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7 smart phone photography tips & tricks 2018
 
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★★FREE Download Wondershare Filmora : https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=tips Learn how to shoot by your smartphone today! Smartphone photography has become popular now because smartphone cameras have a great improvement with many features like the real camera. This video covers 7 good and affordable tips and tricks to advice your creative smartphone photography. Waterproof Bag: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01I1430WQ/?ref=exp_inf_pl_filmoramvp 1. Water droplets on glass filter 2. Sunglass filter 3. Stairs lighting effects 4. Waterproof bag tips 5. Flashlight effects 6. DIY phone stablizer 7. Creative phone panorama tricks Thanks for watching! Hope you enjoy the video and you can download Filmora video editor to make your smartphone videos more professional.
Views: 3836297 Filmora MVP
How to Clone Yourself with Filmora |Tutorial
 
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In this video we are going to show you how you can use Filmora to make a clone of yourself. Download a free trial version of Filmora to get started: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoCloneYourself Gampash and Ramexa wrote and asked this question on our Youtube channel: Can you please make a clone-editing tutorial? How to Clone Yourself, FILMORA? HELP As a matter of fact, duplicating yourself is much easier than you think. First, let's see how the final video looks like: By using Filmora, you can easily make a twin or even triplets effects within minutes. All you need is: A camera (whether that be a DSLR, point-and-shoot, or even your smartphone), Tripod, Computer, and Filmora. Now follow our step-by-step guide to make one on your own. Step1: SHOOT YOUR VIDEO FOOTAGE To get started, you will need to shoot 4 video clips. Find a stationary background, and make sure there aren’t any moving objects in the scene. Next, set up your tripod and attach your camera to it. Now, let the actor perform on three different locations, and record each scene with a separate clip. Also record a video clip without the actor in. Do make sure that your camera is located in the same place when capturing all those video clips. Step2: UPLOAD THE FOOTAGES TO FILMORA FOR EDITING. Now that you’ve got your raw footages, it’s time to import all the raw footages to Filmora video editor for editing. Load all these 4 video clips to Filmora, and then drag the clip in which the actor is located in the middle place to the video track on the timeline below. Cut any unwanted parts out if necessary. Drag the second clip to the PIP track, click on the Advanced Edit icon here to enter the edit panel. In the PIP Mask library, scroll down to the very bottom, select a mask effect, double click on it to apply. By doing this we could just block the right side of the second video so that the right side of your first video could show through. Adjust the width, height etc. of the mask effect to accurately locate the part that you want to block. Next, drag the third clip to the PIP track, likewise, go to the Advanced Edit panel and apply a mask effect to it. Now delete the extra parts to end the second and third video clip. It will look like the actor just disappears suddenly. Lastly, drag the fourth video clip to the end of the video track. That’s it! This is the simple way you can follow to clone yourself in videos. We will upload another advanced clone-editing tutorial which shows you how the clones can move around freely in the video. Click the link in the description box below to visit https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoCloneYourself and download a free trial version to get started now!
Views: 519521 Filmora MVP
Advanced cloning tutorial: How to Clone Yourself with Filmora
 
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In this video, we are going to show you some advanced cloning technique by using Filmora. Download a latest version of Filmora here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Advancedcloningtutorial Recommended Green Backdrop: http://amzn.to/2o7OB1Z Last time we showed you how to clone yourself by using the mask effect in Filmora. As you can see the whole cloning process is quite simple, all you need is a camera and a tripod, or things alternative to that. You may have noticed though that by using the mask effect, the actor will only be able to move within the designated mask area. As long as the actor walks outside of the mask, the clone editing will fail. Today in this video, we are going to show you some awesome advanced cloning technique so that you can further boost your video creativity. First, let's see how the final video looks like: As we can see, without being restricted to certain area, the actor was able to walk around freely. And we can even minimize the clone in the video. Here are the complete steps of how you can make such a clone easily with Wondershare Filmora. You will need: 1. A camera 2. A tripod 3. A piece of green sheet 4. A background image 5. And Filmora Step1: SHOOT YOUR VIDEO FOOTAGE To get started, you will need to shoot 3 video clips. Find a place with good natural lighting, hang the green sheet like this. Next, set up your tripod and attach your camera to it. We only need to capture the upper body of the actor so that the green sheet will fill the entire screen. Now, start shooting two video clips, one with the actor walking from left to right and extend the palm forward in the end, and the other one with the actor walking from right to left. Lower the camera to the bottom of the tripod and then take a full length shot which will be used as third clip. Step2: UPLOAD THE FOOTAGES TO FILMORA FOR EDITING. First, drag the background image and drop it to the video track on the timeline. Then drag the first video footage to the PIP layer. Select the clip and click the Green Screen button here to enter the green screen editing panel. Now check “Make parts of the clip transparent” to make the green area transparent. Likewise, drag the second footage to the second PIP layer and make the green part transparent as well. Cut out unnecessary part if needed. Now, drag the third video footage to the third PIP layer, enter the green screen editing panel, and make the green area transparent. Since the third clip doesn’t fill the entire screen with green, you will need to enter the Mask panel here. Choose a mask template and then double click to apply to the video. You can adjust the width and height to get better result. Drag the handles here to minimize the clone. To make sure the clone falls naturally, you may want to cut out extra frames so that it looks like the actor just hopped the palm. That’s it. I hope you’ve learned how to make clones creatively by using Filmora. Click the link in the description box below to visit filmora.wondershare.com and download a free trial version to get started now.
Views: 139963 Filmora MVP
10 Drone Video tips to Film with Drone Like a Pro!
 
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Want to shoot amazing cinematic videos with your drone or quadcopter? I’ll show you 10 camera angles to achieve cinematic aerial shots, with DJI Phantom 4 and some footage examples on Youtube. ★★DJI Spark FREE GIVEAWAY: https://goo.gl/9XTy1x★★ Example Source Credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1OupZdcvok https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXlyR-ombsU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvfU1yVNTtY https://www.youtube.com/user/Africatravelchannel/search?query=drone https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAi39VsowWTxftSj9xjrJeA/videos (These sources are used as relevant examples to show drone camera angles, if your source info is missed or incorrectly shown, or if you consider as infringement, please send us a private message and we’ll deal with it) Get DJI Phantom 4: http://amzn.to/2oRh4fH 10 Camera Tricks: Scanning Bird’s eyes Low Altitude The Hump Obstacles Fly Across Tracking Against Crane Point of Interest 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 😎 ☞ Camera Trick 1: scanning It’s a quite usual move for drone videos. With camera facing forward, you can fly the drone vertically to shoot a skyscraper or a tower, or you can fly the drone horizontally forward and backward to shot wide skyline and coastline. But just keep an eye on the altitude limit of your drone, don’t go above it or you’ll loose connection. ☞ Camera Trick 2: Bird’s eyes Lift up shot is a drone move that you aim the camera straight down, and fly up high, so you get a very nice lifting shot, showing all around the surrounding area. It’s good to reveal the landscape of a city, like this. Another creative use is to show the formation. For example, if a ground of people forming the shape of a logo, the best way to demonstrate is through lift up shot. ☞ Camera Trick 3: Low altitude If you keep you drone flying low and closer to the ground, the video looks very dynamic. But it’s better to apply this move on very opening ground which is clean and not messy. ☞ Camera Trick 4: The hump If you there’re some buildings in your flight route, you can try maintain a medium altitude and make the drone climb up a little bit when it’s about to fly over the roof. You’ll get an amazing beautiful shot. ☞ Camera Trick 5: Obstacles This is an interesting shot that you begin with the camera facing an obstacle like a wall, a tree, and fly move drone to get a sudden view of the actual object you try to show. This way you create suspense and a turning point that makes the viewers more engaged in your video. ☞ Camera Trick 6: fly across Flying a drone across a narrow space, like beneath a bridge, between two peaks or into a canyon may takes some skills, but you’ll get a really awesome shot out of it. ☞ Camera Trick 7: Active Tracking If you want to show the speed and direction of a moving object, you need to try tracking shot. This is widely used on shooting a moving car or ship. Some drones are able to automatically track a target you set and shoot videos. Just check if this auto tracking feature is included before you make the purchase. ☞ Camera Trick 8: Against shot Against shot is usually used to record a driving car. The drone flies towards a car against its direction, this will create an intense and shows the speed of the car. However, the difficulty is to keep the drone as close as possible to the car and avoid crashing into it. ☞ Camera Trick 9: crane shot When the drone flies up high and slowly move backwards with the camera facing front, you get a view that gradually becomes wider. This is usually used as the ending shot of a video with a fade out effect. There’s another upgraded version which is spinning the drone while flying up. This is usually used on the climax of a video creating a fantastic visual effect. ☞ Camera Trick 10: point of interest You can actually make the drone circle around a point of interest you set, like a building or a tower. This special shot is usually used to show the relationship or contrast between an object and the surroundings. These are my 10 camera tricks of drone that hopefully help you shoot an amazing aerial video. Just keep in mind and try it out! Oh one more thing, regarding the last tip, point of interest, not all drones have that feature. So before you make the purchase of a drone, you can check if there’s this point of interest mode. Here’s a clip about how to set point of interest on a DJI drone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGJTUIvU1eE&t=150s
Views: 159706 Filmora MVP
Video formats: what it is and which one to choose to export?
 
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In this video, we will introduce different types of video formats and what video format should you export depending on different purposes. More video editing tips, visit https://filmora.wondershare.com/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Videoformats The world of video formats can be pretty confusing. What do they all have in common and how are they different, which one to choose? In this video, we’ve put together some useful information that will help you better understand all these questions. What is video format? Different types of video formats? Video format, technically referred to as “container formats”, is a type of file format for storing digital video data on a computer system. These include audio, video, and sometimes even subtitles. Different file formats do different things, and the right video format for a specific purpose isn’t necessarily the right one for the others. Generally speaking, the most popular video container formats include: AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, MP4, MPEG etc. Depending on different purposes, they can be categorized into 4. Which video format to choose? The first type is sharing format that are best for online video platforms. If you are making and uploading videos to online video sharing platforms such as Youtube, Vimeo, or Daily motion etc., MP4, FLV and WMV can be a good choice. On the one hand, all these file formats are supported by mainstream video platforms so there’s no need to worry about the compatibility issues. On the other hand, they have relatively smaller file sizes while still maintaining high quality. So it’s very easy to stream and can also provide good watching experience. Second type is HD format that are best to be watched on TV or Computers. For those of you who want to watch the video at home on the HD TV or computers, you probably want to export your movie masterpieces in a format with the best video quality. MOV, AVI, and MKV are great for that purpose. They are the best quality video format for HD TVs, cons are that they usually have much larger file sizes. If you want to burn the video onto a DVD, choose to export as MPEG-2 or VOB. In general, these two video files have the best video quality. However, please note that 60 minutes of video can take up several gigabytes of hard disk space, so be sure to have enough storage space. And you can easily and quickly burn your video to a DVD with Wondershare Filmora. If you are building a website and have some content in video format, WEBM or HTML5 should be the best practices. They have relatively wider browser support and smaller file sizes, which can easily be embedded to your website. Those are the 4 major types of video formats depending on different uses!
Views: 127238 Filmora MVP
How to Make People Small: Create the Illusion of Tiny Lilliputian in Your Video
 
