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.
For a long time now, it’s been possible to edit video without using special video-only software. And now you can even do it while you’re editing your photos. Editing a video and adding titles, music, and transition effects is all a matter of a few clicks.
Unite photos and video. That’s exactly what a timelapse video lets you do. You can capture action that stretches out for long time periods thanks to this technique. It’s easy to do—just prepare the right photos and then merge them into a video. Let’s take a look at how to do that.