are some pine trees. All right, so that's the end of my probably I need to adjust this further. Alright, and then that would be it. Now of course you need to adjust this further. Probably her retrieved this. Let me do that. So here I am at Cal CC and this is the Twin Towers, that's the Petronas Twin Tower. There is an iconic and there is a bridge for this. Okay, so this is how you record a voiceover with shortcut. 39. Audio Spectrum Visualization Effect: In this video, I will show you how to use the audio spectrum visualization filter to create some nice, interesting effect. And this effect can be used in various ways. Maybe you just want to jazz up your videos a bit, or maybe you have a Malian audio attract that you want to pause the video onto social media or to YouTube so your video won't be so boring and it has something that is sort of moving on the screen right. Now we, they said I had this music on my track, any sun track V2, and this is HLA A7 video track, okay, although this is mp3, right? So I'll just let you take a few moments to listen to each for short segment. So this is the music. To use the audio spectrum visualizations like the clip go to Filters, go to add a filter and search for audio. You can type in audio and you will find this audio spectrum visualization. Now this filter is actually under the video tab because it's actually a visual effect and that is the reason why I have to use it on video track. I'm just going to add again and volume and turn down the volume so you can actually hear me talking. Now because I need to play the music for it to see the bus jumping up and down. Okay, so let's see this in action. Okay? So the default is actually just a line that is jumping up and it is one color. So let me just pause this for us. Now, there are actually two types of spectrum visualization. You can choose lying or you can choose a bar, right? And you can choose the color. Now the line allows you to have certain options like for example, mirror or fill. All right, so let's go with a line for us. And I'm going to increase the thickness to say, six pixels so that you can see things a bit better. All right, and let's go down one by one to change the spectrum color. Click on this bar here, and you can actually select any color that you want. You can also pick a screen color. I'm going to pick something rate so data is easier to see. Okay? So this is what it looks like. Okay? Then if you want to choose Fill, then you have something like this. If fills up the space below, be underneath the line, alright? You want it to be mirror. This is what it looks like. Pretty interesting, okay. And reversing and Mirrlees flips this from the front to the back. And k, which means the low-end frequencies will be on the right side and the higher frequencies is on the left side. Okay, So this is talking about reversing the spectrum. Okay? Now when it comes to tensions and bends, I think the boss would be easier to see this in action. So I'm just going to go back to eBay and to the default. Okay, so now I'm going to change this to the bar. And bar looks something like this. Okay? Again, if the candidate has changed, I've changed the color. If you want more than one color, you can change this, increase it to 234 as many as you want. Okay? And here will be the higher frequencies, lifts M, here would be the lower frequencies. All right, so let's say I want to have a cool color for my lower frequencies. Blue. Second one, click on OK. For the green one, click on this and swell. Put a green. Maybe this green looks better. Click on this. I'm going to change it to yellow. And then finally read, okay, So now they have four colors. Let's play this. So you can actually see that. Okay, So the editing is that you can also choose the background color. I'm not gonna do that. I think this is pretty easy to do. And of course you can actually move this to the position that you want to. You can actually put it in water or the corners or resize this as well. So you have a small one at a corner and you can do that. Alright, so next, let's go with so fill and fill this. They really make any difference for bars. Mirror make some changes as well. So you can actually use this for say, a podcast, right? You can actually place it over something. Okay, for example. That's good to hear. I see you and to put it under podcasts, okay, and turn this into a video. So that way, when you export this video, people can see, okay, you will have this as your background. And you can play this, something like this. All right? And this is just an image that I created in Canva. You can actually create this image from any kind of graphical software. And I do not have any podcasts, so please don't go searching for a podcast by James. All right. So this is the background. I'm going to turn it off for us. Okay? And K back over to this filter of the spectrum filter. Now let me explain the tension. No tension. Now, if you kill. And do that. Now, tension is how fast the Basque stay up, okay? Now, if I increased attention to a higher value and notice that the boss goes down quickly, okay, Seems like it as if it is like gravity at the elisa are working on them. Whereas