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Shoot, Edit, And Upload Videos To YouTube With Just Your Smartphone

teacher avatar James Woo, Skills For A Better Life

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13 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Downloading The App

    • 3. Two Types Of Videos You Can Upload

    • 4. Adding Titles and Description

    • 5. Using Filters

    • 6. Adding Tags

    • 7. Summary And Class Project

    • 8. More Advanced Edits Using Capcut - Intro, Trim, Split

    • 9. Add Text And Titles

    • 10. Adding And Choosing Transition

    • 11. Add A Cover To Your Video

    • 12. Enhancing Your Video with Music

    • 13. Exporting Your Video Project

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About This Class

If you are traveling or don't have a computer, you can still create, edit, and upload videos to YouTube and other social media.

This class is divided into 2 sections. In the first section, you will also learn the basics of how to do trims and then upload to YouTube.

The second section, you will learn more advanced techniques like planning a simple storyline, then using the suitable transition, adding text or titles, adding a cover as well as music.

This class will show you how to go about editing your video from your smartphone. You won't need a computer to create videos.

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James Woo

Skills For A Better Life


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

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

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

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

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1. Introduction: how to edit at Abla Video to your YouTube channel right from your smartphone has been quite a while since you can upload a video right from us, my phone. But recently, YouTube allows you to even treatment any yo yo before you upload so that your video will be ready to show the world. Now, why would you want to upload a video right from your phone? Well, perhaps you RV logging and just want to create a quick video for your audience all. Perhaps you see something and you found sudden inspiration, and you want to quickly record a video and uploaded to YouTube to connect with your audience. Or you may just want to Children in formal video and connect with your audience that you don't usually do, just to add some variety to your channel. So whatever the reason, uploading a video to your YouTube channel is can be done quickly. You can edit it, uploaded and ready to show the world right from your smartphone, and it allows you to also create links so you can actually link the video to your Facebook page or your Facebook timeline so that people can also connect with you. So in this costs, I will show you exactly that. How do I did? And upload a video to YouTube right from your smartphone. And you will be able to create more videos and more media for your social media channels. So, without much ado, look forward to seeing you in the next video. I show you how to go about this. 2. Downloading The App: Okay. The first thing that you need to do is to ensure that you have tow YouTube app on your phone. If you do not have that app, install here on the world to your place, Tom and search for the app and what you want to do is to say, for the YouTube, okay. And this is actually the official you chip, so it is safe to install. So click on install. Since I've really installed it, it's the option that's available for me is to uninstalled the app. So I'm just going over back to the screen and go and open up the YouTube. 3. Two Types Of Videos You Can Upload: assuming that your YouTube app has really been installed, What you need to do is to click on your YouTube. You would take some time to open, all right? And if you hit on the would toe the I called where there is a personal way there, Right? So for me, this is mine channel, and you see a red camera icon there, right? And you can actually click on this icon to either record a video or upload the video that you have radio recorded. I'm going to show you by uploading a video that have already recorded earlier on. And that's going to select this, uh, this video here. All right, off these dog, when you open this screen out, there is an option for you to add a title toe at the description and to select your privacy policy. Whether you want it to be public undisturbed are private. All right, so you see here the screen with the top here in this video here, let me just play for short while. So this be over there. All right? And here this is the great thing about this right now is that it allows you to edit this video, right? By moving the blue button, right? Yes. Use us, Kroto. They say you want to play the video. Let's move the button here, Okay? And then you can actually move the video, play it to start at a certain location. You can actually also slide this to the point that you want, and that will be the video. All right, So the next step I'm going to do is actually to give it a title, and I'm gonna show it in the next part of this video. 