Filmora 11/X/9: Zero to Hero in Video Editing – (Free Course)

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What you’ll learn

  1. Using Filmora 9 and Filmorayou will be able to edit an entire video from very beginning to end, using simple and efficient techniques
  2. Video Editing
  3. Preview Rendering
  4. Split Screen Presets
  5. Auto-ripple
  6. Advanced Text Editing
  7. Tilt-Shift
  8. Mosaic (Blurring)
  9. Layer Multiple Video Clips
  10. Chroma Key
  11. Audio Separation
  12. Scene Detection
  13. Color Grading Presets
  14. 4K Resolution Editing
  15. Noise Removal
  16. Export to YouTube and Vimeo
  17. Media Library
  18. Speed Controls
  19. Video Stabilization
  20. Audio Equalizer
  21. Video Stabilization
  22. Envelope/Keyframe Editing
  23. Screen Recording
  24. Audio Mixer
  25. Video and Audio Controls
  26. VFX (GREEN SCREEN)
  27. STOP RAIN : VFX
  28. Parallax Effect
  29. Flicker Effect
  30. Cinematic opening
  31. Hardware Acceleration
  32. Touch Bar for Mac users
  33. Color Matching
  34. Keyboard Shortcut
  35. Audio Ducking
  36. Green Screen
  37. Blending Mode
  38. Video Effects
  39. Keyframing
  40. Motion Tracking
  41. Wondershare Filmora X
  42. Green screen / Ultra key

This course includes:

  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Full lifetime access
  • Certificate of completion

Description

Who Is This For?

This course was made for YouTubers, filmmakers, Vloggers, professional video editors, who want to edit for others like freelance. Content creators for YouTube and social media often want a simplified workflow, and Filmora certainly provides that kind of editing experience. But does that mean it’s something experienced editors should ignore? Not necessarily. Filmora9 does not have the features of professional software like Premiere, Final Cut, Media Composer, or Resolve. But if you are cutting a short film or documentary and have a limited budget it can get the job done.

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Features

Filmora’s timeline can handle up to 100 layers, so this isn’t exactly iMovie. Any editing program is going to have basic editing and transform controls, but Filmora9 also has basic compositing and audio tools. The program also features full 4K support (both UHD and DCI 4K). I found this pleasantly surprising since free versions of professional applications often are restricted to HD projects. Here are a few other features worth mentioning:

Supported Formats

As you might expect the supported recording formats are quite limited. You won’t be editing RED footage with Filmora, of course. If you’re using a DSLR or mirrorless camera then you shouldn’t have to worry about supported codecs. Filmora9 does not support ProRes as a recording format, but it is listed as a supported export format. Here’s a list of all the supported recording and export formats, as well as system requirements.

How to Get this course FREE?

Note: The udemy Courses Will be free for a Maximum of 1000 Learners can use the promo code AND Get this course 100% Free. After that, you will get this course at a discounted price. (Still, It’s a good deal for you to get this course at a discounted price).

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