Published: Mon, 05 Dec 2016 11:19:19 +0000
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZOnce you're done editing your video in Movie Maker, it's time to export it. This video will show you the steps for exporting in Windows Movie Maker.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZAdding music to iMovie projects is easy to do and will bring your videos to life. Grab some helpful hints here and try experimenting on your own.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZiMovie is an excellent software with a simple interface that can easily arrange and display photos of your choosing. Discover the many ways to use photos in iMovie and experiment with your own projects.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZMusic is an integral part of any video you're editing on Movie Maker. This video will demonstrate how to import and use music in Windows Movie Maker.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThe difference between an effective and a boring video is tight editing. Learn the basic steps to get started editing your raw footage with Windows Movie Maker.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZIn this video, learn how to create customized menu buttons in iDVD, and how to structure your very own title page.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZImprove your videos and photos by learning the three basic lighting set-ups: three point lighting, beauty light, and the Rembrandt effect.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZImporting and using images and Adobe Premiere Pro a simple and easy to do. In this video from About.com, learn how to import and use images and Adobe Premiere Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZGive your movie the finishing touch it needs- Add both professional-looking titles and credits to your videos in Apple iMovie.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZExport your edited iMovie videos into iDVD and you'll be all set to watch your completed videos on your home television set.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThere are multiple ways to import footage into Adobe Premiere Pro. Get an overview of how to import footage into your editing project so you can get to work in this video from About.com.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZCross dissolves are a useful transition effect for video editing. Watch this quick how-to video from About.com to learn how to use a cross dissolve in Adobe Premiere Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZNow that your video's edited, learn how to export it in the most efficient and appropriate way for your medium- whether web or email, share the highest quality product with your audience.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZLearn basic video editing in Apple iMovie and begin transforming your raw footage into tight and focused movies.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZExporting a finished video for the web through Adobe Premiere Pro is simple. In this About.com video you'll learn how to export for different devices and direct to the web.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZImporting media is the only way to have anything to work with in Windows Movie Maker. This video will teach you the important task of importing media in Movie Maker.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZEditing audio using Final Cut Pro X? This video tutorial from About.com will teach you some basic tips and tricks to help get you started!
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZA slideshow can be a great way to tell a story or display a set of photos. This video will show you how to make a slideshow in Windows Movie Maker.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZCapturing audio from YouTube allows you to listen to your favorite songs on a portable music player. Learn how to copy audio from YouTube in this simple tutorial.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZImporting image files into Final Cut Pro X and using them within the program is easier than you may think. Watch this how-to video from About.com to see instructions for doing it on your own.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZEditing audio tracks and Adobe Premiere Pro is simple and easy to do. Learn how to trim, cut, and adjust audio tracks in your Premiere timeline in this how-to video from About.com.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZWhen you start new projects in Apple's iMovie, it's important to get your project settings set appropriately. Learn how to begin a new iMovie project the right way each time.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZAdding special effects to your video can make it look more professional and entertaining. Learn how to add Apple iMovie's Effects to your clips with ease.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZCreating a Slideshow in iMovie is easy to create with some image sand music. Grab some helpful tips and begin to experiment with your own projects.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZUse Apple iMovie transitions to make your jumps from one video scene to another smoother and more professional-looking.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZSmooth out new scene and clip starts in your video projects with the help of Windows Movie Maker transitions including dissolves and other effects.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZLearn how to log and capture movie footage in Apple iMovie so you can begin to transform your raw footage into a completed movie.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZIf you've got old VHS tapes with movies you'd like to watch, it's not that hard to transfer them to a DVD. This video will teach you how to do that, using a camcorder.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZTake control of your raw footage. Learn how to capture video in Windows Movie Maker, and take the first step to editing the video into a completed project.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZUsing a dip to black effect in your video editing is as simple as clicking and dragging. Watch this quick how-to video from About.com to learn how to dip to black in Adobe Premiere Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZRecording video directly onto your computer allows you to start editing it immediately after shooting. This video will show you the steps for recording onto your computer.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThere are a number of ways to use motion graphics in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this About.com video, learn how to use, and navigate this program, step-by-step.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZFinal Cut Pro is the preferred editing software for a lot of people and has become the industry standard in a lot of sectors. This video from About.com will give you an overview of using Final Cut Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZA dip to black is a really common and nice-looking transition that's easy to do in Final Cut Pro. This About.com video will show you how to do a dip to black in FCP.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZLearn how to start, save, and choose settings for a new Project in Windows Movie Maker and take the first step toward creating edited videos.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZAdding transitions to a Final Cut Pro X project is easier than you may think. Watch this how-to video from About.com to see how it's done.
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2016-12-05T11:19:19ZUsing Motion graphics in your FCP video projects looks great and is really quite easy to do. This About.com video will teach you how to begin using motion graphics in Final Cut Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZHaving trouble with Final Cut Pro X? This video tutorial from About.com will teach you how to edit video in the timeline!
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZUse Windows Movie Maker Effects to liven up your videos- add authenticity, motion, and distinction to your projects.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZMake your DVD look professional and polished- Use iDVD to add themes to your DVD menus and subdirectories.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZWhenever you want to edit a video in Adobe Premiere Pro, the first step is starting a new project. This video from About.com shows you how to start a new project and edit your footage in Premiere.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZOutdoor home videos are a special challenge- lighting, background, and subjects are often in motion. But, with these tips you'll be able to make your outdoor home videos as fun to watch as they were to make.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThe cross dissolve is one of the most common transitions you're likely to see or use in Final Cut Pro. This video from About.com will show you how to do a cross dissolve in FCP.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZMixing audio and Adobe Premiere Pro will help create more professional sounding projects. Learn how to effectively mix audio in Premiere with this video from About.com.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZVideo blogs, or vlogs, are a fun way to connect with readers. Learn how to film, edit, and upload a video blog.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThe log and capture function in video editing helps organize all the footage in your software. Watch this quick how-to video from About.com to learn how to log and capture footage in Adobe Premiere Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZYou can import and organize your footage into Final Cut Pro X using a few different options. Watch this how-to video from About.com to learn how to quickly and easily import your footage and get right into editing in Final Cut Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZThis video is a simple tutorial that tells you all you need to know about how to use the Final Cut cloning effect. See how easy it is to use the Final Cut cloning effect.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZYou can convey a wide variety of tones and moods just by altering a video or photo's lighting direction. Learn how to control and improve your work and see how big of a difference lighting direction makes.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZAccidentally had the white balance on the wrong setting and now your footage looks weird? We've got you covered. This video shows you how to digitally compensate for white balance errors, using Final Cut.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZIn this video, learn two different ways to log and capture your footage, in addition to how to properly save your footage before you load it into your editing software.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZLog and capture in Final Cut Pro X is unique feature that does a lot of the video footage organizing for you. Watch this About.com tutorial video to see how it works.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZAdobe Premiere Pro is a video editing application that's built for the advanced and novice user. In this video from About.com, get a smaller introduction to the the structure of Adobe Premiere Pro.
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZGetting to grips with Apple's Final Cut Pro X? This video tutorial from About.com will teach you how to set up a new project!
2016-12-05T11:19:19ZMixing Audio in Final Cut Pro 7 doesn't have to be difficult. Watch this video from About.com to see instructions for doing it as easily and in as few steps as possible.