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In this video, we will show you how you can make people small using Green screen technique so as to create the illusion of tiny Lilliputian effect in your video with Wondershare Filmora. Download a free trial version here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoMakePeopleSmall Recommended Green Backdrop: http://amzn.to/2o7OB1Z If you’ve ever watched the film Gulliver's Travels, or the Lord of The Rings, you might be wondering how the filmmakers make people look really small or tiny in movies. The technique we’re talking about here is called Green Screen or Chroma key. Green screen is a common and popular effect heavily used by professional filmmakers in post-production. It can be used to create lots of interesting and amazing special effects, making the impossible look plausible. This once advanced technique has now become accessible for filmmakers at all levels. And it’s much easier than you could ever imagine. In this video, we are going to show you how to create the illusion of tiny people in your video within minutes using Wondershare Filmora. You’ll need: 1. A Camera 2. A Tripod 3. And a piece of green sheet Step1: Shoot your video footage To get started, we will need to shoot two video clips, one as the background video, and the other one with the actor in will be used as foreground, we will then make the actor look tiny by using Filmora Video Editor, and then superimpose it to the background video. Here we shoot a video about a cute cat, and we are going to use it as our background video later. Next, find an empty place outside in a sunny day, hang the green sheet up. Once the shot is set up and everything is in place, the actor starts to perform on the green sheet. Make sure to shoot the second video footage from the same shooting angle as the first one, so that the final video will look plausible once we combine it with the background video. Step2: Edit your video footage Once you’ve captured your video footages, it’s time to import all the raw footages to Filmora for editing. In case you don’t have Filmora installed in your computer yet, you can get a free trial copy here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoMakePeopleSmall Here is the interface. First, import all your footages to the media library here. Drag the first background video to the timeline, and double click on it to bring up a setting window. There we can adjust the brightness and contrast to enhance our video a bit. Then drag the second clip to the PIP track, right click on it and choose “Green Screen” from the drop down menu to bring up a green screen editing window. Check “Make Parts of this video transparent”, the green color in your video clip is now made transparent and the video is successfully superimposed to the background video. Drag this slider bar to adjust the intensity level to get the best results. As we can see from the preview window, the areas which haven’t been covered with green sheet won’t be removed and will still show upon our background video. If you don't need that part, simply click to enter the “Mask” tab here, choose a square mask to apply, and then adjust the width and height to remove unwanted areas so that your background video could show through and leaving only the parts that you want to be perfectly superimposed onto the background clip. Now we will see resizing handles around the green screen clip, drag it to resize the clip to an appropriate size, or move it to any other place on the screen as you want. As we can see the actor is now made really small compared to the cat in the background video. Except videos, your background can also be a static picture, harness your imaginations and you will be able to create lots of funny and amazing tiny people effect in your videos. Not just mini people effect, you can also make a giant-people by utilizing the same technique. Interesting huh? Download a free trial version to get started now: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoMakePeopleSmall
Views: 264778 Filmora MVP
Pan Zoom tutorial: how to easily make Ken Burns Effect with Filmora
 
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With Filmora, you can easily apply Ken Burns Effect(Pan & Zoom) on photos or videos. Here’s a walk-through video. Download Filmora free trial to get started: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_howtopanzoom Pan Zoom, or Ken Burns effect is a popular technique used on still image in filmmaking. While zooming in on subjects of interest or panning from one subject to another in a photograph, a still image can become dynamic. One of the most popular practices is Ken Burns Civil War, directed by Ken Burns. In that classic documentary film, he applied pan zoom extensively on 3000 authentic photos to tell a vivid story. Because Ken Burns often gives life to still photographs in that way, Pan Zoom is also known as Ken Burns Effect. If you’d like to make a video out of your favorite images, or show some images in a video, pan zoom is definitely something you should try. Let’s take this image as an example. Drag it to the timeline, click this crop and zoom button. Choose pan & zoom to enable the effect. Now you see, there’re 2 screens. On the left, it’s the screen to edit zooming size and set the route. There’re 2 dashed-line rectangles, representing start frame and end frame respectively. With a click, you can change the position and the size of each frame. You can set the ratio on these 3 options: 16: 9, 4:3 or manually. When you finish, click the play button and the screen on right is playing the preview. Oh you know what, you can also click this button to switch the start frame and end frame. It’s pretty easy to do. Click reset icon to undo all changes if needed. Remember to click OK to save the settings. Last but not the least, when you extend or shorten the clip on video track, the Pan zoom motion speed will be adjusted accordingly. Isn’t that simple? Download link of Filmora: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_howtopanzoom
Views: 127467 Filmora MVP
Tutorial: How to Make a Green Screen Video with Filmora
 
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In this video, we will show you how to create Green Screen video with Wondershare Filmora. Download Filmora for free: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Howtogreenscreen Recommended Green Backdrop: http://amzn.to/2oReO8b Green Screen, also known as Chroma key, is a special video effect often used in Film-making industry. Numerous famous Holly-wood blockbusters or TV series, such as GAME OF THRONES, UGLY BETTY, SIN CITY etc. all have been using this technique to create some amazing visual effects. Whether you are a professional filmmaker, or just starting out your video editing experience, you can easily create green screen video at the comfort of your home. Fortunately, this seemingly quite advanced technology won't cost you an arm or leg at all, as a matter of fact you will just need to prepare a piece of green sheet to get started. In this tutorial, we will cover the following: how a green screen works, how you can create your own, and some useful tips you can use to make the most of it. First, prepare your green screen resource: Green screen resources are available online, do some research you can easily find materials that will fit into your project. Some green screen resources are free, some HD clips are not. Depending on your budget, you can always find one that suits you. The cheapest option it's to shoot one by yourself. If you decided to capture yourself, you will need to prepare the following materials: 1. A piece of green sheet 2. A Camcorder, or your smartphone 3. A Tripod(optional) To ensure the best result in your keying process, pay attention to the following things during your shooting: 1. Lighting the green sheet evenly. 2. Making sure the green sheet is as smooth as possible. 3. Make sure that the color green does not appear anywhere on your clothing, skin, eyes, or hair etc. Once the green screen clip is ready, all you need is a software that supports chroma keying, or green screen. Wondershare Filmora can be the best choice for this purpose. Here is a complete tutorial teaching you how to make green screen with Filmora: 1. Open Filmora, enter "Full feature Mode" 2. Right click on the video clip and choose "Green Screen" from the drop down menu 3. Choose "Make parts of the video transparent", and choose the color Green. There you go! Once you've done chroma keying, go back to the media library and import your background video clip to apply. Still have questions create green screen videos? Leave a message in the comment below!
Views: 267703 Filmora MVP
How to Stream On Multiple Platforms for free | Restream.io tutorial
 
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As a hardcore gamer, have you ever tried to stream on multiple video sites like Youtube and Twitch, and efficiently earn more subs? We’ll show you how to feed 2 birds with one scone, free of charge. Just so you know, live streaming softwares that allow you to do that are all paid and quite expensive. But there’s actually a free online tool to do that, and that’s restream.io. The mechanism is simple. The gameplay will be streamed from and encoding software like OBS, to this website, which will then distribute it to multiple streaming sites in real time. Pros are it’s convenient and optimized you bandwidth usage. If you use those paid apps mentioned before, you need really high performance hardware and bandwidth. Now, let me show you step-by-step tutorial. Step 1: Add multiple channels on restream.io First things first, visit restream.io and register an account. Then, click Add Channel. Here’s a list of channels including commonly used streaming sites like Hitbox, Youtube and Twitch. Let’s take Youtube and Twitch as an example, so select Twitch first. In this page, you’ll need to authorize and log in to your account. When this channel is added, click add channel button on right top and select the second one, which is Youtube. And simply authorize and log in as before. In the list of added channels, mouse over on it and you’ll see the settings and options to turn on or off. In settings you can customize a little bit and choose the server of Twitch. Step 2: information settings In Title to the right of Dashboard on nav bar, you can set the video title, name of the game, etc. You can use the same info for both channels or you can tailor made for each channel. In Social Alearts, you can edit your promotional content and share your video with your followers on Twitter and Facebook. Lastly, in Chart, you can view and manage real-time comments from your viewers. Next, we’re almost there. Step 3: start streaming with OBS Open OBS and select settings, put restream.io as service, and choose a server. Then, go back to restream.io, choose the consistent server and copy the stream key, paste the key to OBS as usual, and the encorder is successfully connected to restream.io. Click start streaming on OBS and your gameplay is on air and you’re streaming on both Youtube and Twitch at the same time. Ok, hope you learn how to lives tream on multiple channels simultaneously at 0 cost and run your gaming channels efficiently. Thanks for watching and make sure to subscribe!
Views: 11218 Filmora MVP
How to stabilize shaky video: video stabilization newly added in Filmora
 
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Video stabilization is a brand-new feature in the Filmora 6.8 release. Apart from stabilization, we will be also adding video reversal, screen capture to this new version. Users of Filmora can update for free to get access to all these features. Download latest version of Filmora: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Howtostabilizeshakyvideo As amateur photographers, no matter you are shooting on Gopro, or any other action camera, handheld cameras, or even your smartphones, one biggest problem most people will surely face is shaky shots. Unless this look is intentional, you’ll want to stabilize your shots to eliminate unwanted motion. Now let’s see how you can smooth your hand-held video footage with this new stabilization feature in Filmora. Once you open the program, import all your raw footages to the media library. Now select the video clip, right click on it, and choose “Video Stabilization” from the drop down menu to bring up the stabilization editing window. Here you can preview your raw video footage. Often times you will just need to stabilize part of your video clip rather than the entire clip. So the very first thing you can do is trim out unwanted parts. This can help save you time and boost the processing efficiency. Right below the preview window here, by dragging the slider bar you can define the starting point and ending point of the clip that you want to stabilize. Next, click on the Analyze Shakes button here. Filmora will then start analyzing the video clip and stabilize it. Once the stabilization is finished, you can preview the before and after video here. To refine the result, drag this slider bar to adjust the smooth level. Once you’ve finished stabilizing shaky videos, click to save the final video. The final video will be automatically added to the media library here for further editing. It is worth to mention that sometimes if your video footage shakes dramatically, it is very hard to fix it afterwards with any possible tools. Videos shot outdoors will get better results than videos shot indoors. The best practice is always to take actions beforehand so as to get stable videos.
Views: 33413 Filmora MVP
5 Best 4K Action Cameras Alternatives to GoPro Hero 5
 
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Here're top 5 GoPro alternatives 4k action camera that have equivalent video quality and remarkable advantages. ★★DJI Spark FREE Giveaways: https://goo.gl/1Q52c5★★ Example Source Credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXKdlTVo8Iw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Grsg7MHogc0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdiqYJ-gAA8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMxEkxY4rsw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvVQfRaGlk0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARDUmWGF80Q http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCpLyGJkidU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-30ElBd3dVg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYppZmr6yjE (These sources are cited on the video too and used as relevant examples to show the features these 4k action cameras have, if your source is missed or incorrectly shown, or if you consider as infringement, please send us a private message and we’ll deal with it.) Purchase: Tomtom bandit  http://amzn.to/2pNR0iQ Yi 4K http://amzn.to/2pNTYE8 Olympus http://amzn.to/2ooL4f1 Sony FRD X3000 http://amzn.to/2qe0LH6 Garmin Virb Ultra 30 http://amzn.to/2p3Qboy Gopro hero5 black http://amzn.to/2pNRSnu No. 5 Tomtom Bandit 4K Action Camera TomTom Bandit looks quite innovative on the design. Press this button while rotating here to take out the battery. And you can directly insert it to your computer to transfer files from the SD card while charging the battery, without additional cable. Tomtom is equipped with IPX7 waterproof. Comparing to GoPro Hero 5, the most distinguished highlight is the built-in motion sensor that allows speed, gravity, heartrate, altitude & rotational tagging. However, the drawback is that when recording 4k video, the maximum fps is only 15. No.4 Yi 4K Yi 4k’s design looks similar to GoPro’s. There’s also a LCD touchscreen on the back, which is really sensitive and smooth. It supports 4k shooting at 30 fps, and 1080p at 120fps or 720p at 240p for slow motion. We had a test between Yi 4k and GoPro Hero 5, it turned out that its denoise in low light and battery life is better than GoPro 5. However, Yi 4k is not water resistant, you can buy a case if you need to surf or dive. No.3 Olympus Tough TG-Tracker Olympus 4K has the most extraordinary design I’ve seen in action cameras. Literally a handheld action cam. On GoPro 5, stabilization is not available under 4k shooting, whereas with 5-axis stabilization system, it’s available on Olympus 4k shooting. However, the 4k image quality is disappointing, like zoom in to 200% on 1080p video. And for slow motion, it supports 1080p at 60fps, and 720p at 240 fps. Most distinguished highlight: 204° ultra-wide-angle that’s perfect for shooting a broad view like coast line or city landscape. A flappable screen makes it easier to monitor. Besides, there’s a flash light that helps you record video in low light environment. Olympus 4k has waterproof design, stabilization mode, shock proof, and excellent performance in low temperature to 14 Fahrenheit or -10 celsius. You can enable barometer and gravity tagging and even transfer media files to PC with WiFi. No.2 Garmin virb Ultra 30 Coming up are 2 badass players. This Garmin Virb is quite a competitor to GoPro Hero 5. Their designs are similar too. Same as GoPro 5, Garmin Virb supports 4k at 30fps, 1080p at 120 fps, 720p at 240 fps, and even voice control. The camera is not waterproof, but the accessories include a water resistant housing. From a personal perspective, Garmin Virb surpasses GoPro 5 in the Rotary Switch and shutter button that are much more convenient. In addition, the rotary locking mechanism makes it much easier to maneuver on or off accessories. This can be inspiring to GoPro. VIRB Ultra 30 has sensors for GPS, gravity and direction, while Gopro has only 1 GPS sensor. So it seems extreme sport fans would prefer Garmin Virb. No.1 Sony FDR-x3000 Sony FDR-x3000 is the world’s first action cam from a major manufacturer to include optical image stabilization, much more advanced than GoPro 5’s electronic stabilization. Let’s look at the comparison test. Sony FDR-x3000 allows you use stabilization even in 4K shooting. It also supports 3 times digital zoom. With Sony’s world class expertise in graphics, video captured by Sony FDR-x3000 has excellent image quality and keeps more details of motion than GoPro 5. With IP68 waterproof, you can record down to 60 meters or 197 feet under water, where it can even perform auto focus and white balance adjusting. The slow motion lets you record 1080p at 120fps, 720p at 240fps. And voice control is not equipped. I would say that other than voice control and LCD Touchscreen, this action cam outperforms GoPro 5 in every aspect. For professional action cam users, I would highly recommend this one. Here’re 5 top 4k action camera GoPro alternatives. Sony has better image quality, Garmin has better interactive experience and info tagging, the most cost-effective option---Yi 4k has obviously threaten GoPro’s marketshare. Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe!
Views: 742215 Filmora MVP
Creative iPhone Panorama Tricks: How to make Monster Photo with No Photoshop
 