if you have a low tension is instead the bath isn't as kinda stay up much longer. All right, so this is when it comes to attention, the convected a default. Now the bins shows how many beds they are. So right now the default is 31, so you can actually count the upper D1 over here. If you increase it. You can see there's a lot more Ben's, a lot more bars, right? And finally, low-frequency talks about, and what frequency that these bars are stat and high frequencies has the maximum high-frequency. So you can actually change this. Now you raised a low-frequency. For instance, this music, no more bass exists, okay? So you have to have a low enough frequency for them to show up. Otherwise there's nothing there. So most of the time we should just leave it there. Unless you have some audio which is extremely low-frequency or extremely high frequency, then you may want to adjust all sort of filter. Okay? So you can do that. Finally, the threshold is and how law before the music's, before the boss has to jump. You. You said that threshold too high, you'll be filtering or almost everything. Okay? So eventually levy around there. And that's basically it. Now, you can actually mix some interesting effects, like for example, putting another filter like the size, position and rotate filter. Let's say you want to rotate this to another, we can rotate this 90 degrees. And then you would have something like this. And you can, let me just remove this for us. Now, there's also another filter that you can use, which is the 360 degrees. Our transform filter. That is actually a very interesting field, but you put it on to an effect like this. It gets very, very differently. So we are at the 360 transform filter. Okay? If you change the pitch by changing the your is just moving left and right. Let me go back to the default. Changing the pitch or do something quite nice actually. Okay, you to hear him. Nice effect. In fact, you can actually create a light show just from the music loan. Okay, and let me just do it yet. It comes like this, okay, Lesser refer back to that default deposit. Now you go with a row. It will look like something like this. And the great thing about this is that this tree under 60 transformed degree has some keyframes, right? So you really can go crazy with this, okay? So I'm going to revert all this fuss, okay, so you can have something that starts out like this. Let's put a keyframe for these two parameters. Okay? So we are now at a keyframe tail. So this is how the music is playing, how the spectrum looks like. So let's say we change the pitch to something like this, right? And then you can change it even more. Okay, let me just say, let's not do all this. I'm just going to remove the peach fuzz. Let me redo this. Okay, So this is the row k. Let's add a pitch. Go back to normal for us. Change the pitch to something like this. So you can actually create a light show in this case. And they're less, A12 are changing more and so on and so forth even changed the role. So you can have all that. All right, so this all about the audio spectrum visualization filter in a shortcut. 40. Shotcut Update v20.09.13 - Additions To The Interface: In this video, we've looked at what is new in Schottky and Odysseus shortcut version 20, 0-9 No.1 tree. The first thing that you'll notice in this version is that you have this extra texture, which is the logging button on the editing, effects and color audio as well as player. Now you also notice this setting over here. If you go to see a real good to the layout, you also see all these buttons over here, Alright? Similar to what you see on the right, we hear, okay, you can see a logging editing, effects and color. But this button allows you to do is a key to switch from different, different user layouts as you edit your video. Okay, so let's go to the effects layer. So you click on it. You'll notice there now keyframes is here. Alright, your filters are on the left, and then your preview window is over here or n, the timeline is at the bottom. Okay? Now if you earned your usual editing layout, you'll notice that your keyframes and timeline is on a different tab at the bottom. So it will defense or knew how you want to use it. It doesn't really make that much difference. However, in some cases is useful. For example, you have, if you had done some edits and you want to take a closer look, you can go to the player layout, which displays your reader that you have edited in a large format so that you can see things a little bit better. Okay, so this is the first change in this version of shortcut. Now the next important thing is the filters. And there are two main changes. Number one is actually the size, position, and rotate. Now this used to be two filters, but it has been combined into one, used to be the size and position filter and then rotate and skill, right? So this has been combined into one. So if you were to select this filter now, you have your rotation option. You also have the zoom option or which is the scale option. Alright? And you can also still resize your video or your text using these same filter. You also notice that there is this bar here that allows you to