In this video, learn how to stay organized when you have a lot of files in your project.
- When you start working on serious video projects,…you might be surprised by just how much data they involve.…Even relatively simple projects can end up having…a lot of individual media files inside the project.…In this example project,…I've imported a typical set of resources.…I've got half a dozen video files,…a selection of stock images and logos,…and some audio files for sound effects, voiceover and music.…This would be fairly typical for a short,…two to three minute promotional video.…So you can imagine how busy things can get…if you're working on anything longer or more complex.…
Thankfully, HitFilm's media panel has several features…to make it easier to curate and organize your files.…There are two different display modes.…Preview mode includes thumbnail images of each item,…so that you can identify it at a glance.…This can be very useful…if you have files straight off a camera,…which don't have descriptive file names.…You can also switch to list mode.…This doesn't include thumbnails,…but it has the benefit of taking up less space,…
- Getting started with HitFilm Express
- Setting up a camera and lighting
- Making a shooting checklist
- Shooting on a green screen
- Transferring from camera to computer
- Converting video formats
- Importing videos into HitFilm
- Using essential editing techniques
- Using multiple tracks
- Making color corrections
- Working with keyframes and composite shots
- Creating titles and lower-third captions
- Exporting and sharing video
Skill Level Beginner
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Appropriate for all
1. Camera, Sound, and Lighting Setup
2. Importing and Organizing Footage
3. Editing and Transitions
4. Titles and Motion Graphics
5. Output and Sharing
Exporting your video4m 20s
Next steps1m 1s
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