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In this video, we’ll show you an easy trick to create an optical illusion of you being an Alien/Monster/Ghost simply with your iPhone’s panorama camera. More tips and tricks, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_SimpleAlien
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How to Make Clones with Filmora, Easy and Fast!
 
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In the last two videos, we’ve shown you how to duplicate yourself in two different ways: one is with the mask effect, and the other one is by using green screen. In this video, we are going to show you two more ways to make clones with Filmora. Free Download: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoMakeCloneswithFilmora First let’s see what partial cloning effect looks like in videos: Partial cloning process is even much simpler than complete cloning. The technique we use here is also green screen. You will need: a camera, a tripod, a piece of green sheet, and Filmora. To get started, set up your shooting background with the green sheet, and attach the camera to your tripod. Now record your video clip. Next, import a background image as well as the raw footage to Filmora for editing. First, drag the background image and drop it to the video track on the timeline. Then drag the video footage to the PIP layer. Select the clip and click the Green Screen button here to enter the green screen editing panel. Check “Make parts of the clip transparent” to make the green area transparent. Use some mask effect from the mask template library here to enhance the green screen effect, you can adjust the width and height of the mask to get better result. Likewise, drag the same video footage to four other PIP layers so that they will be overlapped with each other. And make the green part transparent for them all by using the same technique. Now adjust the starting point of each clip on the PIP layers to stagger them. Or we can further tap into our creativity to get more interesting results. For example, instead of staggering the starting point of each video clip on the PIP layer, we can re-position each video clip through the preview window here, by doing this we will be able to easily make tons of clones without using green screen or mask effect etc.. Drag the handles around the video clip, we can rotate the video overlay so as to differentiate the clones from each other. That’s it. I hope you’ve learned how to make clones creatively by using Filmora. Click the link in the description box below to visit filmora.wondershare.com and download a free trial version to get started now! Thanks for watching!
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How to make things Float in Videos: Adding Cool Levitation effects with Filmora
 
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Learn easy steps to levitate a person or any object in your video with Wondershare Filmora Video Editor. Free Download: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtomakethingsFloat Recommended Green Backdrop: http://amzn.to/2o7OB1Z Floating in the air, or so called levitation is an interesting concept that has often been played out both in photography and filmmaking. The most recent one you probably know is Birdman, this year’s Oscar award winner, in which the hero Riggman was first seen in his cluttered dressing room, levitating in his jockey shorts. Making things float like magic in your video is much easier than you ever imagine. The video editing technique we are talking about here, is called Green screen. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can easily make one such effect with the use of Wondershare Filmora. You will need: 1. A Camera 2. A Tripod 3. A piece of green sheet 4. And a bench To get started, we will need to shoot two video clips: the first with the actor and the second without the actor. We will use the second video clip as our background video later. Step1: Shoot your video footage Find a place with good natural lighting, set up the bench, and then cover the bench with the green sheet. Make sure the green sheet is made as smooth as possible because any shadows will affect your final video. Now let’s have the actor sit on the bench and start to perform. Then remove the bench and green sheet, keep the camera at exactly the same place and shoot our background video. Step2: Edit your video footage Now that we have captured our video footages, it’s time to import all the raw footages to Filmora for editing. If you haven’t downloaded this program yet, click the link in the description box below to visit the website: filmora.wondershare.com and hit the “Free Download” button. First, Launch Filmora, and enter Full Feature Mode. Import two videos to the media library in Filmora. Drag the second video clip, or the one without the actor to the video track on the timeline, and then drag the background video to the PIP track. Right click on it, choose “Green Screen” from the drop down menu to bring up a green screen editing window. Check “Make parts of this video transparent”, there you can choose to make the green color transparent so that the elements in the background video will show through. Making it like the actor is levitating in the air. As we can see from the preview window, the areas which haven’t been covered with green sheet in the first video won’t be removed and will still show upon our background video. If you don't need that part, simply click to enter the “Mask” tab here, choose a square mask to apply, and then adjust the width and height to remove unnecessary parts so that your background video could completely show through while still keeping the actor part perfectly being superimposed onto the background clip. There you go! Likewise, we can make any daily objects float like magic. Get a piece of green paper, then use it to wrap up a box. By using the same technique, we can levitate any objects easily! Now use your imagination and start making a magic levitation effect video on your own! Download a free trial version on https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtomakethingsFloat to get started now!
Views: 73436 Filmora MVP
How to Freeze Frame in a Video
 
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This quick video tutorial goes over the easiest way you can rely on to freeze-frame a clip, or add a frame hold. Step by step guide can be found here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editing-tips/freeze-frame.html To get started, make sure you’ve had Filmora installed on your computer. If you haven’t downloaded this program yet, click the link in the description box below to visit the website: filmora.wondershare.com and hit the “Free Download” button. Step1. Import your media files Click this Import button over here, and import the video into the program. Double click on the video clip, you can preview in from this preview window. Now drag and drop it to the timeline below. Step2. Freeze-frame a Clip Click the play icon in the preview window. There's a camera button under the preview window which you can click any time you want to take a snapshot, then the snapshot will be saved to the media library on the left control panel. Make sure to keep the play progress bar at where it is when you take a snapshot, then click the “Trim” icon on the toolbar, by doing this the original video will be separated into two clips. Next, drag the snapshot and insert it in between two separated clips on the timeline below. You can preview, adjust duration for the inserted clip. What’s more, you can further rotate it, adjust brightness and contrast etc. To add a bit of creativity to the video you can click the Motion button here and choose to apply some motion effects to it. The Titles library allows you to further add some title effects. Now let’s preview and check the final video, looks great! Step3. Export and Share the Video Finally, click the Export button and then export at any appropriate video formats you choose. Or you can directly upload to social media websites like Facebook, Vimeo etc.
Views: 15542 Filmora MVP
How to Livestream PC on Facebook & Best Settings for OBS
 
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Wanted to live stream an amazing PC game or program to your friends on Facebook from desktop? Today, we’ll show you how to do it in 4 steps with OBS. Shortcuts: Step 1: Livestream Sources Settings https://youtu.be/qHodUCgvtfo?t=39 Step 2: Video & Audio Quality Settings https://youtu.be/qHodUCgvtfo?t=115 Step 3: Facebook Settings https://youtu.be/qHodUCgvtfo?t=175 Step 4: Start Streaming https://youtu.be/qHodUCgvtfo?t=197 Basically, the mechanism is to link your Facebook account with an encoding software like OBS with a stream key, and with proper settings on both ends, you can live stream your PC screen, certain program and webcam on Facebook. Before we get started, you might want to visit obsproject.com and download OBS, a free and powerful live stream tool as well as a game recorder. And after installation, open it and let’s get to step-by-step tutorial on how to live stream on Facebook and best settings. Step 1: Live Stream Sources Settings In this interface, there’re scenes and sources under the preview window. If you make a series of live stream videos, and want to keep them consistent on the quality settings and how you overlay multiple live stream sources, the easiest way is to save as a scene and select it next time you start a new live streaming. You can add a different scene or delete it. And sources are what you’d like your audience to watch. Click plus and you’ll see a list of sources you can add to your video as an overlay. Select Game Capture or Window Capture if you live stream a game or a program, and you can personalize the source name. In the next interface, just select your game from the application windows it identifies. If you want to record facecam and do a reaction video, just add source and select Video Capture Device, and choose your webcam. Here you can also personalize webcam settings like resolution or buffering. Next, you’ll need to adjust the size and position of the webcam window to properly overlays on the game window. These are like layers in Photoshop, the upper source will cover the source under it. And you can change layers position with the arrow button. If you want to record your voiceover or narration, just add a source, select Audio Input Source and choose your microphone. Step 2: Video and Audio Quality Settings Let’s click settings and then Output to customize a little bit. To live stream on Facebook, the suggested maximum bit rate is 4000 kbps for video, and 128 kbps for audio. So, if your computer has decent performance, just choose these numbers. Then, let’s get to Video settings. Just so you know, the maximum resolution and FPS Facebook allows are 720p at 30 fps. Here’re few other requirements about Facebook. The maximum video time is 240 minutes, which means after that time, your current stream will stop and you’ll need to start another livestream with a new stream key. Live API only accepts h.264 for video and AAC for audio with 44.1KHZ. These are also default settings in OBS so you don’t have to change them, unless you have changed audio sampling, then just go to Audio in Settings and change back to 44.1 Step 3: Facebook Settings Open your Facebook page, and click Live Video in the middle of the screen, then Next, Click “To share live video from an external device” in the bottom, and choose Create Livestream. An easier way is simply put facebook.com/live/create in your browser. Here you can determine where to show your live video. In the next page, you can type in the title and get the server URL and Stream Key. Step 4: Start Streaming Open OBS, and select Settings, then Stream. In Service, choose Facebook live and paste the server URL and Stream Key to link your OBS with your Facebook account. Then, go back to OBS homepage and click start streaming and you’re on air to your facebook friends! When you finish, click End Live and your live video will be automatically saved in Video Library. You’ll find the video on your Facebook status. Oh, don’t forget to click Stop Streaming on OBS. Alright, hope this video helps you understand how to live stream on Facebook with best OBS settings. In the next video, we also have a video about how to livestream on Youtube, check it out! Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe for more interesting tutorials.
Views: 218795 Filmora MVP
How to Color Grading in Filmora: Complete Guide on White Balance, HSL, 3D Lut, Vigmette, etc.
 