4. Adding Titles and Description: all right. Now that you have actually selected this video here, what you can do is to give it a title. And let's say I'm just going toe give you that either off. Cute puppy. All right. I didn't that description. I will say that, uh, you not be tricked, all right? You can give you whatever you want to give it. And for this time, for the time being, I'm just gonna give it as unlisted. Okay? And if you scroll back up here, there is some settings for you to a creative field us to your video. Right? So in the next time, I'm gonna show you how you can actually create the futures and also audio to your video. 5. Using Filters: Now that you have Daniel potato in your description and the sort of privacy, let's click on the right icon with a stick in with tree sparse over there, you can have the normal future. You can have the dance filter or or the dreamy future right off Glamour. Okay. And it Mm. If you want to create the a meme style off you right, there's also see will scream, right? And what kinds of things that you can select. So let's go and select a meme, okay? We're gonna select you, name em, and then in the next step will show you how you actually use the audio settings over here so you can get the musing there. You can add the feature music. All right. Whether it is one, there are most popular at this time, so you can also see selected based on general and mood, right? Whether you want to have a cinematic order, music that's ready on your device. OK, I'm not going to do that, because those music on my device probably have a copyright. So you gotta be careful in that sense. All right, so let's head over to my video. So my video is proximate me about the 19 seconds. So if I want to select video, then I need to select a shot video. I mean, a shot. Hold your foul. Okay, so I'm not going to select that, But maybe we can just choose decency. Right? So you see your time in seconds thinking we can actually see, like, music based on debt. Okay, I'm going to I'm not gonna select now music for this video. And once you are done, I don't accept. That you do need to do is to make sure that you offload this. All right, you can just blow this and by clicking this button here. So I'm going to do that right now. And click triangle button. The video is being uploaded, and you will take some time for the video to be already. So I'm just going to stop this video now and I come back to this once the video has been uploaded 6. Adding Tags: Okay, The video is being uploaded. Is about 60%. 70% done is pretty fast. A few months against the upload A video. This is a clear. The video, the video. They're uploaded for a happy Chinese New Year greeting. It was actually created with a smart phone and uploaded it exactly the way I'm teaching you right now. It would take some time for this video to process off YouTube to process. The video is actually being uploaded. Ready? And in case you want to check, make any changes, you can cancel the upload over there once the video has bean processed. When you click on the three dots on the right side of the video, right, you have different options as competitive in your uploading the video. You're uploading the video. The only option you have is to actually just cancel the upload. You can see that the other options which to get to watch the watch later that to playlists delete any safer lying share. So let's head on over to the edit but didn't hear. So let's add some text. And, uh, let's call this say cute. Okay, let's give it a space in Tennessee but the video. All right, so this But it s done. And if you want to change your privacy settings for the link, you can actually change this as well. Less living as unlisted for now. And when you click on this prying go button under right top, break inside. What this does is actually evoke up. Did the video that you have uploaded? Okay, so I'm just gonna do that. So right now, if I were to go in and go to the end, edit either getting you will see that there, that text. Ah, day. So I can add more tax as well. Let's see, we put the US anymore videos, Any moves, right? And that's I did that. Okay. You gonna cost change the potatoes as well. Oh, and then you can actually I share this video once have been uploaded. So if you click on the share button here, you will see that there are options for you to share the video. Whether you want to copy the link posted up to Google, plus a Gmail tweet, tweet. Whatever eps there on your phone, there's a connected. Okay, so this makes sharing with on other social media platforms very easy. For example, you can just copy the link and then post it up to your Facebook page. Or you can also share with your friends on what set or any other than you like. 7. Summary And Class Project: Now they have learned how to edit and upload a video to YouTube and doing all the necessary things to make your video such a bow. Your class project is to record a short video between to the tree minutes long, and I upload that video to your YouTube channel and then link your video to your class project. We're here so that anyone can see your class project the convention. It doesn't have to be perfect, but just to share and learn from one another things that you have picked up from this class and also any other insights that you like to share it on this. 8. More Advanced Edits Using Capcut - Intro, Trim, Split: Now in this next section of the video, we're going to cover a little bit more advanced editing. And I'm going to show you using a different app called cut cap cat is an app that you can actually get for your computer. It is available for Android as well as iOS. And of course, first, do download and install this app at your Play Store. Right? Now let's get