Hitfilm Express For Beginners - The Basics

This course is the Basics Course for beginners who wants to use Hitfilm Express to edit videos.

Start editing your videos with Hitfilm Express. Hitfilm Express is a full featured and free video editing software.

Video is getting more and more popular these days as a powerful communication tool. Many are using videos to promote their product, or service, share ideas or even create social change. Off course, you can also create videos for your family or just for fun.

Creating a video is more than just simply recording it with your camera. Editing your videos makes them a lot more interesting to watch, and effective in getting the result you want.

This course will teach you the basics of using Hitfilm Express to edit videos. It covers the Basics of using Hitfilm.

You will the learn how to:-

  • import media, cut and join videos clips,
  • add transitions,
  • create titles and text,
  • adding music,
I've designed the course so you can start making your video in a short time even if you are new to video editing. Topics are broken into bite size tutorials so you can return to it quickly to the tutorials if you need to repeat it.

Even if you've never created videos before, this course will be able to help you get started and to more advanced editing.

Once you are comfortable, there are also intermediate level topics like multi track editing, picture in picture as well as chromakey

If you have any questions about this course, feel free to contact me. I look forward to see you in the course.

Intended Audience: Entrepreneurs, Beginner video editors, Vlogger, Hobbyist, Video for business

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Project Settings
Hitfilm Interface
Display Options In The User Interface
How To Do The Basic Edits
How To Use Transitions
Adding Text Or Titles Into Videos
Create Video From Static Images
How To Create A Zoom Effect
Exporting Your Project
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What's included

  • 10 Video Lessons
  • 1 Text Lesson

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

James Woo