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Shoot and edit stunning cinematic videos directly on your iPhone for FREE

teacher avatar Henrik Olsen, YouTuber, Drone Pilot, Storyteller

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10 Lessons (1h 2m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:43
    • 2. Record Handheld Footage Fixed

      5:41
    • 3. Recording Tips

      2:00
    • 4. Import, edit and arrange the time line

      6:43
    • 5. Crop out uwanted areas

      0:54
    • 6. Add Music to the beat

      2:11
    • 7. Add transitions & export

      2:11
    • 8. BONUS TIP Add cinematic bars

      2:49
    • 9. I Challenge YOU - Class Assignment

      1:24
    • 10. Raw Version - How to edit on your iPhone

      35:56
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You will learn how to make a 30s cinematic sequence that is shot handheld and edited on your iPhone, using iMovie. You can make amazing videos with the tool you have in your pocket, and it's a lot easier than you think by following my techniques you learn in this class 

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Henrik Olsen

YouTuber, Drone Pilot, Storyteller

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Hello, I’m Henrik Olsen and my passion is photo and video, and I love to share my knowledge helping you Make Better Videos :-)

 

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1. Introduction: welcome to this. Guilty A class. In this course, I will show you how to edit a 32nd cinematic sequence with handheld footage recorded directly from your iPhone for free. After you have completed the course, you will be able to do something like this. That you How cool was that? All of that is done purely by using my iPhone and after you have completed this course, you will be able to do this as well. My name is Henry Goldsman. I am a video and fortunate and I have been teaching techniques on how to make better videos on YouTube for the last couple of years to my more than 30 thousands of crisis. In my work with clients, I apply my knowledge to get the best out of the care that I'm using. And if you apply some off the things that you learned during the course, you will be able to do the same. This course will take you through techniques to record stable handheld footage with your iPhone, how to import, edit and organize your footage and how to add cool music to the beat. And as a bonus tip, I will show you how to add black pass to your footage, making the end result look even more cinematic. The only requirement for this course is that you have iPhone available with my movie installed. Let's dive right in. 2. Record Handheld Footage Fixed: I'm here, Every crew stop and in this video I will show you how you can record a cinematic sequence with yourself. Just by using a cell phone that you have in your pocket. It's possible to achieve some really amazing footage. And let's just show you what what I will do in this case. And I picked this portion. There was a lot of Porter's here earlier, but I picked that one randomly just to show you what I would do. The first thing that I would do, I would go in my camera here, and then I would put it in slow motion. And then I will do the recording, and I ever start looking for details for the car the tail at. And one thing that is really important here is I can sort of go around it like that and again repeated a few times, and it might be a little bit checking out, but I will show you how this is, say, stabilized in the post production. Let's scrap the logo here. That's always nice. Just a nice pan for the noble and make sure you don't catch your shadow while you're filming this capturing my shadow here. So let's just do something like this and then this this case, the rims actually looking better from this side. So we just grab them here. Then, of course, I'm capturing myself as a shadow on the side of the car. So I need to move over here maybe like that, and a little bit further away. And let's just do like this has a nice effect with defense with defense that we have here, that it's actually shining through. Let's say grab a little 40 chair from the side. Just make sure to keep the motion smooth as smooth as possible. I would say it would be really nice to do one here from the side like a little one. You could go up until the camera like that that probably given very nice effect. Remember, this is done in slow motion so we could do a lot to this in Post to make it look better. Just do the air intake again. This is a pretty funny effect with the fence. Okay, before they go away, they're closing down here right now. So before they go away, we need to capture the whole car. So we have, like a fool picture off the car. If I somehow can mimic at KRIV again, knock around the car. This is a very, very difficult movement. Get us find your candle, were here and then like that. Take a few more from the car, so we have plenty to choose from. So try and keep your smooth. You have the rule of third lines on the screen. It's very difficult to do this movie, so unless you do it in slow motion, you have a really hard time making this stable afterwards. But I do want to recommend that you shoot a few scenes in four K as well on the phone. Just do some static shots off the car in four K like that to a static shots that will allow you to do some extra work when you got a post process. The video. The final result will be in full HD 10 80 p, so there's plenty of room for cropping here. Maybe we should do a little bit here after cabin, like a simple back and forward movement that would look awesome when we added it. Take the only thing that we're missing now is something from the front of the car. Maybe the local could be a really good. That's just to assembly one like that and then motions like this. It's pretty nice. So now we have only the recordings and probably have a lot more than we leave. The purpose of this video is to show you how you should cinematic food. It's with your cell phone, and what we'll do now is we'll take the footage, we sort it and make a 32nd clip and measured up with some nice music. Let's head home to the studio. 