Learning how to import video into VideoStudio is the first step in any project. It doesn’t have to be video either, you could import pictures or music as well. Importing video is very easy to do and you can import from all kinds of different devices like phones, computers or even old camcorders. Once your video is imported it is just as easy to find your new clip in the Clip Bin, and then drag it into the timeline for editing. Take a moment to watch the video and get started working worth your favorite clips!

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  1. Tamara Mitchell says

    Once I’ve imported, the audio and video are no longer in sync. I watch the video in the source file and it is perfect, but in Video Studio, the audio starts out fine, but the video starts lagging behind the audio part of the way through. It is extremely annoying. I actually deleted the clip and imported it again. Same thing happened. I think I’m going to have to separate out the audio and video to correct the problem.

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