VideoStudio X7 Tutorials
This series of tutorials will help you unlock the full potential of VideoStudio X7, with step-by-step instructions on how to use key features, a comprehensive overview of the workspace as well as useful tips and tricks to help you complete your projects with confidence and ease.
Welcome to VideoStudio Pro X7! Take a couple of minutes to watch the video above and find out what’s new in VideoStudio Pro X7. Let your computer realize its full potential with 64 bit architecture, faster editing, less slow-down, and quicker rendering.
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.
Learning how to add transition effects to a video is one of the most important features of any video editing suite. Something that important should be easy to do, and fortunately it is with VideoStudio Pro! Video editing transitions are preset animations that allow a frame or scene change to occur in a more subtle way.
Learning how to record a voice over is essential for creating effective educational and descriptive movies. Having a voice talk you through a visual experience is a very effective way to ensure the viewer understands what they are seeing.
Change is good! Take a couple of minutes to learn how to use the new VideoStudio X7 interface and see how we’ve made it easier than ever to stay organized and in control of your project. Subtle changes throughout the interface make it even more intuitive to navigate from process to process while working on your video. Spend less time searching for a function and more time doing with the new VideoStudio X7 interface.
Learning how to screen capture with VideoStudio will open the door to all kinds of video editing opportunities. For example, our tutorials use screen capture to show you exactly what we are doing on our screen when we are using VideoStudio.
Learning how to add music to a video is one of the most effective ways add emotion to a movie. Even in the era of silent film, live music almost always accompanied the experience. Creating an atmosphere and emotional backdrop is essential and music is one of the most effective ways to do so.
Learning how to burn or export your video project from VideoStudio is just a fancy way of saying, “How to share.” Once your movie is finished, you will probably want to show it to people, and that can be done in a few different ways. The most obvious way is burning the movie directly to a DVD or Blu-ray and handing out copies.
Learning how to use VideoStudio is a pretty big question, and certainly not one that can be answered in just one lesson. It’s often best to start with a project idea in mind, plan out your project, and learn about the tools and techniques you can utilize to accomplish your project.
Learning how to trim video in VideoStudio is essential for keeping your audience engaged with the best footage you have to offer. It’s easy to go a little overboard with hours of video from the last vacation or family event, but not all of it is important to your audience. Keep them interested by trimming your videos into manageable clips, and arranging them into a seamless montage of events.
Learning how to add a title to your video is a very simple process that can set the tone of your movie project. Composing the movie title screen can be a lot more than just displaying the name of the movie. A slowly fading title, or a large bright title, both carry with them different emotions to start the viewer with right away.