VideoStudio 2019 Tutorials
This series of tutorials will introduce you to exciting new features and enhancements in VideoStudio 2019. Learn how to use the dynamic Split Screen template creator, Color Grading controls, and custom video and text masks to make your videos will come to life in ways you never imagined. Create a polished production worthy of the big screen with the new alpha channel capabilities, enhanced title editor, seamless transitions, tiny planet effects, and much more.
Learn how to use the new Seamless Transitions in VideoStudio to create smooth transitions by aligning similar colors or objects in one scene with the next.
Learn how to use the new color grading controls in VideoStudio Ultimate to correct color, adjust hue and exposure, add effects with Look Up Profiles (LUT) and more.
Learn how to create dynamic split screen videos in VideoStudio Ultimate. Create your own layouts, customize with keyframes, and save as a template.
Learn how to easily create Tiny Planet or Rabbit Hole effects in VideoStudio, then use keyframes to adjust zoom and rotation for truly unique results!
Learn how to use the new Morph Transitions in VideoStudio to transition between scenes and merge video so that there is no discernible beginning or end.
Learn how to use VideoStudio’s enhanced Title Editor to create custom titles with motion, text and graphics, and then save them as presets to use again.
Learn how to use the enhanced Mask Creator in VideoStudio Ultimate to create your own text masks or still masks from select areas of your video.
Learn how to customize the movement of your graphics, titles, and overlays along a defined path with enhanced Customize Motion feature in VideoStudio.
Learn how to export your overlays, motion graphics, masks or text with a transparent background using the new alpha channel capabilities in VideoStudio.
Learn how to use MultiCam Capture Lite in VideoStudio to record two different sources like your screen and webcam at the same time – great for how-to videos!
Learn how to create and save custom motion paths and apply them to other elements in your project, or reuse them in future VideoStudio projects.