into cap cut and let's click on this. Now, you can see here that this is the interface for KitKat. And I have some projects here already done in the past. If you are opening up kept cat for the first time, then you will only see this new project here and down here will be practically empty. So let's go and start on a new project. Okay, so when you click on the new project, you will be taken to an album. You can see the videos that's already on your phone. And then they're also photos or on right here. And you can check out. And then there are also stop videos from cap cut itself. Okay, so let's head back over to the albums. Let's go back to the videos. In this next section of the video, we will create a project and tell a story so that when you upload it to YouTube, it will be useful project. We are not just simply learning this for the sake of learning. We're going to start creating a simple project. And let's say, for example, this is for a gardener or a hobbyist. And you have all these videos over here, okay? And you see the at the bottom here, this is the length of your video. This is the length of this clip, about several seconds long. And you'll notice at the top right there is a bamboo now kept that allows you to select cliffs and arrange it in a way according to a sequence. Okay, so to build a story, Let's click on this, okay? And I'm going to select this. And you'll notice there is a number one that shows up the shows that this is the first clip. I'm going to select this clip here on the right as the second click. And then I'm going to select the middle clip here as the number 3 clip. And we're going to do a short video that talks about, say, somebody planting some sweet potatoes and harvesting it and showing you that sweet potato array. So we're going to do a short video that allows you to tell us short story. Okay, Now once you have selected the video, click on the bottom right here to that video. Now it takes a few seconds for KitKat to upload that video. And let me just quickly run through with you the controls on cap cut and then we will go into editing using cap cut. Okay, Now the first year is a top here is actually a preview screen or your window. There is a Play button over here. And then here they are actually more controls. For example, you want to add a cover, and here is actually your main timeline. The line here talks about the play head, which means that this is the position of your play hit. Okay, so I'm scrolling with my left hand. And that's why you can actually see the video. Okay. And on this point over here. This is a button for you to add additional clips. Okay, So let's say if you want to add additional clips in a, press on that button here. So remember we have this tree, a video clip selected. So if I want to add another video clip, say this one here with the green veggie. I can click on this and I can actually add that to the back of that video. Now I'm not gonna do that now. I just want to show you, give you a quick run-through about this. And w are going to more advanced editing like going to transitions that's not available in the original YouTube app. As we scroll past to the video, you encounter something like this in the middle. Now that is showing you the clip that changes from one to another. And this is actually a transition. So if you click on it, it allows you to change transition. Now we're going to cover this in the next video, but I'm gonna show you that this is just a place for you to implement transitions. All right, And next at the bottom here allows you to do edits. You can add audio, which we'll cover later on. All right, so I'm just going to cover this briefly. Things like filters, format, canvas, and other forms of just adjustments. Let's head back over to the beginning of the video here. And I'm gonna show you some basic edits, right? So as before, I'm going to cover in this video how to just do some basic trims and basic splits. And then in the following videos, we will go into this topic in a little bit more detail. Okay, so let's click on this, edit the CSS here. And you'll notice that the handles, okay, or the front and the front of this is there is a trim button. Okay. So if you press on that, you can actually move to the right end, trim that clip, which means you're shortening that tape. Okay. Let's say we want to trim here, okay, From this point. So you can move your trip to somewhere here and then press on this button over here and then you can actually move it to the right to trim it. Now let's do the same for the back end of this video here. Let's keep it short and moving now. So one of the things when you are making videos is that you don't have a scene that is too long and people tend to get bored if you have a scene that doesn't change. So that is the importance of trimming that video clip. And what you want is an issue, the most exciting part or something that's intriguing to your viewers and day. So keep that in mind when you make videos. So somewhere here, as I placed a sweet potato down and my hand moves back, there's actually a good time to train me. Okay. So then the eclipse goes to the next section here. And now I apologize because this video is shot in a different format. So it's okay if you are having an informal video, but if you're making a professional, a more professional video, it would be good to planar your video so that you will be in one single format. For example, it is horizontal, then