Beginner Video Editing Techniques in VideoStudio
Learn beginner video editing techniques with VideoStudio.
This series of video tutorials will teach you how to do common video edits in the simplest way possible. It is intended for beginners, or for amateurs who are looking to find out the best way to complete a specific task. Beginner Video Editing Techniques covers topics like how to trim a video clip, add subtitles, and export your video. Check out the Advanced Video Editing Techniques course for more powerful video editing strategies.
Titles can help make your VideoStudio projects more professional and easier to follow. Learn how to create and edit basic titles in this tutorial.
Sometimes a video needs trimming to make it the best possible product. In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to use the Multi-Trim tool in VideoStudio to create multiple clips from a single video.
You asked, and Gripps answered! Many people have been asking how to edit video with the audio on. You may need to do this if you are trying to find a certain point in the narration or music that you need to edit. Video expert Bart van der Molen (aka Gripps) will show you a super simple way to do this.
Want to edit your video at work, or send it to a friend for editing? Want to have your project saved so that it is easily accessible for transfer or sharing? VideoStudio’s Smart Package feature collects all video, photo, and audio files used in a project into one folder. This tutorial will show you how to use this feature to keep your project neatly packaged and saved.
Learn how to apply a simple cloning technique with tips from video editing expert Gripps. For this tutorial he uses cloning to create a short clip of himself interacting with – himself! There are lots of impressive projects you could do once you master this technique.
Are you looking for a way to highlight important moments in your videos, and to keep the attention of your viewers? Adding a quick zoom effect is one way to do this.
Making adjustments to your video footage will allow you to perfect your projects. This tutorial will show you how to use different tools in VideoStudio to improve your videos quality.
Modifying the playback speed of your footage is a great way to add some drama and creative flair to your video projects. You can set your video in slow motion to emphasize a movement, or set it to play at lightning speed and give your movie a comical air. You can also use this feature to achieve time-lapse and strobe effects on your videos and photos.
In this short tutorial we’ll show you how to add color chips, color patterns and backgrounds from the VideoStudio library.
Using overlay templates is a quick and easy way to turn your video clips into a unique film like a personalized news broadcast or sportscast. This tutorial will show you how to use an overlay template – there’s even a free sample so you can try it yourself!
Learn how to use the Skin Touch Up plugin from NewBlue Essentials IV to remove blemishes and smooth out wrinkles.
Using a stabilization filter, such as the proDAD Mercalli SE, can do a lot for minimizing bounce and shake in video footage. This tutorial will show you how to use the proDAD Mercalli SE stabilization filter for VideoStudio Ultimate.
Adjusting the sound in your video is an important skill for all video editors. The Sound Mixer in VideoStudio lets you have a greater control over the audio characteristics in your project. This tutorial will take you through using the Sound Mixer and how to maximize the audio in your video projects.
The first step to creating an amazing video project is importing or capturing the footage you want to use. In this tutorial you will learn the basics of importing and capturing video files using VideoStudio Pro.
VideoStudio allows you to output your video projects in many formats. In this tutorial, you will learn how to export and upload your video production for YouTube streaming.
Are your videos looking a little dark or faded? With the Color Corrections options you can fix this quickly and easily.