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LumaFusion Version 2+ for Beginners

Lance Tegner

LumaFusion Version 2+ for Beginners

Lance Tegner

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48 Lessons (4h 6m)
    • 1. 1 LumaFusion2 Intro

      1:30
    • 2. 2 Creating New Project and Managing Projects 2

      7:31
    • 3. 3 Project Settings and Global Settings

      7:42
    • 4. 4 Importing Media and Supported Formats

      6:23
    • 5. 5 Managing Media and Viewing Meta Data

      6:58
    • 6. 6 Previewing and Importing Clip Segments

      4:07
    • 7. 7 Offline Media and Supported Formats

      5:35
    • 8. 8 Insert Overlay and Replace Clips

      6:44
    • 9. 9 Quick Add

      2:21
    • 10. 10 Timeline Tools Explained

      7:28
    • 11. 11 Aranging Clips in the Timeline

      5:40
    • 12. 12 Trimming Splitting Duplicating and Deleting Clips

      5:14
    • 13. 13 Slip and Ripple Edits Performing J and L Cuts and Detaching Audio

      6:46
    • 14. 14 Working with Multiple Video Tracks and Clip Linking

      3:59
    • 15. 15 Live Mixing Fading and Key framing Audio2

      6:58
    • 16. 16 How to record Voiceover and using External Microphone

      4:12
    • 17. 17 Adding Audio Fliters and Effects

      4:22
    • 18. 18 Selecting Best Audio and Filling Channels

      3:19
    • 19. 19 Frame and Fit

      4:46
    • 20. 20 Picture in Picture and Split Screen

      2:10
    • 21. 21 Animating Camera Moves and Ken Burns Effect

      5:32
    • 22. 22 Saving Frame and Fit Presets

      2:18
    • 23. 23 Applying Colour Correction and Keyframe Effects

      7:41
    • 24. 24 LUTS Explained Using Built In LUTS

      3:35
    • 25. 25 Copying Colour Effects to Multiple Clips

      3:20
    • 26. 26 Applying Speed Effects

      2:30
    • 27. 27 Creating Basic Titles

      6:20
    • 28. 28 Advanced Titles

      5:40
    • 29. 29 Animating Titles

      4:15
    • 30. 30 Importing Fonts

      2:09
    • 31. 31 Adding Transitions

      2:56
    • 32. 32 Titles that Track and Object2

      8:52
    • 33. 33 Track Speed and Using Slow Motion

      3:49
    • 34. 34 Importing Media from FiLMiC Pro

      2:20
    • 35. 35 Exporting your Finished Movie

      4:51
    • 36. 36 Project Backup and Restore

      3:35
    • 37. 37 How to use Greenscreens

      8:55
    • 38. LumaFusion Practical 1 - Practical Intro

      1:13
    • 39. LumaFusion Practical 2 - Importing Media

      6:43
    • 40. LumaFusion Practical 3 - Colour Correction

      5:21
    • 41. LumaFusion Practical 4 - Adding and Animating A Title

      8:20
    • 42. LumaFusion Practical 5 - Adding Transitions

      5:27
    • 43. LumaFusion Practical 6 - Audio and Fading

      4:06
    • 44. LumaFusion Practical 7 - Adding Voiceover

      6:04
    • 45. LumaFusion Practical 8 - Keyframing a Title

      7:55
    • 46. LumaFusion Practical 9 - Adding Outro

      8:51
    • 47. LumaFusion Practical 10 - Adding Map

      6:48
    • 48. LumaFusion Practical 11 - Exporting Final

      3:12
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Learn all the features you need to create engaging video content wether for sharing with friends and family or for professional use.

Learn how to create your own video creations on the go using the most popular mobile video editor: Luma Fusion.

Basic features of Luma Fusion
How to use these features in your video projects
Practical usage of Luma Fusion in the go editing
Tips and Tricks on how to get the most out of your mobile editing

Edit videos like a professional without needing professional equipment
Learn how to use Luma Fusion as well as the fundamentals of creating a good video using nothing more than a iOS device and Luma Fusion. Luma Fusion is used by many professionals and amateur creators around the world for powerful on-the-go editing. I does not matter if you are a seasoned reporter doing a story in a foreign country or a family member creating engaging holiday videos, you can do it all with the software.

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Suitable for anyone who has the desire to learn to use both this software and how to create engaging video projects. You do not need any prior knowledge on this subject but a basic knowledge of how to use your chosen iOS device.

You will learn all the skills needed to get going creating right away as well as the flexibility of Luma Fusion. Opening many possibilities for creative expression using video as your tool.

We will also go through some practical work so that you can see the actual usage of some of the features you have learned. I will also be adding new content to the course as new features are added to Luma Fusion so that this will be a tool to stay current with Luma Fusion and its capabilities.

