https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InKy-w-2zUc In this tutorial, we'll show you 3 ways to place text behind an object in a video. The first method is completely free as long as you have a chance to shoot a video in front of a green background. The second and the third methods involve video masking which is a VSDC Pro feature. Download the latest version of VSDC here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3pQyS6y By the end of watching this, not only will you learn how to place titles behind objects in a video, but you'll also get the hang of masking and motion tracking. Got any questions? Leave them in the comments below!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csYI03ah4f4 If you're working on a video with several characters, you might need to introduce them one by one at the beginning. Here's our detailed suggestion on how you can do it with VSDC Video Editor. You will need the following VSDC instruments: - Snapshot; - Free Shape tool and its templates; - Inverted mask (Pro version); - Rotate; - Grayscale effect; - Glitch effect. The upgraded free shape tool is available in VSDC starting version 6.6. Make sure to download it from our website: https://bit.ly/3u4lv5R
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJeXAlJT5kk With the new Free shape tool, masking has become even easier! Haven't downloaded the new version yet? Do it right now 👉 https://bit.ly/3pcvm5X In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a custom shape mask and make it follow the desired object. This effect is also called motion tracked mask. Whether you want to create a mask for censorship purposes and hide someone's face - or you're just having fun - this video will help you take your editing skills to the new level. Please note: while the free shape tool is available in the free version of VSDC, the inverted mask as well as the motion tracking module, are available in the Pro version. Have you tried using the upgraded Free shape already? Let us know if…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYfW3FyfEBM Ever wanted to clone yourself in a video? As a matter of fact, it's way easier than you may think. Watch this quick tutorial to find out how to create "clones" using the free shape tool and the Inverted mask available in VSDC Pro. Already tried the clone effect? Link to your videos in the comments below! We all can make use of your examples for inspiration. The upgraded free shape tool is available in VSDC starting version 6.6. Make sure to download it from our website: https://bit.ly/2MxQ2rR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RS1MOY03svc From this tutorial, you'll learn to create a freeze frame clone effect. It might seem challenging, but with the updated free shape tool available in VSDC (starting version 6.6, which you can download here: https://bit.ly/39OqrCO), the effect becomes really easy to replicate. Watch the tutorial and see it for yourself! ☝️ Please note: this effect requires you to use the Inverted mask available in VSDC Pro. Stay creative, and let us know if you have any questions.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNFoYmRlpio Good news, VSDC fam! We've added another long-awaited update, and now you can make video transitions smoother using the transparency effect of alpha channel. Essentially, it's an upgrade for the existing set of transitions that allows you to apply gradient to the borders of changing scenes. And yes, we've been reading all your comments about implementing new transition effects, and we have them on our roadmap. In the meantime, we hope, you'll enjoy this little implementation. If you haven't downloaded the latest version of VSDC, it's about time 👉 https://bit.ly/2M0wJHa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0020qVJibc Particles is a new eye-catching effect located in the “Nature” section of the Video effects menu. It enables you to create an illusion of falling particles, such as leaves or snowflakes. This tutorial will guide you through main settings and capabilities of this effect. To learn about all the updates in version 6.6, welcome to our blog: https://bit.ly/3hDCHJZ To try the new version right now, download it at https://bit.ly/3hFZ0yG