If you’re new to video editing, how do you know what to do?
For sure, the process doesn’t come naturally – unless you are Stephen Spielberg.
As with anything, it all starts with planning what you intended to film. This will depend on the complexity of your video – but no matter what – you should have had some plan of what you were going to film.
In this tutorial, you will look at some simple things to get your editing started.
Photos and Still images can be brilliantly enhanced by converting them into 3D images with movement that puts the Ken Burns Effect into shame.
Everything, is done in Final Cut without plug-ins.
The technique is to break the photo into two clips the top with the main subject moving in one direction and the bottom as a Background moving in the opposite direction to give the effect that the main image is separate from the background.
I’ve selected a clip from the free to download “Pixabay” website. https://pixabay.com/ I recommend that you join Pixaby as it has Photos, Videos and Graphics that can be downloaded for free.
Announced on is the 24-inch 2021 iMac updating the Intel 21-inch iMac
All of the rumors about the Spring event logo being a rotated Hello bearing back to the original Mac were correct.
This is more than a refresh – it is a new enclosure and back to the future color selection – with lighter tones at the front and more vivid tones at the back. But it does still have a chin.
This looks like the start of the new iMac range.
It is a 24-inch screen in most the same dimension enclosure as the 21in iMac – watch out for the 27-inch replacement model that is yet to come – with, very likely, a 30-inch screen in much the same-sized enclosure as the current 27-inch Intel model.
The whole computer is now much thinner thanks to the M1 chip – at 11.5 mm.
Tips on Precision editing using shortcuts and audio-related Tips
I have been putting different tips in a single video for some time now and I wonder whether it is better for you that these tips each have their own short video or would you prefer to have them grouped together in a group.