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1. 1 LumaFusion2 Intro: Hillary run. My name is Lawrence, and I'd like to thank you for choosing this course. This course will start you right from the beginning, and it assumes that you have no prior knowledge in limit fusion. You will need to have bloomin fusion on an iPad or iPhone or something that you can work along with us. The schools will take you from importing your media, doing your titles, transitions, all that type of thing. So the basics will show you the you I what it looks like, how to use it, and we'll move right into doing some color correction. But if sound all the tools that you need to make your project worthwhile will then move into something a little bit more advanced and then right at the end, I'll give you a project that I have basically just accumulated some media, and we can make our souls a little trouble video, and we'll go through and use all the tools that you have learned in this course. This course is based off Loomis fusion vision to they're the guys behind loom effusion periodically updates their software and the end in some pretty significant features. What I'll do is at the end of the course all adding sections as the new updates come out where I explain the update. And if there's anything significant that I can actually do a course on or a lesson on Sorry , I will do that and add it to the end to that new section on that version. That way you can continue to get value out of this course, hopefully way into the future again. Thank you for choosing this course and let's get started. 2. 2 Creating New Project and Managing Projects 2: in this. Listen, we're gonna have a look at creating a new project and managing projects as well as a little bit about the Yuhei itself. So when you first open refuge in this is what you're gonna be presented with Unless, of course, you already have projects. Then you'll see the projects in this bottom window. So in the top left here, this window over here, you would normally see your imported media. I haven't yet to important immediate into this applications. For now, there's nothing there. Over here, you would see a list of your project if you have already worked on a project in your lost open project will be year. And then over here you have your viewing window where you will see all your clips that you're importing or the timeline that you're working on down the bottom. Here, you see all your project specific buttons on the bottom left. Starting off with your create new project. When you click that you will obviously get your default settings, which I'll show you. What you sit them. We'll just call this this project one. The reason that you're not seeing a keyboard is because I have an external Bluetooth keyboard connected. Otherwise you would normally see your keyboard like this where you would use to top the default frame right over here is also sit in your preferences. You can change it here, as you wish, sitting into whatever. I normally use it at 30 frames a second, because that is pretty much a standard for four K. And, of course, 16 by nine is your standard SP Grecia off four K or uhd Full HD, etcetera. After you given it a name, you just clicked the plus button over here, and it'll create a new project to get back to the project's window. You use this button down the bottom right, which is your projects, and here you'll see your project listed, including the one we've just created, moving on with the buttons down the lift. Inside. The second button will be to import an existing projects. So if you at one some point exports of the project or backed up a project, this is where you'll go to actually import their project again, and you can see you can imported from various places. The next button long is to duplicate the project, so whichever project is highlighted. In this case, we only have the ones that taste Project one. When I click that you'll see, it'll create a copy of this. This isn't us if you have a project that you've been working on and you'd like to do some changes, but you don't want to change the existing project as it is, you could make yourself a duplicates and carry on doing all your head. It's there without affecting the first copy that you made. The fourth button along is your optimized and consolidate. As you see with the text. Here, optimize and consolidate will duplicate the selected project. Optimize the media to resolve playback and export issues and copy it into a single folder in your imported La Brea and then consolidate will basically do the same. Accepted 12 optimization off the media. First, it'll just take all your media pilot into one directory underneath your imported atoms. A lot of the media that your import will be compatible with your iPad. There will be occasions, however way it'll only be see me compatible, I suppose, is the word where it will actually show a little hesitant on on the media telling you that they might be problems of the playback. This will generally happen if you use timber media with something like that, that you can use this and you can actually convert all that media before you start editing your project and basically avoid when he problems, you might have a later stage, especially on playback, while you're editing. And then, of course, your fifth button of the year is to delete project. So you see, we But a second project which we duplicated, we can just delete it. Are you sure? Yes. And little deleted. Obviously, it's not going to get rid of any of the media that you used within their project. This is just getting rid off the project farm. If you had media imported, that media would still remain in your on your iPad and your projects window. If you go over to the writer inside, yeah, you will see a search if you have a lot of projects listed here and you do want to find something that you have listed or put into the notes, which I'll show you how to do now, then this is where you'll go to when your actual project itself. You'll see that there's a little dot over here. Sorry. Let me get back there. If you click of their daughter, lie to color, code or color. Tag your projects. This is good for organization. If you got a lot of projects and you want to know that any vacation videos, maybe that you're doing or green and any work videos that you're doing or maybe orange? Whatever the case is, you can color code them and basically help the organization off your project. And the next to that you get the project name and then a notes. If you click on the notes, you can now go and add a note. This is good. If you basically want to remember something that you need to do the later stage or if you have multiple people working on a single project, then you want to send that project to them. But you want to give them notes and say, Ah, I don't like the color. Please change or whatever the case may be, you know, have a notes attached, and then the next time you go to that project, you can remember Ah yes, I need to change the color or whatever the case may be going further along, you'll see the duration of the project over here on this project. We haven't even started. So of course it zero duration the frame rate, the aspect Russia, the date that you corrected the project and Tom and the lost date that the project was edited on at the bottom, right inside of the project window. You will see a search facility if you have a lot of projects and you have added in notes like we did with our previous project. When we get back there rocketed with our previous project and we wanted I do searches on those notes or on the colors or on the heading, or basically anything that we've added to that project. This is where you would go to you. We go to the search facility and, uh ah, color ripped color and it'll pick up because I have actually head of good color in the notes there. So it'll pick up any projects that have color in the name or notes. Toilet up things like that. The next button along is your filter button. So if you click on that, you can fool to your projects again. If you got a lot of projects here, you could fall to them by title, but dates ascending, descending. Um, the collar tag that you've used the notes creates a date, modified date and duration. So there's a lot of options. They If you do have a lot of projects, you can fool to them and get to what you're looking for. And of course, you can do it descending or ascending. 3. 3 Project Settings and Global Settings: in this lesson, we're gonna have a look at global sittings and project sittings. So in the bottom left right inside story, you'll see there's a little gear icon. This is where all our settings are your take on it. When you first open up your settings, you'll be first with your current project settings. This is the project that you have opened at the moment. You can change the frame rate here. Expect pressure in the background color to pretty much whatever you feel like. Obviously, this is not something that you're going to really see if you have video on there. But if you have a transparent image or something like that, then that Becker and Cattle coming to play. Then you have your clip defaults the fit mode. So we import like a image or a video, something that is not of the same aspect. Ratio is your video is, then this is how you can sit it and the behavior when he first imported obviously again, you can change any of these on the fly. But when you first imported, this is how it's gonna operate. So this is fit, little shrink, whatever image or video down to fit within the frame that you have full, which is your default. Settle full, the frame completely handle. Chop off the top bottom left or right, whichever and focus so you can focus on a piece of the image. And, of course, stretch. I don't think anybody really uses it, but it is they. If you do need to, you have a use for it. I'm just leave it at the default off full underneath it. These are Tom Ing, so these are just default timings. When you import photo into a timeline, it'll default to two seconds long again simply by stretching it at original See later. Listen, you can change it to whatever you want. The same with titles. When you first started title, it's going to be default to do four seconds on the timeline and transitions. Your default transition is one second. The next have along is ducking. I'm not gonna explain ducking in this lesson. It will be a later Listen. We would go through this, but it's an audio sitting for voice moving along. We got preferences thes your default preference is first of all, so when you start a new project This is just the settings that is going to use to start off with again. As you saw in a previous listen, you can change it as you go. It's just frame rate aspect ratio, which they are many off and number off project backups to keep it automatically backs up your project. So this is just the number. It'll keep replacing the oldest one with the newest one as you go along User interface clip stall. This clip stall is in your time line and you just because, yes, that I can show you. Okay, so we have a clip over here, you'll see that there is a little image there and then your audio way for Let's Go back to Preferences and you see that is normal so you'll see the little image as well as three audio way for, But you can have it with no image. You'll see now that the images Gordon on my timeline and, of course, the other way around. You can have only image ended to remove the way form. That's quite nice if you want to work on sound only and you just want the image out the way . For while you're doing that, you can quickly come and say to tear, We'll just leave it It normal for now with both show touches. Obviously, I've got that on because I'm busy during lessons. Reverse frame step just her. These suggested to go from frame by frame on the actual preview screen up here. I'll show you that in a later listen, but the skin You can change it to go the other way as to the standard way that it is, and we got some advance sittings. The preview sitting is just the quality off the video that is going to play within your preview, depending on the strength of your device. I haven't said to best, but you could set it down to balanced or forced us. You'll get a lower quality preview, but remember, that doesn't effect the final product. That is just what you going to see while you're editing here. The final product you have to sitting specifically for that, which will determine the quality of that video. These are some defaults for inserting new videos. Ripple, Main trek for transition insert. So when you insert a transition between like you see, I've got run over there between two tricks. It'll move those tricks left and right, and squeeze it in so that it doesn't just overwrite pieces of video. This is basically how it's going to work once you on link a trick. So if you look, it's a lock, the entire main trick here, anybody else that are linked, you can see they're linked by this little line that goes from the top video down to the bottom video. That line will go away so that that can still be edited and moved while this obviously is then locked. If you now move this because it can still be moved this piece of this trek over here, that one will move along with it because its link to that trick. But if you don't like that behavior, this is where you will go to, say remain linked. And then, of course, if you take a snapshot what format you wanted P and G or J pig. To me, that doesn't really matter, so just leave it at whatever the default, ease off the preferences you have clean up. This is exactly what it's it's Ah tells you, gives you a bit of information down here with imported media. How much space that's taking in use in use, processed media and the course allows you to clean up that media. If you go clean up temporary files, that's always going to do all the temporary files that optimized falls, etcetera, that it's created. It'll clean those up cached files. If the project that you're working on you're not working on it present, then it'll clear it all. The Crashed Falls that it's made for that project clean up all cash media. So previous projects, early products, this project everything will be cleaned up. Sorry, this one before it is specific to the project that we're working on now. So if I want to clean up the cash trials for this project, that's where the one I will use phone a cleanup cached files for all projects that I have on this device. That's the one I will use, and you can associate automatic cash cleanup. And of course, you can go here and reset everything to default settings. Just very mind that all the changes that you've made in your preferences will be reset, and then the lost tape is your help section, which has as you guessed it. Some help tutorial videos that they have loom infusion themselves have done reference guide . I guess the most support you can review the application, and you can upload your project to the support for troubleshooting. Very mind that you have to have a really contacted the support when using this facility and they'll give you a code. The Journey to use win uploading. 4. 4 Importing Media and Supported Formats: in this. Listen, I'm going to show you how to import your media into limit fusion, your various ways to do it festival or the standard ways that limit fusion supports. As far sources go, you have photos. This is your photos, but you can get into and import photos or videos, or whatever the case is. You'll also notice that there's a breadcrumb at the top. Little allow you to never get your photos or wherever you happen to be in as well. So if I go to videos, you'll see my hand. I have videos and photos. I can click. Then it'll take me back to photos. So if I going to select a far, you'll see that the little cloud icon over here means that it's sitting in the cloud simply by dragging a piece off the video or the entire video over to your timeline. It'll download that video and edit your Tom Ron. You distribute that second along is no box support Now. I don't have no box myself, but you can connect wirelessly to a no box and get your media directly from there, framed out Iose integration into world frame dot io and It's a more professional platform for delivering and editing and getting feedback on media for professionals imported. This is basically where all the stuff that you are actually importing from various places will be stored on your iPad storey blocks. This is a subscription service. Although there is some free media, you'll see there's a few that are marked as free in a later listen. I'll actually go into the media supplied by storey blocks and how to get it all in and what have you. But just know that it's a source off stock footage, sounds music. That's up a thing that you can also bring in titles. This is the titles that you either created yourself or the standard ones in bloom. Effusion. As you can see, there are quite a few again we'll get into actually using titles in a later listen. Transitions. Same story. These transitions provided barley infusion and our tunes cartoons. My kids, once access to will allow you to select music and videos from iTunes. At least that's the theory. I've yet to find music that is actually allowed to be used because you actually paying for the subscription. Generally, you're not gonna be able to use most of the stuff that you have in iTunes in your videos, but it's there in case there is something that you've created that you put into iTunes. You can then go and get it from iTunes. These are the basic sources that you can get from the other way to get it is you'll see there's an import button at the top, right of your sources. Yeah, and this provides you a whole lot of other ways to get in your media. Generally, this is where you'll be going to if you've got media stored on the computer that you want to bring in via iTunes or if you have a network drive that you want to use, or if you would just go to your iCloud, etcetera, etcetera, these old places that your dues if you go, I can't. It'll open the cloud interface, the different sources or fear lee endless. As far as this interface goes, because you can keep adding different sources into your files EP on your iPad or phone, and from there you can actually then go to Google. Various upset I've got on here my cloud external storage, etcetera etcetera. So there's a lot of places that you can import from. Ty S gets updated confusion, then also adds in more sources that are supported by eyes. When I you can go there to our cloud drive, you can connect to a wireless or network drive your dropbox box. Google, Dr One Drive or cartoons fall sharing to use the iTunes fall share. What you do is you go over to your PC or Mac and you open up iTunes and you select. You're in this case I paid, and then you go down to you'll see here fall sharing in false hearing. You just scroll down until you fund Lima Fusion, and then you can just go to whatever fall that you want to put their and simply dragging across and drop it There. It'll copia toothy op ed and then a limit fusion. You just go. Our chains fall sharing and you'll see the fall day. Selected and important. It'll appear in what imported items under false there. It is just very mind that when you were importing media, Luna Fusion will support media that he supported by your eyes the bus every time, the updates, your eyes device. It is more and more support for various media tops, but you may still come across media types that are not supported by limb fusion because they're not supported by the operating system. The I s safe you importing something like a tin but file from a deer so or something like that. It may not be supported natively when you imported and you'll find that is, it's just blanket doesn't show anything when you imported, and they'll be a warning sign on that saying, Look, you can't this is not supported and you can play back. There may be issues as we saw in the previous listen with the project's window. You can use the optimization facility in the Projects window to optimize that video, so if it's not compatible, you can make it compatible. To a certain extent. They are still some videos that won't convert, but most will 5. 5 Managing Media and Viewing Meta Data: infusion, Managing your media and viewing the different information on that media is fairly simple. You'll see all the media is basically viewable in this top left window. There's a clip that I imported recently. Now you don't have to have it. In that particular view. You can change the view off the clips by clicking down here. You'll see the list, and it will actually give you a view. Options. So this is on order, so it'll change depending on where it is. If it's just a directory structure for folder structure, it'll listed. If it's actual images or clips, little view the images. You see it there, but you can force it to just use the list year. Oh d seven l view I normally leaving on list view between We were not automatic. If it doesn't really matter to you, you can also listed by title creation datemodified date size, color notes, duration resolution, frame rights frame. Expect Russia and sample right so many options that you can use to list your images and video. And of course, you can do it ascending or descending when you have an image or video highlighted, it will appear in your viewer on the right inside your This will give you a few extra options. You'll see down the bottom left. Here is an information button. If you click that once, it'll show you the basic information on their clip. If you go along to the right inside here, you'll see there's three dots. Majid's just giving me picking up here. You click on that. It will actually give you more detailed information and Ally to do a few things so you can see the full duration. The video format and frame right, the aspect ratio and resolution, the audio they shall fall. Name the size and the data was created on. You'll see there's another two things at the top here, which will allow you to rename it and to give it notes. So if we click on rename, it's obviously we can go and say Change it to that. The same of the notes. Also, why you have while you have the video selected on the left here. You can also then go and change as we did with the projects and earlier. Listen, you can give it a kala tag per clip, so all road clips. Let's say your red and we can then go on sort or list by those colors as well. You'll see one of the selections here was list by color again, like in the project section. You can also go over here and go in. Search all your clips for various things and you can search all of them or just imported folder. You can search the name of the item, the notes and various other things pretty much everything that is listed here you could search on. So for those of you that have hundreds and hundreds of clips and huge op ed storage, you can then go and organize your clips and search through them in a room infusion. You can also have different layouts, so you don't have to have this default loud with the media here, the view here and the timeline here you can go to the bottom right inside and see this button over here, and you can sit any of these view tops of her changes there. That's which is the media library and the view around and various other layouts, depending on what your preferences. Obviously a lot of these lads will depend on the size of the device that you're using to edit another facility that loom infusion has is to airplay or to display this preview window on an external screen. So if you're plugged in via a doc that has HTM R ATS, one of the dong rules that are supplied by Apple or one of the many third party dangles you can, you can display the preview on an external screen If you're sitting in your office or in a place where it's conducive to do, sir, that might be an option, especially if you're using a phone or something with a smaller work space that you need to optimize your workspace as needed. As you can see here we have the up had not connected up to a dock connector. There's an HMR out, and we not have an additional our corn over here, which is your sharing icon, as you can see there. But if I click that button, the TV shows the entire preview. So with that preview up there, this allows you to do more things on your iPad. You go back down to the arcade, you'll see that our view options now has three extra selections. These three over here. What the's is is this is basically just the latte of the iPad. The viewer, no matter what I do, is long a selecting those. The viewer will remain on the TV. So if we select this one, the 1st 1 what it is is your timeline. Obviously, with your view still on the monitor, the next one down is just Jewell La Brea. But you can still scroll along at the top play, etcetera. Of course, there's all appear on the wanted to, and then the lost one, which is my preferred one. We'll give you both your library at the bottom here and your timeline at the top, giving you much more space to work on your timeline while still having your preview on the biggest screen. If I press play, you'll see that you getting a nice preview. So this is a great way if you have an office or a base that you go to to work with your iPad. You can still continue to work on limit fusion but have an external monitor to make it a much more compelling piece of software to use in an office environment as well 6. 