3. Recording Tips: you need to put the phone on 120 FPs so you can slow down the footage in post that will help you make the footage look and that most moved and it actually watch when you shot it, and they're on top of that. It also looks supercool on playback. Repeat the same movement again and again and again, so you have multiple takes off the same scene that will increase your chance of getting a good shot because the 120 FPs is in the maximum of 10 80 p. Then I will recommend to shoot some steady scenes in four K as well that will allow it to crop in later in postproduction. If they're certain parts off the scene that you want to highlight, it's very easy to do. You just need to keep the camera fixed and then their record, and then you have a lot more options. When you post process the footage, make sure to limit your physical movement because you really don't need these picky and movements because you cut it down in post and when you slow it down, it will only be a fraction of the movement that you can include anyway. And now to the bonus tip when you're outside, at least in the bright sun. One of the problems with smartphone is that it doesn't have a variable aperture, so you can't close down the amount of light that hits the sensor. You also don't have a any any fielder. So in turn so you can see you don't have any nd Phyllis that you can put in front of the lens, at least not as standard set up. And what that will cause is the shot of speed to be insanely high, and every movement that you do will be a little bit jittery and jumpy, and the way to compensate for that is, instead of doing pens like this, you basically do it like that. So you stay on a knock, so you filmed towards the centre off a circle instead of the outside of a circle that will help a lot. Of course, it can't be used in every situation. It will let it would basically mean that they would you would do a point of interest instead of just doing impending motion. So But when it's possible to film towards the inside of a circle, you would get much better footage, even though it has been slowed down in there. Post from 120th ps. 4. Import, edit and arrange the time line: in the last video, I showed you how we recorded the scenes, and we're going to use far cinematic sequence with the iPhone excess. In this video, I am showing you how to end these clips. The record on your iPhone with I movie into a cinematic sequence there. Many great editing options for your iPhone and I movie is one off them, and the best part is that it free. Let's that the editing process by launching I movie. And if this is said the first time that using I'm moving this page will be empty and because I've been using it for a while, at least for practice here, then it has a lot of my old projects in here. But if you're new to this and then it, this page would be empty. So the first thing they want to do is press the plus, and here you have two options that's either movie or trailer. We will pick movie, and now you'll be presented with the options toe add footage to your projects. We don't want to do that right now. We want to jump directly and create a clean timeline so we just press, create movie and now you have a clean timeline to start your project. To add footage to a timeline, we press the plus and then you're being presented with the options here and we go on the video and I found the easiest way to do this is actually to go under, Recently added. So if you do that, you can see the footage that I recorded in Sweden nicely arranged below each other in timelines. And the smart part about this is that I can select parts off the footage that are recorded to import to my timeline. Let me show you how so let's say that I like this clip with the windshield or the side window off the car, so I only want part of it. So I used these yellow sliders to go to the precision that I wanted the clip and I can played. This looks pretty nice. So once I'm happy with my selection, I said to just press plus toe added to the timeline. So now I have a clip that it's a position on the timeline and there I can do certain modifications to the clip. When it's located here, I can highlighted again, and then you can see in the bottom of the screen you have a lot of options that will allow you to modify this. The simple way to modify it is if you want to shorten it, you can just pull these handles that are on each side of the clip in the time standing. The end off the clip will tell you how long the duration is of the so it's just reduced this a little bit more. I can also caught it if I want to. So I have the card in tour down here so I could split it like that. I don't want this part. I could just press delete and get rid of it. I can also a check the timing here. And because thes clips are shot in the 120 FPs, they automatically slow down to 1/4 off the speed. But this is not always the case that make sure to check every clip ones in here that it's a slow down to the right day frame rate and I can change that, Rachel, if I want. If I want the clipped only to be half speed, I simply just pull the slider down here to a different like this. So now it's only now it's to third. But let's put it back to 1/4 because that gives a very nice say, Evenflo See like that other options down here said that you could take away the sound off the clip. If you don't want that, especially if it's recorded in this slow motion, it would sound horrible when you play back here. So this way you can remove the What do you? That's also an option to add some text on top of it if you want to. And there are some Phyllis that you can add like instagram intelligent footage if you want to change the