Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Thursday, January 29, 2015
This video teaches Windows 7 users to create/edit videos step by step. The content includes:
1. how to import videos on Windows 7
2. how to adjust video brightness/hue/saturation/contrast and video speed on Windows 7
3. how to rotate/flip/crop/split/trim/join videos on Windows 7
4. how to add text to videos on Windows 7
5. how to add effect to videos on Windows 7
6. how to use PIP effect on Windows 7
7. how to add transition to videos on Windows 7
8. how to add title/credit/intro to videos on Windows 7
9. how to add audio to videos on Windows 7 (3 ways)
10. how to make Split Screen videos on Windows 7
11. how to use Power-Tool on Windows 7
12. how to Close-up/Flash and Hold videos on Windows 7
13. how to use SnapShot on video ON Windows 7
14. how to export videos on Windows 7
Please check this video tutorial to get more details.
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Mac Version: http://goo.gl/gsr2Sl
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
is the video tutorial about how to make a green screen with Wondershare Video
Editor (Windows V4.8), which is one of advanced editing tools for this
Here are the simple steps:
1. download and install Wondershare Video Editor below:
Windows version: http://www.wondershare.com/video-editor/
Mac version: http://www.wondershare.com/video-editor/mac/
2. make sure you have at least 2 video/photo files, one for background, one
for greenscreen. Don't know how to shoot a green screen video? check here:
3. drag the background file to main video timeline and drop the green
screen file to PIP track.
4. double click the greenscreen file on PIP track,click
"Advanced"- "Effect" to access the green screen tool.
This tool makes the solid background of your file transparent.
5. Then just tick “Make parts of the clip transparent”, and use the picker
tool to get closer to the color you need. After that, drag the slider to
adjust the Intensity Level.
6. Review the result in the preview window and do some settings if
7. Click the “Export” button and choose the output method that most suits
your needs: saving as a video, converting for your mobile device, uploading
to YouTube or Facebook or burning to DVD.
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