6 Previewing and Importing Clip Segments: in this. Listen, we're going to show you how to bring clips into your timeline in different ways. So the first way is if you go to your imported items or places like yam in photos and video , and you just double tip on an item again in this case it is to actually download that atom from the cloud. But simply by double tapping on various items, it'll lead them to the timeline one after the other. The other way to import items is if you actually want to import just a section off a specific clip. So here we have a Gordon picture and you'll see there's a little handle on the left, inside and on the right inside of the timeline down. Yeah, and what will happen is, if you dragged us along, this will be the start of the piece that you want and the back piece of Yeah, it'll be the end piece. This is the in and out peace. You also see there's a corresponding little image down the bottom here that you can simply tep to do the in and this one over here to do the out point say, if I was maybe playing over here and I wanted in point to be there could simply tip that. And if that point I could simply tap that, it'll be the same thing as if I was just dragging them to the position that I want. You can also reset the in and out point by simply double tapping within the in in our point of view here. As you can see there, what you can do is while you're playing the clip, it's very playing this clip and you see Okay, that's a good point. They simply by dragging down on the preview like this, you can do the in point and simply by dragging up on the preview like this, it'll sit on that point. Now, say we then decided to go to a second point, a second clip and do the same. So we want this over there and we want this over there. You'll see that the Tom on each clip has turned blue. That means we have a selection on their clip Now. If I double tip on that clip, it will only add the section off the clip that we marked in and out on, and you can do this with multiple clips. So if I select the first clip, I then select down the bottom left here, you'll see there's a little tick mark. This will allow me to select multiple clips. So conflict that in the 2nd 1 and as many others as a few like, it'll just number them the number. Next to each clip. You'll see there's a one in two. That is the sequence at which there clip will go on to the Tom Ron. So now, for simply double tip on any one of those clips, it led both of those clips to the timeline. More importantly, it'll end both the pieces that I previously sitting in an ad point for to the timeline. You can also select and drag your selection on this timeline. You'll see those a little double a remark that if you hope, click and hold and then drag you can then keeping the same Tom of your initial selection. You cannot drag it around to maybe a different point. Maybe you've decided that you'd want it just a little bit further, and it will keep the same duration as before. Another way to get a clip to the timeline is, if you have it selected and you have you in and at points it, or if you don't have an in that points it, it'll just merely add the entire club. You'll see there's a little air to Tom Line button here that you can simply click, and it'll add that to the Tamra again. Little any aired the segment that you have sitting in that point for. 7. 7 Offline Media and Supported Formats: in this lesson, we're gonna have ourselves a little bit of a discussion now with working on iPads or iPhones or any of these top of the mobile device is. One of the biggest problems is making sure that you have your media available to you at strange times when you don't have Internet. Like when you're sitting on a plane, were sitting in a hotel room at some place the way they're just doesn't have a decent Internet connection, and you now need to work on your project. There's various ways that you can do it now, and there's some ways going forward that I'll discuss towards the end of this video as well . Festival. You have to make sure that whatever you want to use when you're sitting on an airplane, your images, your audio video is available to you not in se. The photos up on your my pit is the photos up on your iPad will by default upload everything that you put onto it to free up space on your iPad. So, in other words, when you want to now take the video out of the photos and put it into a video, you're gonna find out that it wants to download it and you don't have Internet connection. The best ways are, first of all to when you do have an Internet connection to copy everything or import everything that you're going to need on that project into limit fusion. So that's resident on the DR of your in this case, iPad. The problem with this is obviously storage space on a lot of these devices is not the greatest. The other way that I've been using up into up until this point is by basically leaving everything on SD cards, whatever camera amusing or whatever device I'm using. I leave all the photos, all the video on those devices. And then, as I need it, I'll use a standard Apple SD card reader or one of the many third parties court readers that are available. And then I'll just copy onto my head as I need the video from my camera or the SD cards. In this case, then you. A problem with this is that you obviously need to have an additional SD cord with all the extras with the audio, with the images for your titles, all that type of thing already available to you. You can, of course, if you're in a hotel room or something like that, you can plug using one of these multi adapters. Also, this is the Apple version. It's got a USB port in it so you can plug your camera directly into that and copy your media directly off your camera into again. You're prepared in this case and have it available to you. So that's one way of doing it. Another way is away. That's Bean serving me quite well for a few years now is I have this at this point. Not exactly a new divorce. It's a just a wireless device, a wireless hard drive. There are quite a few available these days, and it also has a SD card reader on it like this one. The problem I find with these is because you connect to them wirelessly. They obviously have to have their own battery, which is limited, and the copy speed from these devices is not fantastic. So, you know, it would always be quicker to plug a STD cord directly into your device and copier media off that way than one of these. The nice thing is about these is that you can put all your SD chords on here because of the large amounts of space. This one is a two terabytes. You can use it as a backup device, So copy all your media on there and then going copied onto your are paid or net for usage so that I've been using it at the point that I'm making this video. These on iPad Specifically I paid I notice Vision 13 which is imminent for release. At this point, I've been testing it end. The nice thing about it is that you're gonna plug in full SSD drives or some drives which will allow you a lot more backup options so you can copy all your images and media onto a little external SSD drive. And wherever you all, you can simply plug it in and have access to everything that you know have been there. And they are quite large and size wonder about two terabytes. 500 gigs, etcetera. Obviously first prize would be Copy it all onto your iPad if you have the space available imported all into bloom infusion beforehand and you have it ready to go. If you are on the plane and decide to edit it. Luckily, there are a lot of options to, as available to us now with more coming out. The problem with something like this is that you need to make sure that your files are in the correct format. Fulham infusion to use or close enough that you can use limit fusion to convert them to something more compatible. I've had instances we are short 10 but video on various devices and then try to copy directly into the fusion. And fusion will not even look at it simply because it's just not a format that it supported by the IOS device. So be careful with it. If there's any conversions to be done, make sure that you're shooting in the right formats or converted ahead of the time and you're good to go. 8. 8 Insert Overlay and Replace Clips: to inter clips into the timeline. In loom, effusion is a pretty simple process you see at the bottom. Here we have a timeline, and we have our cursor over the middle off an existing clip. If I know double tip on the clip that I have selected in the top Roger. You'll see it inserts it and moves the clip that it's over writing both left and right, so it's actually making a spot for itself in there. It's not consuming any of the existing clip. In other words, it's not over writing any of existing club. Let me just undo that. You see, it's a solid clip, and it's now moved That part of the clip to the right left this part of the Clipper. It is an inserted itself in between. Just don't do that again, Okay? If you see on the left hand side, you'll see there's a little error selection on the timeline. What that is the changes the insert mode from overwrought sorry from insert too overwrought . So if we click on that, you'll see it's now going to override. If I do the same thing with the same clip now, you'll see it just replaces the portion off their clip with the maximum length off the clip that we inserting over the clip that was there. So it's no longer moving this lift piece, this rock. Be sorry over to the right and making space for itself. It's now just over acting that section with the clip that we're putting on there. So that is your overwrought return to back now to insert. And if you are sitting in between two clips and you put it there, it's going to nicely fit itself between those two clips. There are other ways to insert your clips. If you have, it's the clip selected. You'll see in your preview window at the top. Here. You also have a insert button simply by pressing that McCain market, suppressing it twice. It'll put in the clip. It'll use either overwrites or insert, depending on their selection over on the left hand side here. So, as you can see, not replacing you can change. Of course, as we saw in a previous listen, the amount of the clip that you want inserted simply by dragging these two ends and clicking the incident. But actually our timelines getting kind of missing. With all these inserts, the other way to put Let's just put that back there. Another way to put clips into your timeline is simply to drag them. So if we select this clip, we close slicked and hold and we drag it down. You will now be able to do both types off insert. You'll see it's highlighting the entire clip. In other words, it's going to replace their clip. So if I drop it now, it'll give me a selection. Replaced the clip and Ripple Tom Line. In other words, replace this section Because this clip is shorter than the one that we have replacing, it was going to ask you whether you want to ripple it it. In other words, pool. The writing clip in settling plate replaced the entire clip. It's just going to ripple it. It, in other words, dragged the proceeding clip, which is this one to be in the same point at the end of this club. Just undo that. I can show you that again. You see, this clip of a year is a lot longer than the clip that we want to put in here. So if we drag it over and we replace it. It's gonna ask us, Do you want to basically cut their clip down to the duration off the clip that you putting on there? And that's what it's doing if you do the same thing, but with having the overwrought on you see, it's actually not going to give you a selection off that whole clip. It's going to physically overwrite whatever you hovering over. So if I drop it there, it's just going to overwrought that piece the other way. If you have the selection over here said to insert, if you drag your clip to between two clips, you'll see you'll get the little insert icon. In other words, if I drop this now, just going to move the clips left and right, and in this case, only the writing clip, it's going to move it and insert itself within their again, depending on what your selection is here. If this was selected to overwrite it, just going over out. Whatever's underneath show you there. You go to the same place. It's not gonna give you that selection. It's just gonna replace everything there. If I wanted to replace that shorter clip and I let go. It's going to ask me what which time. I would like to keep the short eclipse time or they clip that I'm over writing with debts. Tom. Of course, this is all presuming that you're using the main clip. You don't have to use the main timeline. Sorry. In other words, this Tom line here. What you can do is actually put it on to a different TAHMEENA. I can put it on it's own timeline altogether, and it'll automatically link you see by this line here to this clip. So if I move, this clip clip will move along with it. As you can see, it's still going to because it's above its We're going to show their clip and then move back to the lower clip. And, of course, you get moving around and put it on whichever trick you want. If it anytime during your editing, you need to find a button, which you cannot remember where you where it is. You'll see the help facility down the bottom right inside. If you press and hold that helped facility the little gear icon, you'll see that Oh, Marcus pop up showing you what each thing does and what each thing is cold. This is a quick and easy way to find something if you can't remember where it is. 9. 9 Quick Add: if you never get to the beginning off whatever composition you're busy working on, you'll see the bottom. We have a little button with a plus in it. This button is your quick aired button. If you are as we are at the moment at the beginning of a clip or between two clips, you'll see that we have various facilities yet voiceover. We'll get into that in their later listen. But that's basically what it sounds like. You can add a voiceover from that point transitions this lead in the first transition in your transitions menu. This one here blank clip. This isn't us if you want to insert a blank section within your timeline, to maybe come back later and in. So it's a media that you haven't recorded yet or for various other reasons. You see, if we put that in there, just zoom in a bit. You'll see. There's now a blank clip there, indicating, of course in large. It make it smaller, etcetera. It's get too into section again. Main title. This will end in a title onto your main trick, the strict being your main trick. You see, they're just inserted the basic title into the main trick, and the last one is overlay title. So it'll be the same thing except it'll put it onto the trek above would have it. Your main trick is you see, they re Niven overlay title just under a few of these. Okay, These facilities all available to you if you are at an intersection off two clips. So we two clips join at the beginning. At the end, an intersection will do you pair these facilities. Sorry. Let me go to their You'll have all of these facilities If you're However, in the middle of a clip, we'll see that you are now limited to overlay total and voice over because it doesn't have any area toe. Obviously insert the transition blank clip or my entitle it won't do a inserted it in other words, 10. 10 Timeline Tools Explained: in the timeline. You have a set of tools which are easily accessible for quick editing. They are these tools at the bottom, which at the present or great at. If I select a clip, however, and I have access to all those tools, the first tool is the duplicate tour, so we have a clip selected here. If we click that, it'll duplicates it, and it'll put it on the next available trick above. If, however, we we're at the end off the mind trick and we selected a clip on re now wanted to duplicate that clip, it would add it one to the end, as you can see there and do those okay, The next tool along is detached audio. So we have audio on this clip. Maybe you want to detach it to work on it separately or just to remove it. It's a quick and easy way to basically get your Volume 20 kick that it'll put it on the first available audio track below it, and you cannot maybe sync it up, moving along whatever the case is, or just simply remove it. The third tool is the linking tour. You see this clip that we now have selected. There is a small line attaching the top clip to the bottom club that's linked to the bottom clip. So if I do something with the bottom clip like I pick it up and move it, you see the top clip comes along with it. So whatever I do to this bottom clip, we have a movie to belong to. A different section. That clip will remain at the same position, says Drop it there, however, for select their clip, and I now click the and Link button. That clip will remain where it is because it is no longer linked to this clip again, you can relinking it simply by doing the same thing in reverse. The next battle long is the edit button. So instead of double tapping on a clip to get into the edit screen, you can simply click this, and it will take you to your edit screen, where you can ah use the various edit facilities. As you wish. It's the same effect as if I was to double tip on that clip. I would do the same thing the next button along. These are your presets, so This is if you want to quickly ed a transition or you see yeah, you can add effects. Maybe you've got some fix that you could just quickly add that you know that you're going to use some motion or some sound effects if the kid has sound on it. This is just a quick and easy way to access those without going into the full blown edit screen and having to navigate to those. The next button along is your copy that your clipboard so you can copy attribute. So if I click it, you can see that I can now copy various attributes. This is basically your frame and fit. This is your capacity. This is your sound or any changes that you made to the sound. This is any changes you made to the color, and this is any changes you've made to the clip itself as faras cropping, etcetera. So all of these attributes can be copied. So if I was to click copier and now moved along to another clip that had the same properties, and I knew that this is exactly what I wanted to do to it, I could then go and paced but I don't need to paste all of those attributes. I can just say, OK, maybe it's just the color. The color changes that I want to paste. So Aiken de Select, you'll see the They're blue and they selected and they want when they d selected. Now the anyone have left selected is the color. So if I paste that any changes that are made to the color on the bottom clip or the source clip will now be applied to the top clip. This is quite good if you have multiple clips that were shocked in the same light and the same place. But you just wanted to add that effect across the multiple clips, and you can go and do it there. The next one along is the bunt. So obviously that's just going to delete any clip that I have selected Lex. It just undo that. There's also information on each clip. You see this little information button over here. If I click this information button, whatever clip I have selected in this case, it's this one here. I will get a brief information window, so it's a very small information. We know just going to give you the basics. How long the clip is the frame rate, the resolution aspect ratio. What code? Tickets? Using the megabits off the Kodak that it was recorded in and the sound fall for met and hurts. But you also see this A extended button over here, these three little dots. If I click that it will now give me the full information window. You can do various things. Yeah, you're gonna rename it like so which we're not going to do right now. You can put some notes in you can change the color tag, whatever the case is. Yeah, And then it gives you all that information that was on the smaller preview information window accepted, not ads in things like fall size that dates that it was created in Tom, etcetera. They clicking information button. We'll, of course, just close it down. We can minimize it to the smaller one by kicking little air in the bottom. Right? They lost tool that we need to talk about is your trim tool, right? Yeah. This is his tool. If I have nothing selected, will by default cut through or trim through any trick that is underneath this position in Cosa. So here we have two tricks. Ehrlich will underneath it. If I click that, it's gonna cut through both. If, however, I had say this trick underneath selected and I click that little only from the trick that selected, it'll leave the track above it untouched. This goes for audio video on any other tricks, irrespective. So if I go along here, you see this to video tricks and an audio trick. But I have nothing selected. It's gonna chop through everything again. If I just want to do the audio, I could do that by selecting it. 11. 11 Aranging Clips in the Timeline: working on the timeline limit. Fusion is a fairly simple process to move checks around or clips around. Simply pick it up, and you cannot, depending on your overall mode gun inserted between something where you can replace a clip , whichever your choice. If we change the edit mode to over right, we of course, can go and just insert clip wherever we feel like replacing existing areas. When you're in overwrought mode like we are now, you can also create spaces that you might want to use for later inserting a clip. There. You just want to space a so that you can see exactly how things will pay an app. And then, of course, we can go and insert something in there and chicken finger and put it in there. Okay, that video was definitely not the right length for there, but you can see the idea. If you want to zoom to see the entire time line, you simply double tip anyway. That's not on a clip. So any area around here just double tip and it'll zoom outs that you can see the whole time line. If you double tip again, it'll take you back to with zoom level that you were in the position you were before triple tapping will take you into zoom right into a single frame. See that? Now we have one friend and we can move along. One tremor, Tom Triple tapping Will didn't take you out again to your lost position. And, of course, double tapping will take you Beck again to the entire time line. You can also move along one frame at a Tom by simply dragging your finger left and right on the actual viewer window so you can move along one frame, one frame. This is good. If you want to do some very accurate work and you want to have a transition or something on an exact frame, you can also using the left and right buttons here on the bottom of the viewer. You can go to the beginning and end off previous and next clips. As you can see here, by pressing and holding, you can actually advance or go back a frame at a time. So like we were doing by swapping left and right on the view itself, you can ah, violence. We'll go back one frame at the top. But holding down. If you push down and hold on the play button, you'll see that the entire area now becomes a scrolling will to scroll through your timeline. And the further that you drag it over to one side the foster, you will go either back or Ford. See, they were going back by two friends a second. Here we're going forward by two frames of sick it 15 friends, 30 frames, 60 frames, etcetera. So this is also a very nice way too quickly and fairly accurately get through your Tomin onto a specific position again. Click on the play button and hold and, you know, have access to that drag mechanism. You'll see that just above or below the viewer window, here is a representation off your entire Tom. Not so again, simply by clicking and dragging, you can very quickly never get through your timeline. This is great. If you just want to quickly navigate to a point on your timeline, it will say as a representation off the various clips so that you can get a good idea of where you are. Another thing you can do on the timeline is you can set tags so you see there's a little tag button here. If I am at a certain point in the timeline and I want to air Gitega, simply click on it and I can either ed a color and a message. Do something, and now you have a tag, as you can see over here on your timeline, which you can now simply click on. If I was over here somewhere on the timeline and I wanted to go do their TEGA simply click on the tag, it'll take me to their position and open up the take so that you can see what it says. Nice. Wait again to remind yourself or if there's multiple people working on a project, you can leave notes for each other that way, and it's specific to a position on the timeline. And then, of course, who can do anything without your undo and redo buttons, an essential for any workflow you have you under and you have your region 12. 