appearance. But lovely, the footage right out off the iPhone camera looks really good, so we were just leave it like that and select none. So these are the options that you can do to each individual clip. Our task here today is to create a 32nd cinematic sequence, and for that purpose, say we would most likely need something like eight clips. So let's fast forward and select. Additionally, eclipse that we can work into the final sequence So now we have added all the clips to our timeline. And as you can see, the total off the time and is now one minute and 24 seconds, and that is approximately three times longer than we need for this sequence. So what we're gonna do next is said that are gonna go through the timeline, and I gonna take away the audio. And I'm also going to check if the timing is right. If every clip has been slowed down to the right pace and then I will shorten down each clip to around 3 to 5 seconds. When I highlight the clip, I could see the duration off each clip in the top of the screen up here. Let's just do that. So this one, the timing is not correct. So I need to modify that one. So let's just go in here and shorten this one down to 1/4 just like that. Then I can take it with the audio, and then I can That this part looks pretty nice. So just card it aspect delete, but that So now we have a shortened down the timeline. So we are down around 34 seconds, which is much closer to the 30 seconds that we were aiming for. The next thing that we're gonna do is we're gonna rearrange the timeline. So a toe get the story, right. So let's say Okay, we start here with the windshield removed towards the portion local. We have the tail light here we have a way. Then we jump to the rim than to the side of the car and up from below. So in this case, this is not the best possible flow. So what I want to do here is say, it's fine. We go down to the rim like this, and the rim part is basically moving in the wrong direction. I just want them the motion and the clips to movinto approximately the same to register your lives like assuming some out thing here. Maybe that's better. It's just split that take that pot away. So I'm sure that my story is correct. The next thing that I want to do I want to take this scene where Campillo from the car from the low to high like that, and then I want to use show the the bending of the car before I moved toe moving the camera along the car like that, and finally I want toe reveal the car in the final kip. And this is sort of a technique that I use a year's show, all the details off the car and then save the excitement there onto last where I got a real the whole car, so 5. Crop out uwanted areas: do. Another detail is say in this case we are showing the license plate of the kind that doesn't look very nice. So the way we can get rid of that is we can just highlight the clip and then just press the plus here, and then we can just assuming like that. So now the last displayed is gone. So we don't show that in the final footage it looks a lot nicer. And in this way, if you notice between its clip, there is the transition. And in this case, I have said all the transitions to none between the clips. Because when we're gonna add audio here in just a second, it's much easier to make all the clips a match to the beat. If you don't need to deal with the transitions, receive a present transition Here. I have several options, but right now we just I just used none and then I can add in their transitions later wouldn't finalize the project 6. Add Music to the beat: let's add in a music track. We just do that by pressing the plus. And then we go back here back here until the main screen. And here we have audio section for Go Under my music. I go under important. I've imported a few tracks from the service that I used called epidemic Sound, and in this case I can just press the track. I could listen to it once. I'm happy with my selection. I can just press plus and it will jump automatically into the timeline and arrange itself nicely below the timeline. So what you can see is that the music track has been added below the timeline, and it's been cut to the length off the timeline, and that is a pretty brilliant if you want to use the track from the beginning. But in our case a way we do want a different section off the track that I feel is a better match. So the way that you got to do that because you don't have any order away from said to help you with this process, you simply just have to listen and find the place where their music track starts and I know that it's somewhere here, so let's just jump here. So this sounds like a good place for the track to start, so simply just highlighted here. And then I split Mark the part that I don't want press delete like that and then it out a massive jumps back to the beginning. So now I have it here and by accident. Did actually man mashed up pretty well. So what I gotta do now is say, I'm gonna go through each clip and then basically adjusted, so it matches up to the beat. It's this one was, needs to be adjusted. You need to fiddle a little bit back and forward to make this imagine. And it doesn't need to shift every time it hits a beat. I just decided to do that for this demonstration, and I'm not sure it's even colder beat, but it's like a high head or something. So now the music track measures are pretty well without footage 7. Add transitions & export: Let's say that we are happy with the timeline as this right now we can add in the transitions and there you seem to go forward and then you put in the transition that day that you like. And in my case I only switch between none dissolved and their fate because I really don't like the other ones. So let's just do like to solve here, do, like, fade here. Maybe another fade. And there we do with the sword and the other to solve, then do fade. And then we dio some of and if eight like that. So now we have added transition