go for horizontal or vertical format video then stick to what he called. All right, so now, so here I'm actually rotating this sweet potato to show the audience. And as before, this video is a little bit too long. So let's instead of trimming and we're going to split this. So I'm going to select the clip. And right at the bottom here, there is Us button. Okay, so I'm gonna click that. And you'll notice now that this clip into split into two sections, one on the left and one on the right. Okay. So I'm going to select the right one. Yeah. Okay. And I'm going to delete this, right? So the delete key is over here. Okay, so I can delete this. Now it's string goes to this point over here. The next point here is that I am actually turning on the weighing machine. Instead of trimming. I'm going to split this again. I do not want the front section, so I'm just going to delete this. And let's click on the Delete button here, and it comes to this point here. And that's about the end of that video. Okay? So right now at this point here you see that This video is on nearby minute-long. Alright, and that's how trimming and editing works. Now you want to retrieve the video, you can do so. Okay, Let's go back to this point here that you want to retrieve the video, right? So select the clip and then select the end that trim buttons handles. You can actually drag it to the right to make a longer. Okay, so that's retrieving the video. Now once you are done, you want to save your video, just go back. Use this button here on my on my phone or on your phone. For your phone, it might be some a bottom is. All right. So that project is saved and let's give it a name. This is kind of hard to remember. So you can actually click on the three option buttons on the right and remain, rename it. So let's call this. Okay, and again you're okay, just click on. All right, so the next trick we're going to use by this particular video. Now, I encourage you for your videos to do the same. Think of a project as a short, May 1 be a one or two-minute video is important. I have a beginning and a middle and an end. As you do del video. 9. Add Text And Titles: In this video, we'll continue with KitKat. And this time here, we're going to add text to the beginning or sudden sections of the video to make these videos interesting. So let's head back over to the project that we did, the ADA time, and this is the project. So click on it and it will open up the project. Now one thing to, when you make videos is you want to make sure that any things that you put on your video, and you have to be strategic so that it makes that video interesting. In order to make this intriguing, I'm going to add a text. They say, What's he digging, okay, and I'm going to put the texture. Okay, let's see what's happening. The reason why you want to add text like this is that sometimes our videos can be a little bit long and boring. And you have to keep your audience on that video. And the things that comes up on screen here, Can I actually encourage your audience to continue watching? Okay, so I'm gonna put a texture like what's happening here. And I am going to move this text up. So all had to do is actually drag and drop it. Okay, maybe some aid bottom will be better. And click on, All right, so the tax is there. You can actually change the fonts or you have to do is just click on that text and you can actually go to your style here at the bottom here, the font-style. Click on that. And then you have different, different types of fonts. Let's say if you want to have a post-modernist like this, I'm going to use as a system. And K, And okay, I just noticed that the text at the bottom here towards the right is on the white box, so it kind of can't see very well. So I'm going to move it up and T, and we're going to lift the color as it is. But if you want to put a background color, I'm going to click a background. And let's say choose a color. And you can adjust the opacity at the bottom, okay, the slider, okay, I'm just going to lower it. And one of the things is that things like this actually makes your video, in a sense a little bit more professional. You do not want it to be a cuttlefish and use solid color. And I'm just going to keep it like this. There are other options which would be self-explanatory, okay, and you're gonna click on, All right. Now one thing very important is that the length of your texts or anything that comes up. So you can actually gauge. So this is around the 2 second mark and this is around, move it around five seconds. So I think it's pretty dry if you want to shorten it. Okay, So you actually retrieve me similar to retrieving a video. So let's say it's about four seconds and that texts would actually go off after that. Okay. So let's lay this right. So this is the beginning. What's happening here? And then it goes off. Now, you want to add other texts along as well. Okay. So maybe something here. I'm going to add another text. And this time I am going to click on style again. This was the prior one. Okay, You had to go back and edit text again. And this time and let's make it big not to stretch that text off. All you need to do is go to the corner here and try to drag it up and wow, or something like this. And movie, wow. All right. Wow. And click on OK. Chip monks. All right, but this time, let's change the style a little bit. Same type of things that actually can be a little bit boring. Okay, so let's, let's do the