12 Trimming Splitting Duplicating and Deleting Clips: moving a clip in limit fusion on the timeline is a simple case off picking it up and dragging it around to where you want to, either inserted between other clips or hover over. If you want to replace an existing clip with the clip that you have in dragging, as you can see with this clip, I have audio that is linked to it at the bottom, which is coming along with me. It'll pose certain limitations on where I can drop it. If we put it over there, you'll see over there. There's a little white line that means that that trip in this clay in this case it's audio is linked to the clip. They you get an link it by simply stepping on the clip that you wanna and link and then hitting the link button at the bottom. Now, when I pick up this clip and I dragged around, I can then go end, do all the things that I could do before. But now I don't have the clip coming along with it. At this point, we are in insert mode, as you can see by this icon here. If I tempt this, it goes to overwrite mode. So now if I take that same clip and I drag it, you'll see that the other clips are not gonna move to full the space that I am leaving with this clip and I can literally drop it over any other clip, and it will simply replace. It's not going to ask me or very Father. That's what I want to do. It's going to replace that section of the clip. You can see when I'm remove it again is now space here in a space there where I took the clip from just under that also in overwrite mode. If I grab the end off the clip and I drag it onto another clip, I get this clip is not long enough to do that. You'll see that it's replacing the clip underneath it, whereas if I was in insert mode and I did the same thing you see there, other clips will move along to fool the space and won't get replaced Going back to insert mode over at mode. Sorry if I now pick up this clip and I move it along to leave a space, I can do that and I can only do that in over a remote insert mode will just drag the other cups a long and full of space. This is useful if you wanna add a clipping at a later stage or you just want some space. For now, you were to put a title in etcetera to cut a clip in Lima Fusion. You can either select the clip that you physically want to cut. Remember that little always cut with the play head Is this long? That's over here. So the Clipper wanna cut to say this clip at the top here are selected, and then I hit. Either thesis is our corn, which you see Yeah, which will cut it just under that or with two fingers. Aiken tip on either side off the play head on that specific clip. If I tap anywhere else like above, it's not going to do anything. But if I tape on their clip, it's going to cut with the play it is. I don't even need to have that clip selected. I can then go to any other clip, so the couple oh, it is not selected, but if I take both sides, you'll see it cuts it. Same for the audio below it. It doesn't matter. It's and do those. I can do the same thing by simply selecting a clip and obviously hitting the scissors. If I do not have a clip selected just under that, it'll cut through every single trick. Whether it's audio, video, images, titles, it doesn't matter that is below the play it. So click the scissors and you can see it's cut through everything underneath the play head . That's quite good. If you're editing multiple tracks and you want to cut everything at the same place, then that's great. Otherwise, you must just select the cup that you want to cut. Hit the scissors and it'll cut it there for keyboard. If you are using a keyboard attached to your iPad, the commander's old ex, see if we want to remove that space is actually a market for that space. Weaken grape something and go and drop it on there. And because the items were dropping on, that space is larger than the space in Tom. It's going to ask us what we want to do. Keep the Tom long duration. In other words, the piece of space that we replacing or use the clips duration, in other words, extended to foot their clip into that space. We could do that and you see it'll shift the other cups around to make space for that clip that we just added. Remember not to be afraid to experiment with your clips to get exactly what you want. When you want, everything can be undone and it's in destructive, so you're not physically editing that clip. You're editing a version of their clip that will be rendered at at the end, so experiment with your editing and see what you can get at. 13. 13 Slip and Ripple Edits Performing J and L Cuts and Detaching Audio: in a previous listen. We showed you how to do the basic edits so you can grab the end off a piece of video that you've inserted, and you can drag it up and down and it'll work fine as long as, obviously, over here you're in insert mode. If we change that to overwrite mode, obviously now if we drag this clip, it's going to override the clip that is underneath it or leave a space. If there's no clip underneath it like that now, put from those edits, you can also slip it it. So basically what a slip it it is, is you'll see that this we go to the information button over here, you'll see that the clip that we've got selected they were using 8.13 seconds and the turtle clip length is 14.3 seconds. So you're only using a piece of that which is normal. But say that we don't like the exact piece, and we you now want to move that section. That's Election Day. But to keep the same amount of time you use this button over here, which is thesis Lipitor button the slip edit button. You only become visible if you have a clip selected. If there's no clip selected like that, you'll see it's not there. But if you have a clip selected, then it appears by clicking that button, it'll load their clip into your view here and you'll see down below the section over here is the actual section that showing, and obviously this is not showing. You'll also see that there's a little drag back on in the middle of the clip. Now we're clicking and holding on that. You can move the actual selection off the clip or the port of the clip that you're showing in the timeline with still keeping the same Linz off the cliff so either by drinking it around, you can then change that selection. Or you can simply move your play head to the point and say, Okay, well, this is where actually want there to start, and you can either just click the in button. Yeah, which will move that whole selection still keeping the same length over all. Say, I wanted that to be the end. I could then just swept up for that point, or if I'm over there and swept down for the input. This will just move that selection over to that exact point either the beginning or the end . If I used in point or at point again, you don't have to swap. You can just click the button and it'll do the same thing. That's my point. Mole edit moves over and, of course, kicking outside off. The selection will then de selected, and your cup has now been updated to the new section that you have selected another two edits or they're actually named a J in and out it. Let's assume that the audio on this clip that we have selected now is somebody talking and then orating about this particular place that we are now. But at this point, or it's at a point over here somewhere. He actually starts talking about this dish, so at that point we want him to keep speaking. But we still want to you now show him the dish. So what you can do? Is this two ways to do this? The 1st 1 is to detach the audio by either clicking the details audio button over here or triple tipping on the actual clip. We'll do the same thing. So now we have the audio detached. We can either select the video, make sure we in the right edit mode and drag that tip down to where he starts talking about this lovely pasta dish. And at that point he will still be talking about it. But we're now showing the past addition, which is now your Ellen. It now basically a J it It is exactly the same thing, but it's at the end of a clip, I guess. Where l it let's say this clip over year. This particular clip doesn't have audio, but we want somebody to start chatting. So again we can either use this clip of the injured. Let's say that has the audio that we weren't, but we could either detach the audio and use it that way again, or we do the other way, which I prefer because it keeps it is a bit simpler is I'm just going to drag the clip with the audio that I want to use down. You can see that if I dare dragged into an audio clip into an audio track, sorry which this is. It's going to automatically detach the audio and put it into their Michelle. You that again? You see, this was a video with audio. If I drag it down into the in audio only trick, it's going to detach the audio. It's going to remove the video from the line, and it's going to just show you the audio. So what we can do is make sure that we change our mode to overwrite mode and we can lift this clip to a new trick. And now we can just select the track with that, we want the audio from and move it along. So now we have a J. It. Now, if this video we'll continue playing, but the audio will start from the video underneath. When doing this, just remember that whatever's on top is going to show. So it's very much like for you to shop players or anything like that. This video on top here with our food is going to show in this video underneath you. As you can see, even though I'm on the same point, is not showing anything. It'll only start showing once they're clippers finished. So we are effectively using the audio from their clip because this clip doesn't have any order. If this clip did have audio, what we would have to do is then go to the point where this audio we wanted to start and then make the audio go quieter or just simply remove it or delete it from that point on, depending on what you need, I'll actually show you how to deal with some audio in a listen coming up. But for now, you know know how to do your J and l it it's Andrew slip in it. 14. 14 Working with Multiple Video Tracks and Clip Linking: in the division, you can work with multiple tricks. In this case, depending on the strength of your device, you might be able to work with up to six video tricks off, varying between full HD video and four K video. Even with murder of us, which is the latest are paid pro, it cannot play all six tracks off four K video back at the same time with that Christian. Although you can use six tricks, let me show you can. It's just put that there, maybe grab that there and put another one of those Oh, it's scripts, emails. Put that over there and another one out there and maybe one of those up there. You see, we not have six tricks on the video side. We can also have six tricks on the audio side below that, the video tricks can hold pretty much anything. They can hold video with audio. They can hold audio on their own. If you want. They can hold images. They can old titles, the audio tricks, however, they can only have audio. So if I went to put a piece off music there and I said, this is a voiceover and This is some sound effects on the second person talking, and whatever the case is, I have yet to actually. So I was trying to put a video trick there. I've yet to find the need to use six audio tricks, but at least it today, if you do want to. Six video tricks and six audio tricks is pretty much anything that you could ever want fell . Zoom in. In a previous listen, we've actually mentioned this. You'll see this little white line there and was over here. You'll see. There's also a little white line joining it now that is, linking that clip to whatever is on the main Tom line and the same for the bottom one. In this case, both of those are linked to this clip in the timeline. In the main trick. Sorry. And if I picked this up in a moving around and I go and put it somewhere else, like over there, you'll see that the audio and the video come along with it because they are linked. I can, however, let me just move this back again. Se obviously, the audio I went there to remain the even If I do miss around with the main trick because that's my background music or whatever the case is, so I can just select the audio, hit the linking button at the bottom, and it's not unlike. So now if I decide to go and move the server to there now, I don't want to do that. Zoom out a bit so that it doesn't get confused. Now if I want to go move this over there, I could do so, and only the top clip and its position on the bottom clip will move along with it again. With working with multiple tracks of video, you must always remember that what it was on top is going to take preference. My German house is going to move out the way for champagne and go back into a driving shot . This is also quite a good way to do a jump. It it's a jump. It it is basically when it just simply goes from one clip to another like this without any transitions, etcetera. So if I had, I've got to jump in it over here. Between these two clips here, you can not put a clip on top of that, which makes for a transition between these two clips underneath 15. 15 Live Mixing Fading and Key framing Audio2: in this. Listen, we're going to add audio and work with audio in our main timeline festival. You can see that I've added in a music trek which I simply got from storey blocks, which is Aziz, you know, source off stock footage, music, etcetera. And I edited to my first rodeo trick. Now, if you play this, you'll see that it's quite lad I want. This is a sort of a background trick. Now, what I can do is I can either go on the left hand side yet. You see this these meters on the left hand side. Yet this is the audio sitting for your entire project. So if I start dropping things yet, the entire project, whatever audio have got in the this is going to drop. But we don't want that. We only want that audio to drop. So I'm gonna leave that over there. The alternative method is to see down the bottom Here. You can open up your audio meters for each track. The more treks it you've got populated. Obviously, the more of these will show And on this trick here, I couldn't just go end, drop it down to something more pleasant around there. Do you have your moulded up? Okay, that's it's a nice level. However, the problem with doing that is if I decide to add any more audio onto this trick, said the injured, I wanted to go ahead in another audio track or some sound effects. Whatever the case is their trick. The entire trick is now at Mona's 13 because we said it over here on the left. But I don't want that because as you heard over here, I have a piece of video that actually has some talking in it. And that is literally the only piece of video that I want to the audio to drop the rest of it. It could be a nice level, so that's pleasing. Listening lovely here. I wanted to drop even more so that I can hear the people talking. Let me just move this out the way so that I can get to that entire clip. So what we can do is invent your festival, reset this specter zero for the entire clip. I'm going to double tip on the clip, and the first thing I'm going to do is just can set the level to what I thought was a nice , pleasant listening. I mean, Victor might bring it up a little bit on Leave it around about modesty, so that's just the nice level. It's Listen, that's not especially if there's no talking than that's fine. And then over here, when it goes to this clip, I wanted to drop even more. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to position over the clip. Well, we are. Went the drop to start, and I'm going to click on the key frame icon over here, which is gonna add a key. Frame it. You'll see it's represented by a blue dot on the timeline here and a blue dot on the audio track over here. One thing to bury mind is that whatever key framing you're doing is subject to whatever you've got selected on the right inside the sound good pain selected. You'll see that my key friend that I hit on volume has gone away is normal key friend there , which means that whatever key frames that are dead now are going to be on the pan. So make sure that you have the correct thing selected in this case volume because that's what we're working with, and all your key frames are now related to volume. So we've set our point the way we wanted to start dipping, so I'm going to go along. And so I ran about here being asked place for to be at its lowest, and I'm simply going to drag the audio down a bit more, maybe down to about 14 15. You can also go incrementally. You'll see these little increment buttons, so if you want to get some fun and control, you can use those. You'll see that it is automatically added in a second key friend. The reason for that is a sin is your head in one key friendless. Whatever you adjust on the controls on the right inside will then automatically start adding more key friends. And now that I've done that, I'm gonna move along to the end of this clip. When I wanted to start going up again just before that around about here and I'm going to click to add in another key frame. Now, I'm gonna go a little bit further, and I'm going to drag the audio back up to two are easy listening level and you can see it's nicely represented the dip in the audio down below. Yeah, to navigate between key friends. So you want to remove a key friend and you're over here. Somewhere on the timeline, you can use these buttons. These buttons will jump you to the next and previous key friend, So tip that, and we'll go to the next one. Next one. Next one. Next one. Once you are hovering over the offending key friend that you now want to remove, you can simply go and click this button. Here again. You'll see that when you're not on a key frame, this button will be white. So if I scroll out there, you'll see it now. It's what that means. It's going to add in another key frame if you use it now. But when I'm over a key friend, you'll see that it's now blue, which means that if I click that now, it's going to remove that key friend, which is what I normally do. If I was didn't want their key friend them, but I do want it now, the buttons on the left hand side. These will appear after the first key friend that you add what they will do this. They will remove every key frame on their trek, basically resetting it to what you headed initially. So that's a nice way to get rid of everything. I'm not going to do that now because I've just got the or the other way. I want it now. We can go back to the main trick and you'll see Exume in a little bit. It is also represented on the timeline by this line that is goes down and up again. It's notice pronounce because we haven't dropped the volume that much, But you'll see the high you get and then comes back up again. Very subtle. That's basically how you would go about dropping the levels on a specific point using key frames. 16. 16 How to record Voiceover and using External Microphone: to enter voice over into your project on rumor fusion. There's a couple of ways to do it. The first ways to use the built in tools in rumor fusion. So, basically what you'll do, she'll go to the point on your timeline that you want to know edge or voice over in. Let's say it's yeah, but pastor, and then we go and click the quick aired button on the bottom and you'll see that these voiceover, we click that and it opens up the voiceover interface at the bottom here by clicking on the three little dots there you can actually get in. You can sit a few things. Your gain the sample right and really want a Mourner Channel Wisteria Channel to be recorded and then simply by clicking the record button, it will give you a countdown. And of course, now you can record your voice over. At the moment, it's recording it through the microphone on the iPad, but you can plug in an external microphone if you have a USB adapter of some description for your op ed and making gun. Ever look at it afterwards, and of course, now you can record your voice over at the moment, it's recording it through the microphone on the iPad. Okay, so if we decide we like that, we can either just click the take care, which is okay. We accept that or weaken, reset it and go and start again. Or just close it and cancel out when they obviously play to check. If that's what we wanted, we'll click there a little ticked button to give us our voice over. So that's the one way again. You can use external microphones if you need a better quality. You can play gin. Most USB self powered microphones into the adapters that you get from Apple themselves. Those various third Quartey adapters as well as long as they have power and USB port on one connector so that you can provide power as well as plug in your USB device in this case, a microphone. Those will work fine. The other way is to use third party applications within your eyes, particular one that I'm using yes, called Audio. She it's basically does exactly what it's meant to do. It records audio and allows you some specific sittings that you could only do in 1/3 body application that Luber Fusion doesn't provide within. The application says you could see over here you can go sittings and you can sit various things. Your sample, right and all that type of thing. I'm not gonna go too much into details on this particular application. Suffice to say that you can use other applications to record your audio. The only downside with using an application like this is obviously you don't have the monitoring facility so you can watch the video so that you know that your voice over is happening at the right time. But you can record a voiceover. Yes, sir, simply by Okay, let's just record some random things here. Hi. This is a voiceover that we're going to import into limit fusion once it's finished doing its thing there, you can get share and stroll along, select the little more button, and we're still refuse in their copy to limit fuses. And then, of course, you go back to Lima Fusion. It'll generally be in under important items in a folder called Whatever your application is that you use, I've just moved it into the root of that imported folder, which is right there and then you can drag it and put it where you want court some random things. Here I This is a voice server that we got to importing to refuse, and then we have our voice over the tree imported again. You can see the video while you're doing it. You need to know exactly what you want to say for that video beforehand. But otherwise, if you have a USB microphone plugged into your op ed, then using the tools provided by limit fusion are generally pretty good. 17. 17 Adding Audio Fliters and Effects: before I tell you how to use audio decking. Let me explain what audio docking is. Your docking is basically what we did in a previous listen where you drop one lot of audio when another lot of audio is busy playing. So you drop in value money Over here, we have a voice over that we have created. And also we have some sound effects and noise happening in this clip that we wanted to have come through over the music. And as you can hear right now, music is quite loud and over us everything. You can't hear the voice over there. So what we do is we go to the clips that we want to cause the drop in volume. So the master clips in this case, it's this one over here, which is the the voice over that we recorded. In effect, I actually want to be state a little bit for demonstration purposes, and we go to configuration and you'll see a rodeo decking right over here. At the moment, I've already set this 12 monster that normally it would be said to none. So you need to sit that two monster and then the other clip that we want to use like that. We got the political net one, and we set this to master. Okay, so what happened now is this trick is the one that we want to drop, so we'll go to configuration and okay to release it to water. Normally again, it would be said to none. You said to water. Now this track will used the mosque, the tracks that we've already set and, in theory, drop in volume. So let's try that out. Still chortled out there. And of course, now you can, And there it drops. When the voice comes, anything it through the microphone on the iPad, three squares along Lewis. And then we have a sound effects. You have more, and it goes back up to the normal volume. Once it's done. I guess that's how you use the audio ducking. It's an automated way of basically getting your voice to come through when you have a music trick on the bottom. With that, manually doing it the way we were doing it. You can also go into the audio, and there's various other things that you can do in the audio section. Yet you'll see there's a whole load of falters here that we're gonna plant. Some of them are useful, some of them or more fun than anything else that me go over to this again. An external microphone. If you have it, may care. And to add one of these filters to the audio trick, all you simply need to do is let's pick one here something interesting Pitch, click once on it and little air due to the section down the right insider. Everything in the section is basically applied to this clip that we have loaded. You could miss her under the pitch. It's Ah, go out to the beginning of the clip here. We could make us sound like Donald Duck is various settings, obviously for each of these filters, if you now decided that you ended this full Tibbett, you you really don't want to sound like a duck. Well, you can do is you'll see this little button over here. Click on that and it'll remove that fault all together again. It's ah, it's that one. This is an e que sitting. So, yeah, you can do a little bit of adjustments and gain etcetera. So If you want to up the game a little bit, maybe we're not. Make it off center or something. I'm description for your op Ed. Whatever the case is, there are various fault is yeah, I suggest you play around with them because some of them quite interesting. Others are useful. If you've got a lot of noise in your your audio that you want to get rid of, then try a couple of these before you use a different up to maybe work through your order. But there are some here that might help, like a low pass filter or something like that. 18. 