said to the track. And so if we are perfectly happy with the timeline now, it's an time to with export the project. So let's say just do that by pressing done here. Now I have the options to go in and name my project something, and in this case, I just named like that. And now I have a the options in the bottom half that I can either play the video, I can share it, and sometimes it needs to download stuff from a from iCloud or something. I'm really not sure what it's doing, but it takes a while before you can share it, and then they're in their hair in the right side, you have the option to delete your project, which would be kind of stupid because you just made it. So let's just summarise what we learned in this video. Open I movie and create a clean timeline. Select the raw clips that you need from your footage by selecting parts of it and adding it to the timeline. Shorten all the clips to 3 to 5 seconds and organize the story on the timeline by dragging it the clips back and forward in the decider order at the music track and adjust the clip So it matches the beat and has promised the bonus tip. I will now show you how to add cinematic passes directly on the phone, making your footage look even more cinematic. 8. BONUS TIP Add cinematic bars: and has promised the bonus tip. I will now show you how to add cinematic passes directly on the phone, making your footage look even more cinematic. And that's pretty easy. You just need to go and download a transparent PNG from the Web that we will add to the footage. I left the link for a page where you can download such image in the description below, and once you have that in your camera roll, let me show you how it's done. Simply go in here and then you press plus, and then you go to photos and then recently added, and then you select the transparent PNG, and then you get the options toe added to the timeline. You don't want to do that in at least not in this way. Then you need to press the three dots. Then you get some options down here, and the one you want to select is the one called Green Blue. And when you add that you get it added on top of your timeline, and right now you just get black bars and a wife screaming. This is basically know what you want, but the way to get rid of that is that you go in here, you simply press the PNG line up here. And then you get like, a auto option up here. If you take that one away Now you can see through the white background and see what's behind. And you got your cinematic pass and your video. The last thing that we will do it is we got to stretch this to the end, so it matches the timeline. So now we have our cinematic bars in him and we can now export the project. So let's just press done like that. Then we go down here, have all the usual options available so you can share to the social media said that you want. But in this case, we're just save it to the camera, own off the phone. And now you have the option. Say, what's five size you want to export. And because this was a 10 80 p project, every just choose that. So it says export movie. And in that second, you will just get a confirmation that it has been exported to the camera road. So now I move. It confirmed that day the video has been started to the library. Let's just going budget this 9. I Challenge YOU - Class Assignment: Now you have learned how to make a 32nd cinematic sequence directly on your iPhone. The foodists are used for recording. This cinematic sequence was recorded during a Portia went in Sweden, but that you can record anything from everyday life from preparing food work out. It could be your favorite pet. Just challenge your imagination. So I changed you to make your own 32nd video directly on the phone and uploaded to Skill Sha to get feedback from me in the community I want for that, I'm really looking forward to see what you can come up with from what you have learned. This course has been edited down from a large video, so I've decided to include the role screen cast as well. This is not part of the course. It's just considered extra material that might help you if something in the course is not clear. All right, let's make some parent videos together 10. Raw Version - How to edit on your iPhone: Let's start the editing process by launching I movie. And if this is said the first time that using I'm moving this page will be empty in there because I've been using it for a while. It's, ah, populated with a lot of my older projects. Let's say the way that you started new and because I've been using it for a while, at least for practice here then it has a lot of my old projects in here. But if you're new to this and then it this page would be empty. So the first thing they want to do is press the plus. And here you have two options. That's either movie or trailer. We would pick movie, and now he will be presented with the options toe add footage to your projects, but we don't want to do right now. We don't want to do that right now. We want to jump directly and create a clean timeline so we just press create movie and now you have a clean timeline to start your project. To add footage to a timeline, we press the plus and then you're being presented with the options here and we go on the video and I found the easiest way to do this is actually to go under, recently added. So you do that. You can see all the footage today I recorded and sweet, nicely organized in In Palo below each other. You will see all the footage that I recorded in Sweden, nicely organized in timelines below each other. You can see the footage that I recorded in Sweden, nicely arranged at below power. You can see the footage that I recorded in Sweden nicely arranged below each other in timelines. And the smart part about this is that I can select parts off the footage that are recorded to import to my timeline. Let me show you how so let's say that I like this clip with the windshield or the side