Intermediate and Advanced Video Editing Techniques
in VideoStudio Pro
Learn some intermediate and advanced video editing techniques with this collection of tutorials.
Once you have mastered the basics, it’s time to explore some of the more advanced features and opportunities available to get you well on your way to becoming an expert. Tips and techniques pro videographers use can appear to be daunting, but with a little time and guidance you to can take your videos to the next level.
What better way to spice up your video footage than by adding fun effects and filters? In VideoStudio you can choose from 150 different effects and filters that can be customized for use—including film look, old film, blur, glow, starburst, and more! Click through to learn how to apply visual effects to your productions.
ProDAD RotoPen is just one of the great additional features found within VideoStudio Pro X6 Ultimate. ProDAD RotoPen allows you to animate an object or image along a set path.
Custom Motion Effects allow you to add interesting elements to your videos, like a picture-in-picture effect. This tutorial will show you how to achieve this effect, as well as how to customize and enhance the settings.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make your video project work in surround sound with VideoStudio Pro X8. Surround sound will give your video a professional polish, and it is essential if your video relies heavily on audio – for example if it’s a horror film or a concert video.
Do you have some video clips where the color of a particular element, like the sky, is not quite what you want? No matter what the condition of your original video the NewBlue FX ColorFast plug-in in VideoStudio Ultimate X7 can help you easily adjust colors by streamlining color correction and color grading in one simple workflow.
Add clickable links to YouTube videos by creating hotspots with VideoStudio and adding text and links with YouTube video manager.
Learning how to add weather effects to a video can help you by setting a more obvious mood in a scene. If you were making a video slideshow of your Christmas holidays for instance, still images could be brought to life by adding a simple snow effect. Wind, rain, clouds, lightning and snow effects can be used in any number of styles of video making to add a natural, or even supernatural visuals to your project.
Using Motion Tracking allows you to track different objects in order to add a moving title, or other effects, in VideoStudio. This tutorial will show you how to motion track a moving title in VideoStudio.
It’s easy to create your own animated drawings to add to your video clips, by using the Painting Creator tool in VideoStudio.
If your green screen is not large enough, you can use masking to block out any additional unwanted background and create a seamless green screen effect.
Gripps shows you how to create a cool 3D object using the Boris FX filter in VideoStudio X8 Ultimate.
Censoring a video can be necessary if your subject is camera shy, or if there is a logo that you don’t have the right to use. Learning how to censor a video with a simple blur effect is a great way to make sure your video doesn’t go to waste.
Now that you know how to add motion tracking to your videos, why not take it to the next level by motion tracking multiple objects! This tutorial will show you how, using the Advanced Tracker Dialogue settings.
Did you know that you can do multi-cam editing in VideoStudio? It is a great way to combine footage that has been shot simultaneously but from different angles. In this tutorial video editing expert Gripps gives you some tips on how to do this.
Do you want to add some amazing effects to your videos? Using VideoStudio Ultimate X7 and Boris filter, expert video editor Bart van der Molen (aka Gripps) shows you how to create a cool mask effect.
By using the Smart Proxy editing tool, you can edit HD content as easily as SD — even on older, slower computers. This tutorial will show you how to speed up your editing workflow by using the Smart Proxy tool.