background. Background. We can use black. Okay? Again, the biggest animal, right? And click on. All right, so I want to do is to keep people's attention to that video and let's take a look and see how low is that tax year. This is coming up too soon. Nicer cameras zoom in. Let's move the texts. I'm going to move the move this over like that. Text ops started be slower right here. Okay? So this is all about timing and your creativity. So event is due that effect. So that's how you add text in the cap cut. And I'm going to just going to go back by pressing this button over here. So remember that you can actually use your texts and adjusting them. You can resize it. You can actually drag it down and you want to rotate it. You can also rotate the all you have to do is go to the corner here and click on this. And then you can actually drag it to the left or to the right to resize. This is actually pretty intuitive. But the thing is I'm going to share with you is that whenever you add things to your video, what you want is to ensure that you are not blocking anything at the back. And at the same time it actually enhances your video. You just don't want to add text anywhere and everywhere just for the sake of adding texts. But I'm sure you, as you experiment making more videos, this will come to you and you actually know more, more about this. Okay, We're actually come naturally. So let's go back here and click on this button below. Save this video for the next section, we will cover things like transitions. Okay, So this is saved. 10. Adding And Choosing Transition: In this video, I'll show you how to add transitions between one clip to another. So let's open our project here. At transitions where you want to do is go to the point where one ends and another begins. Okay, So this is the MCQ. So in order to add a transition, what you need to do is just to click on that box here, and then some transitions will open up. So these are the basic transmission of course number one is a none, not having a non transition or are a jump cut is also part of a transition. Okay, but across for our purpose, you want to look at something like this. For example, whether you want to go for gradient, super imposed, and etc. Now one of the things is that as you scroll past this transition are kept, that gives you an idea what type of transition and how that transition will look like right now. But this is a blink, okay? And this is a mix, right? So there are other transitions as well. So for example, this is a camera's towel transition. So it looks as if the camera is quickly rotating. Sometimes this is also known as an in camera transition. And it's pretty cool that KitKat has it. Now for the purpose of this video, I'm going to use the basic one. But I kind of like this blink transition. The reason why I chose this is because you can see that from one scene to another, especially this has changed from vertical to horizontal. One from aldose to a bank will actually look over here, okay? Now the default transition here is from 0.1 seconds to five seconds or ISO, you can actually change this. For blink transition. It might be good to keep a shot. Okay, So different transitions will have different length of time for this I think is good to stick to a short one. Okay, so I'm just going to click on this. Now one thing to note is that on the left here you can actually apply the same transition to all clicks. So if you do that, means we have three cliffs. So there will be two transitions you can apply to all if you want to. But I am not going to do that. So I'm going to click on adjust to have one. Okay, so let's drag the clip to the left and you want to play and see how it looks. It will be something like this. Okay? You can see that it's actually pretty snappy and the timing is quite impeccable, I would say. For this, the item down and it switches to the next scene. Okay, so this is things that actually keeps your video interesting. You want to not keep your audience are watching the same thing for too long. Array. Now here it changes, is more of a smooth transition from one, okay? For example, the sweet potato is actually looking at what's growing from the sweet potato. Okay? So for this transition, I feel that smooth one might be better. Okay? So I'm just going to choose a dissolve. All right. So I feel that that dissolve looks good or maybe a slight, but let's go with that dissolve. Dissolve isn't something that is very dramatic, okay? Okay. But this one is kind of drama day. One, something that is less than one. It looks very nice. And k, and here the duration is 0.1 seconds, 2.5 seconds. Let's see. Let's keep it to say about 1 second again, uh, kinda like this. Okay? And I am going to click on, All right, good, So let's try. Let's see how it goes. Things pretty nice. Yep. Okay, it just works. Okay, So when your transitions are actually mixed up, video looks interesting, Okay? Because people don't expect this right. Now. Once you are done, I'm going to go back. Click on this button here. And a capa was safeties. And in the next video, we're going to cover, and then we will want to probably see how we can actually probably add some audio to make this video even better. 