window off the car, so I only want part of it. So I used these yellow sliders to go to the precision that I wanted the clip and I can played. This looks pretty nice. So once I'm happy with my selection, I said to just press plus toe added to the timeline. So now I have a clip that it's a position on the timeline and there I can choose certain modifications to the clip When it's located here. I can highlighted again and then you can see in the bottom of the screen. You have a lot of options that will allow you to modify this. The simple way to modify it is if you want to shorten it, you can just pull these handles that are on each side of the clip in the time stamp. In the end, off the clip will tell you how long the duration is of the clip, so it's just reduced this a little bit more. I can also caught it if I want to. So I have the card in tour down here so I could split it like that. I don't want this part. I can just press delete and get rid of it. I can also a check the timing here. And because thes clips are shot in the 120 FPs, they automatically slow down to 1/4 off the speed. But this is not always the case that make sure to check every clip ones in here that it's a slow down to the right day frame rate, so and this one is slow down and I can change that Rachel, if I want to. If you want to keep it only to be half speed, I simply just pull the slider down here to a different like this. So now it's only now it's to third. But let's put it back to 1/4 because that gives a very nice say, human flow. See like that. Other options down here said that you could take away the sound off the clip. If you don't want that, especially if it's recorded in slow motion, it would sound horrible when you play back here. So this way you can remove the What do you. That's also an option to add some text on top of it if you want to. And there are some Phyllis that you can add like instagram intelligent footage if you want to change the appearance. But lovely, the footage right out off the iPhone camera looks really good, so we were just leave it like that and select none. So these are the options that you can do to each individual clip. Our task here today is to create a 32nd cinematic sequence, and for that purpose say we would most likely need something like eight clips. So let's fast forward and select Additionally, eclipse that we can there work into the final sequence. - So now we have added all the clips to our timeline. And as you can see, the total off the timeline is now one minute and 24 seconds, and that is approximately three times longer than we need for this recording. So all for this sequence. So what we're gonna do next is said that are gonna go through the timeline and I gonna take away the audio. And I'm also going to check if the timing is right. If every clip has been slowed down to the right pace and then I will shorten down each clip to around 3 to 5 seconds. Let's just do that. I can see the duration of each clip in the top off. When I highlight the clip, I could see the duration off each clip in the top of the screen up here. If I have a longer clip and I want to get rid of some of it and I don't want to shorten it with handles, then I can simply just you say they're spreading toe just going here and I say, OK, this one looks nice. Nice, nice, nice and wanted to around here. Then I just split it, highlight the part or that's actually being automatically highlighted and press delete. Then I'm rid of it. So this is around six seconds, so it's a little bit too long. Oh, show me down like that and then I move on to the next ones. We'll go on. It's this one. So this one, the timing is not correct, so I need to modify that one. So let's just go in here and shorten this one down to 1/4 like that. Then I can take it with the audio and then I can. That this part looks pretty nice. So just card it aspect. Delete. But that and his one is correct. It's just used this part. Yeah, split. Get rid of it to eat like that. Now that moves in the wrong direction, so we just need to pick another part off the clip. I just want them the motion and the clips to movinto approximately the same direction, because that gives the best result. Let's just do that like that. Don't just split it here and take away that part. So, uh, I like that split. Take that away. I like that. Let's check if the already ice correct, It's not. Timing is going Yes. Next. Odio Oreo. So that so Now I have a cut down my timeline toe the level or to around 32 seconds. Say which is pretty close toe the target that way that we want to achieve. So a condom gonna do next is say I'm going to show you. So now I've reduced the timeline until, uh oh now reduced the timeline from one a half minute down to around 30 seconds. And the next thing that we need to do after we have went through every clip and make sure that that Oreo has been disabled and also that the timing is right on the clips, that's really important, because otherwise you won't get that smooth footage off unless you won't get that smooth luff. Otherwise, you won't get that smooth look that you would normally get if you slow down this normal there 120 FPs to 30 FPs timeline. So one thing that I want to show you is that there, between each clip that ihsaa small square and that's actually a transition, and this transition is is basically way that do transition from one frame to another. So if you take a look at this is across the salt that just the salt from one frame over in the other one and name, we want to add a music track to this eso. Right now, this is a a bit disturbing toe. Have thes transitions in here. So what I found and said that then should basically send all of them to know like this, and then we can add them in again later. That makes it a lot easier to synchronize the music so it fits into. That makes it a lot easier to synchronize the music's that fits to the beat. That makes it a lot of sense of synchronized