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Most editors will allow you to drop it right into your timeline 5?testing right now?? Develop Advanced Audio Editing Skills Carrying Audio Over to the Next Clip: If you are using an editor like Final Cut or Avid, you can have multiple, overlapping video and audio tracks in one timeline For smoother and more seamless transitions, allow the audio of some clips to carry over to the next clip For example: when watching one person talk to another person, cut to a close up of the person listening while you still hear that persons voice talking from the previous clip Adding Music: Music is a great way to make your video more interesting??testing right now?? Add a dramatic tune during a moment of tension Use a low, cheerful track in the background of a how-to video However, never use copyrighted music in your videos If you do, video-sharing sites like YouTube will remove your audio, or worse, you could get sued???testing right now? Find creative commons audio files (Final Cut Studio has a ton) or make your own music! Page 13 of 18 Tweet this eBook 6 Export Your Video Into a Sharable File Format After you are happy with your video editing, you will need to export your video Some tools like iMovie and Camtasia have simple settings that let you export your video in a format specific to the site where you will upload the video Tools like iMovie can upload your new video to your YouTube account for you??testing right now?? Often, you will be exporting to mov or avi, depending on the editing tool Both work well for uploading to the web
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There are many different techniques to transition between clips depending on the effect you want to create Fade-In/Fade-Outs: A video that begins suddenly (or loudly) can be jarring?testing right now?? A good technique is fading in both visual and audio of a video Most often, you will want to begin your video with a fade-in, and close with a fade-out A fade-in is an approximately one second gradual transition at the beginning of a clip Fade-ins and fade-outs can also occur between clips if you are depicting the end of a scene and the beginning of something new??testing right now?? Cut: A cut is a quick edit between video clips where one immediately cuts to the next without adding a transition Dissolve: This edit is a gradual transition between clips From the video viewers perspective, he or she will see a new clip appear as a clip ends This technique is good to transition between an image and the beginning of a video interview???testing right now? Pro Tip: If you are using a simple video editor and you want to add an image at the beginning or end of your video, use PowerPoint! You can design a slide and save it as a jpg image Most editors will allow you to drop it right into your timeline 5??testing right now?? Develop Advanced Audio Editing Skills Carrying Audio Over to the Next Clip: If you are using an editor like Final Cut or Avid, you can have multiple, overlapping video and audio tracks in one timeline For smoother and more seamless transitions, allow the audio of some clips to carry over to the next clip For example: when watching one person talk to another person, cut to a close up of the person listening while you still hear that persons voice talking from the previous clip Adding Music: Music is a great way to make your video more interesting
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