Learn how to group media in a recording.
- [Instructor] Grouping media is just what it sounds like.…You take a bunch of clips and you group 'em together,…like this group of icons I have here.…Basically, it's like sticking them all in a container…so they're easier to work with.…Grouping is especially useful…for moving things around without messing them up.…If I click on this, I can drag this entire group…anywhere on the timeline…and everything still stays in the sequence…I originally created.…
I'm gonna go ahead and put that back where it was…and I'm gonna pop that open…by clicking on this plus icon…so you can see what is inside the group.…Here's with the group, here's what it looks like inside.…Now let me show you how to make a group.…I'm gonna expand this up just a bit.…The first thing you do is you select…all the media you want in your group.…Then right-click and choose group.…And I've just created a group.…If I wanna see what's inside of that,…I just click on this little plus icon…and there's my group, just like it was on the timeline,…but now everything is grouped together…
- Tips for recording success
- Recording video
- Importing media from different sources
- Editing your video
- Sharing videos the easy way
- Adding annotations, animations, and transitions
- Techniques for adding music
- Creating reusable library assets
- Archiving a full project
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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