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A step-by-step tutorial of Filmora color grading tool and how to easily create a cinematic film look. Here's how to easily do it in Filmora. Download Filmroa free trial here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_howtocolorgrading Here's a walk-through of editing options and tutorial on how to easily make color grading and create cinematic film look: 1. White balance Let’s take this video as an example. We can tell that the dominant color is blue. Let’s adjust the white balance by dragging the slide bar to right in Temperature. When the white color on her shirt looks natural, we get the right white balance. You can also adjust the tints. To the left, you get a colder color; to the right, you get a warmer color, depends on the content and emotion you’d like to convey. For example, a warm candlelit dinner differs from a cold winter’s night in tint. 2. Color correction Now, let’s expand Color, we need to increase the exposure and brightness. The contrast looks good, so we won’t change it. Higher saturation makes the grass look greener, and the sky look bluer. It seems the saturation of her skin is too much. But we can avoid that by slightly decreasing the vibrance. 3. Light Light is a vital part in color grading. You can make changes solely on highlights, shadows, white color scale or black color scale. White and Black slide bars control the area that’s close to pure white color and pure black color respectively. 4. HSL Notice there’re 8 color options: red, orange, yellow, green, magenta, purple, blur, cyan. That means we can adjust each of the 8 analogous colors schemes in the video. For example, the grass land is in green colors scheme. Select green wheel, adjust hue a little bit, increase saturation and luminance, the grass land will look more vivid. If we need to change the color in the sky, just select blue wheel. Increase hue and sky becomes pink purple, isn’t it like in a unicorn fairytale? Decrease hue, and sky becomes green. I’d prefer natural blue sky. Luminance will have an impact too. 5. Vignette White or black vignette is available now. Left half of Amount is white vignette, right half is black vignette. You can customize your vignette by adjusting size, roundness, feather, exposure and highlight. In cinematic film look, Vignette is applied on messy background, so the distraction will be reduced and key objects will be highlighted. For this background which looks clean, no vignette is needed. 6. Comparison preview On the top right corner, there’s an eye icon. Click here and hold to check original screenshot. In addition, in Filmora 7.8, you can conveniently compare the footages before and after color grading. Click this button to save the edits you make as your preset. We name it Beauty, click OK and it will be under Custom in Preset library. 7. 3D Luts At last, I’d like to introduce 3D Luts. In the dropdown, you can find a lot of professional color grading presets, including some presets used in famous films like 007, Batman or 300, and easily apply them. Alternatively, you can download some 3D Luts files online and import in it. Here’re some websites to download free 3D Luts resources. Actually, if you select Preset, you’ll be presented with a list of 3D Luts with thumbnails. And select Custom, you can find the customized preset we just saved. Hope you find it useful in making your stunning videos. And download Filmora 7.8 free trial and easily make videos like a pro: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_howtocolorgrading Thanks for watching and subscribe for more interesting tips and tutorials, see you!
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How to Pull off a Fantastic Teleportation effect Using Filmora
 
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This tutorial shows you how to create a fantastic Star Trek Teleportation effect. Download Filmora free trial version to start your own: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Teleportationeffect If you’ve ever watched Star Trek, Jumper, or X-Men, you might be fascinated by the extraordinary power those heroes have to transfer themselves from one place to another instantaneously. This kind of cool sudden disappearance and appearance of a person from one point to another is called Teleportation, or Teletransportation, which as a video technique is often used in science fiction film. There’s really no such need to ask how this trick is achieved since it’s rather easy to achieve. Now follow our step-by-step guide to easily learn how you can make a successful teleportation video with Filmora video editor. Step1: Film the teleporter scenes First, film a scene without teleporter in. This will be used to serve as the very first shot in which teleporter will suddenly appear in later. Then determine all the positions your teleporter will appear later, and shoot separate scenes for each position. The actor will perform twice on each scene, one indicating he just arrives there, the other indicating he is about to leaving for the next position. Tips: Do make sure your camera is located in the same place when capturing all those video clips. Step2: Edit the teleportation video footage The only technique used in this part is cutting. Just drag all your videos to the media library of Filmora video editor, and then cut off unwanted frames or shots in your original footage. Step3: Add real elements to your scene to make your teleportation scene convincing A secret to make the effect really convincing is to add some video effects such as filters, elements, sound effects, background music etc. to your scene. Filmora has hundreds of cool special effects for you to choose from, you may select any one you like which fits the atmosphere of your video the best. Enjoyed the teleportation effect made with Filmora? Share your experience in the comment area!
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How to record computer screen: screen recording feature newly added in Filmora
 
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Filmora 6.8 is released! Click this link to upgrade for free: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Howtorecordcomputerscreen Screen recording is a brand-new feature in the Filmora 6.8 release. Users of Filmora can update for free to get access to all these new features. https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Howtorecordcomputerscreen No matter you want to create some video tutorials, record a game walkthrough, or prepare for a presentation, you will need to record your computer screen for one reason or another. In this video, we will show you the best way to capture your computer screen with just a few simple steps using Filmora Video Editor. To get started, make sure you have Filmora installed on your computer. If you haven’t downloaded this program yet, click the link in the description box below to visit the website: filmora.wondershare.com and hit the “Free Download” button. Once you open the program, navigate to the upper left corner of the interface, click the “Record” icon. There are two options: record from Webcam, or record PC screen. Let’s click the second one to bring up a screen recording panel. Before you start recording your screen, the very first thing you need to do is define the recording area. Filmora has three recording modes, you can either record full screen, customize the capture area by yourself, or record active window only. By customizing the width and height, you can define the target area freely. Drag this reposition icon to move other area, or drag the frame edges to enlarge or downscale the capture area as necessary. Sometimes we want the recording area to be a certain aspect ratio. By checking this chain icon, the recording area will then change with a fixed aspect ratio. The target window option will allow you to capture from any current active window, or you can just draw a recording area freely. Apart from video, you can also record audio with Filmora. Available sound sources include your speakers, microphone etc. Those are some major settings of the screen recording feature. In the lower right corner, there’s a tiny “settings” button which gives you more options. For example, you can: 1. change the path where the recorded video will be saved 2. set the desired frame rate, video quality, recording time 3. include or not include cursor movement and button clicks 4. use hotkeys to manage the recording process Once you’ve done with all the settings, now click the “Record” icon to start recording. Filmora will then start after 5-seconds countdown. After the recording is finished, the captured video will be automatically imported to the media library of Filmora for editing. That’s it. We hope you like this new feature of Filmora. If you want to know more about other two new features in the 6.8 version, go check out these videos!
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Best 3 YouTube Video Editor Alternatives for Chromebook
 
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Many people are wondering how to edit videos after YouTube Video Editor is shut down. Now we are going to introduce 3 best options available to edit video on a Chromebook. More vid tips: https://goo.gl/PbKrAv Option1: Wevideo https://youtu.be/XWhIl_3TAt4?t=16 Option2: Magisto https://youtu.be/XWhIl_3TAt4?t=124 Option 3: Video Editing Extensions https://youtu.be/XWhIl_3TAt4?t=178 Option1: Wevideo Wevideo is a simple but full featured online video editor for all skill levels. It has a user-friendly and intuitive interface coupled with great features. You can upload the media for your video from several sources such as Google Drive, Instagram, Facebook or Dropbox etc. Apart from being a powerful video editor, it can also be used to record screen and webcam. WeVideo includes a built-in Library of sound effects and royalty free music that you are able to use and access easily from within the program. In addition, the access to premium editing features and a music library that contains a hundred more songs is also available to paid users. You can also add text and titles to your video. For paid users, there are a lot more advanced text and title templates for your choice. With the wide array of video transitions effects option, you can choose from approximately 100 transition effects to artfully switch from one scene to the next. What’s more, it comes with many premade background video footage, perfect for YouTubers who want to make some great intro and outro clips. If you have no experience with video editing at all and prefer a much easier way to edit videos, you can choose from a wide selection of high-quality video templates made by professional designers. Feel free to register a free account and explore more features it offers. Option2: Magisto Magisto is another easy and fast online video editor that can be used to edit Chromebook videos. For those of you who don’t have the time to edit your own videos, you may want to take a look at this interesting tool. Magisto creates videos for you in what they say is ‘3 Easy Steps.’ Simply launch the application and select your video that you want to be made into a movie, next select a theme, then select a soundtrack – you are done! Magisto is an interesting online tool to keep around when you want to quickly condense a long video moment down for Instagram posting. Option 3: Use Video Editing Extensions The OS on Chromebook is designed to support web-based applications, but installing extensions for video editing is an option that will enable you to work with your video files on a Chromebook. Our recommended video editing extension for Chromebook is OpenShot Extension. It can be used to process some basic editing tasks. Interface is simple and doesn’t take long to get familiar with it. However, importing files to OpenShot extension is not an easy process which decreases the overall performance of the otherwise very impressive extension for Chromebooks. For more serious editing, we’d recommend to go for wevideo. Apart from these three options, there is more easy and free alternative video editor for Chromebook, click https://goo.gl/PbKrAv to check more. That’s it! Click here https://goo.gl/r1J1Zv to get more video editing tips and tricks! Thanks for watching!
Views: 45008 Filmora MVP
Quick tips:How to Stabilize Video
 
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This video will show you how to stabilize video easily! Check out Amazon Haul for shooting stable video: https://www.amazon.com/shop/filmoramvp Download Filmora: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=StabilizeVideo20180428 If you like this video, please subscribe and give it a Thumbs Up. Share and Comment below. Here are 6 easy ways to stabilize shaky video. #1 Easy and Creative ways The easiest way to shoot stable video by using Swivel chair, Flexible Phone Stand, notebook and bicycle. #2 Tripod #3 Camera slider #4 Slider Dolly Car #5 Stabilizer #6 Slow Motion
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Video Aspect Ratio: what it is and which one to choose?
 
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In this video we will introduce what is video aspect ratio and which one you should choose when editing your own movies. Learn more about video editing, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_VideoAspectRatio Recently we’ve got many users asking on our Youtube channel, why there’re black bars added to my video when I upload them to Youtube or edit them in Filmora Video Editor. Well, that is because the Aspect Ratio of your video is different from that of Youtube, or Filmora Video Editor. So what is Aspect Ratio and how to avoid those black bars? Aspect Ratio is the proportional relationship between the frame’s width and its height. The aspect ratio of your video is primarily determined by the dimensions of your camera’s sensor. Every digital camera or shooting devices come with a sensor of one or two aspect ratios. Simply put, on the one hand, we have aspect ratio for videos, which is determined by the camera that shoots it. On the other hand, video sharing websites and video editing software do have their preferred aspect Ratios. If the aspect ratio of those two doesn't match, there’ll be black bars added to the final video. 3 Most Common Aspect Ratios? The 3 most common aspect ratios in today’s video industry include 4:3(or 1.33:1), 16:9(or 1.77:1), and 21:9(or 2.35:1). There are many variations in addition to these but most video and film production uses one of these formats. 4:3 also known as standard screen or classic TV format, is the oldest aspect ratio used for traditional television and classic movies throughout the second half of the 20th Century. In modern times, 4x3 is sometimes adopted as the aspect ratio for IMAX film production. However it is no longer considered to be the best format for general use nowadays because the viewport is too narrow to simulate human vision. 16:9 or widescreen is replacing the traditional 4x3 ratio and widely used in todays’ video and television production. Most televisions, computer monitors, home video cameras and phones currently available, video sharing websites like Youtube etc. all use the 16:9 aspect ratio. 21:9 is an ultra-wide screen aspect ratio which is widely used in modern films. How to Remove Black bars? If you play a 21:9 ratio film on an average 16:9 TV, or upload a 4:3 video to Youtube, it will surely result in black bars around your video. To get rid of those black bars, you can use Filmora to crop your video to desired sizes. Which aspect ratio to choose? The Aspect Ratio not only determines the look of a video, but also plays an important role in a film’s feel and mood. For example, the 4:3 ratio will make your video feel like it’s from an older time and thus give it that old time movie look. However if you want to make your video feel like a modern Hollywood film, 16:9 or 21:9 ratio is a good choice. So there is no such a best aspect ratio, but the one that you like most is the best one.
Views: 29077 Filmora MVP
10 tips to make awesome travel videos
 
