For this Adobe Premiere Elements 15 Tutorial, I show you how to do that squeaky high pitched voice (You know kinda like the chip monks or other funny video you see on YouTube). This functionality is located in the Audio Effects section of the program. As usual a lot of the functions are tricky to find in Premiere Elements, lol. You are looking for the “Pitchshifter” effect.
In this Adobe Premiere Elements 15 tutorial, I show you how to do slow motion video. You can do slow motion video with any video but for best results, 60fps (frames per second) video provides a smoother look. It’s a bit tricky to find in Premiere Elements 15 but the option is called “Time Remapping“. Time Remapping allows you to slow down or speed up a video clip. In this tutorial I only show you how to slow down the clip but you can easily see how you would also speed up the video footage too.
In this Apple iMovie tutorial I will show you how to add a logo to your video. Sometimes these are called “bugs”. Basically, it’s a way to put some branding on your video, wether you post it on your website, YouTube, Facebook, or any other video site. What we are doing here is using the picture-in-picture functionality to put a small logo in the corner of a video.
In this Apple iMovie tutorial you will learn how to edit the audio in your iMovie project. I have included basic audio editing as well as advanced (Note: iMovie isn’t a pro application so you are not going get too many features).
I will show you how to:
Increase/decrease the audio levels of the entire video
Control the volume in different parts of your video (“R” key + mouse left click and drag)
Use keyframes to adjust audio levels (“Option” key + click on the audio level volume control)
Ever get video with a bit of a bluish color, or the video color just didn’t look “right”? Well there are a couple of tools in Apple’s iMovie that will usually do a great job fixing this problem. The first is the ability to adjust the white balance. Now of course if possible you want to do this before you start filming if your camera has the features…but let’s face it….nobody has time for that, lol.
The second tool is using color correction to get your video footage looking the way you want. A little more saturation here, and a little move highlights there can go a long way in making your video look awesome.
In this iMovie tutorial for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) I show you how to do a slow motion video. There are a couple ways to do it but I went with the easiest and fastest, as I am not a fan of the “other” way.
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to use the FREE Apple Photos App to make your Instagram photos look AWESOME!! The Photos App gives you the ability to Crop, Rotate, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Resize, and most importantly….Color Correct.
Step 1: Launch The Photos App on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch Read more
In this tutorial we show you how to crop an image on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch using the Photos App. Apple’s Photos App comes with some pretty powerful editing, and best of all it’s free! Stay tuned for the next tutorial where I show you how to do color correction to get your Instagram pics looking awesome!