Creating an Old-fashioned Silent Movie

Creating an Old-fashioned Silent Movie

By Discovery Center Team

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If you’ve ever dreamed of being a silent movie star, here’s how to make that dream come true! This VideoStudio project tutorial will show you how to create an old-fashioned, silent movie style of film using your own footage. You’ll learn how to speed up your clips, how to add title slates, and how to use filters to get the old, scratchy, jittery look of a silent movie.

If you want to create a silent film using photos instead of video footage, why not try our Silent Film slideshow template?

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Comments (2)

  • Tony Reply

    A great, fun tutorial – I think I’ll have a go!

    November 10, 2017 at 11:01 am
  • hugo Reply

    great tutorial when I do that and all my video in the library have a yellow film in the top left corner and on the video clip top half is white and bottom half black WHy

    September 21, 2016 at 10:41 pm

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