11. Add A Cover To Your Video: In this video, I'll show you how to add a cover. And there are actually two ways to add a cover in KitKat. So let's get started and we're gonna use by the project. Okay? And right at the beginning, you can see that there is an option to cover. Now, the reason why you want to choose a cover soil is so that your video won't be a random frame that people wouldn't be interested to click and watch your video. So let's click on the cover here. You can select a frame from the video or you can actually upload an image that you pre-prepared. I'm going to show you as to how to select a frame first. Okay? So like for this here is actually pretty interesting because early on we added a tax year. So you can actually use this. Okay, so if you want to use this or you have to do is click on Save. And that would be the cover for that particular video. Okay, so if you click on the cover, this is the covered has been selected, okay? Now if you want to make some changes, you can go and reset it at the top, you can actually upload a specific image. So let's choose on Upload. And that's just this one here. Okay. This is the image you can drag to change the area. So AMS sliding it left and right. Okay, You can also pinch it. You can actually zoom in a bit, but you want is to have an image that is interesting to your, the world for the purpose of this tutorial, let's say I'm going to select this later on. I'm actually going to select by the prior one because I feel that the frame with a text is actually more interesting then some lumps on the ground. Okay, let's just show you how it's done. I can confirm this. Now, this will be that rim and let's click on Save. Now. So if you go back to the cover, this would be the cover for that video. Okay. Now, it looks all right. But the reason why I kinda like this photo is because number 1, it's kinda small and this is a vertical video. So I'm going back to reset this. And I'm going to select from video and I think I'm going to select this one here is, so this is little bit more attractive in my opinion. Let's just select the frame that you want. Okay, let's do this like this. All right. I'm going to save this and this is the frame that I have added or the covered that I've added. Okay. So for your video, what I want is for you to look through your video and select the frame that you want. Now if you don't have a frame there, what I suggest is that maybe you can also take a photo and upload this S and a specific. Okay. And let that be a yoke hover, right? And I'm just going to save this, okay, as I always do, is always important to save your video because who knows? Some have some crash and you do not want to waste your work. 12. Enhancing Your Video with Music: In this next video window, I'm using to our video projects. So let's get started. So we're going to use that project over here. And adding audio is very simple, as you can see, there's this audio option over here. So let's go in and click on this add audio option. The next thing that you want to do is click on the sounds button on the left here. And then there are a bunch of sounds that come up, okay, There are some that are recommended. They are favorites and also your sound. Now if you want to use the sounds as provided over here, you can. Now, I am not sure above the copyright status of this video. So you're uploading it to a place like say YouTube. If these are copywriter, you may be penalized in some ways. Now a better way is actually to use your own sounds over here. And I have actually gotten some free music. And I know that it is a free music that I can use and uploaded anyway without issue, okay, so if you want to use your sounds, then what you can do it there are certain sites that you can go online. They are royalty free. Either you pay for a small fee or you can actually go for some totally free music. And there are some requirements. Some require some attribution, some do not. So be careful when you are using a music, whether you're uploading it to your social media or YouTube or anywhere because you do not want to be penalized for copyright issues. Okay, I'm going to click on my device, and these are all the music that's on my phone at the moment. Okay, so some of these songs, song that I paid for from our own reasoning, this is not for Mickey videos. However, these Cayuga summer is something that I've gotten from the free website and I can use this. So I am going to select this and to do that, click on the plus sign. Okay? So now you see that the music and the waveform is for the video. Now this music is a little bit longer than the video, so I'm, so you can see that the tail end is much longer than the end of this clip, right? So if you export this video, then you will be black screen and they will be still, there was music playing as well. So one of the things that I'm going to do is I am going to just split this off right at this point. And the reason why I give you some extra space is I am probably going to fade the video out to black. Okay, and then the music and n, so I am just going to, okay, let's give it a little bit, another second more approximately here. And then I'm going to split this and I'm going to delete that by the end of that video. Okay, so let's head back over to the beginning. And I think that this music might be a little bit on the log size. So let's, let's just try this and see. Okay, so I think it's a little bit on the low side, so let's click on this and you can actually select the volume. Let's do that volume. And now I've been editing videos for quite a while. So I know that generally this professionally make video or the audio attentively and allow the cyan, okay, so