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You probably hope that the travel videos you make are as fascinating as what you actually see. Here're 10 tips to make awesome travel videos. Some footages were from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI_TLosUx5A&t=69s Check out this cool travel vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/kevinringli/featured ★★FREE DJI Spark Giveaway: https://goo.gl/4kV54u★★ Get DJI Phantom 4: http://amzn.to/2oRh4fH Get GoPro Hero 5: http://amzn.to/2pNRSnu 1. Choosing camera for your trip 2. accessories tips 3. creative angle trick 4. storytelling panning 5. slow motion tips 6. travel video music 7. how about color grading 8. text effects- more than text 9. fancy video effects tips 10. transition tips 1. Camera tips Speaking of camera, the first thing in your head might be your cellphone. Today, a lot of smart phones have outstanding cameras that are capable to shoot high quality videos. It’s pretty easy to carry for travelers. Another widely used device is DV, it’s just not that convenient comparing to cellphones. Nowadays, Gopro has been a choice of many to shoot outdoor videos, but the downside is that it has small screen or no screen. If you wanna try cool shooting angles, like aerial photography, drone is definitely the best option. Due to the size and weight, it’s nice to take on a road trip, but not suitable for long-haul flight. 2. accessories tips If you use smart phone or Gopro, remember to take a handheld stabilizer or selfie stick. Therefore, you can avoid shakiness when you’re recording while hiking. Like this. And here’s one thing to keep in mind before you set off: prepare some alternative SD cards and batteries. 3. angle tricks Try to shoot video from some unusual angles. Learn to make some basic close-up and scenery shot, then you’ll have diverse footages to make up a good video. 4. panning tips Panning usually makes the video more interesting. When using a handheld stabilizer, remember to move slowly and steadily, so the motion you show can tell a story that’ll engage people in. 5. slow motion tips Sometimes, you can apply slow motion on portrait or views. That could convey a totally different emotion. 6. travel music tips Find background music before you start editing the video, in that way, you know the overall emotion of the video and pull clips together accordingly. The video and music will match with the same feeling, creating an integrated visual and auditory experience to get people involved in your story. 7. color grading tips You might wanna get your footages some color tuning and make it look more beautiful. If you think color tuning is too professional and sophisticated, there’re some preset templates for you to simply add on. 8. text effects tips Text is not only something to express your message, but also a kind of element decorating the video. Try adding some good looking text in your travel video like this, and you’ll find that you’ve taken it to the next level! 9. video effects tips Have you ever thought of adding some funny and catching effects, like these? These look complex to design, but actually, it can be done with few simple steps. Although video effects can make your video cooler, don’t overwhelm a travel video with these. Because we want to keep the focus on wonderful moments in your trip, don’t want to be distracted by those effects. So, let’s keep it fancy, yet simple. 10. transition tips If you put 2 video footages together and it’s awkward to play from one to another, adding a beautiful transition will work. See. A good transition not only makes 2 clips play smoothly, but also enhances the rhythm and pace of a video, don’t you think so? Hope you enjoy the video and you can download Filmora video editor to edit your epic travel video : https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_traveltips
Views: 423030 Filmora MVP
Best Photo Editor for PC 2017: fotophire Photo Editing Toolkit
 
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Try it Free now: https://goo.gl/J4Ewh3 Introducing a powerful and easy photo editor, perfect for both business and personal use. It offers 200 photo effects; but also intelligently removes the background of your photo, or erases the watermark, unwanted objects or scratches from your photo without affecting the background. Editing photo isn’t always sophisticated and time consuming, with Wondershare Fotophire, you can easily make professional looking images. Now we’ll show you how to fix or retouch your photos with fotophire right away! If you haven’t had it yet, click https://goo.gl/J4Ewh3 to visit photo.wondershare.com, and click Try It Free button to download a free trial. When you open it, you’ll see an interface like this, displaying you several editing tools to get started. NO.1、Remove or change background In start interface, select Photo Cutter and you’ll land on this media library. For first time user, we recommend you to start with a sample photo under Tutorial, so you’ll learn how to use this simple program with this interactive step-by-step guide. Alright, let’s click Open and import a photo to be edited. Now you’ll see this self-explanatory editing interface. On the top, there’re options to undo, redo, export, print or directly share the outcome to Facebook. On the bottom, there’re options like preview aspect ratio, zoom in or out, etc. On the right panel are the key editing features. To get a transparent background, click Paint Areas to Remove under Cut-out module, adjust the brush size, and simply mark on the background. You don’t even have to be precise, simply draw few lines and the background will be automatically removed. To refine a little bit, you can use Paint Areas to Keep tool or Erase Painting Tool until you’re satisfied with the result. Other than saving a transparent background, you can also place the cutout object on a different background, using our preset templates in Photomontage module, or your own image. In addition, there’s a crop tool which allows you to easily crop the photo in your way, using one of the popular dimention presets or type in your desire aspect ratio. NO.2、Remove unwanted objects To do that, select Photo Eraser first. Again you can learn how to use this tool in minutes with the built in tutorial. Let’s click Open and import an image. In this similar interface, you’ll see that there’re several selection tools to erase objects. With brush in right size, you can simply mark an unwanted object on your photo. In 1 click, the sheep is removed while the background is reconstructed instantly. You can also select the object with a lasso tool. Even semi tranparent fonts like watermark or date stamps, can be easily removed, without affecting the background. Under the Erase module, there’s a clone tool for you to clone and stamp any part of the photo in one click. You can do precision clone with same distance using Align mode, or turn it off to customize where you want to stamp. Another practical use of clone stamp is to erase objects, blemishes or damages by cloning a surrounding area and stamp on them. NO.3、Retouch your photo To fix poor lighting or add something extra, select Photo Editor, and import your photo. You’ll see the same style interface with more retouching features on the right panel. In Effects library, there’re over 100 nice filters in various styles. You can easily turn your photo into a piece of art. Crop provides you numerous options as mentioned before. Adjustment is where you can correct color, adjust white balance, saturation and temperature, etc, or brighten or darken the tones along a curve line. Need a better depth of field? You can use creative blur to choose where you want to focus or blur. And how does a vignette effect sounds like? Under frames, there’re over 80 templates to frame your artwork. You can choose a nice one and customize the size. Texture Module provides you 40 overlay effects to unleash your creativity on your masterpiece. Last but not least, you can add text on your photo with a choice of many fonts too. Alright, hope this video helps you learn how to easily edit photo with Wondershare Fotophire, and take your artwork to the next level. Now visit https://goo.gl/J4Ewh3 and start your free trial. Oh, you know what, if you purchase a license by the end of October, you can enjoy a $40 off discount now. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe for more interesting tips coming up!
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Best 3 Free Green Screen Software for Win & Mac Users
 
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There’re tons of green screen software out there, but most are complex and pricey. Today, I’ll show you 3 free tools to make amazing green screen videos. 1. Green screen software for Win only: https://youtu.be/2KUf_gcPhlo?t=43 2. Green screen software for Mac only: https://youtu.be/2KUf_gcPhlo?t=117 3. Green screen software for Win & Mac: https://youtu.be/2KUf_gcPhlo?t=184 *Get Powerful green screen editor free trial: https://goo.gl/LYajiA Green Screen, also known as Chroma key, is a kind of special video effects often used in filmmaking. The idea is to create a pure green background which is then made transparent and replaced with different virtual backgrounds you want. This way you can superimpose anything or anyone onto virtual backgrounds so as to create some amazing visual effects. 1. VSDC. VSDC is a free professional video editing program, only available on windows for now. Here’s how to make green screen video with it. First of all, create a new project, and import green screen clip and background video to the program. You can simply do that by dragging the files to the timeline. Next, right click on the green screen footage. Find Video Effects, then Transparency, and select background remover. It pops up a dialogue asking if you want to apply chroma key on the entire clip or just part of the clip. Alright, in the background remover settings panel beside the preview window, click the eyedrop icon and select the green color that needs to be removed. In one click, the green background is made transparent. You can upgrade to pro version to customize the intensity level and clear it up. 2. iMovie. If you use Mac computer, you can find iMovie right in your launch pad. iMovie is a well-known video editor, but as a matter of fact, you can also edit green screen video on iMovie. First things first, open iMovie and import your green screen footage and background videos. Add your background clip to the timeline, and then green screen footage. Select the green screen footage, and click Video Overlay Settings above the preview window. In the drop down menu, choose Green/Blue Screen. Voila, the green background is removed! Use the softness bar to optimize the result. But note that if it’s too much, the object will look transparent. Another helpful tool is this clean-up, which can be used to erase any unwanted part of the footage. So that’s how to make green screen video on this Mac only tool, iMovie. Now, I’m going to introduce another powerful green screen tool, available on both Windows and Mac. 3. Filmora. Next we will show you how to shoot a green screen footage outdoors and use Filmora to replace the background. If you haven’t downloaded this program yet, click the link in the description box below to visit the website: filmora.wondershare.com and hit the “Free Dowload” button. First, Launch Filmora, and then hit Full Feature Mode. Import your green screen footage to the media library and then drag it to the PIP track on the timeline like this. Move your cursor over to the green screen clip, and then right click on it, choose Green Screen from the drop down menu to enter the editing interface. Move your cursor over to the green screen clip and double click to bring up the settings window, and then hit Advanced there. Enter the Effect tab, check "Make parts of this video transparent", there you can choose to make the green color transparent and adjust the intensity level to get the best result you want. More settings such as Shadow, borders are available right below. You can also rotate the green screen clip with the Flip option. Once you’ve done singling out the green part, go back to the media library, and import a background clip. By dragging the background clip to the video track on the timeline, you will see the background appear in the transparent parts immediately. Besides capturing green screen clips by yourself, you can also download some free green screen resources online to make your own green screen video with ease! That’s it! Download a free trial version of Filmora video Editor at filmora.wondershare.com and start your own experience today! Subscribe to our channel to get more tips to come! Thanks for watching!
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3 Ways to Stabilize Shaky GoPro or Travel Videos
 
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Have shaky footages ever frustrated you when you tried to make an awesome travel video or outdoor sports video? Today we’ll introduce 3 ways to stabilize shaky footages so you can create professional looking videos. More info: https://goo.gl/EMHyXN No. 1 Gimbal stabilizer Other than a quality camera, there’re a growing number of hardware accessories you can try. When you shoot videos with a cell phone or GoPro while you’re walking or panning, shaky footages are inevitable. In this case, a gimbal stabilizer can minimize the shakiness. In addition, some top cameras come with stabilization mode, so remember to check and turn it on if yours has it. No. 2 With Filmora Video Editor With Filmora action cam mode, fixing shaky footages is as easy as 1 click. If you haven’t got it yet, click https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=getcreative_stabilize and download a free trial of Filmora. Then, open it and select Action Cam Tool. In this simple interface, you can import your footages to Filmora, and select Fix. Then, simply check Stabilization and drag to adjust the intensity level. You can also view the effect in preview window on the right and determine the proper adjust level. Note that in stabilization mode, your footage will be cropped a little bit, and cropped area will expand as you increase the intensity level. Now, let’s see how stabilization in Filmora makes a difference. No.3 With Youtube Video Editor If you’re a youtuber, you can stabilize the video on your Youtube as well. Just upload your video to Youtube, and in Creator studio, choose video manger and select to edit your video. In the playback page, select enhancement. In this basic online editor, you can simply check Stabilize, and it will fix your shakiness right away. However, Youtube video editor does not allow you to adjust intensity level and it will compress your outcome video to some degree, so your Youtube video may not be in the same quality before you upload it. Alright, so these are 3 simple ways to stabilize your shaky video, if you’d like easy yet powerful stabilization feature along with stunning video effects, just visit https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=getcreative_stabilize and download Filmora free trial. Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe for more interesting tips and tricks about video making.
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How to Add Watermark to Video: Easiest & Free Way
 
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In this video we are going to show you two simple ways to establish ownership of your videos by adding logos to them. Download Filmora Free Trial here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=advanced_howtoaddwatermark Method 1-The Easy Way: Add a Logo in Post-production with Filmora The first and easiest way to do this is to use the overlay feature in Filmora. This allows you to author your own videos before publishing. The only thing you need to do is install Filmora on your computer. To get started, import your video files and image watermark to the media library of Filmora. Drag and drop the video clip to the video track here on the timeline, and drag the image logo to the PIP layer which is right under the video track. As we can see from the preview window, the image logo has already been overlaid to the video. Now drag the handles here to resize the logo, or reposition it to the lower left or right corner of your video. It’s always best to use images with transparent backgrounds so that the logo can be perfectly embedded to any of your videos. If however the logo has background colors and doesn't look right when added to your video, we can easily make the background color transparent with Filmora. Just select the image logo on the PIP track, and then click this “Green Screen” button here to enter the green screen editing panel. Check “Make parts of this video transparent”, and move the cursor over the background color and click. Click OK to apply; we will see the background color in the logo is now made transparent. Method 2- The Free Way to Add Logos to Existing Videos on Youtube In case you want to add logos to your existing videos that have already been published on Youtube, the branding watermark feature of Youtube will do the work. First, login to your Youtube account, click to enter the “Creator Studio” from the top right corner of the page. Next, go over the left hand side and go to the Branding section. Click the “Add a watermark” button. If you can’t find this setting anywhere, make sure that you are viewing the “Creator Studio” page and the Channel section is expanded. Now Click “Choose File” to select a logo from your computer, and then click Save. It is suggested that you use image files containing only the logo with a transparent background. Once the image file is uploaded, you will see a small preview of it at the top of the window. Click Save to apply. You can set the time to display your logos here. Available options like display it at the end of each video, during the entire video or from a custom point. Click Update. Now you will be able to see the logo appear on any of your existing videos right away. That’s it! I hope you learned how to add logos to your videos.
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Best Video Editor for Action Cams |Introducing Action Cam Tool in Filmora
 
