All New VideoStudio TutorialsLiam Kapel
Hey there VideoStudio users!
We have some very exciting news we would like to share with you. We are pleased to announce that our new VideoStudio tutorials are now available! These quick and easy-to-follow videos are designed to get you up to speed with VideoStudio Pro X7’s awesome new features and teach you everything you need to know about the software. Whether you’re just getting started with learning how to use VideoStudio or you’ve been working with it for quite some time, you are guaranteed to learn a thing or two. Navigate with confidence and ease right from the start.
These new tutorial videos cover everything you need to know about getting started with VideoStudio. Starting with basic topics such as interface components to more advanced tasks such as ripple editing, we’ve created an ideal learning resource for VideoStudio users of every level. Import your videos into VideoStudio and let our experts show you exactly what you need to do next. We also show you how to trim video, how to use transition effects, how to add music and even record a voice over. Jump right in and learn all the tools and techniques you need to realize your vision. The possibilities are endless.
Don’t forget to grab the 30-Day Free Trial if you don’t already own VideoStudio X7. We don’t lock out any features in our trial so you can go through the whole VideoStudio X7 tutorial series free of charge. We hope you enjoy it!
What’s New in Corel VideoStudio Pro X7
How to Use the New VideoStudio X7 Interface
How to Use VideoStudio
How to Import Video into VideoStudio
How to Screen Capture with VideoStudio
How to Trim Video in VideoStudio
How to Add Transition Effects
How to Add Music to a Video
How to Add a Title to your Video
How to Record a Voice Over
How to Ripple Edit
Burning and Exporting in VideoStudio
As always, we want to hear from you! If you can’t find a tutorial in our video library that covers what you need to know, please let us know in the comments! We want to be as thorough as possible to make video-editing accessible to everyone.