I'm going to reduce it to about 50. Okay? So and click Okay, so you can actually test this out for yourself and adjust the volume accordingly to the audio onto the volume. Okay, So like I mentioned, I'm going to fade the audio. Okay, so let's try to fit this in at the beginning. Induration. And I am going to see, now let's choose, say about two seconds to fade in. And I'm going to fit out the audio as well. Choose about a 2.5 seconds, 20 seconds. Okay, let's keep S two seconds. Alright, so click on. All right, so let's pause this for us. So if I go to the end of the video, the music will also fade out. Okay? So and the music will slowly fade out over here and the ends that video. So it kinda have a nice look. Now, if you are using more than one music track, you can also have this to mesh the cut. Okay, So there are certain ways you can do that as well. I just speed of the music. Now generally for speed, it would be more for speech. If you are speaking up, slow you under speed it up a little bit. Or maybe you want to have some chimpanzee effects. You can do that. However, for music, I suggest that you didn't change the speed too much, then the music and science kind of sound. Funny. Okay, this would be the basic of adding sound. Now if you want to mute the origin Islam and I know that there's some sum over this clip. I'm going to meal this sum for this entire clip so that there won't be any sound at the beginning, so that it will be all just for music alone. Okay, now, we're gonna finishing this year. This will be just a basic to enhance the videos that you upload to YouTube. So I'm going to click on this button over here to go back. And finally, when you are ready to export the video, all you need to do is to click on this button, which we will cover in the next video. All right. 13. Exporting Your Video Project: In this video, we will cover exploiting your project, assuming you are happy with the project, the next final step is actually to just upload that video. And you're going to click on the top right button over here to actually export that have video. Okay? Now here you get being given the option to select a resolution and frame rate. So I would suggest is that just leave it alone. I don't make any changes to the frame rate. However, you can actually adjust the resolution, say half HD or full HD gives you an estimated file size here. And you want to know more about resolution. You can click on the tiny question mark over there. They will give you some tips about storing your video. So it's typically better to export and import videos using the same resolution, okay? So if you export it at a higher resolution, you may not notice a difference. If you're exporting in a higher resolution, it will be just up-scaling, but you won't actually do much. So since this video clips are at 10 ADP, I'm just going to export this as 10 ADP for the frame rate as well. If you are exporting videos and some people want to be more cinematic, they go for 24 frames. Video. It can't be have some jokes. The best way I feel is skipping as the original frame rate around approximately a t. Now, if you have shot your video as 60 frames per second, let's say your phone allows you to shoot at 60 frames per second, then it would be best to just keep it back as 60. Now, if you have shorted as 60 and you want to do slow motion, then you can actually export it at 30. So you can have a kind of a slow motion effect. Okay, but there will be for the entire video, right? It would be better to adjust the speed as you Eddie and a timeline to have certain sections that are as low motion and sudden section at the, at the normal speed. Okay, rather than changing the frame rate over here. Okay. So let's just go and export it and click on. All right. And message will come up to tell you to keep cut, cut open and don't lock the screen. Okay. Now I found that, generally speaking, for my eclipse anyway, exploiting is pretty fast and it will just take a few moments. However, depending on the phone that you are using, this process may be faster or slower. One other thing to take note off also is that it depends on the types of edits you have on the project. If you have lots of transitions, you have either love tags and maybe you change the colors and etc. Then those effects may slow down the export a little bit. So as well as the length of your video as well. Okay, Now this is done. And now you can actually share this video to anywhere you want. Okay? Now because I kept cat is closely tied to tick though it has this option to share to tiktok, but you don't really need to stay to tiktok. You can actually click on share to other platforms. You can actually share it as a direct message was sent, etc. So there's lots of options here. You can also upload it to YouTube, okay? However, I suggest that you don't use this option. Just click on Done, and then you can actually upload this video through the normal method that you upload to YouTube, which I hover in the earlier video. Okay, so this all for using cap cut to enhance your edits of the hair. Enjoy this class. And one other thing is that I want you to make your own project. Okay? Choose, say between three to five cliffs and make a short video or on approximately about one to two minutes. And use all the things that have covered in this tutorial. Things like adding tags, adding transitions, and use it to create your own project. And they share it in the class video.