the music, so it matches up with the beat. Why we're talking about transitions. There are basically three available that I use all the time. That is none. There's a disorder, and then there is the fate that we have out here. The rest of them doesn't look very well, so I'm not using them very often. I'm only using switching between these two. These three options. I'm just reaching between these three options. So let's add a music track. And the way we do that is a recipient press Plus and we go up here, go back to the main screen here, and in this case, we have the audio option and we have my music and I have important to track say, for this video, and I can simply just play the track if one ahead. So So I'm sure what it is that I'm actually selecting in this case. We want to use this track that is called Choose me and I just press plus and it will automatically be added to the timeline. And the smart part has that it's actually being cut. So it fits to the length off the timeline. And that is, of course, a pretty nice a fair you want to use to track from the beginning. But there, if you don't want to use it from the beginning, you just need to listen to a track until you find the precision where it starts. If you don't want to use the track from the beginning. You just need to listen to the track and then cut it in the position where I where you wanted to start. Let's just do that. So that seems like a good spot to start the video. So I just highlighted here and I press split, and then they take the part that I don't want in a press delete. And then the soundtrack jumps automatically back to the beginning, so in it's it's aligned here. So what you gonna do next is say that you're gonna judge what you're gonna do next is you gonna judge home. What you gonna do next is you're gonna adjust each clip so it matches the beat. And because there's no order wave forms in there, I movie. You simply need toe listen to the music and then do this manually. It's a little bit cumbersome, but it's it's definitely possible. So let's do that. So this is just the first clip that I synchronized or matched up to the music's and let's just listen to So you see that day the transition is exactly when they're when you hear the beat inside a music track. I don't think it's actually called a Pete. But when you have this distinguished sound and one is the high head or something that the Clippers shifting, you just repeat that process there for the rest of the clips until every one of them is matched up to the audio track. Let's move. Let's let's fast forward and do that E . Fatima. - So now we have hope. So now we have added all the clips to our timeline, and I'm happy. Yeah, yeah. Anyway, Mickey, So now we have a shortened down the timeline. So we are down around 34 seconds, which is much closer to the 30 seconds that we were aiming for. The next thing that we're gonna do is we're gonna rearrange the timeline so way they get the story, right. So let's say Okay, we start here with the windshield removed towards the portion local. We have the tail light here. We have a way, and then we jump to their to this part. Maybe that's not the right one. Then we jump to the rim, then to the side of the car and up from below. So in this case, this is not the best possible flow. So what I want to do here is say, it's fine, We go down to the rim like this, and the rim part is basically moving in the wrong direction. So I want to change that. We can just use use like assuming sumac thing here. Maybe that's better. So just split that take that pot away. So I'm sure that my story is correct. The next thing that I want to do I want to take this scene where Campillo from the car from the low, so high like that and then I want to use show the the bending of the car before I moved toe moving the camera along the car like that. And finally I want am reveal the car in the final kip, and this is sort of a technique that I use a year's show, all the details off the car and then save the excitement there onto last where I got a real the whole car. So So let's just culture it again. The wing here, the rim that from May below the car, the vending, then we move along the car and then we're really in the final. So now we have sort of the story. And of course you could. They decided to have a different storyline for for your project. But this is Cyrus sort of works out pretty nice. Just one of you show you another detail. They say in this case, we are showing the license plate of the kind that doesn't look very nice. So the way we can get rid of that is we can just highlight the clip and then just press the plus here, and then we can just assuming like that. So now the license plate is gone, so we don't show that in the final footage it looks a lot nicer. And in this way, if you notice between its clip, there is the transition. And in this case, I have said all the transitions to none between the clips. Because when we're gonna add audio here in just a second, it's much easier to make all the clips a match to the beat. If you don't need to deal with the transitions so receive a present transition here. I have several options, but right now we just I just used none and then I can add in their transitions later. Wouldn't finalize the project Oh, let's add a music track. We do that the same way, but just present the plus, Let's add in a music track. We just do that by pressing the plus. And then we go back here back here until the main screen. And here we have audio section for Go under my music. I go under important. I've imported a few tracks from the service that I used called epidemic Sound, and in this case I can just press the track. I could listen to it once. I'm happy with my selection. I can just press plus and it will jump automatically into the timeline and arrange itself nicely below the timeline. So what you see here is now is say that they the music track has been cut