hang off our move your mouse over and you rotate your media, or your text or your media clips, right? So it works the same way as setting the rotation over here. Okay? So let's, let's change the rotation by moving this. Setting, the rotation here is my credit. Of course, it's maybe a little bit harder to control this, whereas over here allows you to set a rotation much better. Alright? And of course, here is the set to default as well as the keyframe. So you can actually keyframe that rotation as well as keyframe that zoom over here. Okay, so let me just reset the rotation to 0. And here is actually the zoom or a skill. So I used to be called Rotate and Scale. So here now is the zoom. So you can see the how far you under zooming. Media or zoom-out. Alright, so this is the second major change. And one other thing is, let's go back to, let's remove this filter. Another filter is this nu, is the texts are rich filter. Now this used to be called a text HTML filter. However, the tax HTML and text reached filters and slightly different. So let's go to select texts rich. So tax, which allows you to create texts directly on your frame, rather than typing that tax on, on a box on the left here. Okay? So if you were to, You can actually see this year, There's actually some text as hidden by the menu, right? So if you were to resize this, you can see that we better. Alright, so this is the default which is showing shortcut. So let's type in some text and say this is simple text, right? So you can change the texture using the bot. So it's actually much easier to make changes in the way you can change the font size and see it straightaway on screen that you can set. I'll tell lakes underlying as well as I said, a font types over here, right? So you can actually do all this on the screen using this text rich filter. And there's also some menu here for you to undo, et cetera. So other than that, this is the color. You can change the color. So it's all done on the screen rather than on the box on the side. Let me remove this. Finally, a new filter in a shortcut called the blur pen filter. This is particularly useful if you have vertical video, then you have shot. And if you use the vertical video in shortcut, One of the things that happens is that you will have black bars on the left and on the right of the video. So we, this blurb had filter, it will fill up this place. So let's go to add a filter and look for the blur pet filter. You can search for it under the blur section. So you have various type of blur. This is the new one, blood pet, and you click on it. You notice that shortcut takes something from this frame here and fills it to the background and blue for you in one single step, you can adjust the blur. And if I reduce the blur or the way, you will notice that shortcut is actually taking this section of the video and placing as a background and blurry for you. And it is a very convenient and you get him to adjust the amount of blood so that he doesn't have to be solved and distinct and Multiservo. So this is particularly useful if you have a lot of vertical video. For example, you have a video which is horizontal. And then the next part of the video, you have to use some footage, wikis, vertically shot. You can use this blur and Penn filter. So that's the major changes in a shortcut version, 200913. And I hope that this is something for you to be aware of. 41. Create thumbnails from video: In this video, I will show you how you can actually export a frame to create a Tom Neil. To do that, all you have to do is to move your playhead section that you want, okay, the frame that you want. And you can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select your frame by frame. So let's say this the frame that I want or you need to do now is to go to File, go to Export frame. Okay, so once you click on that, shall come opened up this window to ask you to save data frame. So just give it a name. I'm going to give it as say KML. Ok, and it's going to save it as a PNG or you need to do is click on Save. Now, if you go to the thumbnail now is just static frame k and you can actually edit to your clay this if you want to. All right, so this thumbnail is PNG file. You can even add this thumbnail in a graphics editor if you choose to. 42. Exporting your video: In this video, we'll take a look at exploiting your videos with short cut in order to export a video from shortcuts. But you need to do is to click on the Export tab. If you're Export window isn't open. So I'm just going to click on that. And you open up this tab over here at the bottom, right. So this is another default. They are, okay. Now there are some presets over here and it could be sort of partially hidden. So what you want to do is to hover between your preview window here and the Export window. And you can actually move it to the right to create some space so they can see things a little bit better, right? So let's scroll up. Now. We hear there are bunch of stop reassess that you can use. For example, things like even give animation hashtag 260 for things like YouTube. And there are also some, there are actually some older formats, for example, camcorders