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Open-Source video editing guides & tutorials.

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How to Add Slides to Video in Shotcut

Posted by on 04-07-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Slideshows and presentations can enhance the visual quality of any video. Its common to show slides when explaining a concept, method or principle that is hard to visualise. Its also common when providing others with tips, or a list of actions. This post descibes how to add slides to video in Shotcut, so you can […]

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Shotcut Gradual Speed Change Effect

Posted by on 30-06-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Speeding up or slowing down a video clip can be highly entertaining and create awesome effects in your video. Shotcut has a gradual speed change effect that makes it look like time is either coming to a halt, or in fast-forward. Either way, playing with time-altering tools can add professionalism to your videos and enhance […]

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Audio Shake Effect in Shotcut

Posted by on 24-06-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Shotcut has many amazing filters and pre-defined effects for you to use. Shaking the screen to create an audio shake effect is one of them! This filter uses the sound waves in the audio to trigger, and makes it look like the screen is bouncing, or moving, to the beat of the music. Its a […]

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Shotcut Shake Effect Tutorial

Posted by on 16-06-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Have you ever seen the screen shake for dramatic effect during the cinema, or on Netflix? This Shotcut shake effect tutorial shows you how to create an earthquake effect to level up your videos for your audience. OK, so you’re not looking to make the next blockbuster, but you do want to keep your viewers […]

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Reverse a Video Clip in Shotcut

Posted by on 09-06-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Have you ever wanted to reverse a video clip, maybe even slow it down and add effects? If so, this video shows you how to reverse a video clip in Shotcut video editor. Shotcut is a free and open-source software available on PC, Mac and Linux. If you are new to video editing or just […]

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Shotcut Vintage Effect Tutorial – Create an Old Film Effect

Posted by on 03-06-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

This Shotcut vintage effect tutorial demonstrates how to create an old style effect on your videos. It uses a specific set of filters that make the video clip look old. The old film effect filters all do different things. You need to apply more than one to build up the effect. Each can be toggled […]

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Black and White Effect Tutorial in Shotcut Video Editor

Posted by on 26-05-2022 in Tutorial, Video Editing

As you grow your understanding and knowldge of Shotcut, you will want to learn new effects for your videos. This black and white effect tutorial demonstrates how you can change your coloured video into grayscale using the Shotcut video editor. Regardless of the video editor you use, the way to make a video appear black […]

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How to Edit Videos for YouTube

Posted by on 18-11-2021 in Tutorial, Video Editing

If you only watched one of my videos, this is the one I’d ask you to watch! It’s about how to edit videos for YouTube using an open source software called Shotcut. It explains my simple 5-step process to create YouTube videos every week. I also made a PDF to go with it, so you […]

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How to use Layers (Tracks) in Shotcut

Posted by on 06-05-2021 in Tutorial, Video Editing

Learn Shotcut today by watching all the tutorials in my playlist. However, if you just want to learn about Tracks and Layers. Here you go!

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How to Reduce Lag in Shotcut

Posted by on 29-04-2021 in Tutorial, Video Editing

If you have been stuggling to use Shotcut, or you are experiencing issues in Shotcut. Try using a Proxy. This creates a lower quality video file for you to use and the preview pane generally runs much smoother. This video explains how to reduce lag in Shotcut by enabline a proxy.

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