18 Selecting Best Audio and Filling Channels: inland effusion. You can use the audio from birth, your left and right channel. This is good, if you say or recording a interview and you have using two separate microphones, one going into the left channel of exterior pay and the other one going into the right General of Hysteria. P. This is a common practice if you are doing things like interviews, but it can be used for other stuff, obviously. And it is my knee so that you have a backup or do your trick when you get back into the office. Or two are paired in this case, and you now want to see which of those audio channels is the best you can go to see here. We just have a music channel, which we're going to se is our We'll hear from our interview. You go into the audio by double tapping onto it and then you see here you have configuration. If you click on configuration, you'll see channels steer. So by default is gonna slick both channels and play them as hysteria p, which is pretty standard. However you can off, Do you decided? OK, well, the Left channel is better quality or the right channel is better quality full from one of those channels. In other words, populate the sick and channel with the audio from the first. It'll still keep the order from the second channel so that you will always have that as a back up. But it just won't play. It's obviously if you've done this. So let's say the left general was our best channel. We can just go simply full from the left, and that will take the audio from the Left Channel and put it into the right channel. And you know, I have best of both channels. Another thing to do is say, you've got multiple audio, the audio tracks that you want to work with in that way. So let's over here this video trek has audio image as well, and you've done the same thing. You've recorded audio from two different sources into two different generals on your left and right, as well as obviously, your oh dear, that separate. So we now say right, we want to use this order, but we want to do specific editing on that audio as well. Maybe you had four people that you're recording at the time or whatever the case is. By triple tapping on that video channel, we'll separate the audio from the video channel. You could not go and do the same thing. Select one of the channels full to the other channel like we did with the straight Order trek. Or you can duplicate it and then use 11 trek to duplicate from the left and another trick to duplicate from the right. Whichever the case is, there's a lot of flexibility with which channels in your steer appear that you want to use . Let's say this channel. We want to use Iraq General and the Left Channel, but we want to separate. You can think just going duplicate that audio by simply selecting it and hitting a duplicate button and, of course, going and putting it there. You can then go full, this one say from the lift, if that's your choice and take the other one and go full it from the right. So there's a little flexibility to use both channels in hysteria. Pay 19. 19 Frame and Fit: you can access the frame and fit features in loom effusion in two different ways. The first way is to merely DoubleClick on whatever clip that you want to eat it, and it will take you to frame and fit. You'll see at the bottom. Here we have Frame and Fritz selected in the frame and fit tab you'll see on the top, right. You have little refuge in presets, and if you have any of your own, you scroll down. You'll see those at the bottom, but we'll get into that in a bit on the bottom left. Here, you'll see the dog well that you can use to scroll through your clip. Left and right. You'll see the key framing button that we've used in a previous listen and your navigation buttons, which or the same no matter where you are, so you could play through it back, frame by frame. Hold it down. You can the play button down and it'll automatically go into a loop mode, beginning of clip end of clip. Unless, of course, you have key frames and will go to the next key frame. Next, keep previous key frame and then just below the presets on the right. Inside, you'll see these a lot of buttons. The 1st 1 will allow you to. You should let me get a place which transitioning allow you to flip your clip they were next to. It will lie to rotate your trip 90 degree increments. If you have done some changes and you like to reset it, that's what the third button will do. Little fitted back to the frame and then fourth button is if you have created something using all the tools below and you want to save it as a preset. This is where you'll go to do that, and then the 1st 1 at the top is footnote. That's pretty self explanatory. That's the way the clip will fit into the frame. If you have something like an image that you busy using frame and foot, then obviously this will be more relevant than a piece of video, which would probably be the right aspect ratio, anyway, cropping again, self explanatory. You can cross from the left, so right, but, um, and when she have cropped, you can't soften the edges. Good a corner radius, etcetera. We've made some changes. Now, if you want to get back to the original without having to go to individual items and reset them. You'll see there's a button at the top left of the presets, which just is resettle. The next one down is size and position again. Pretty self explanatory. You can move it on the X on the why you can rotate it both left and right. You can simply drag the little job will here for large increments, or you'll see each of the individual sliders as well. Have a little incremental era on the left and right that you can go up in single digit increments. Size scale. If you use the science left and right, just remember that is going to distort it because it's not going to use the of the excess. So, you know, if you don't introduce perspective than just used the sign slaughter at the top, it's really sit. That and lost but not least, is your blend mode. You can change the opacity off the relevant clip that you've got or image, whatever it is, so that you can see through it at the bottom. You also see a speed in reverse. This is where you will go to change your speed, obviously, off the clip your sound sittings, which we have already used, and your color and effects, which we'll get into in a later Listen. If you want to go back, you just use the back button at the top left. The second way to get into the edit menus is to simply select the clip and you see little pencil at the bottom here, which is your editor pencil pickle nets, and it'll take you back to the same place. 20. 20 Picture in Picture and Split Screen: this. Listen, we're gonna do some picture in picture and split screening off clips to start off with. You need obviously a clip or a graphic or something on top of something else. In this case, we're just good one video on top of another, and then you double click on the one above, make sure that you're in frame and fit. Now there's a few ways of us doing this. We could either use the size and positioning tools, or we can use the preset. And if you scroll down, you'll see they are nine presets here for PRP picture in picture and simply by clicking on one of them. It will automatically take are selected video and place it in the appropriate position and do here. The other way to do it is to do it manually so we can actually take out positioning tools, sizing, shrink it done, move it over, and we can basically get the same effect. Although this is a little more manual and you're not going to get it at exactly the same position as you would with the presets, which might be an idea to use if you're planning to do more than one, and you want them in the exactly the same position. You can also do split screen here in the frame and fits section. This is fairly easy. You could just so you want to split, split screen left and right. You can do that. You can also obviously split screen the other way just to get that back to center. Put it at the top, the bottom, whichever way you want to do a split screen. Another way to do split screen, particularly if you don't want to shift the entire clip over. But you just want to say the left hand portion off clip. You can use your cropping tools, and you can simply crop away the right hand side for a split screen. Well, top what a left right, etcetera. 21. 21 Animating Camera Moves and Ken Burns Effect: the frame and foot facility that restoring the previous listen Jimmy used for various animations that we want to do. Spring can be used for various animations that we want to do per clip. So let's say this clip that we have here without food. We want to get a little bit of movement in there as well, so we can go into the clip into frame and fit. Do you see? Yeah and weaken tip there to go right to the beginning off the clip, for instance. If we now want to have a little bit of left and right motion on this clip while the hand is coming in and adding in the decoration weaken ed in a key framer on the beginning of the cup. By using this, we can then scroll along. Do you say over there? Maybe we want to move a bit to the right and zoom in at the same time. We then go to because we've added now key frame to the size and positioning tape. You can see that by the little blue dot next to it. Anything we do here now will automatically add in another key friend. So at this point, Let's dio little zoom in and possibly slide it over a little bit just for a bit of interest . And you see, it's edit in another key friend. So now if we go back to the beginning of the clip when we play, we'll see you got a little bit of zooming, and it's girls a bit to the right. If we know want to add in a secondary effect after that one, we can just scroll along again to where we want that perfect you be completed and simply again go in to do the adjustments that we want. So yeah, well, it's rotated a bit. But over to the left, it was Zoom incident. We put the entire frame fooled and, as you can see, it said in another key friend said, It's double tip. Yeah, to go right to the beginning and play it. We now have our zooming in a bit to the right and, of course, that it sorts the second wave, rotated and zoomed in again, but to lift. You can basically do this to anything, any video, any photograph, anything like that. A lot of these are available in precept, so if you go into the presets so you can see this zoom out preset. There's a pan lift pen, Rots told up. Zoom in half left, half writes. There's a few presets for you there in the later listen. We'll actually show you how to save whatever you've done in your own presets, so that you can use it again and again. If you know, learn all your changes and you're not happy, you can just use the back button, and all those changes will automatically be saved. The same effect can be applied to photograph. Here we have a photograph double tap on it, going to frame a fit again when applied to a photograph. It's called a kin burns effect, but it's basically the same thing. You zoom in slightly and your pains likely So, first of all, you might want to just make sure that the photo is in the right starting position that you want by using the foot modes. Then we'll go back to Serena cropping size and position her to the beginning of the photograph sequence, head in key frame scroll along to where we want the effect, too finish and we'll do a little bit of zoom and a little bit of a position. Actually, that's too much. Zoom. The whole idea with this is it's mean to be a very subtle effect that should be suitably settle. Oh, good. Back and play that there. Perfect. So that is easy is it is to do the Ken Burns effect. Settling gives a little bit of motion in the photo. We're not have Ken Burns effect on our photo. Something else that we can do lips shouldn't have been. That just is go to the end of the cup. So we want to this clip to fade out to Black. We go to the end of the clip. We make sure that we're no longer on 1000 positioning, but blending because that's we want to add the key framing. And then we scrolled back a little ways and say, Okay, around about There would be a good place to start the fade out, heading a key frame, go to the end of the frame and simply drag capacity done. We now have a settle fade out of the end of the photo figure Victor Tom Lon, Ken Burns, and then it fades out to a next clip 22. 22 Saving Frame and Fit Presets: if you have in your editing process, created something that, as faras frame and fit war effects go that you want to save and re use on other clips like this clip over here. We've got the tilt effect and zoom in effect from a previous Listen, but say this effect will double click on it to go to it. We decided that this effect is really cool when we want to use it with other clips as well , and then go to the save motion presets. Give it a name. Just call the strange things and click the little save preset button. Well, now notice that when we go over to you see yellow, the standard presets little button here. And over here we have our favorites. And this will keep anything that you saved over your own in this case, strange things. Now, if we're on another clip and we decide that this clip could use some strange things, we can either double tape on it, go over to saved presets and edit by simply clicking on it. Once you'll see that we now have that same effect applied to this clip another way to ed that effect to another clip. Ah, it's pick something that's something like that is select the clip of single tapping on it, and then you'll see in the bottom here. Not yet. We have our quick effects, adding, It'll be on the color presets that we just click over to frame and fit, and you'll see they at the top is our preset again. Just click on it, close it down, and we now have applied it to the clip that we selected zooms in, panting a bit to the right, easily add to any clip. 23. 23 Applying Colour Correction and Keyframe Effects: to color. Correct a specific clip you go to the same place, basically, is you do to edit any other club individually. It's a this clip of the here, and we want to get it. Double tip on it and you see like it were on the color in a fix, but you would normally come in on the key frame that you just need to long. They brought him here until you see the color effects and click that at the top. Here you have your various color, in effect, starting off with the main one, the color that we want to change. And you have various presets here that you can just simply apply below. That you see there's a bore, which will slowly full depending on how maney effects and color corrections, etcetera that we add to this clip. You can only add until that boy is full, but there's plenty of space for many, many effects before that fools up. This, however, does change depending on the strength of the device using. So if using a slightly older or weaker iPad, then you won't have as many effects to fill up this line and then blow here's where obviously will have all our effects. So if we click on the top left one which is original, this will bring down the color correction tools without making any actual adjustments. So here now we can then go end, bring up a shadows and bring down our high lots and what might be moved some of them. It turns around brightness. Contrast such a Russian vibrance. There's some fairly intense tools here. All of them, useful in their own way, should amounts. You can also, if you get on yeah, adjust individual colors. So if you want to bring up the blue in there, drop the green, etcetera, etcetera and then right at the bottom. Here we have gamma Hugh, and don't. We can actually go and select this and going ahead a horrible blue tint to this and adjust the intensity and broadness of intent. And then when we realized how badly we have missed it up, we can go to over here. We can either just have a look at how badly we messed up from before and after. Oh, there's the bun day. If we decide that's enough, we've done enough home to that clip And of course, there's many presets that you can go and select. And Ed, you could also use these presets as a starting point because it gives you the tools with all the settings adjusted according to that preset. And then you can just go and make some smaller tweaks to your liking. As with a lot of effects, you can key frame any of the color, corrections or effects in the section. So the sculler adjustment we can say, OK, it's a key frame and there, and we want at this point here we wanted to be black and white, so we scroll along and we go and remove all the situation. At that point, What will happen is you've not added effect with goes from color slowly to blacken, right? You okay, We also have another clip over above it. But you can see the beauty with being able to keep from anything is that the creativity that you can use is fairly limitless, is for is what you can do with each precinct. His presets are, as I said, can either be your beginning and end point, or they can just be the beginning, and you can adjust them from there, moving along from the top. After you've got all your color adjustments, you have your let's. These are basically imported color effect, which will going to in a later listen on. Let's as it is, a fairly extensive subject moving along. We have whole different effects that we can add so you can edit. And yet to it, good down, maybe one ahead comic and vignette and some other effects that we really shouldn't be adding on top of each other. But as you can see now, our boss starting to fool him, and we have already What is that? Six effects added You can also because this is a layer system. So whatever's on top shows first, etcetera, etcetera, moving down you can simply by closing this we'll see you now have Tibbs. You know, I have handled Sorry that you can move them around so that when effect shows before another . But clearly we should never have added all of those. So we're going to backtrack a little bit. You and maybe we just wanted in our settle Burnett on. We can adjusted then and so that it makes it much more subtle moving along at the top. The next one is your blurs. So you have goes on blues, which the presets year or 5% 10% 20% 40%. So if you know that you really like about a 10% goes and blue, you can just click on it or you can then go and change it to whatever you feel like by simply adjusting it afterwards. And there's Zoom Blur, which is a fairly odd thing box for shopping and shopping. Run off to your blurs. You have you all your swells effects and these are exactly what they sound. Luck simply bar single taping on this. You can then go and adjust. You're swell effects. The next one along is your chroma keys. I'm doing a full lesson on this later on, so I'm not gonna go into it here. But this is where you laid your green screen blue screen, etcetera. And then you're saved presets. Is your lost one? Like where the frame and fit chickens save all of these pre setted you've added In this case, we've added these three presets. If you want to use exactly this combination with this intensity, etcetera on other clips, you can simply go and click and give it a name. Don't ever use this well, whatever the case is, and click the plus button to add it to your presets. Now, if you go over to the writer inside, you'll see there's your presets. You can change your presets after the fact. Some of the things but simply holding down on the preset. You'll see there's rename, share and delete rename Fairly obvious trains the name Shea. You can save it or send it to a friend if you're so one team to be able to do this juice clips. And, of course, if we decide that we have made a mistake, we can delete to the preset. 24. 24 LUTS Explained Using Built In LUTS: in the confusion, you can use what is called let's to add certain preset color effects or a certain look that somebody might have created for a movie or whatever the case is. They're basically a far form it that is universal format that people can create themselves . You yourself can create them and they can trade them. Give them away, sold them online, and you can buy them and get that same look that they have created for your own video clips . To go to them, you simply double tip to go into the color and effects. If you sitting on frame and foot, just move over to color in a fix in the second button, along off the color presets is let's now, apart from all the presets that limit fusion provides well, see there some for the application form Akpro, which is a video recording application for your phone. And there's various others that have either being created by the guys at Luna Fusion or supplied by third parties and again, to add them, you simply don't click on them. Once in the clip will take on that effect, you can adjust the intensity, and so if you shoot what is called log on your phone or a camera, and you then need to add a let to bring it to a starting point for your color correction. Then you'll probably need to either create those let's on a computer. There's various applications that you can use to create, um, and then import them into infusion like I have. Yeah, I've got a V log blood for Panasonic camera that I used and you can obviously add intensity the way I got there. Let in here was I imported it with the Spartan, this little import button next to the daughter Lon by clicking on that little in present you with the different places that you can import these Let's from I'm just going to go to our cloud drive. As you can see, the file itself is nothing more than a text fallen. If you I opened it up in a text editor will be nothing but a lot of numeric sequences. Once we're in here, we can linger. Okay, well, I want to bring in that one. Open it and it'll imported directly into the Let's is now available to me under the user. Let's right at the top next to my Panasonic Bela Gleick that I use and I have the deejay I inspire so you can now go into various sites. And if you like a look from a specific movie or if you want to specific effect for your video, then you can go and find Let's. There's a lot of free ones out there, especially for manufacturers off certain cameras. They'll give you lots for their log format that you can then apply to a clip. And then once you've applied it to the club, let's say that this clip needed this. Panasonic let on it. I could then after their to go to my color in effect and in an original, which basically has no adjustments on it to start off with. And then from the going, start my various adjustments and get it exactly the way that I want it. Once I'm finished, a simple back will apply that, and we now have our let's applied to that specific clip 25. 25 Copying Colour Effects to Multiple Clips: apart from saving your own presets for color changes and effect changes that you've made. You can also copy and paste attributes across clips. So this cup over here we went and added in a latte, and they needed some color correction. Maybe we also want to go ahead in it goes and blur. Let's see something else. Yeah, vignettes been. It's always good. So it in Avignon. So now we have done multiple changes to this clip, and maybe you be in the studio. We shot five or six different clips using all the same settings, and we want them to all look the same. What you can do is select the clip that you have already modified. Go down to the little clipboard over here, take on its and it will not allow you to copy attributes. So we click copy, and we can move along to let's say, another clip that we want to select it. Go back to a clipboard, and when I get to paste the effects or the changes that we have already applied to the other clip, you'll see the buttons that are blue or the actual fix that will be applied. We haven't applied any audio effects because the particular clip doesn't have any audio. So that is great out because nothing's there. The first little button, every here is all your frame and fit. If it is white, it won't be copied or, in this case, pasted. The next one is your rapacity color and any effects that you've added. So by leaving them all blue, it's going to paste all of those effects. And there we have it post, and now the clip has exactly the same color changes. In effect is this clip yet me just and do that. If you decide that you only want, let's say the color changes or let's say the Gordon Blue. So the effects that we've added we can de select all the others and only apply the goes in blue in this case, the effects that we have applied on this clip over here. None of the other fix of copied over you can either do this in the Tomlin, which is probably the easiest way to do it. Otherwise, you can also do it in the edit screen, but doing it this way you would have to actually be editing the clip that you want a copy from first. Go there. Say Okay. I want to copy all of those effects. Copy it. Gothic once again. Go to our new clip. Double tip to go back into the edit screen. And now we can go and paste all the clips. The effects. Sorry. That is a bit of a long way around, but you can do it in the edit screen as well. Just be aware that that clipboard is basically everywhere that you will be editing. See, there is a kind of fix. What's that? They cream and fits, etcetera. 26. 