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Watermarking your video is a simple way to ensure your creative masterpiece does not get ripped off when you upload it to the Internet. The process of creating a watermark is typically very simple, but the exact steps can vary depending on what video editing software you use. Here are the step by step instructions for creating a watermarked video in Sony Vegas.
Have you ever needed to watermark a ton of videos, but didn’t want to take the time to individually run them through Final Cut? There is another option out there, and it is really simple to do! Compressor has the power to batch watermark video clips so they all turn out perfect, and it’s half the amount of work of doing it manually in a video editing program. Want to know how? Follow these easy steps!
Are you in need of a new editing trick to help spice up your videos? Try adjusting the speed and direction of your footage. You can use this trick to create dozens of different effects, so it is a good tool to know. Here are the super simple steps for adjusting your clip speed and direction in Final Cut Pro 7:
When you use a DSLR camera to create a time lapse video, you’ll need to compile all of your images together to create the illusion that it was actually captured as video, not just stills. An easy way to do this is to create an image sequence in Quicktime Pro 7. Here are step by step directions to do it:
This video tutorial gives you step by step instructions for using pre-made track matte transitions in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Here are step by step instructions for using track matte video transitions in Sony Vegas:
Here are step by step instructions for using a track matte (also known as travel matte) video transition in Final Cut Pro.
Here are step by step instructions for using a track matte (also known as travel matte) video transition in Adobe Premiere Pro:
This video tutorial will take you through the steps of customizing a lower third template in Final Cut Pro.
It is easy to add some awesome special effects to your projects if you know how to use an alpha channel. An alpha channel is a transparent layer that is often paired up with other graphics, images or video. The end result means you can layer an alpha channel video on top of another background video and have them float together seamlessly. Using this technique you can add explosions, fire, breaking glass or underwater effects to any of your footage. Here’s how to do it in Final Cut Pro: