Sound is an essential component of any video. Since the first sound film, we’ve come a long way as far as options for incorporating sound into video, also known as sound design. Sound design can be done quickly and easily in Zoner Photo Studio X. Read our tips for finding the right sounds and using audio to boost your videos.
One of the first signs of spring is the spring update of Zoner Photo Studio X. And it is coming out...NOW! We’ve got some new features for you that you’re sure to like. You can look forward to handy functions that will make your photo and video editing quicker and easier. Read about what’s new.
The majority of cameras and mobile phones have the ability to shoot video in addition to taking photos. Some moments are better captured as moving images. One take may not tell the whole story. For this reason, it’s better to make a video montage that can easily be created in Zoner Photo Studio X. New and improved functions make editing your video a piece of cake.
The Develop module in Zoner Photo Studio X offers lots of features, and in this video, we’ll be presenting one of them—the Healing Brush. It’s great for removing unwanted elements from portraits, but it also works for tricks like revealing the secret of levitation. How? Just take a look at our video tutorial.
Besides basic edits, the Develop module in Zoner Photo Studio also offers presets. These bundles of settings will save you lots of time when you need to edit a whole group of photos all the same way. You simply save the edits you’ve made to one photo into a preset and then use it on any other photo you’d like. The workflow isn’t complicated at all, and in this video, you’ll learn how to do it.
It’s not entirely a photo and not entirely a video. Looking at a cinemagraph, you get the feeling you’re seeing something magical. Because a part of the picture is in motion, but the rest is photographically frozen. Here we’ll show you what a cinemagraph is and how to create it. Want to give your photos a little extra motion and have fun too? Then this article is for you.
Hyperlapses are a very popular supplement to time-lapses. A hyperlapse adds motion to an image, letting you create breathtaking views of cities or nature on the border between photography and video. And it has seen a major boom in recent decades. So let’s take a look at what hyperlapses really are and how to create them—it’s simpler than it seems at first sight.
In the first part of this two-part article, we showed you how to add a variety of image and sound tracks to your videos. Now that you know the basics, we’ll take a look at more complicated edits. In this part you’ll be learning advanced tricks during work with sound and music. We’ll also show you how to add text elements or your own logo to a video.
In this two-part article, I’ll be showing you several ways to use the video editor in Zoner Photo Studio for your video projects. You’ll find this editor in ZPS X in the Create module. In this first part, I’ll be using an example to show you how to put together a good-looking video from your travels and add interesting effects to it.
Besides just taking pictures, most phones and cameras can shoot video too. After all, some moments are best caught in motion. But even individual video clips may not capture the whole story, and so it’s better to create a single video that says it all. Luckily, that’s easy to do in Zoner Photo Studio X. You’ll find that its new and improved features here make cutting and editing videos a snap.