26 Applying Speed Effects: to a plus B reflects to a clip in lieu infusion, You festival need to go again the same way as you always do. Either click the edit button or double tip on the clip to your edit screen and you'll see that the second button over here, there's a little speedometer knit. This is where we need to be. This is our speed in effect. Okay, so say this cup. We want to slow it down. It's simply a case off going to the speed in reverse and dragging it to the speed that we actually wanted to be bearing in mind that the slower that you make the clip, the longer it's going to be on the timeline, and you might have to go and get it off to that. You can see ah well. Strawberry desert is now a fair length, and again we're dragging it the other way. You can increase the speed to six times, as you can see there. You can also reverse a clip clicking this button over here. It will then go and process the clip and do exactly what it sounds like. It's going to literally reverse the entire clip with any audio or anything that is on that clip, I'm going to cancel out of it because it's gonna take too long. But little reverse the entire clip and then the selection of year in the right inside maintain audio pitch. So if you're or speeding up or slowing down a clip that has voice in it, you will either start sounding like Donald Duck or some monster from a swamp or something. So clicking this will allow them infusions to try and maintain the pitch. You still won't be able to distinguish what the person is actually saying, but it'll try and keep the actual pitch level off the voice so it'll still be speeded up in case there weren't sound like Donald back. But it'll still be talking really forced, and the same applies for when you slow it down. You won't have that really deep, um, sounding voice, but you still won't be able to understand what he's saying. So that's what that selection is for. And then, of course, when you've made your changes is simply click on the back button and continue to edit to your project 27. 27 Creating Basic Titles: in the confusion with, as with most things, titles or completely creditable and You Canosa create your own versions of titles. So if we let's say we want to add a title to the beginning of this jumble that we're calling a project, you move your play head to the beginning, you're going click on the top left here and you go down to titles and you select them. As you can see this a fair amount off normal titles, lower third titles and different theme titles. To add the title to the beginning of the project, you can simply double tip on the title that you like, and it'll added to the timeline. Yeah, you can click hold and drag it and put it wherever you want on the timeline. So let's say we wanted over the top of that first clip into edited again. You can either just double tap on it or quickly edit button, and I'll take you to the titles in its page. As with most pages, you have your drug will and your navigation buttons. And of course, you can change to frame and fit end you fix from you as well on the top of the title screen . You have a button for your actual title and all the related to it. You'll see you have the older presets again, and then underneath it you have what makes up the specific title. So you have a couple of shapes and three different texts. We that one, that one. And that work. And if you click on any off the text, it will then change the top to some presets stalls for their text and you'll senators were now over it. He stalls. Yeah, and you know, have that specific text open with all its various editing tools. So a quick look at the addictive tools, if basic capacity the front the size of the front, your alignment both vertical and horizontal line spacing, face color and a pass ity each color and capacity. And with that to Adlan shadow, you can have a drop shed on it. And obviously, the various things ago with shadow your angle. Europe s city of your shudder the distance away from he text. If you have a look over here to this text you built to see the shutter appearing on the your you can sit the distance in the blue amount. And, of course, you can do all your movements petition scale, distortion skills left, not just going to undo all of those. And, of course, your normal controls, where you can view and delete text and view and hard the changes. So your basic assortment off text tools. If you open one of these shapes, you have some pre defined shapes that you can choose from and again, almost identical to the text and its screen. Except obviously, there's no front four incisors, and that's up of thing. You've still got Shadow. You still got scaling and you still good coloring in Atlanta and, of course, capacity. So these are the five elements that make up this particular title. Educate ended them individually as you see fit. If you want to edit the text simple case of double tipping on their text and will take you to the actual texted it make and then go and changes to Cem and text, which is four to go. So we'll just stick with some random and clicking away anyway. On the screen will then de select that texted it. Apart from being able to modify each individual elements within your title you can. Also, you can add elements so you'll see. Yeah, you can click and add some more text, a shape or an actual image, which you can obviously import if you do want the photo something. If you have something selected, you can also go and duplicated with the next button along. If you have some text selected, you'll see that the next button becomes highlighted. This will take you into your text editor. Same is double tipping. The next button along will allow you to save the text star. So simply the text that you have highlighted Now that is the style that rule save within these styles at the top here, the following one will save the entire title. So all of these elements together, this is what it'll save, and this is also where you can go and save it. Once you've changed it and you decide. OK, this is the title that I want to use in multiple projects. You can then go in se but there and it'll appear in your titles collection at the top. You see these user titles. When you're going to the text editor, you'll see apart from being able to edit the text itself, you have a few more controls these three controls over here, which will allow you to change your text size, the full color and capacity and the Atlanta color incapacity and with the rest of these controls, are part of the keyboard. Any reasons you can't see the keyboard for me is because I have an external keyboard, but there you can see that's just extras that appear on top of your keyboard once we've done editing and changing and everything for this title. As I said, if we decide we're going to keep it, we can go and save it Stoeckel. That's all right. Um, not keeping and you'll see it now appears at the top of all your title presets as your own custom title again by holding a finger down on it. You can rename it, share it like before and delete 28. 28 Advanced Titles: to create your own title in the confusion. What you do is you first start off, we'll go to titles, and what I normally do is I just take a random title is a starting point. So let's just take the 1st 1 year we come drop it on a timeline, extended a little bit, and then we double tip to go into the titles editor from here. We can now go and using the plus button going ahead various items if you use shape little default to a rectangle, but you can then go and select various other things here if that's not what you want, Okay, but I'm just going to I actually don't want that. I want to straight there again. We're just going to create a random lower thirds to change the color. It's fun. Dropped the capacities that's transparent going Teoh. Give it a want border. That should be fun. Then I'm going to go to the ticks that we already have there. I'm going to lift a lot on it. I'm going to get it close there and then, just as you can see at the moment, they text is behind its drop. It in size a little bit. Now we saw in a previous a previous listen that we can just drag the text down the bottom here to bring it on top. But we can also, once we have it selected, you'll see if the top here there's the layers icon. We can click that and just say, Bring to front. You also have a alignment. I Konya that you can. Okay, well, I went today, one. Today I want it centered. Wanted to the left. When you use that, what it will do is it'll actually put it in. That is sort of a safe area in the middle of your friend that any video editor considers as the place where textured B and not outside along the edges. You'll see that when you select this, it will actually keep it off the side, but still Alana to that point. And that's what's happening. But we wanted to go there, and then I think we can drop the size a little bit. Maybe change the front, too. Something a little bit more interesting. We're a little bit more bold. Rather, that's quite nice. Change the color. See that blue there So That's a bit, but talk just before its That's nice. Just drop the lawn spacing yes, so that we can actually shift it up there. You can also now go ahead in an image. If you select an image, what it will do is it will give you obviously its image gallery, which I mean, there are nice images you can can use them court. Okay, they're all have no background, so that's quite nice. And there's a small library of them there. Or if you actually go down to the image, you can see you have an import image, you click on the button and these are the various places. And I told them, I want to go there on a good iCloud and of course, you can place your own image there. It can be whatever you want. Okay, let's say we are happy with this. Ah, total weakening and save. It is a preset needs college title for its fine particular save button, and you'll see now it's saved it up the top here in ah, user titles. So now if we want you go and ed that same title again somewhere it's available to us under titles right at the top of the user titles. You can just drag it, drop it somewhere random can edit it, double tipping or clicking on the edit. And, of course, if you want to edit the text, we can either double tap on its or hit the edit button, which is over here in the middle. Maybe a good a random text. You can also add in emerges. If you want, you'll see at the bottom. Left her is a little button with the merger on it, switch to emerge. Ease, man, weaken Gun Head in various emerges by clicking the ABC and the bottom. There you will take you back to your text. We can then harder keyboard, and we now have Tuttle with emerges. 29. 29 Animating Titles: so that I will be created in the previous lesson is a nice and everything. But it would be so much better if we could have it animating into the screen or animating back out again, or even just fading in and at instead of just appearing and disappearing. So in this listen, we're going to take title that we created get extended a little bit and I'm going to double tap on it to go to the editing screens. Except I'm not going to stay on the titles. I'm going to move every year to the frame and fit. So the idea is, just go to the beginning yet is that we're going to have the title fade in and move in from the bottom settle, scroll up and appear, and then it'll fade in. So to start off with, we make sure that we're on 1000 positioning and make sure that we're at the beginning off the friend and we add in a key friend. We then pick up our total, and we drag it down until it's out of the friend, and then I'm just going to manually adjust, so that's exactly below and not moving across lifter writing. It'll I'm then going to scroll along two seconds. You can see the tongue on the lift inside. You okay? Said exactly two seconds. I'm then going to pick it up and I'm going to move it into position again. I'm just going to make sure that it's exactly we wanted to be. And we now have our moving title. But now, obviously, we also wanted to fade in. So we go back to the beginning of the screen, beginning of the frame. Sorry, we close the 1000 positioning and we open up the blending again. We add in a key friend and we drop the opacity down to zero. Now we know that it was two seconds that the frame was completely in view, so we'll scroll along 22 seconds and Erica and all we'll do is we'll take the capacity and drag a 200%. Obviously, the key frame has been inserted for us, so no, If we go back to the beginning and we hit play, it fades in as well. Now, if we decided this preset because it's animated everything, we like that particular animation with fading in and bringing coming in from the bottom weaken finger and save that motion. Preece it, you know, pretty sit one. Or, you know, normally you'd give it something a little bit more descriptive than that. Press the plus to save it. And now, under ah, motion presets, you'll see there's now that one. Obviously, you have to go to the favorites. We can now go add that to whatever we want. This total over here, we think, could also use a bit of our motion presets. So we could either edit it or we could just go to our researcher and head emotion preset by clicking on at once. So now this one, too will fade in from the bottom. It's battling a little bit because the video underneath it is not 100% compatible with IOS , so you get a little bit of stuttering. But as you can see, it's not fading in and coming in from the bottom 30. 30 Importing Fonts: in Lima. Fusion You can offset Import your own funds is a few ways to do this. The 1st 1 is You can just email it to yourself and open that email up in the attachment, which would be your front, and it'll ask you what application you won't open it in. You can also air drop it if you have other while it's devices. So I'm going to send this from my phone and you'll see that is asking me what what I must do with it. So you'll see one of the selections at the top here is looming fusion, and it's headed there to limit fusion. We've just added what the front good morning to limit fusion, and now it's available in my titles in various other places. The third way is to have it on your iCloud drive or dropbox or one of the drugs that you have connected to your op ed. And what you do is you go to your falls navigate on your left inside. Yeah, you can obviously see all the different places that I have available, and there are more. But I've chosen to keep my friends the ones that I've downloaded off the Internet on my iCloud drop, so I can now go to one of them. Let's say this Agent Orange, and it's automatically going to imported into the confusion the first time that you do it, it won't automatically open it. BLOOM Infusion. It'll give you that selection box and ask you what you want to do with the front and thats is easy is it is to get the front in to limb fusion. Once it's in the refuge in, you can basically go to it. So this title that we created, let's go to the text, go to the titles pain and that the top here you'll see Agent Orange. That's one of the ones that we just imported, and you can just select it and use it there. 31. 31 Adding Transitions: It's just one of previous listen. You can create your own transitions using key framing in various places. Inland refuge in, however, limit fusion has a stock off pre done transitions. If you click on the source selector at the top left and then click on transitions, you'll see the ones that are pre made. We have the main categories off a variety, walks, slides and pushes. To add a transition between two video clips, it's simply click on the transition dragged down. Then you can either add it between the two clips, so it'll use a little bit of the end of the one clip and beginning of the other clip. Or you can add it to the end off the one clip for the beginning off the next look. Generally, we would just drop it in the middle, said uses a little bit off both clips. The duration of this transition, as you can see, is one second. This is sit in your settings over here, you see, we considered to various Linz generally. One second is plenty, and if you do want to change it, you can simply grab the little in points of the transition and Dragon two shorter or longer , depending on what your preferences. And there we have it. The nice thing about transitions is that we can also add them to titles. So here we have the title that we created before. Let's say we want to do to swap up from the bottom. We can simply drag their title and their transition. Sorry and drop it on to the beginning of our title, and now it will slide up from the bottom. It's an easy way to do what we did earlier, but obviously notice customizable, but it's a nice, quick and forced way to do it. You'll see the one particular transition here. His video cut audio cross. This is the only transition that is pre bolt that is usable for both audio and video so you can drag it, and if you drop it on a audio trick, it will fade at that audio. And of course, you can also drink it longer shorter. And they would be afraid that that is one of the few transitions that you can actually use on audio lyricism or any usable on video. Or you can use them for images as well 32. 32 Titles that Track and Object2: in this. Listen, we're going to take a title that we're going to create our souls and then make it move along with an object on our clip. In this case, you see, we have a trip with a USB port too visible. So what I thought I do is make a title that pointed at that USB port and then followed along as repent across and then eventually disappears when the U. S. Before it disappears. So it's start around about here by going through our titles and assist. Take a really simple title and it's triggered along until about day. Okay, so you now have the title on the screen from the correct point to the correct point. It's not going it to their total may going to drop the size a little. Change the front to something, actually, and I are not that. Let's try something like that. Drop the size a little bit more, and we'll bring it down over here. And now I'm going to and a shape and I'm gradually go down here and select the salon. Shorten it so that it is linked to the text. Actually, I think we should probably change our text before we do that. This is a USB What? And I think cool. Drop it down a little bit again, just to make sure that we have everything on Screen selector shape. Come on a little bit sooner and I'm going to end in a second long. This one, I'm going to make an error, must simply taking two fingers. You can actually rotate anything. I'm going to shrink it down so that it matches the line thickness of what we already have their think about. There course. We can usar nudge tools on the positioning to get it fairly exact. And there we go. Basically, that is what I had in mind. You can, of course, import graphics that you want to use in something like this. Maybe there's a target that you want to use instead of an era. There's many things that you can do with something like this, but this is the basic idea that I had. I'm now going to move along from the titles to the frame and fit because this is where I'm actually going to make this title move. We're going to go to the beginning off the clip with the title appears. You see, I should have actually made that smaller from the beginning so that it fits on screen. But that should be fun now that we've shrunk it down. Okay, to start off this whole process, obviously we make sure that we're at the beginning of the clip and begun Ed in again. Make sure we're on size and positioning because that's what we're gonna be altering. Now we add in the key friend, the basic idea here is that I'm going to progress forward, maybe 23 frames and then add in move the title that we've created here back into position So that Pointers, relatively speaking always in the center of the U. S. B port as it is now, said, uh, it's good. Actually, I could go quite a few more because this is only starting to move around about there, move it in there, you see it automatically. Another key framers created grips. Jumped a bit to 44 There. They're a bit a bit more really lucky with the clip that off selected here that it's a smooth and quite slow motion. The more time that you put into something like this you can literally adjust this every single frame and you will get this amazingly smooth. A key frame key framed box. Um, did we jump to hit again? Prove it again. Do it again. Move it again. As you can see, I'm doing this very rough and quick that is nearly full. This Listen, But if you want this to work nicely, generally you would take a little bit of time. The more key frames that you put in, the smoother it's going to be well said, Depends on the object that you're trekking if the object is not only moving across very smoothly like this, but what's a moving say up and down or something like that, then this could be a really problem. And you need to put in almost every frame, an adjustment okay on, and I think we'll do it just and to. I think the clip should end around right now. Was there and right about there. Okay, so let's go back to the beginning and see what it looks like. You can see the slots adjustments. It's not perfectly smooth, but I think it's good enough that you can get the good the General idea of what we're trying to accomplish here again. If I put in more points, then that would have been perfectly smooth with the movements off this item. But you can see exactly how it's done. And if you get a big you gotta souls in last little moving text, of course, you can now go and use transitions. That transition make it fight in, fade out at the end. Whatever your choices, that's all doable because you can add those to birth. A clip end, of course, the title. 33. 33 Track Speed and Using Slow Motion: have you seen in previous lessons, you can speed up and slow down clips. There is a bit of a trick to this. So when you're speeding up and slowing down a clip, you'll often find that the clip no longer, especially if you're speeding it up. It'll look like it's jumping. If you haven't actually shot the clip in slow motion or in a high enough frame rate, let me explain this clip here that we we have of the keyboard. You see, it's quite jittery, so we want you slow motion to slow that down. But all these clips are Look at the information. They've all been shot in 50 frames a second and my Tom line, but you can see over once I d select it over here. He's 25 frames a second. In other words, it's Hoff off. What? The clip is so safely, I can slow that down by Hoff. With that, it's losing any frames, which is what causes that jittery effect when you just use a normal clip and slow it down. If you slow down a piece of video, what it essentially is doing is heading in frames. So in this case, it's going to be double the frames. If I slow this down, this specific clip down to 25 frames a second and it is a 50 frame. The second clip, it's not going to have to create frames in between. In other words, you're not gonna get a jittery effect because it already has those frames available. So let's drop it down by half. And if we go back now, you'll see that obviously, the clip has doubled in length because we have slowed it down and it is a relatively smooth , slow motion, and we have also removed some of the jittery witness that we had before, although this a leage just not as distinguishable as it was before. Now let's take this clip. Yeah, and let's say we want to speed it up again. It's the same. It is a 50 frames, a second clip when a 25 frames a second time line. So we go into this one and we got speed it up by the maximum, which is six times. It's obviously shortening the clip and it is removed substantial off the frames in order to get that forced motion, as it were you see these? A mess of jittery effect there because it is literally jumping from one frame, skipping the next. But is it five and then showing the next frame? So we have a very jittery effect, but it's still usable as long as you remember that whatever frames your using, if you're slowing it down, it is adding in frames, and if you're speeding it up, it is taking at frames. As you saw, We used to have yet to get ourselves a little bit of smoothness in there, and that's a little trick that you might want to use occasion here. But if you do wanna shoot something that you know is going to be slow motion later, then shooted in the higher frame rate or a variable frame rate so that you get a nice, smooth product at the end. 34. 34 Importing Media from FiLMiC Pro: because Lima fusion is based on Iran s, they are quite a few third party applications that you can use to get some professional grade video. One of them is looming fusion or that I'm using this application. As you can see, I have it on my iPad. There are various off these types of applications. This is just one of the more popular. It allows you to record video and do all your settings manually and up the quality and a few other things. But basically, if you have gone into Lou Fusion and you'll see it's his device and you have this item checked here, it's going to save whatever videos that you record with it, be it on your phone or, in this case, an op ed directly to your camera roll, which is your photos. In that case, you can just going to limit fusion and import them directly from there. But if you with this particular application, let's say let's just record some of the inside of my case. Let's say you've recorded it, but you didn't have that selected, and a lot of other applications will work the same. You just go to this play button at the bottom here and you'll find your clips. Then all you need to do is whatever application you're in. Look for the Spartan, the share button, and then you scroll along until you find loom effusion. You can put a take their but we're not going to, and you just posted to limit fusion. Now, if you go back to them a fusion and go to your shared falls you see every year you have a shared folder. This is where the clips that come from various other applications end. There is, ah, inside off a iPad case video that we have just opened in room infusion. The same process applies for pretty much any application that you decide to use on an artist a bus. 35. 