Filmora 11/X/9: Zero to Hero in Video Editing (2022)

Learn Video Editing Like A Pro Using Wondershare Filmora X and Filmora 9 Zero To Hero With These Step By Step Tutorial.

What you will learn

Using Filmora 9 and Filmorayou will be able to edit an entire video from very beginning to end, using simple and efficient techniques
Video Editing
Preview Rendering
Split Screen Presets
Advanced Text Editing
Mosaic (Blurring)
Layer Multiple Video Clips
Chroma Key
Audio Separation
Scene Detection
Color Grading Presets
4K Resolution Editing
Noise Removal
Export to YouTube and Vimeo
Media Library
Speed Controls
Video Stabilization
Audio Equalizer
Video Stabilization
Envelope/Keyframe Editing
Screen Recording
Audio Mixer
Video and Audio Controls
Parallax Effect
Flicker Effect
Cinematic opening
Hardware Acceleration
Touch Bar for Mac users
Color Matching
Keyboard Shortcut
Audio Ducking
Green Screen
Blending Mode
Video Effects
Motion Tracking
Wondershare Filmora X
Green screen / Ultra key
basic 3d


Who Is This For?

This course was made for YouTubers, filmmakers, Vloggers, professional video editors, who want to edit for others like freelance. Content creators for YouTube and social media often want a simplified workflow, and Filmora certainly provides that kind of editing experience. But does that mean it’s something experienced editors should ignore? Not necessarily. Filmora9 does not have the features of professional software like Premiere, Final Cut, Media Composer, or Resolve. But if you are cutting a short film or documentary and have a limited budget it can get the job done.


Filmora’s timeline can handle up to 100 layers, so this isn’t exactly iMovie. Any editing program is going to have basic editing and transform controls, but Filmora9 also has basic compositing and audio tools. The program also features full 4K support (both UHD and DCI 4K). I found this pleasantly surprising since free versions of professional applications often are restricted to HD projects. Here are a few other features worth mentioning:

Supported Formats

As you might expect the supported recording formats are quite limited. You won’t be editing RED footage with Filmora, of course. If you’re using a DSLR or mirrorless camera then you shouldn’t have to worry about supported codecs. Filmora9 does not support ProRes as a recording format, but it is listed as a supported export format. Here’s a list of all the supported recording and export formats, as well as system requirements.



Learning The Interface
Creating a Project
Importing Media
Editing Basics
Exporting Media
Performance and Preferences
Using The Timeline
Editing Audio
Color Correction
Text and Titles
Auto Ripple
Rendering Previews
Split Screen
Adding Motion
Camera Shake
Fixing Your Clip
LUTs On A Track
Split Button
Beat Detection
Grouping Clips
Copy and Paste Effects
Advanced Titles
PiP and Masking
Crop _ Pan & Zoom
Blend Modes
Chroma Key
Face Replacement
Fading Graphics & Layers
Adding A Watermark
Convert Portrait Videos to Landscape
Matching Audio Levels
Record Your Screen
Editing Images

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