The editing process is expansive and requires many steps. By the end of this video, you will understand it all. We'll cover it all, from the goal of editing to the tools you should use. We will then talk about setting up your editing work environment. Then we take...
Pre-edit tasks are a necessary part of the video editing process. Doing these tasks will not only make your video look better, but it will also make your edit faster. This video will tell you everything you need to know about getting ready to edit. We'll cover procuring assets...
How do I get my footage to be both more convenient and high quality at the same time? We’ll tell you right now. In this video, we'll explain the three options: native footage, transcoding and rendering as a proxy. We'll tell you the best cases for each so that...
After editing a video, you need to export and render it into a single file. This video will cover how to export from LumaFusion to many different destinations. We’ll end by discussing different types of files you can export and showing the viewer how to archive a project.
There is more to communicating with video than what is composed in the video frame. This video will cover how the viewer can create smooth titles and graphics in LumaFusion.
A good video with poor audio is not a good video. In this video, we will cover everything viewers need to know about controlling LumaFusion’s audio functions.
In this video, we will cover how to make color adjustments and add a LUT or style in LumaFusion. We’ll talk about adding effects, demonstrate keying and stabilizing footage and explore the speed editor.
In this video we’ll familiarize you with the clip editor. Going over all of the parameters of clip editor. Additionally, we’ll talk about accessing the clip editor and using it. Plus, we will cover the LumaFusion preview function.
In this video, we will be going over the essential tools in LumaFusion. We'll cover what you'll need and how to use them.
In this video, you'll learn how the timeline works in LumaFusion. We’ll discuss how tracks and the enhanced magnetic timeline work. We’ll demonstrate transitions, markers with notes and previewing using an external monitor.