and et cetera, okay. Things like stills and for legacy as well and form. All right, so we're gonna focus mainly on this era here. And if you're not quite sure, Misha format to use the stiffest one is actually to just choose the YouTube one, because this is actually a quite a commonly used format for video and you should be able to play on your computer, on YouTube, many other video hosting site as well. You can modify some of the options, which is what we're gonna do. Okay? Now the first thing is you can actually export from your timeline. You can export from your playlist, each playlist item as well as from the sauce. Now, usually we will actually export from the timeline, which means this is all the edits that you have done. But just for your information, you can also edit things from your playlist. So for example, I have just three video clips over here. So if I were to export, save from the playlist, shortcut will do is there a shortcut would create a video by making this tree are video clips into one single video. Alright? So you do have the option if you want to create that. And besides just video, you can actually put in, say, 10 images. And the key shortcut can create a video from images just like that. Okay? So of course, you can also export each playlists item as well as from the source. Now if you are to export the source means shortcut will actually export whatever's on the screen here at the moment. So there's nothing over here. You have to be careful therefore, when you choose this, and usually we would just use export from that timeline. You can also export from the macro as well. And this is making use of timeline macros, which you see here. So this gives you the child's just export a section of your videos on the timeline. In order to use timeline markers, you have to first click on this icon here, which is the market, and then use the control key to stretch out a section. If you go to the export tab, it gives you the option to export from the markers as well. However, do check out the video on using timeline markers to understand more about using this Anti-Climacus. Next are you have these hardware encoder. If you want to choose, highway encoder means you instruct shortcut to use some of your more CPU resources. You can click that. And if it's 10 on, then if you go to the configure, some of these options are checked depending on your computer. Using hardware encoder may result in a faster edit, and sometimes it could be even a little bit slower. So you can actually test this on. I do take note that when you use hardware encoder here, the codec here, okay, Let's cancel this, the codec here by be different. Okay, lifo in mice case it uses this hashtag 264 envies and see, alright, so if I turn this off, then you will be under different codec. Okay? So let's go back to video. These are all for the time being. So under YouTube you can actually select your video resolution. This is full HD at 10, 20 by 1080 pixel, right? So this is the full HD resolution. So if you have a smaller video, then you may want to change the resolution to the appropriate ones. And this is the aspect ratio, okay, 16, 19, which is for white screen. If your video is larger, then you need to adjust this to a larger resolution. If it's smaller than you need to adjust it to a smaller one. Okay? And the next thing is actually the frame rate or the frames per second. Now the best thing is if you didn't change your frame rate, if you use the origin of frame rates of the video clip that you have recorded. Like for example, for my video here, for my camera in my region is the frame rate is 29.970. For my video, I'm going to usually keep this as dead. Okay? So this is my frame rate for this video as well. So for your region, it might be different. Tried to stick to it so that your video resolution as you export the video will be the best, okay? And it also has to do with your settings here when you set your video mode. The original clips from your camera is at say, 25 frames per second. Then you want to satisfy your video project settings as well as for your export settings as well. Okay, scanner or you can leave it as progressive that the interlaced. Now usually I choose the best one. And then lastly is the interpolation. Interpolation, I use a link, those I think lenses and which is the best quality. And this is actually useful, for example, when you scale into your video when you do some key framings. So where there's an interpolation of the pixels on the screen. So if you choose the best means, you get the best quality by emetic longer for your export to export, okay? The next two is scaling and parallel processing. Just leave parallel processing on unless you have issues. Now when it comes to previous scaling mission, it is turn off for your final export. Okay, Now this previous scaling is used in conjunction with the setting here, which is proxy as well as previous scaling. Let's say you have 10 proxies, a previous scaling on, and you're also using proxy, right? So what shortcut does if you turn this option on as well, is Chicago create just a draft copy of your video. So it is useful if you want to just look through Yarra