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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

How to export videos in Open Shot Video Editor

To export the video, click on the round red button

Next, enter the file name and then select the folder where you want to export the video to

Next, select the mp4 (h.264) or mp4 (h.265) from the target drop-down


Next, select the video profile and quality according to your requirement


Next, select the video quality and then click on the Export Video button to render and export your video


How to add and remove marker in Open Shot Video Editor

Adding Markers

To add markers, place the play head to the location where you want to add the marker

Next click on the add marker icon to add a marker

Removing Markers

To remove the marker, first, select the marker

Next, right-click on it and then select the option remove marker


How to create and add title to video clip in Open Shot Video Editor

To create and add a title, go to Title and select the option Title

Next, select a template

Next, add all the details to your title and click on save

Next, go to the image tab and drag and drop the newly created title to your video



How to add transitions in Open Shot Video Editor

To add transitions, first, make a cut on the clip

Next, go to the transitions window and select a transition, 

Next, drag and drop the transition on the cut


Next, Drag the sides of the transition, To adjust the duration of the transition


How to add a video clip inside a video clip in Open Shot Video Editor

To add a video clip inside a video clip, first, add the main clip

Next, add a track above the main clip

Next, add the second clip to the newly added track

Next, right-click on the second clip and then select the option layout

Next, select the size and the placement from options


Next, adjust the size of the second clip, by simply dragging the corners 


How to split a screen into two in Open Shot Video Editor

To split the screen into two, first, add two clips

Next, select the first track and then right-click on it, and then select the option Layout

Next, select the option Show All to split the screen 

Now, if you want to split the screen by more than two, simply add the rest of the clips to the timeline and then follow the same procedure has earlier


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How to slow down a clip in Open Shot Video Editor

To slow down a clip, first, select the clip you want to slow down and then right-click on it.

Next, select the option Time and then select Slow and then select option Forward

Next, select the speed by which you want to slow down your clip by

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How to speed up a clip in Open Shot Video Editor

To speed up a clip, first, select the clip you want to speed up and then right-click on it and then select the option Time

Next, select Fast and then select the option Forward 

Next, select the speed by which you want to speed up your clip by

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How to play a clip backward in Open Shot Video Editor

To play a clip backward, first, select the clip you want to play backward and then right-click on it, and select the option, Time

Next, select Normal and then select the option Backward and then click on the option 1X to reverse the clip


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How to rotate a clip in Open Shot Video Editor

To rotate a clip, first, select the clip you want to rotate and then right-click on it and then select the option Rotate 


Next, select the rotation angle by which you want to rotate the clip


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How to duplicate clips in Open Shot Video Editor

To duplicate a clip, first, select the clip you want to duplicate and then right-click on it, and then select the option Copy 

Next, select the option Clip

Next, right-click on an empty track and then select the option Paste to duplicate the clip


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How to mute audio in Open Shot Video Editor

To mute an audio file, first, select the audio file and then right-click on it, and then select the option Volume

Next, select the option Entire clip and then select, level 0% to mute an audio clip

Similarly, if you want to adjust the volume level, you can select any level from 10 to 100%

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How to enable audio waveform in Open Shot Video Editor

To enable waveform of an audio clip, first, add an audio clip and then right-click on it and then, select the option display 

Next, select the option show waveform to get the audio waveform


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How to separate audio from video in Open Shot Video Editor

To separate audio from video, first, add a video containing audio to the timeline 

Next, right-click on the video and then select the option, Separate Audio

Next, select the option, single clip if you want all the channels combined to one track and if you want multiple channels then select the option multiple clips


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How to add, delete, rename, and lock tracks in Open Shot Video Editor

Renaming a Track

To rename a track or a layer, first, select the track and then right-click on it, and then select the option rename tracks.

Next, enter your tracks name and then click OK to save it

Adding a Track

To add a track, click on the plus button which is beside the snapping tool

Adding a track above or below any Track

To add tracks above or below any track, first, select a track and then right-click on it 

Next, select the option Add Track Below or Add Track Above according to your requirement

Deleting a Track

To delete a track, first, select a track that you want to delete and then right-click on it, 

Next, select the option Remove Track

Locking a Track

To lock a track select the track that you want to lock and then right-click on it 

Next, select the option Lock track to lock it, 

Now, if you want to unlock the track, right-click on the track, and then select the option unlock track


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