Video Editing Project Ideas
Looking for some creative ideas for your next video editing project? This series of videos has you covered. It has all sorts of nifty projects, and each tutorial will show you what it takes to make it yourself.
Working with Custom Motion Effects in VideoStudio allows you to create customized motion paths to use in your videos. This tutorial will show you how to capture video created for tracking to save and use as a motion path.
ProDAD Handscript Animation is a VideoStudio Ultimate X6 plug-in. This tutorial will show you how to use this plug-in to add dynamic handwritten text animation to your video projects.
In this tutorial, you will learn about using Boris Graffiti to create a leaf blower effect. To make this simple animation, you will use custom filters and learn a lot about animation to your videos in general!
Create a vacuum effect with Corel VideoStudio in minutes. The vacuum effect is a cool manipulation you can add to a presentation or demo – and even if you never use it, you still might learn something about VideoStudio features that you never knew existed!
In this tutorial we’ll walk you through the steps to create a short promotional video for your business or brand.
Add some dramatic flair to your footage by learning how to do time lapse video in VideoStudio. Creating a time lapse effect makes your video project appear to move much faster than it was originally shot.
The slanted moving text of the Star Wars intro titles is an immediately recognizable effect. This tutorial will teach you how to use the titling tools in VideoStudio to recreate this classic Star Wars opening sequence look.
Using the picture-in-picture effect in VideoStudio is a great way to add some visual interest to your video projects. In this tutorial, video editing guru Gripps shows you how to create a triple picture-in-picture effect and a diagonal picture-in-picture effect.
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.
Stop motion animation style stitches together individual still images to create motion animation. This tutorial will show you how to create your own stop motion video.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create the snow-on-text effect. Gripps shows how to use Boris Graffiti to create a neat animation, which you can apply to your own titles or other text.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create the illusion that someone is flying out of the frame. Gripps walks you through the process of selecting and editing your footage in order to create a seamless illusion in post-production.
This tutorial will show you a simple technique that can be used to add a ghostly, supernatural effect to your videos.