35 Exporting your Finished Movie: When you're ready to export your masterpiece to a platform or just to fall, you will need to hit down two on the bottom. Right inside, you'll see this export button. You kick that and it'll give you some options. The 1st 1 is movie, that's what we're going to use it, that basically the entire movie, the 2nd 1 Audio only. So that's exactly what it sounds like. It's only going to export the audio. The Fusion Project package. I'll explain that in next lesson and a snapshot. I'll explain that as well. For now, we're just going to go to the straight forward movie and will now be presented with the various platforms and places that you can export your movie, too. Starting at the top photos. It's your race photos, obviously. Vinje. Then your platform. YouTube. I can't drive, coming export directly to our cloud drop nor box. That's Ah, a wireless external drive thing with WD Wallace and you consented to a network. Another application. Dropbox Box, Google Dr One. Drive a folder on your device, which is normally what I use or iTunes farce hearing. If you go to connected to a PC or Mac we're just going to use rendered movie folder. The first section basic settings is resolution frame rate and video quality. They will normally be a store next to the preferred resolution, which is what you probably said your project at. In this case, it's four K. We'll leave it there, Frame writes, exporting a project at a frame rate. That is not what your project to set. It is a bad idea generally, but you can do it here right up. 60 friends. They can rot down to 18. We're just gonna leave it at city. Your video quality sittings normally would be on standard, which in for four K's 50 megabytes of second. This will give you an average fall size and average quality on your export. You can have either put it all the way up to ultra, which is generally what I do. It takes longer to process, and, of course, your false eyes is quite a bit bigger. But you're going to get the best quality by doing that. Obviously, if you drop the resolution that so we don't have a full HD, you'll see ultra now is 60 megabytes sick and which means your false house is going to be quite a bit smaller, but so is your resolution. I'm just gonna leave that at ultra at one sittings. Your video Codec is by default C two h 264 You can set it up to age 265 which is, and newer Kotick the files a slightly smaller. A lot of the newer devices are starting to support 86 5 especially the Apple devices. But I generally like HD 64 because it's supported by the most platform include video and audio or just video. If you don't want to order to come with it for equality for the A killer hurts, that's generally what you leave it. Can I ever said it to something else? If you require that and far form it, that MP four is probably the more universally used. If you on PC end. Adam s my work on apple platforms, so I just leave it at dot MRV. The video it up new very is the default. But because the refuge in supports 3 60 video, you can say what top of 3 60 video you want to export it as and he used changing any of these sittings, as you saw, will change automatically to dot mp four and then the last section here is basic information. So how long did it approximately calculate is going to take to export the space needed for the phone, the false eyes and how much space is left on your device from here? We're going to touch the export button at the top, right? And you cannot give it a name. I'm not going to give it anything to wonderful arm. Just going to put a word in there and then again click the export button and our project will not export. I'm going to speed this up as this may take a little bit and be exceptionally boring watching the doll turn. And once, of course, our exporters finished. In this case, you can go to imported and rendered movies. And here is our most of peace that we have just recorded 36. 36 Project Backup and Restore: one of the other facilities that you can use when exporting, as you could make it basically a backup off the entire project that you're working on. So let's say this project over here we now wanted to shared with a friend or possibly just keep a backup. Once we finish the project, we go back to the export Minya. They share an export menu, and this time we select the looming fusion project back up again is going to give you a selection of where you want to put it. Various drives, external devices, network drops. But for demonstration purposes, I'm just going to use the rendered folder on this device again. The first selection you'll get is what to include. So full media will literally copy every single file that you used within this project in their entirety. So even if you've only said it, say you have a five second clip and you've taken two seconds of that and use that in here, it's still going to store that entire five second clip, which is good for maybe later on. You'd like to maybe editor to do a little bit of slip editing and that type of thing that at least you have the entire file to work with the one below it, the trim, the media is not the entire fall. So in our example, we have that five second foul, and we've used two seconds of it. It's only going to save that two seconds off. That fall, with a second on either side is a leeway, that's all. It's not going to keep the entire five seconds. So if you are certain that you're not going to obviously need Teoh edited again afterwards , then you can use Use that and I'll give you a smaller file sauce. But I like Teoh era on the side of caution, as it were, and I always do the larger files. Under the info, you'll see an approximation of the false eyes as well as how much is left on your divorce. We're gonna click export. We're just going to put her end of number behind it and click exports again. It'll not copy all those falls that you've used within the project. Audio video images, etcetera, and it'll compress them into a what essentially is a zip file. But it is a followed. The Duma fusion recognizes It will also include a far with all the details of your idiot within that back up project. Upload complete. But if we did it now, go to our projects. And let's say we delete this project when I have no projects will use our import button and we'll never get to our local fall. Which, as you can see, I'm already. It is the rendered movies and you'll see here is our zip my project to click on that. It's going to extract all of those falls again, and our project is back. Says you can see great way to back up your media. The last feature on the share and export menu is snapshot. This will literally just take a picture off wherever you play. It is at that point, so it's over here. We have a novel. There you go, Snapshot. We now have an image that will be saved directly to our photos. It'll footers is image that we just took a snapshot off 37. 37 How to use Greenscreens: in this. Listen, we're gonna have a look at green screens for words that don't know. Green screen is basically what it sounds like. You put a green screen behind objects, video people, etcetera, and it doesn't even have to be a green screen. It can be a blue screen is also commonly used. And then when you bring it into an application like Luna Fusion, you can remove whatever's green, what is blue and use it to replace something else you can add in various things, and or of a sudden you're on the beach or something like that. As you can see with this video that you're looking at right now, everything behind me is gone. And that is because off this, a green screen that I used to do exactly what we want to do. The secret behind a good green screen is simply a lot of life. You need to have a lot of lights on your subject in this case, me. You need to have a lot of light on the green screen and preferably as even a spread of that light as possible so you'll see on the green screen, agree. Looking at yeah, ever done. The bottoms basically done. Yeah, on the corner and over here in the corner, it gets a little bit darker. It's because my life distribution is not fantastic. I'm a bit constrained with space, where record that's normally you were trying to have, as much of it is even as possible for a bit of green screen set for this one. We're going to. I have selected a nice green screen with a cat because any good video needs a kit and I'm going to put him into space. So first of all, I'm going to drag. I'm going to drag and drop what will be my background in this case, my little clip of a space station. And then I'm going to take the green screen off my kit, and I'm going to drag it on. Let me. I'm going to drag it on top, my cats deciding it's not going to let me. But there we go. So now we have, uh, kit, looking very confused at the camera. You can go straight into green screen from here, but what I found is generally is a good rule. You do your color correction first so that you can actually in haunts the color off the green. So it will do Is exactly that will go into get my starless here and the first tabletop. Yeah, Is your green your tell a Christian? Sorry. And I'm just going to select the original so that I have my tools to do some color correction. Now what I'm really going to do is try and in haunts the green without making the cat look too strange. So I'm going to put up the saturation. Likely, this is a theory. Fairly Dole Ket. As for his colors, girl, it's not a vibrant color of any description. So we can miss with colors quite a bit before the cattle starts looking strange. And then I'm going to put up the vibrance as well as you can see. With all these tweaks, the main color, the changing is the green in the background is becoming more and more bright and enhanced. And then I'm going to mrs that just a little bit. Do not bring the vibrance down of it. What I'm trying to do is along the back here, you'll see that I'm getting a sort of greenish glow. What This is is when you're blighting on a green screen. It obviously reflects back onto whatever objects are in front of it to a certain extent, and that is what's happening here. So she, this catcher, he or she a much harsher has got a a little bit of a green tinged trees for the back. It's Firth back. Okay, once we've done the color correction sorry, we'll go back into the killer and effects, and you'll see over the top writer is a little key. These are chroma keys, obviously, and you have various ones that you can select generally, whichever one you pick, you can then go and select the color. So it's not really that big a deal. I just like the green screen because obviously I'm using a green screen. And then I go and drag the eyedropper over there 100 that I drop over to the green just to make sure that it selected the wrong turn a green tent of Green Story. And now we can start missing with these Hugh Range saturation range and brightness range. You'll see that the kit is losing a bit of his body to the space and his tell it's tell. So what we do is we stretch playing with these sliders. We don't want to take a 24 because, you see, if I take it too far not that for I start getting green around the edges, which is obviously not what we want. So we just wanna pull back a little bit. That should be a K without losing too much of the cat. And then we move on to the saturation again. If you take it to extremes, you're going to start getting green around the edges between during one. That's well, we'll put it up a little bit. I'm still getting quite a bit of green. They we'll leave that for, and I'm actually gonna pull this down a bit. Two way. I'm just starting to lose a bit of in like it itself. And then I'm going to just the situation just to try reclaim the inside of the kit that we're on quite get as much of the greener and the edge of the kit. And then we'll do the Brock missus Well, again, you take it to four. We're going to start getting the shadows of green. You just want to get rid of those, but that's stealing too much of our kids right about there. Now. Obviously, the more time that you take in more precise that you all with all your adjustments here, the better it's going to be for your green screen. The lost sitting here is obviously to reverse it. So there we have now kit with just green. This can be quite useful in certain instances, but in ours we actually want our kids to be floating in space. Once we've finished our green screen, we can obviously go back and have a look and see exactly how it came out. We're keeping an R for any green that's appearing or flickering around the kit, but they didn't seem to be much there. But you can also do is if, like with catch, you've got very minimal movement. You can go. You can go to your frame and fit. You go to cropping and actually pull it in because you see, we're not getting ahead of a lot of movement. That's really just the cat's head that's moving so we can pull in from the various sides. Okay, the bottom not so much, but the rock we can pull it in quite a bit. So if there is any anomalies within the range that is outside of our little box here, um, as you'll see with mine, the green screen is only around me. But they still at the edge of the frames. A piece off green screen that's not Korean covered a piece off the frame that's not being covered by green screen. So that's basically we can remove it by simply cropping in. As long as I don't put my arms out of the actual frame, it shouldn't look too strangely. I'm really Arabic, and just to make sure that we haven't cut off any pieces of our cat that and we have a perfectly good cat in space. 38. LumaFusion Practical 1 - Practical Intro: in this. Listen, we're basically going to use everything that we've learned so far. You're going to create our own little travel video. If you're using the supplied yes, it's that are attached to this. Listen or whatever video you feel like doing. If you're using your own assets, using our own assets is obviously preferable because you're going to get a bit of feel for what the video is that you want to use. Want to do the efforts that are supplying I recorded. It's a little tongue in Belgium called William, and basically they are not the greatest of essence. They are all going to need some work on. I've specifically lift certain things not correct or not totally correct, so that we can use different aspects of what we've learned so far to correct those videos and get our final product to travel video. If you're using your own footage, then trying use footage which you know could be is a bit of works, maybe a bit of color correction, etcetera. That's obviously going to be better for your learning experience, and you're going to see how to correct things that you yourself are shooting, which is obviously a good thing. So let's get started 39. LumaFusion Practical 2 - Importing Media: okay in this first, listen over, Practical. We're going to import all our media and make sure that it's all laid out in a logical fashion in a Thoma. Such a start off with what I'm going to do is create in your project. Ah, just call this sheep, uh, to on video. I'm gonna sit it to 25 frames a second. But if you are in the States or somewhere where 30 frames a second is more than all, then obviously sit that to your preference here. I'm gonna leave it a 25 and I'm gonna change the aspect ratio to 16 bahn line, which is pretty much your standard. And then we have our video. Okay, so I'm going to go to imported items and I'm going to go to shed the way I got these farms on to my eyes. Tobias is I just shared them with file sharing and got it on using I can't very connection with my PC. However, there are various ways to get your files onto the device. We've shown them in previous lessons, So use one of those methods. You can copy it to one of your drives and download it or put it on toe. I can drive and download it or put it on to an SD cord and use an adapter and copied directly on there. If you're using at this stage of watching the listen, I was 13 has been released or you on the beater. You can plug a direct and SST dropped directly into your eyes device and get it off that way as well. What I've done is I've already done all of that. So I've got all my falls here. So first of all, once you've imported all of these, we're gonna try and lay them out in some sort of fashion That makes sense for what you're trying to create. So in this case, it's a little travel video. I just shot some random pics and videos. It a little town called Julian. Okay, so now we're gonna go through the footage and just add in the pieces that we want into the Tom Ron. You'll notice that a lot of this footage is very dull. We're gonna have to do some color correction on basically all of this, but for now, it's just for through our footage and select that's called North Peace. You know, we don't want I just want the peace Before war. That son obstructs our view, so we'll put that onto the time on. See if there's anything decent here. You'll also notice that there's a nice rain spot on the lings there, which we're just going to have to work around. It's a probably around here. Two. There's a quietness piece. Put that on. Okay, this is just a short of some decks it and think well of use that right now. And a few nice pieces. I think I think that peace would be quite knows is a opening peace because it gives us a sort of broad view the actual river. So go away back here. Tip on that and wrong one. What's up on that will do little insert by using the button. I think this is a fairly similar short except repainting the other way. Okay, we might use some of that a bit later. That spot is very noticeable here Now. I think they might have to leave that short art, but if you feel like you want to take a piece of it in feel free to do so and then I think the lost short too rip up little video. Just go along here. We don't want any of that. There's enough short of the L E. And then me turned to the local beer store. So let's and that I think that's a good base for a trouble. Video will carry on in the next lesson. 40. LumaFusion Practical 3 - Colour Correction: as you saw in the previous video, the clips that we've added the colors not great. The day that I shot these random clips of this little town, it was very gloomy. Very adults. Ah, these clips are definitely gonna need some work. So we're going to select the first clip and then get in here and hit the little. It's like one. We're then going to go over to color in a fix on the bottom and select killer presets. Now, I don't think there's any presets here that are going to bring us at least a part of the way they Michigan. See, that's not good. So we're just gonna select original. It'll give us the tools to work with, and we're going to start just from the top to the bottom, except for the actual main colors. There, we're going to start digesting little bit by little bit each of the values, just to see if we can pull some of the colors out there may be brought up the image a little bit. So we'll, uh, we just play around a bit. Irma kids and you bring the mid turns down a little bit. You were missed too much with the are lots in effect, the broadness. I don't think either, but will bring a little bit of the contrast up. And we'll bring a little bit of situation up a little bit more too. So you can get some more color in these buildings that do you actually have color? Maybe a little bit of vibrance. Okay, that's my locks is not really doing anything. Yeah, it's not really doing anything for us either. See, if we missed the shelters you drop the shadows of it seems to and a little bit of contrast in there. I'm gonna move down to Gamma here on. And they were just up the gammon a little bit our scar, unfortunately, because it was such a great day, the most of the scars blown out. We're not gonna get much back on that side on. I don't think the Hugh we're just gonna change it to green if we struck missing with it. No, caso, we've got our first clip looking a little bit better than it. Waas. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to go down here to the clipboard, and I'm going to copy while I've got that clip selected. This one is a bit dark for using the same color settings, but I think these others might benefit from it. So select that. Go back to my clipboard. Just gonna de select everything except the color, because that's what I really want to paste onto this and paste. And actually, that doesn't look to bed with doing filling minimal color work. So I think we'll use that same preset flipboard. It's the color report again. Placed the color. Yeah, let's see. It does seem to be released, bringing out a lot more of the colors, and it doesn't look quite as dull as it was. This other clip that was a doctor here on the river. However, we're going to have to going color correct on its own. Think we can pull the blacks up a little bit. There may be the mid turns as well. Can't do much with the harlots. There a little bit of rock nous little bit of contrast, a little bit more cept saturation. We start seeing a bit of the green of the river, a little bit of the colors of the top you can peeking through then we'll move down to the Gamma and just just that slightly. The ship has done a little bit, not give us a little bit of controls There might boost the situation is a little bit of, well, that's looking a lot better. Just play there, too. But we definitely got a little bit more color happening there. Okay, someone to go big. And I think overrule colors are looking a little bit better. 41. LumaFusion Practical 4 - Adding and Animating A Title: this. Listen, we're going to add a nice title to our little trouble video. So first things first is I thought I'd actually just center it in the first clip and have it fade in and fade out again. Your end about they. So we'll hit over Teoh titles, and I talked menu and scroll down to show which one of these are feel like using you, of course. Use whichever is your preference. There are quite a few pretty made one juror to choose from, and, of course, you can use ones that you have made yourself. I want something that's going to sit in the middle of the screen, so probably go for something like that. Select it and dragged down. When it's his start about there. Zoom in. Little register. Moving. Heard over. Yeah, I ran about them. Some double tip on it. Take me to the It's, um first things first. Double tip on the text going changes to travel video top done. I'm going to change the front to something a little plainer looking us having your bold That looks good. Maybe you want to change the color as well. Some sort of theme. I don't really have a theme in mind. You change it to something a little bit louder. The contrast Quite a lot with the background so that we can see it quite nicely. And I might even up the we're quite that much select the next one. Still tip on it natural, But ah, true video, Teoh. Well, you know, done. I'm actually going to change that front as well because that's not keep it the same front family scroll. Then we don't want any bedroom colors. There it is. Maybe you're not quite that dark. No, that's not working. Um, let's select white, maybe just turn it down a little bit that that doesn't really I'm going to leave it At what ? That should be fun again. Just as you see fit you generally, when you start doing something like this, you'll have some sort of idea in your mind of what it must look like. And you can adjust it. According me. I'm going to take these shapes and I'm going to change the color of each of them. Or so just to go in fit in with our green and yellow on earth loud. It was meant to be and slick, the other ship sensitively. I'm just going to open a day, take this. But then I'm going to make that a little bit darker so that it contrasts quite a bit with the other. Actually, I think the light is probably a nice con trust. Sleeping with it, basically go into each of the shapes removed. Um, add in more shapes and adjust colors as you see fit. So as you want them, you can just sizes as well. And then, when you're finished, just hit Beck. The problem being now is in a little video. It just pops onto the screen and then pops off again. I actually think I'm just going to change that background color because it really is not separating itself from the foreground colors very well. That's a little bit better. Okay, so now, to get it to fade in nicely and fate art or slide in, whichever we choose, we can just go and add a transition directly onto this title. So we're gonna go over to the transitions. No good to transitions. There we go. Now you can go through each of them, try to them see which ones you prefer use these slides, There's pushes and various others. I generally just stick to good old crust is over. You drag and drop it onto the beginning. You see it fading nicely and you can use the exact same one on the end and it'll fade out. You know, we have a last total that fades in and fades out. However, maybe we also wanted to do a little bit of moving. So what we can do is weakening and selected again this time go into the frame and fit. Make sure we're right at the beginning of the the clip again, it s ALS a que frame. But now what I'm going to do is I'm actually going, Teoh, have it pain slightly from the right to the left. While we're painting on the video to the right, we'll see what that looks like. It maybe not a good idea What? We're gonna drop the size a little bit because I think it's quite but two predominant. Okay, and then I'm going to go to basically the end of it, and I'm going to put it on the left hand side now because we've already started the size and positioning. We've added in a key frame. Obviously, it's going to automatically ed in any key friends that we do. If we do any changes after that, so you'll see Rick watch the beginning in the end, never go back and see what that looks. Luck. It