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Download Filmora for Free: https://filmora.wondershare.com/ 1 in 2 camcorders sold today is an action cam. Because of their ease of use, stability, and capability of shooting 4K resolution videos at as high as 240 fps, they are must haves for many athletes and adrenaline junkies. Action cams produce great videos, but there’re drawbacks. A few common problems we constantly have including Fisheye distortion, shaky videos, and background noises etc. In this video, we are going to show you how you can quickly and easily adjust wide-angle distortion, smooth out shaky footage, and remove background noises from your action cam, all with one powerful action cam video editing tool in Filmora. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, click the link in the description box below to visit the website: filmora.wondershare.com and hit the “Free Download” button. First, open Filmora. You will find five sections on the welcome panel. Up here it’s an aspect ratio menu, where you can choose to edit your video as widescreen or Instagram mode etc. Down here you can enter the full feature mode, where you get all the editing tools offered in Filmora. Here are three more auxiliary editing tools. They are Easy Mode, Instant Cutter, and Action Cam tool. In this video we will mainly introduce you the Action Cam Tool. Click here to enter Action Cam Tool. Now let’s import a sample footage recorded with Gopro Hero 5 Black. As you can notice the footage is distorted around the corner. So first thing we are going to do is remove this distortion. On the upper left corner, there’s a Lens Correction option. First we will need to check it, and then choose your Action Cam brand. For example, I’m using a Gopro Hero 5 Black, Rsolution is 4K wide. As soon as the settings are selected, the distortion is gone. It’s extremely easy and fast. Filmora supports almost all Gopro models. What’s more, a few other Action cam brands like Sony, Panasonic are also supported. If you can’t find your target model in this list, you can choose one of those listed to proceed as well. The most important thing is you should select the right resolution. You can further adjust the final result with this Adjust Level slider bar. Now the distortion issue is fixed. Let’s move on to fix the shaky footage issue. Select Stabilization, this feature will allow you to stabilize your video, further drag the slider bar, you can further make fine adjustments. Lastly, we are going to fix the background noise issue. First let’s check the original sound of this footage. To remove the noise, just select Audio Denoise and this will be applied immediately. Let’s check the result now. Likewise you can make fine adjustments by dragging this slider bar below. Apart from 3 features introduced above, the Action Cam Tool in Filmora also allows you to change video speed and adjust video color. You can further check tutorial videos below to learn more about those features. Now click “Export” to save the final video. That’s it for this video. Hope you learned how to use the Action Cam tool in filmora. Subscribe to our channel to get more interesting video editing tutorials!
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Best Video Cutter for Action Cams |Introducing Instant Cutter Tool in Filmora
 
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In this video we are going to introduce you a lossless video cutting tool in Filmora, which is called Instant Cutter. More about Filmora, check here: http://filmora.wondershare.com/ Instant Cutter tool allows you to trim and merge large action cam raw video files instantly and export them without encoding, which means the final quality is lossless. First, open Filmora. You will find five features on the welcome panel. Up here it’s an aspect ratio menu, where you can choose to edit your video as widescreen or Instagram mode etc. Down here you can enter the full feature mode, where you get all the editing tools offered in Filmora. Here are three more auxiliary editing tools. They are Easy Mode, Instant Cutter, and Action Cam tool. In this video we will mainly introduce you the instant cutter tool, this feature allows you to instantly cut or combine large video files and export without encoding. Ok Let’s get right into it! Click Instant Cutter to enter, we get a simple and easy to use interface. Basically you can use Instant Cutter to do two things, Trim or Merge. These features might sound too simple and easy to you but the advantage here is that you can export within a second and there’s no quality loss at all. On the contrary if you edit videos with Full feature mode, the final video is encoded and quality will be lossy. Click Open File and let’s import a video clip recorded in 4K with a drone. As we can see clips in the first half minute are useless. By cutting those out we can save lots of disk space. Starting from here we get the clip we want to insert to our video project. Now click “Set In Point” button to locate our starting point, by doing this we can instantly cut out unwanted parts. Further drag the slider bar towards right and find the ending point, and click “Set Out Point” button. This clip is what we want to use in our project. Click Export, now choose a saving path and then click OK. Since there’s no encoding process you will notice the export process is extremely fast. What’s more you can export many more clips from same footage. Click “Add Segment”, you can trim another clip. Likewise choose an in and out point to export. You can trim unlimited clips. All trimmed clips will be automatically load to the library here. Click on any one of them you can further make changes. Click Export to export three clips in batch. It’s very fast. Next let’s take a look at the Merge feature, which allows you to merge a few video clips and export with zero quality loss. As we all know action cams will record long hours of footage and then save them in several clips. This feature enables you to cut out any unwanted parts and merge all them into one without quality loss. Please note though, clips to be merged with this tool must have same video formats, resolution as well as FPS. Click Export, and rename the video file. Here you can directly import the final video to full feature mode in Filmora for further editing. When finished, we will automatically enter the Full feature mode. And the final video file is imported to the media library automatically. You can further add some titles, filters and other video effects etc, That’s it. Hope you learned how to use the instant cutter tool in filmora. Subscribe to our channel to get more interesting video editing tutorials!
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Best Free Android Video Editing App - Edit Videos with FilmoraGo |Tutorial
 
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In this video, we will introduce a free and full featured video editing application for Android phones, with full effects and publishing features. Download free Android video editor FilmoraGo here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/filmorago-video-editing-app/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=WhatsNew_BestFreeAndroidVideoEditingApp Visit Amazon Store here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/filmoramvp Today’s Android phones are pretty good at recording videos, and yet turning your raw footage into something more published is another story. With Wondershare FilmoraGo, editing videos on the fly and publishing them directly to social networks such as Facebook, Youtube etc. is a breeze. FilmoraGo is a powerful video editing software for Android that has almost all the editing functionalities you’d need from a PC editing program. It not only includes all the basic editing features such as trimming/merging/cropping/rotating videos, adding background music or voiceovers to videos, but also comes with lots of cool special effects such as overlay and filter effects, animated text and title effects, motion elements etc., making it as simple as possible to turn your photos and videos into something extraordinary with your Android phone. Let’s see how it works right away. First launch the app on your phone, and then tap this CREATE NEW VIDEO icon to enter the interface. You will be guided to import videos stored on your device for editing. Or by swiping the screen to the left, you can choose to import photos, or load videos from Facebook or Instagram for editing. Now select a video clip, and click Next to enter the editing panel. You can preview your original video by clicking this Play button. Tap on the thumbnail of the video clip, you will be presented with lots of editing options. For example, you can: 1. trim videos 2. add filters from a large library of different filter effects 3. apply overlay effects to add some different elements or atmosphere to your video, or give your video some old time movie look 4. add some fun, fashionable motion elements to draw attention to the fine details so as to take your video to a new level of professional and enjoyable entertainment 5. Insert animated text and title effects to your video. By tapping on the text area, you will be able to customize the text content that will appear on your video. 6. Make a copy of the current video clip 7. Mute or unmute the original audio 8. Rotate your video clip, or delete it Once you’ve done your editing work, you may want to add some background music for your video. By tapping the Music icon on the right sidebar, you will be guided to the built-in music library of FilmoraGo. The music library is a hand chosen compilation of artists from the Pacific Northwest, with genres ranging from Hispter Folk to Electric Pop. All these music are licensed and free to use, so feel free to choose any you like to apply to the video. What’s more, except for the built-in music resources, you can add your own music or audio files as well. The Plus icon in the lower right corner of the interface allows you to import more video or photos for editing at the same time. With all your clips selected, you can order them in the timeline as you want. Just long-press and hold a clip to re-order it. Although editing videos with FilmoraGo is quite easy, a much simpler way to enhance your raw footages is to apply the built-in themes. Under the Themes library on the right sidebar, you will find lots of themes, such as the Christmas theme, Chaplin theme etc. Tapping on any one of them, you will be able to apply the theme to your video. There will be more themes added in the next versions. Before exporting your video, you may want to adjust the aspect ratio of the video. FilmoraGo offers several popular choices. For example, if you are going to upload your videos to Instagram, exporting at 1:1 is a good choice. Or choose to export at 16:9 if it’s for Youtube. What’s more, you can add a frame to it so as to give your video that modern film look. Once you are finished, click on the Save button on the upper right corner, FilmoraGo will save your project in your device. You can further share your video to social networks such as Youtube, vimeo, Instagram etc. That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this video. Subscribe to your channel to get more interesting video editing tutorials!
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Top5 Amazing Smartphone Camera Accessories! You must try!
 
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Film better with your iPhone or any smartphone with a camera~ Check out the list of Best Smartphone Accessories on my Amazon shop here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/filmoramvp No.1 Waterproof bag Summer is coming. A good and affordable waterproof bag can bring you lots of fun in your summer life. You can take it to swim, to dive, and even take photos for the fishes in your fish tank at home. Anything about underwater photography is worth to try. But how to choose a good waterproof bag? You don’t want your phone getting wet. So you can just put in a tissue and test it whether the water can come in or not. No.2 Selfie Flash light Speaking of selfies, this Selfie Ring light is pretty useful when the lighting isn’t the best, especially for those Online Stars doing a live show with their smartphone. Simply just clamp over top of your iPhone or Android camera, switch to turn on the light. Let's see the comparison, which is pretty good, right? This one we can see here is much more functional than the last one, because it contains a pair of lenses, a 0.6 x wide-angle lens and a 15x macro lens to help you capture more around you. If you don’t want them, just take them off. You can slightly touch the switch to change the light color, followed by white, warm and cold light. No.3 Camera Lens Kit As a big fan of mobile photography, I highly recommend you these lenses such as wide-angle lens, fisheye lens, macro lens and this kind of starlight lens can bring a totally different visual experience, rather than original phone cameras. Besides, I would like to introduce you this special filter lens, which can make the color more natural under the burning sunlight. That makes the sky bluer and the leaves even greener. Moreover, it can remove some reflected light from the glass or water, like this. Ok, all lenses mentioned above are got from a kit, that you can choose whichever you want in addition to the standard 3 in 1 kit. This kit concludes 5 lenses in total, which is way cheaper than an advanced smartphone. No.4 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer If you like shooting with your smartphone, I would say having a handheld gimbal stabilizer is so important. It can remove any shakiness at video recording when you are walking. Plus most of them comes at an affordable price and I highly recommend them as something must buy if you are a YouTuber creator, and looking for something in a budget. No.5 Selfie Stick Speaking of Selfie stick, I believe all of you know how to use it. No matter when you are travel alone or with a group of people, it can help a lot, and wide-angel lens and fisheye lens will be a good match as well. ★★FREE Download Wondershare Filmora : https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=tips 7 smart phone photography tips & tricks 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NtrO4y_Gtw Quick tips:How to Stabilize Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f10GmpxJoBE This 10 Easy Steps Will Make Your Video More Professional https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQGDVdv_Dq4 Thanks for watching! Hope you enjoy the video and you can download Filmora to make your smartphone videos more professional.
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How to Remove Audio or Noise from Video
 
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This tutorial will show you how to edit/remove audio from your videos using Wondershare Filmora. Download Filmora video editor for free: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_HowtoRemoveAudio When you shoot an amazing video and thinking about sharing it, have you been embarrassed by the noisy background sound? Now, we’ll show you how to remove audio from your video, enhance it or replace with soothing music. Quick steps: 1. Launch the software and choose "Full Feature Mode". 2. Click "Import" to add your clips to the Media Library. Then place your video on the video track of the timeline. 3. To change the original audio track, right click the clip and choose “Audio Detach”. Right click the detached audio and hit “Delete”. Then drop the music file to the music track. Use the split maker to split it. Here double click the music file to further edit it. 4. To add sound effect, go the “Sound” tab. Double click the thumbnail to hear the effect. Then drag and drop the effect down to the Timeline to apply. 5. You can also click the “Voiceover” button to record and add your own voiceover.
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Filmora 8.5 Released with 8 Amazing New Features
 
