Filmora9 Tutorial – Designed for Beginners

Filmora9  Tutorial – Designed for Beginners

Filmora9 is one easiest video editors I have tried. This video tutorial will show you how to use Filmora9. Use Filmora9 to make great YouTube videos or for simple video editing at home. Use the below timestamps to jump to different parts of the video.

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0:57 – Filmora 9 new project
1:34 – Import media
3:27 – Bring to timeline and views
7:05 – Editing in Filmora 9
10:52 – Working with audio in Filmora
14:15 – Adding titles in Filmora 9
16:51 – Adding transitions in Filmora
18:44 – Using effects in Filmora
21:35 – Elements and download more
23:32 – Exporting finished video in Filmora9

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