fades in pain slowly across the screen and fades that again, not to bed. 42. LumaFusion Practical 5 - Adding Transitions: In our compilation, you'll see between each of the different clips. It's simply jumps to the next clip. And in some cases that can work in some cases, not that's where transitions come in. We've already used transitions on our title to faded out. So what we're gonna do now is use them between two clips. It's generally a good idea toe only use a few different transitions through when video one sort of presentation. Simply because if you start using too many different transitions, they become too much of a focus in the video, and people get very distracted from the actual content that you're trying to show them. So generally, as a rule of thumb, use one, maybe two different transitions in an entire video. So the standard is the crust is all, which is what we used on the title. I'm going Teoh, select one other. You can preview each one simply by clicking on it, and it will show you what it does, Berryman, that you can speed up and slow down any of these transitions. So this is just a starting point. I quite like this Ball wipes. I'm gonna use that for my first transition. You take the transition, you drag it down and you get a couple of choices. If you hold it between the two clips, it will basically take a little bit off the end of the previous clip and a little bit off the beginning of the next look. And it'll use that to actually create your transition. You can, however, just put it on one clip by simply sliding over like this. And I competed on the next clip. Oh, the previous clip. So if you put in the middle, you'll see we have a nice transition me and do that, and I'll show you what happens if we put that same transition on the beginning clip. It'll actually fade to a black pot and then only start the next look, which is not really the idea, but it can be used for different effects. In some cases, I don't personally have use it very often, but you might find a use for it. So I'm just going to go with the in between birth clips and we haven't us. It looks pretty decent. What you do Israel go over to the next that is quite during, so I'm not going to switch back to the crust is over. Asthma, transition of choice and you see it adds in and us smooth cut between the two clips. In some cases, actually, a jump cut will suffice and might even look better. If you are doing, say, a short clip, where you have a lot of action happening in a very short space of time. It's no me. Quite a good idea to jump between each action part of the action sequence, especially because you're clips for so small one second to second. You don't want to load of their taken up by a transition, so just jumping between those clips becomes more effective than putting in a transition. But for our little trouble video, we're gonna use our standard transitions. It's been a crust is over in there as well. I think at the end of the video, what I wanted the video to do is fade to black. You'll see there's actually a Preble transition for that right at the top. Here, it's called Dip, and what this does is it fights to Blake. If it's at the end of a video clip like this, it fades to black. You see if it's between two videos and what it will do is that will fade to black and then fade back in again to the next one. But there were black point around the middle people did at the end lockers. Obviously, there's no video after that. It's just going to fade to black, which is exactly what we want. If you decide that some of these transitions you don't like the speed of them, it zoom in a little bit. So this is said to basically a second. So let's go. Yeah, that's a second long, but you decide you want to slightly shorter. You can grab anyone of the science and dragons in or out to make it longer, and you'll see the transition is now a lot quicker. You can do that with any of the transitions so you can make them longer short, depending on what your needs are. 43. LumaFusion Practical 6 - Audio and Fading: Let's listen. What we're going to do is head in a little bit off background music to a compilation. To do this, I'm gonna go two storey blocks, which is a source off free music as well as paid for subscription music as well as other stuff. I mean, they have footage, backgrounds, music groups. It is definitely a good thing if you do a lot of videos and you need a little bit of stock footage, background music like we do now. But there is a lot of free available. I'm going to use the filters that along the bottom here, and I'm going to select ambience. Easy listening, Elektronik that should full tractor look, rests. Let's see. What is this acoustic? A tall Yeah. What you got your good life? It's a bit too eerie. Morning certain that sounds last less, isn't it? That seems a top of up beating we want for accomplish in. So I'm going to click on it, so I'm going to drag it down to the first rodeo trick. You'll see a little notification over here that it's downloading. We'll just wait for that should be pretty quick. Okay, we now have some music to a back room, some background music trivia That's not your bed in a letter. Listen, will actually add some voiceover. We will have to adjust the volumes and that, but for now, we're just gonna leave the volume as it is. I do, however, want to trim the music. Did you see it goes way further than clip, as you can see on the top of the timeline here. So we're going to go to the end of the actual video. Make sure that we have the word your selected, which it is, and I'm just going to click the scissors and then click the button to get rid of the selected order. Now what we're going to do is normally you could go in well, there's two ways you could do it. You could go in. You can go and key frame the volume to actually start dying at towards the answer that is completely dead at the end of the video. Or you can go to a transitions and you'll see there's a video cut audio across. This is basically the exact same thing. It's gonna fade out the audio if you put it on audio trick for you. So we're gonna drop that on the end of our audio and you'll see it fades. Our audio at what I like to do is because I like the idea to start fading a lot before there sure fade to black on the video. I'm going to zoom in by pinching out. I'm going to take the end off the transition. I'm just gonna drag it out to roughly twice the distance of our video transition there in the mill, play it much more professional. 44. LumaFusion Practical 7 - Adding Voiceover: in this. Listen, we're gonna add a little bit of voiceover throughout video. This is generally wouldn't be necessary unless the big here that you've recorded as voiceover on it. And but it's not usable, which, unfortunately, with todays devices, especially if you're according on something like a phone, it doesn't have the world's greatest marker funds. You can record this simply like I'm going to do now with using the microphones in your eyes device. Generally, it would be a better idea to plug in a USB microphone or a like inject microphone or whatever you buy a device supports. I would normally do that, however, because I'm recording out of the port. I don't have the facility to plug in a microphone as well, so I'm just going to use the internal microphone. I'm gonna move around, Teoh just here with the heading starts gonna kick the plus. I'm going to click voiceover and you'll see the It's actually got the meters for the onboard microphone. I'm not gonna just the gain or anything like that too much. I'm just going to hit record and read a little bit off the text fall that are supplied with the listens, falls get my countdown Beyond is a town in southern Belgian near the French border. It's known for the medieval billions parcel overlooking the some boys room play. That back to myself alone is a town in seven Belgian near the French border. It's known for the medieval bilion castle overlooking the sea, Moyes River. Okay, that's not too bad, so I think we'll accept that. Now you'll notice that the audio ducking is enabled. So what that means is, as we saw in a previous listen, the previous trek, which is the music, automatically dips in volume to accommodate the voiceover that we've just add and it'll do it from the beginning of the clip. You listen again. Your notice. Different volumes for the boy. Strange border. It's in the little girl back up again at the end, up looking the same boys. Now, for such a short little voice over, this is probably the best thing to do is just leave it like it is. Adjust our volumes on the actual voice over itself and maybe clean it up, shorten it, which will do now in there. Shorten it, which we're going to do now. But you can do this manually. I'm going to show you how to do it manually. You don't need to. Obviously, if you just use the settings for the body are ducking. First of all, I'm just going to shorten. They clipped to the actual speaking part of it and then going to double click on it, going to the audio configuration. I'm just going to up the volume a little bit because my voice is really soft with the internal microphone. Alone is a town in seven Belgian near the French border. It's known for the medieval bilion castle overlooking the sea, Moyes River. That's fine. So if we wanted to do the actual audio ducking manually, what we do is we actually going to select the check that we want to dip in volume and then we go to where the beginning over the water it's known for before. That alone is a ton because the right there Israel volume would want to dip. So using key frames, we basically do exactly what the audio dockings doing Ed in a key friend at the maximum volume that we have got, we go along a little bit until the speaking stops starts three, and we dropped the volume. But significantly, we play along until for the medieval bilion causal of West End's Moyes River. In another key frame. So long a little bit. And we up the Valium back to what we had it in this case, in this case SMIC on zero. And that is how you would manually do the audio ducking if you need it. As I said, with the what you're ducking, being enabled and being such a short voiceover clip, it's not really necessary at this point. That's why I'm simply going to remove all the key friends, and that should take us back to original. Alone is a town in seven Belgian near the French board. Automatically all your back Julian Castle. We're looking the same Moyes River, which is fine for what we need. The tools in Lima fusion at this point are good for order, but they're not off. Obviously, a district packages standard yet, so if you do have a piece of video with the audio is not terrible, but it's not great. You can fix it using some of the tools available to you here, your heart, ports and low post falters distortion. In that type of thing, you can attempt to remove background noises in that type of thing 45. LumaFusion Practical 8 - Keyframing a Title: in this. Listen, we're gonna do a little bit of key framing on a title, So if you see the second clip that we added here is in our short off the river. So what I thought of doing is heading in a title that names the river. So I'm just going to go to my titles and I'm going to use the plane Classic a dragger to basically where I wanted to start, which is just off to the transition and then going to they will kick on the title itself to take me to the title editor. And basically what I wanted to do is that for war off the river today, I want this title to basically look like it's stuck to that wall and stay in the same position as we paying across the river said. To do that, I'm going to drop it in size a little bit, going to go down and change its angle so that it's visually at the same angle is the flow of the river. But as you see it will, I need to move to remind your position, but to start off with will. But there let me gun change. Okay, so I'm gonna change this to Smoyes. A river is that is Is this the name of Ah river? And then I'm going to kick done and I'm going to change the color. It's Ah, and that's something that's striking. The white is fairly striking in this instance. Let's give it a bit more bourbons. Scroll up once you change it to a more plain looking front, preferably neighbor than the balls. Fine. And they were just dropped the slides again. And that should, in theory, look okay when we start. But as you see the rivers moving, will the wall is moving in our clip, and obviously the text isn't So now we'll go and do that. So we'll go into our title editor and we're gonna make sure he wrote at the beginning. OK, over to frame and fit. You know, what we're gonna do is key. Frame it. So I'm going to start off by heading in a key friend. Make sure that we're on the size and positioning tab and then I'm literally going Teoh step a few moving toward and then we get adjusted. Beckwitt supposed to be a member of it forward adjusted baker. It's supposed to be The proper way to do this is obviously to do it. Almost every frame, however there. I don't want this. Listen to be an hour long, sir. We're just going to do it every few frames. It won't look a smooth as if we did it every couple of frames. But you will get the general idea now because we added in a key frame in the beginning, every time that we move it or adjust that after that it's automatically gonna add in a key friend so they see a movement is not great, but you do. You get the idea. It's It's play along with the medieval Biljon Castle overlooking the sea, Moyes River and you see our title stays on now you can still see. It's a bit jittery and it moves around a bit, but that is simply because we haven't added in enough key frames to actually keep it nice and smooth. Well, sir, in us trick, when you're doing something like that is to when you first of all gone it earthy title. Gonna add in a image of some description or shape in this case, what I normally do is I'll go on ahead in the copyright notice and then I'll go adjusted down and move it over an item that I want to keep in position, sir. See, there's a little little black spot over there. Factor might even be a bird. A Quincy in the size can. That's not incorporating. Yeah, but let's now drop it down and we put it over there. Make sure, of course, that you're on the first frame. Then when you go into your key framing, it makes life a lot easier. So let's move to the next key from that re bedded and go and ended. Pick fit. We'll go to our next key frame and make sure that Target is groups where we put it. And I get a next key frame and do the same as you can see. This is quite finicky, but it'll be with wall in the long run to get enough smooth key friend and one more okay, now, in theory, well, there we still have our target. There should be a bit smoother because we had some way to actually a little bit smoother again. That would improve if we added in more key friends, but we don't want this. Listen to be an hour long. So after you've now added in all the key frame that you want, you simply go and remove the chip, and we should have a smoother title that stays inside of the river. 46. LumaFusion Practical 9 - Adding Outro: in this. Listen, we're going to add a little outro to are the end of a compilation. This is the way that you can thank your viewers for watching your video. What I thought off is heading in a cup that we haven't used yet at the end off our existing video and blurring it out. And then over that blood at video, we'll have the text saying thank you and you can normally ed in things like your social media links and your Twitter account and all that type of thing. But for now, we're just going to say thank you for watching our video and have a great day Just start off with I'm going to go back to my media and I'm going to go and find a piece of video that we haven't actually used. I think this might be the one. Yes, I think we'll use maybe about to board seconds of it at the end. We're gonna drag it down. I'm gonna. But is it the end? However, we don't want it fading to black now, so I'm going to go and select the transition, and I'm going to remove it, and instead I'm going to go back to transitions and I'm going to go and add in a standard Chris resolve. Cross dissolve. Sorry to our clip. I'm then going to go to our ending clip, and I'm going to quickly do some color correction to it because it is quite Dole is with the others a little bit more situation, a little bit more vibrance and maybe a little bit. Morgan. It'll be fun for our purposes. Once I've done the color correction you'll see over the top. Here we have the little looks like a little drop of water. That's our blur. So where they and will probably start off with maybe a 40 percent cause and blur. That's actually, but much so, instead of adding another one will just drop this one of it down to probably 20%. I should think what we're going to do is we're going to key frame the blur in you'll see this port that's highlighted here in purple on your timeline when your job will sorry. That part is actually part of the transition. When it trades in when it dissolves, you see there that transition there. So basically what that's doing is warning you that that's still part of the transition into this clip. So what we'll do is we'll sort of start halfway through that transition, make sure that our goes and blurs selected and add in a key friend. I'm then going to move along to met just a few frames off to that. And I'm going to add in another key friend not going to go back to the lost key frame and just drop. And he goes on, Blair, in effect, I'm probably going to drop a draw the way down to zero. They will give us Theseus double effect now for go Bic. I shouldn't Siri have a gradual blur towards the end. There direct. And now we need to do is head in our text. Also, your noticed that obviously our music now is ending before the end of our video, which we court really have that. So what we'll do is we'll drag the end of it along until it's flush with the end of our video. Yeah, and that way it'll fade out just as before. Bet it'll end in the right place. Okay, so we're not going to add in a total here your girl over two titles. Just gonna choose a Castaic lower thirds. Put that over it, go to the end and actually shorten it to the end of the video. Now that I'm looking at this, this is actually probably a bit too short for what we need. I'm going to select that video and I'm actually going to drag it along this way simply because that the other side of that clip is actually the end of the clip. So we're not gonna be able to drag it out and get anymore. They're clip in there and again, I'm going to take my Odiah. No, but it's slick my order, and I'm going to drag it to the end and I'm going to move this along my title, and I'm going to stretch it so that the full length of the club So now you'll see it fades into the clip and goes and blue comes available there. Effect now goes and blows in the wrong place, So let's go move those key frames. What I'm going to do is just remove all key friends and then just redo what we did before from about their head in a key frame approximately. They're adding a key frame. Go back to the previous one and drop. He goes and load onto there, and now it should skirt. And that's correct. And that's where we want it. So now what we need to do is go in and it's our text. Good. Thank you for watching. Thank you for watching. Get it done. Can change your front because it always seems to choose a Roman front switch, not a huge fan off and at the size of that one, and I think will change the color of that one just to add it. But a difference now we should have our after thank you for watching McKay atras not actually fading at Mignoni to add ah, fade out on the video in the atra so we'll get your transitions well and the dip into the goes and blurred port. In fact, I quite like that with the text remains, the screen goes black. You could obviously choose how you feel like doing it, but I think that looks quite nice, leaving it on the black until the end. So I'm going to leave it like that 47. LumaFusion Practical 10 - Adding Map: in this. Listen, we're gonna add in a little map, do a little bit of a Ken Burns effect on that map and animate a member Icahn. That's going to show exactly where this little town is in Europe and we're going to inserted in between these two clips here. I think right about there, we'll go back to I imported items and you'll see there's a map. Yah, I'm going to drag it, going to move it until such time as it allows me to insert Infect on right drink a little bit for that. So we've got a little bit of space for a little bit of time to work with. Bearing in mind that now because we've actually inserted something within our Tom Lawn. We need to go and but just on music now, which is full and won the wayside again, so we'll just drag it out there. Luckily, the music was quite long, so we can easily added in. Not so it's good picture on MEP now. The first thing I want to do is zoom the map in a little bit, said we can actually see where William is, and although you're not gonna build to see the name on this Google map balloon is literally over here. So what we want to do is like of just zoom. Now we'll start around about there and I'm going to add in a key frame and we actually going to do a bit more zooming now than panning because Ken Burns effect is generally both . But we went basically want to get close up so that we can actually see in the region of wears is not too close. Otherwise we're going to get a really pixelated but off picture. So I'm going to leave it there and then I'm going to move along to maybe around here around there. I'm going to zoom. You sure the in your intimate they obviously a key frame has been added because we did that . So now I will go back out again and see how that it's not too bad. We gotta zoom, but I think we need to add in a little bit of pencil. We'll go back to the second key frame and then I'm just going to move it around a little bit, go back to the 1st 1 and in theory will get a bit of the room in Penn. That's court decent. Okay, so what we want to do now is around about here. We want to drop a little map icon. So let's go grab a map. Our corn, which you can't really see when looking at in the preview, because it's black and we'll take that away just before the transition. Now, obviously, that is severely too big. So let's go and get to the beginning at a key frame in, Drop it down to the size we want move it off screen and then coming along Teoh approximately there at that point. No, I didn't want to do that. At that point, we will drop the myth, my corn dropping a bit smaller on to the town of Boone. And we should have a fairly decent, perfect Let's have a look at that to Moyes River. I think maybe the dropping of that icon could be a little bit quicker. Yes, I think it can. So I'm going to her to that key friends. I'm going to slick the remove key frame. I'm going to move along to basically What about the that point? We're going to Ted? I'm looking in. But now, because the Memphis still moving, we're going to have to move with it. So let's go along there to wear it's finished moving and just moved back into place in theory, comes down and settles on the spot that we what? Look at that. That's a look better. I think that anything we still need to do is add a transition in between that so that it really goes to the MIP. It's a lot smoother. 48. LumaFusion Practical 11 - Exporting Final: Now we come to the port with everybody loves exporting our video and showing it off to everyone. For this, we go to export menu, which is this little share button down the bottom right. And we can either export it as we've seen before in various fashions. But we just want to send a movie at to the world. And here we can select the various places. Now, what you do from here is totally up to you. If you want to share your crashing with YouTube or you want to save it for later, all of the above you can do here right down to the various drive systems. Google drive, cloud drop system. Sorry. Dropbox box one drop. Order them a day. You can also share to another EP. We're drop it. What I'm however going to do is I'm going to send it to a folder on this op ed. I'm going to I said my resolution yet for came because I'm in Europe. I'm gonna sit my frame rate to 25. But as we saw before it depending away or in the world, you said that 25 30 60 50. It depends on what you shot your video in and what you want presented him. Always use ultra sitting so that I could get the best possible quality at. But this is talking to you, space available and all that type of thing. And the idea Generally you won't mess with us again as before. You can sit in before or a movie. The any real difference is personal preference. And what platform you're going to be exporting it to Eventually. I always said it to a movie. You'll have your export infant, the bottom which will tell us how bigger video is going to be. I'm especially good available in how long it'll take. Take the shape button. I think the super travel video is a good name. So we'll leave it and I'm just gonna hit. The export can take 44 seconds. I'm not gonna make you wait. I'm going to force for the section and I'll see you at the end of the export. Okay. There are export is done in a video is in the rendered movies. Did the they threw alone is a town in seven Belgian near the French border. It's known for the medieval Biljon castle overlooking the sea Moyes River. We really should have spent more time on that. I should have really spent more time on that key framing. But I hope you have.