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Filmora has just come out with a new version, the Filmora 8.5. It is considered as one of the biggest upgrade this year with 8 amazing new features. Update for free here: http://filmora.wondershare.com/ Let’s take a quick look at what this new version has to offer! 1. 2 More Aspect Ratio Options Once you update to the latest Filmora 8.5 and launch the program, you will find two new aspect ratio options in the drop down menu: 9x16 format as well as 1x1 format. 9x16 is a vertical format used for editing videos shot by mobile phones, whereas 1x1 is a square format usually used for making Instagram videos. 2. Give Your Video a Blurry Background In Filmora 8.5, you can easily add a background blur in a few clicks. Go to the Filters tab, there’s Background blur category, where you can find many background blur templates. Just drag and drop one you like to the Filter track on the timeline below, the blurry background effect will be automatically applied to your video. Double click on the selected filter, you can further adjust its width, color and scales level. 3. Pan & Zoom Effect for Photo Footages This feature is specifically designed for image files. For example, if the image file has a different size from the aspect ratio you choose for your project (9:16 in this case), we can utilize it to make the image fit into the background canvas so as to avoid any black bars. Just right click on the image, select “Photo placement” from the drop down menu:  the “Fit” mode is what you see right on the preview window now,  “Crop to Fit” mode will crop out part of the image so that it fits into the background canvas without black bars. Click to preview and you will find the image is still without animations.  With the “Pan and Zoom” feature you can further add a pan and zoom effect to the image, which is very useful for those who use images a lot. What’s more, go to File Settings, on the popup window you can choose a default mode. For example, if we choose “Pan & Zoom” mode, all images you add to the timeline later on will be applied to the same effect. 4. Get Creative with Frame Overlays Go to Overlays there’s a new Frame overlays category added to the library, where you will find many frame overlay templates which allows you to add some creative borders to your video. Double click on the overlay to further adjust its Alpha. One most amazing effect is the Cinema 21x9, drag it to the timeline below to apply and you will find that your video is suddenly rendered into modern cinema widescreen format, which is often used in movies. Likewise, double click on it you will be able to further adjust its border and alpha value. Please be aware though, frame overlays will get you the best result only if you choose to edit video projects using 16x9 widescreen aspect ratio. There will be some sort of distortion once it’s used in other formats. 5. Unlimited Control Over Video Speed For Filmora users one most amazing news is that with Filmora 8.5, you can now have unlimited control over the video speed. You can type in any number-down to the third decimal point, to change the video speed. Or directly type in the duration time to change the speed. It’s very convenient and easy to use. Camera shake effect is a long awaited feature. Filmora 8.5 allows you to fake camera shakes in many ways. Just go to Filters, there’s a newly added category called SHAKE, where you will find 8 most used shake effects. Drag it to the timeline to apply. 6. Camera Shake Effect Camera shake effect is a long awaited feature. Filmora 8.5 allows you to fake camera shakes in many ways. Just go to Filters, there’s a newly added category called SHAKE, where you will find 8 most used shake effects. Drag it to the timeline to apply. 7. PIP Opacity &Blending Mode PIP opacity& blending mode is a very interesting new feature, which is more familiar to designers who use Photoshop a lot. Don’t be fooled by the term, it’s actually very easy to use. You can drag a video footage to the timeline below, and then drag another video clip to the PIP track. Now double click on the PIP track to access the advanced editing panel, there’s a newly added module called COMPOSITING. From the drop down menu you can choose from several different blending modes. Place the cursor here and slide it to get an overview on different results. Often times the particle footages or optical flares footages we download from online footage websites have a black background, which is impossible to remove or overlay. In this case we can easily remove the black background with the Screen blending mode. What’s more we can further adjust the opacity of the PIP track. Use your imagination and you will get many unexpected gorgeous results.
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How to DIY Green Screen or Chroma Key Backdrop at ZERO Cost
 
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Enable the subtitles if you can't hear it clear enough :D In this video, we will show you two simple ways you can rely on to DIY a fantastic green screen backdrop for your green screen video at lowest costs. More info about Filmora, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoDIYGreenScreen Hi there, this is Henry from Filmora. In the last episode, I introduced some tips about choosing green background and shooting green screen. We’ve received a lot of feedbacks, some of which asked, what if I need green background but I don’t want to spend 50 dollars for that? Today, I’m going to show you 2 solutions of getting green background at your lowest cost. Solution 1: printer paper. You see this sheet of A3-size printer paper? I’m going to make it our green background. Maybe you have doubts cos its size can barely covers my head. But, look at these. I’ve printed a stack of printer papers and pasted it on the wall with adhesive tape. How to make it? Simply open an Office Word doc, in Page Layout, choose Background Color and select green. Then just print it. Remember to cut out the white margin on the side. And there you go, a green screen… close enough. Solution 2: large LCD TV with no glass, no reflection See the green background behind me? It’s actually a large LCD TV showing the pure green image I found. That’s it. I’m sure many of you have that in your home. But, if your TV is not LCD, it has crystal glass on it, it will reflect the light and the background will be messed up. These 2 solutions are easy to prepare and inexpensive. You might make green background with other cheap materials, like green cloth, green curtain, or you might just have a side of walls painted in green… don’t hesitate to share your solutions in the comment. I’m sure there’re creative, crazy or even mind blowing ideas in the comment. If you haven’t installed it yet, click the link in the bottom to download Filmora free on our website https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoDIYGreenScreen
Views: 64972 Filmora MVP
Free iPhone Video Editor: Complete Guide on How to Edit Videos on iPhone with FilmoraGo iOS
 
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In this video, we will show you a completely free robust video editing app for iPhone: FilmoraGo for iOS. Get it for free here: http://filmora.wondershare.com/filmorago-video-editing-app/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=WhatsNew_FreeiPhoneVideoEditor In our last videos, we’ve shown you the best free Android video editor app you can use to edit videos on the go. In this video, we will be further showing you a decent free video editing app on iPhone, which is our newly released FilmoraGo for iOS. This free application allows you to do most editing work you can accomplish with a robust PC video editor, everything from basic trimming to adding transitions, filters, background music, voiceovers, titles, video effects etc., video editing is a breeze on the iPhone. To get started, get FilmoraGo from the App store, and launch the app on your iPhone. To start editing videos, just tap on the Create New Video button to enter the interface. Once you've imported media files such as video clips or photos stored in your iPhone, you can do quite a lot of editing work on the video clips, such as: 1. trimming videos 2. rotating videos 3. adjusting video speed/audio speed 4. adjusting audio volume 5. changing aspect ratios 6. adding transitions, filters, overlays, elements and dozens of other special video effects 7. adding background music, sound effects, voiceovers to videos and much more! Explore the best free iPhone video editing app by yourself now and let us know if you have any questions or feedbacks. http://filmora.wondershare.com/filmorago-video-editing-app/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=WhatsNew_FreeiPhoneVideoEditor
Views: 304397 Filmora MVP
How to Add Background Music and Voiceover in Video
 
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Here's how to add a background music to your video to better convey your theme and emotion? Or add your voiceover to an educational video to make it more professional? Now, we’ll show you how to add, enhance or replace the audio in your video. Download Filmora Video Editor for free: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_HowtoChangeBackgroundMusic
Views: 39214 Filmora MVP
Creative Camera Angles for Optical Illusion Prank
 
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In this video, we'll show you how to get creative with camera angles and forced perspective to generate optical illusions. More tips and tricks, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_CreativeCameraAngles
Views: 24963 Filmora MVP
Martial Arts Pack
 
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Fierce fighting effects
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How to Make A Split Screen Video in Wondershare Filmora
 
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a split-screen video effect in Filmora. Free Download&Learn more tips: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_HowtoMakeASplitScreenVideo Split-screen is a special video effect often used in filmmaking industry. As can be seen from its name, Split screen is a technique with which you display two or more video clips on one screen simultaneously, allowing you to tell an enticing story or create some very special visual effects. Follow the step-by-step guide elaborated in the video to learn how you can do a split screen in Wondershare Filmora video editor. To get started, you will need to download a free trial version of this split-screen tool at the website https://filmora.wondershare.com/. ***FAQ*** Q: Is the download free? Is it legal to download? A: Download of the free trial version is completely for free. Filmora allows you to try before you buy. Q: Is this a malware/Adsware? A: Filmora is completely Ads free and 100% safe for you to download. Q: Do I have access to its full split screen features with the trial version? A: The trial version works exactly the same as the registered version. That means you will have full access to the split screen features. Except there will be a watermark added to the final video, learn how to remove Filmora watermark here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ_HwZKnN1A ****** How to make a split-screen video? Step1: load your media files to the program. This can be video clips shot by yourself. Or you can also use video footage provided by Filmora. Step2: Choosing a split screen layout which fits your project the most. Then drag it to the video track on the timeline below. Step3: Drag and drop each one of your photos or videos to the desired area in the layout. And then adjust the borders, starting point, sound etc. to manage the appearance of your split screen video. Step4: After you've done with all the adjustments. Click "Export" to save your final video. Making split screen videos is just that easy! Do you have any questions during your editing process? Come and leave it in the comment area below.
Views: 149250 Filmora MVP
Yi 4K VS GoPro Hero 5 Ultimate Comparison
 
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Head to head comparison and real battle between GoPro Hero 5 and Yi 4k in photo& video quality test, low light test, slow motion test, stabilization test, and of course battery life test. More info: https://goo.gl/8J0jt4 ★★DJI Spark FREE Giveaway: https://goo.gl/bDDiQB★★ Get Yi 4K: http://amzn.to/2ojEd7j Get GoPro Hero 5: http://amzn.to/2pNRSnu Shortcut: ☞Video Quality Test(daylight): https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=5 ☞Low Light Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=28 ☞Photo Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=50 ☞Slow Motion Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=74 ☞Touchscreen Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=134 ☞Waterproof Review: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=151 ☞Stabilization Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=168 ☞Microphone Test: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=198 ☞Voice control Review: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=156 ☞Battery life review: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=219 ☞Conclusion: https://youtu.be/BSa4-CY7Btc?t=254
Views: 145047 Filmora MVP
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 Ultimate Camera Comparison
 
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Today we are going to do a side-by-side camera comparison between iPhone X and the Note 8. More about Filmora: http://filmora.wondershare.com/ #1. Front-facing cameras When capturing portrait in front-lighting condition, Note 8 camera adds a bit of make-up effect to the portrait so that we get an instant skin texture enhancement. However with the iPhone X, we get a more realistic skin tone. Let’s turn around and see how these two cameras work in backlighting. The backgrounds in both cameras are now completely overexposed. However when we take a closer look, the Note 8 ended up showing a bit more details than the iPhone X, but just a little bit. #2. Rear-facing Cameras When we compare two portraits taken with both devices, both of them delivers great result. However, if we zoom in a little bit, we will notice that the background in the portrait taken with Note 8 is more soft and blurrier whereas the background looks sharper on the iPhone X. #3. Stabilization Test Test videos are recorded in 4K at 30fps. Both devices have optical image stabilization in rear cameras. As seen from the actual results, both phones are doing an average job without too much difference in terms of performance. #4. Burst Mode Test When shooting static objects in burst mode, there isn’t much notable difference. Now let’s see how they work when we shoot the dynamic traffic flow. Note 8 performs well with its shutter speed still being very fast. However with the iPhone X, the shutter speed is turned down to almost half. This is just a basic test of the burst mode in both devices. Let's long press the shutter and do a side-by-side comparison. Both phones start to capture continuously. The continuous capturing speed with Note 8 is much faster than iPhone X. Note 8 stops capturing when it finishes the first 100 shots, whereas iPhone X doesn’t have a limit and continues to capture. When Note 8 takes 100 pictures, iPhone X has just finished less than 60. Now we are pretty sure the Note 8 wins a bit in terms of continuous capturing speed. Photo taken by iPhone X tends to have a higher level of contrast and sharpness, and yet the final quality doesn’t outperform the note 8. The difference in terms of fine details isn’t noticeable as well even when zoomed in to approximately 500%. #5. Autofocus Test Test videos are recorded in 4K at 30 fps. Autofocus speed with iPhone X is good. When it comes to Note 8, the autofocus speed is almost the same as iPhone X. It’s just that the transition with iPhone X is smoother than the note 8. #6. Still Photos First up, we are going to take a look at this picture of a doll. Looking at the iPhone, you will notice that it’s got a bit of higher level of contrast and saturation as always so that the iPhone’s overall image is bit warmer and it looks a bit better color wise. Bokeh background effect looks almost the same when zoomed in, but the note 8 processes bokeh in a softer way and whereas with iPhone you will notice more sharpness. Let’s now take a look at some finer details. You will notice more details on the iPhone shot, but the details are almost gone when it comes to the note 8 shot. In highlighted areas, iPhone photo is overexposed and thus we can barely see many details. But the situation with note 8 is better, with more details maintained in highlighted areas. #7. Landscape Shot Look at another shot of buildings with sky in the background. The iPhone X did handle the sky details better. What’s more, you will notice more sharpness and contrast with the iPhone shot when you blow it up. In shadow areas, iPhone X also did a better job in reducing noises. #8. Low Light Shot Low light shots are definitely impressive on both phones. And with these building shots, you can immediately see that both phones did a great job in keeping the details with low noise. There aren’t any noticeable differences at all. Here is another extreme test in which we took two portraits when there’s barely any natural light. The background lights look no difference, both devices process the exposure pretty well. However it’s pretty obvious that the note 8 produced a portrait much better than the iPhone. With the iPhone shot we can barely see any details on the portrait. This time let’s turn the flash on. The sky area is now completely black on the iPhone shot. Buildings are underexposed, we seem to lose many details on the photo. The portrait itself looks no better than the note 8 shot as well. All in all, the note 8 camera performances better than iPhone X in low light conditions, with flash on or off. #9. Slow Motion Test Both phones support recording slow motions at 240 fps. From what we see in the video, there isn’t much difference. Let’s take another dynamic shot. End result also shows that in slow motion mode, we can barely see much difference in final video as well. However with iPhone X, the slo-mo video supports for 1080p at 240 fps, and yet note 8 only allows you to record at 720p at 240 fps.
Views: 102596 Filmora MVP
This 10 Easy Steps Will Make Your Video More Professional
 