Video Export and see how things are, are created. So it will be at a lower resolution like for example, in this case, if my previous scaling is at 50 TP, then the video des export that would be 50 DP. If I want to have the final resolution, then I should make sure that this is an unchecked, Okay, now I'm a video on talking about a proxy as well previous scaling do watch the video. You explain a lot more about using this and is actually to do this Muda edits, okay? Especially if you have a high resolution files and your computer is not so powerful, right? So next we will hit onto the cadet. Now, this is the default quota if you're using YouTube with the hardware encoded and off. So this is lip x 264, which is very similar to hedge dot 264. So leap hex 264 is the open source version. Now you can also change this codec. So if you're not sure what you are doing, just leave it as hex 264. If you want to try it back to 65, you can do that as well. This one is a higher compression format, which means your video will be in a higher, highly compressed, have a smaller file size, but your computer will have, take a longer time to create a video. And some places might not be able to play this. So you, depending on where you are going to use that video right now, if you are using heavy include encoded and it changes to a different one depending on your computer, right? So you can try either one of these. Now the next important thing is the rate control. There's a field. The default is actually that quality-based variable be read. Again, VBM stands for variable B RED, which means based on this quality that you set here, shortcut would create that video. If you want to have a higher quality, you can sell it to higher, say, about 75 or even 80. And if you want the ultimate quality of your video, you can even set it to a 100. You want your video to come up with a sudden file size. You may want to use average should be read as o constant be read. For example, if you use average, be read you then tau shock, what Todd be read you one, your video. And Ashoka would try to target that video be red. And the higher the bit rate, the higher the quality of your video. So this is averaged be red. You have constant period as well, which means Chicago credit as a constant and b. Now usually what I do is I use quality basal VBR for most of my edits. And in a lot of videos that you see me using a shortcut to create that. And I just usually just took this higher if I want to have a higher quality. Okay? Now one thing to note is that if you use a YouTube, okay, I'm just going to click on YouTube now. And YouTube have different requirements for the GOP, as well as the frames you hover over it. Then it actually talks about group of pictures which is the maximum a keyframe interval. Okay? So if you're not sure, I just leave this alone and use the default. If you are using the hashtag 264 high profile, then he has different settings for this. Okay? So this is the B frames is the bidirectional data pictures. All right, so, okay, so we first show, just leave things alone. Make sure this is not checked, okay. Otherwise you would just have a blank a video. All right. Let's click on YouTube. Next is the audio. Audio. The best thing is to leave the channels as cereal or two channels. You do have the option to export as a single mono, as well as a surround sound, okay, If you have the suitable tracks for right, sample rate, leave it as 48 thousand. This is the common sample rate for video, rather audio for video. And this is another 144,100 hertz. So depending on your original song and the original clip is best to leave it as that. Leave the codec, AAC as well. This is a common one as well. Average. Leave it as that. You don't need to change that. And when it comes to the bit rate, you can select anything from a low figure up to a very, very high figure. The usual Bibirevo audio, or rather audio for video ranges from 192 to 256. If you want to have slightly higher, you can go for that. Okay, so 256 is actually the common ones, right? Yes. The other tab, which more advanced setting, just lifting Sloan. All right. So basically you are actually good to go once you have selected or this. And what you want to do now is to click on export the file. All right, So click on that. I should cover open up a window. So let's say I'm going to export this video to the test directory. So document video tests, you can actually select the directory here on the go. Okay. Then give it the file name. So let's say this is my test. And usually I tried to use FC to tell me, just to remind myself that this is the final cut, right? And I click on safe. Okay? And on the top right here in the jobs of Windows shortcut is encoding or rather exploiting that video. Okay, now if I double-click it, this is the video that is on the screen right now. Okay? In fact, play is somewhere here. So the text would come on. Now you want to locate your video on your folder, just right-click. Show in folder. Okay, so this is the path relation to, okay, I can click it and this is how you place. Let me just stop that. Okay, let me close the window. So that's all for exporting your video. We shot cut.