directly, so it fits automatically automatically to the length affair. So what you can see here is that the so What you can see here is that the music track has been added below the timeline and it's been cut to the length off the timeline, and that is a pretty brilliant if you want to use the track from the beginning, but in our case a way we do want a different section off the track that I feel is a better match. So the way that you're gonna do that because you don't have any order away from said to help you with this process, you simply just have to listen and find the place where the music track starts. And I know that it's somewhere here, so let's just jump here. So this sounds like a good place for the track to start, so simply just highlighted here. And then I split Mark the part that I don't want press delete like that and then it out a massacre jumps back to the beginning. So now I have it here and by accident. Did actually man mashed up pretty well. So what I gotta do now is say, I'm gonna go through each clip and then basically adjusted, so it matches up to the beat. It matches up. This one was needs to be adjusted a little, but you need to fiddle a little bit back and forward to make this imagine. And it doesn't need to shift every time it hits a beat. I just decided to do that for this demonstration, and I'm not sure It's even colder beat, but it's like a high head or something. So now the music track measures are pretty well without footage, and their let's say that we are happy with the timeline as this Right now we can add in the transitions and there you seem to go forward and then you put in the transition that day that you like. And in my case I only switch between none dissolved and their fate because I really don't like the other ones. So let's just do like to solve here, do, like, fade here. Maybe another fade, and there we do dissolve and another dissolved. Then we do a fade, and then we dio some are and if eight like that. So now we have added transition said to the track. And of course, you might prefer to do they say differently. But let's just go through it here. Nice here, just to show you how the different races you look like goes from black to work. So if we are perfectly happy with the timeline now, it's in time to with export the project. So let's say just do that by pressing done here. Now I have the options to go in and name my project something. And in this case, just name it like that. And now I have a the options in the bottom half that I can either play the video, I can share it, and sometimes it needs to download stuff from a from iCloud or something. I'm really sure what it's doing, but it takes a while before you can share it. And then there in their hair, in the right side, you have the option to delete your project, which would be kind of stupid because you just made it. So I also promised your way to show you how you could add cinematic pass to your footage. And that is a pretty easy. You just need toe goto, a website that I've linked in the comments section below. Not in the conversation. That and that is pretty easy to you. Okay, I also promised you and I want to promise you as a bonus tip to show you how you can at black pastor your footage making it look even more cinematic. And that's pretty easy. You just need to go in download a transparent PNG from the web that we will add to the footage. I left the link for a page where you can download such image in the description below. And once you have that in your camera roll, let me show you how it's done. Simply go in here and then you press plus and then you go to photos and then recently added , and then you pick the PNG. That is say, that is that go to recently added then your picket the transparent PNG. And then here you get the options with the plus, and you don't need to press the press right now. Oh, and then you select the transparent PNG and then you get the options toe added to the timeline. You don't want to do that in at least not in this way. Then you need to press the three dots. Then you get some options down here, and the one you want to select is the one called Green Blue. And when you add that you get it added on top of your timeline, and right now you just get black bars and a wife screaming. This is basically know what you want, but the way to get rid of that is that you go in here, press the PNG line up here, and then you get like, an auto option up here. If you take that one away, you can see now you can actually see what's behind a it. And you've got the silicon cinematic pass in the footage. Now you can see through the white background. Now you can see through the white background and see what's behind. And you've got your cinematic pass in your video. So the last thing that we will do here is we got to stretch this to the end so it matches the timeline. So now we have our cinematic bars in him and we can now export the project. So let's just press done like that. Then we go down here and now we have all the usual options that are available that you can share to your We have all the usual options available so you can share to the social media said that you want. But in this case, we'll just save it to the camera own off the phone, and now you have the option. Say, what's five size you want to export. And because this was a 10 80 p project. Every. Just choose that. So it's it's export movie. And in the second you will just get a confirmation that it has been exported to the camera road like that. So that's pretty simple. And everyone can do this. You might not like the way that I edited the footage, but there it's so simple that everyone can do it like this. So So this was the confirmation. Now the movie has been exported to the library, so yeah. Okay, so it's a simple as that. So this is so So now I move. It confirmed that day. The video has been started to the library. So let's just go in budget this How nice was that? Oh.