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You probably hope that the videos you make are as professional as what made by some professional photographers. Here're 10 tips to make professional videos. Mentioned good&affordable tools were bought from https://www.amazon.com/shop/filmoramvp ★★FREE Download Wondershare Filmora : https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=tips 1: use natural light 2: film indoors 3:stabilizer 4:slow motion 5:blur background (Depth of field) 6:High Quality videos: 4k and 1080p 7:green screen tips 8:color grading 9:text effect 10:transition 1. Nature Light tips Speaking of shooting tips, the most important thing is how to use the nature light. The sunlight will constantly change during the day, while morning and evening sunlight is the softest. Often in these two times you can shoot great light effect. If you are shooting a person under a very sunny environment, it is recommended that you place a soft cloth between the character’s face and the sun. Or you can shoot back the light, and then use a reflector in front of the model can help reflecting sunlight to get rid of the shadow. 2. Indoor Light tips If you are interviewing people in the room, you can use the light entered from the window as the main light source. Let the face of the person is facing the window. When you are dealing with a backlighting shooting, make sure there are light sources in front of the model, like this. Recommend a LED light that can adjust the brightness according to the light conditions, which is very convenient. 3. Moving tips Stabilizer is divided into camera stabilizer, cell phone stabilizer and stabilizer designed for Gopro this kind of sports camera. They are both very simple to use, and the price is actually not expensive at all. It is highly recommended that you buy one because it will make your video looks very smooth and dynamic. 4. Slow motion tips Applying slow motion is a very good shooting technique, also called high frame rate shooting. Like the latest iPhone X can shoot high frame rate video with 1080p *240fps, and as well as Sony, which also launched a mobile phone with super slow motion that can shoot 720p*960fps. I recommend that you can try a lot of this slow motion feature, because it can not only take a different dynamic beauty but also shoot a lot of fun and interesting slow-motion videos. 5. Depth effect tips Many people like the effect that the background depth of field is very blurry.The first try is to shoot with a large aperture lens. The larger the aperture of the lens is, the better the effect of blurring the depth of background will be. For example, Canon’s 50 millimeter F1.8 STM lens, which is attractive with reasonable price. The second tip is to reserve enough space for the rear of the subject so that the effect of th depth will be more spatial and blurry.Third, telephoto lenses can be used for shooting. The longer the focal length of the lens is, the better the blur effect of the depth will be. 6. High resolution size tips Now the mainstream resolution of online video is 1080p. In fact, if you choose to export HD 1080p video, you can actually shoot at a higher resolution size, such as 4k, because you can zoom in the screen or switch between different scenes during post-editing, and you can also do some camera push-pull animation by video editing software. Of course, the premise is that your computer is configured enough to edit a 4k video. 7. Green screen tips If you always feel that you don’t have a good shooting place and don’t have a good background, then it’s better to choose to shoot with a green cloth as your background. Want to learn more about the technique of green screen? It is highly recommended for ordinary users to purchase this convenient green cloth, which is convenient to carry and is very flat after deployment. Go watch another video on our channel. 8. Color grading tips---filmora video editor You might wanna get your footages some color tuning and make it look more beautiful. If you think color tuning is too professional and sophisticated, just simply download a color filter to use. Or there’re some preset templates for you to simply add on. Doesn’t it look so great? 9. Text effects tips---filmora video editor Text is not only something to express your message, but also a kind of element decorating the video. Try adding some good looking text in your travel video like this, and you’ll find that you’ve taken it to the next level! 10. Transition tips---filmora video editor If you put 2 video footages together and it’s awkward to play from one to another, adding a beautiful transition will work. See. A good transition not only makes 2 clips play smoothly, but also enhances the rhythm and pace of a video, don’t you think so? Thanks for watching! Hope you enjoy the video and you can download Filmora video editor to make your videos more professional.
Views: 12091 Filmora MVP
How to add text and titles to video (advanced tutorial) with Filmora
 
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In this video, we are going to show you how to add text to video and customize them freely with Wondershare Filmora. Download Filmora free trial here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=Advanced_Howtoaddtextandtitlestovideo In the latest Filmora 7.0, we’ve newly added a pro-level text editor which gives you full control over the captions or titles you can add to your video. For example, you can embed text effects from the pre-made effect library; customize them by changing the display duration, fonts, color of the text, or design your own titles by using fonts installed in your computer etc. We will show you how you can easily create text effects like this right away. Step1: Insert a text effect Click TEXT/CREDIT in the toolbar to access the list of available static or animated text styles. Filmora has over 150 text/credit effects for your choice, pick one you like and drop it into the text track on the timeline. Double click on the text layer; enter your text content. And then choose a font available from the font family, specify the text size. If the font you are looking for isn’t listed in the font family, you can just download the fonts on the web and install them in your computer. Then you’ll be able to use them in your video. Step2: Customize the text Choose the Advanced button here to enter the Advanced text editing panel. Go to the left sidebar menu, there you can: 1. change the color for the entire text or partial text 2. apply borders to your text 3. add shadow effects 4. What’s more, you can apply some animation effects to your text. To do that, click this Animation tab on the top, select one and double click on it to apply. Apart from these editing options, our pro-level text editor allows you to do more. Navigate to the toolbar on the top of the interface, you can add a shape around your text, customize its color and border, move the layer to the bottom. You can add many more text layers by clicking on this icon. Likewise, you can customize them freely. That’s it. I hope you’ve learned how to add text for your videos and customize them by using Filmora. Click the link in the description box below to visit filmora.wondershare.com and download a free trial version to get started now! Thanks for watching!
Views: 110125 Filmora MVP
Best Free Slow Motion App/Reverse Video App/Speed Change on iPhone & Android
 
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We will show you speed change(Slow motion/ fast motion) and reverse video app, perfect for iPhone 7 Plus. Get it for free here: http://filmora.wondershare.com/filmorago-video-editing-app/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=WhatsNew_FilmoraGo FilmoraGo has been released for couple of months, and received a lot of feedbacks and compliments. Today I’m going to introduce 2 new cool features on FIlmoraGo that will make your videos much funnier. The first one is speed change, available on both iOS including iPhone 7 Plus and Android version now. It’s quite easy to do that with FilmoraGo. Create new video, select a clip from your camera roll and click Next. Find Edit Tools in right bar, and you’ll see a lot of editing features here. Choose this speed panel icon, that’s pretty straight forward! Now, you see there’re 7 options you can choose, from slowest to fastest. And one thing that really amazed me is that you can change to any speed at any point as the video plays, no need to stop or trim. That’s super easy and efficient. Once you change the speed, there’s a mark and you can move to any mark with left or right arrows. Then you can alter the speed from one point to rest of the video. So, instead of setting speed in each clip, that gives you a whole picture of where needs slow-mo or time-lapse, and how much it should be. Click Okay and there you go! Another new feature is reverse video. It's on both iOS including iPhone 7 and Android version now. Many videos look quite hilarious in reverse. And it’s definitely simple here. Create New Video, select a clip, and choose Next, as usual. Scroll the right bar and find Edit Tools. Choose Trim Clip, and this little switch enables you to reverse video. Turn it on and it will turn you on. One you’re finished with reverse, don’t forget to click Okay on the Top right to save the changes. That’s how you do it. So, that’s it and to download FilmoraGo free, simply click the link right here or search FIlmoraGo in App Store or Google Play. We’re constantly upgrading and adding more cool features, so if there’s any suggestion on how we can improve the product, feel free to leave in the comment. Thanks for watching, remember to subscribe and see you next time!
Views: 485259 Filmora MVP
Easy Optical Illusion Tricks to make Magic Video| Get Creative Get Dirty
 
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In this video, we'll show you some simple and creative tricks to create optical illusion video, with forced perspective. More tips and tricks, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_SimpleOpticalIllusion
Views: 37725 Filmora MVP
Reverse Video Tutorial: Slow Motion in Reverse Video Tricks
 
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In this video, we will show you how to apply slow motion and reverse video to create stunning effects like a pro. More tips and tricks, please visit: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_SlowMotion
Views: 37864 Filmora MVP
GoPro Hero 5 VS GoPro Hero 4 Ultimate Comparison
 
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Here's a complete comparison and real battle between GoPro Hero 5 and Hero 4: photo& video test, low light test, microphone test, stabilization, waterproof review, voice control review, battery life review. More info: https://goo.gl/jFj7yR Get GoPro Hero 5: http://amzn.to/2pNRSnu Get GoPro Hero 4: http://amzn.to/2nYG6KA Shortcut: Video Quality Test: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=4 Low Light Test: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=22 Photo Test: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=41 Touchscreen Review: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=85 Waterproof Review: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=95 Stabilization Test: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=118 Microphone Test: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=136 Voice control Review: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=156 Battery life review: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=184 Conclusion: https://youtu.be/kU5GacU5VJA?t=210
Views: 5042 Filmora MVP
How to Overlay Videos/pictures and Get Creative With it
 
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In this video, we will show you a quick and easy way to overlay videos/pictures using Filmora. If you are a YouTuber and want to add your own logo to videos before uploading so as to protect your copyright, or want to get creative with video overlay (PIP), this step-by-step tutorial will help you out. Download Filmora here: https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=youtube_referral&utm_campaign=GetCreative_CombineVideos Here are 3 steps to get started! Step1, import the media files to Filmora Step2, Add Picture Overlay to a Video Select the image file in the media library, and then drag and drop it to the Picture in Picture track layer right under the video track. You can move the image file back and forth to adjust its starting point, or you can stretch or shorten its time duration as well. In the upper right corner of the interface, you will see a preview window, there you can resize and reposition the image freely. Step3, Export the final video That’s it! Download a free trial version of Filmora video Editor at https://filmora.wondershare.com/video-editor/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_AddPicuterOverlay and start your own experience today! Subscribe to our channel to get more tips to come! Thanks for watching! :) Like, share and comment below!
Views: 13404 Filmora MVP
How to Remove Watermarks from Images (Easier than Photoshop!)
 
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There's nothing wrong with removing a watermark from any image that you own. We are going to show you 2 easiest ways to remove watermark, text or logo from a photo. Get InPaint for Win: goo.gl/cWntWm Get InPaint for Mac: goo.gl/SJNvwq Here’s a step by step tutorial: https://goo.gl/vn1NJW
Views: 52961 Filmora MVP
How To Make Your Own Hollywood Movie| Easily Apply 140+ Epic Action Movie Effects
 
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Wanna make a Hollywood action movie your own, with epic explosion effects, gunshot effects etc.? No need to use After Effects, it can be as easy as drag and drop. With Filmora Blockbuster Effects, you can make Hollywood movie at home! Check out the Filmora effect store to download the Blockbuster effects now: https://filmora.wondershare.com/effects-store/?utm_source=filmora_seo_channel&utm_medium=annotations&utm_campaign=GetCreative_BlockBusterEffects
Views: 79398 Filmora MVP