Shotcut Tutorials to Get You Started Editing Videos Quickly in 60 Minutes or Less
Get started editing your own videos with Shotcut Video Editor. Shotcut is a free, video editing software for Windows, Linux, or IOS.
This course is designed for you to get started with video editing quickly using the free Shotcut video editing software.
The Shotcut tutorials covers the following main topics
Intended Audience: Beginner video creator, Video Editors, Intermediate Video Editor
Johnny Baker , 1 month ago
I have been buying different video editing software for well over a year, only to find out it takes hours of online and offline training to just get started. Then someone suggested Shortcut. After downloading the software and looking over refernce, this course came highly recommended. Let's just say, within a day I was doing more with video than the goal I had set for myself. I started with one video prior to this course to over 30 plus, lease than a week. Thanks for bringing a newbie into focus.
Exactly what I needed
Jane Yoo , 1 month ago
As a complete newbie to video editing, this course was exactly what I needed. I'm recording videos for my new business, and I discovered Shotcut in my search for free editing software. And it was through Shotcut's website that I discovered James' tutorial. I'm really grateful they mentioned this course because it was a quick way for me to learn.
Very clear and easy to follow
Nicola Jelmorini , 2 months ago
I already knew Shotcut for some time now, but I didn't know all the useful tips & tricks that this course includes (BTW I have also contributed to the italian translation). Shotcut is "almost" perfect as a free video editing tool, but of course there is always some possible improvements in my opinion. For instance: 1) possibility to organize video and audio tracks (maybe with a grouping functionality) 2) possibility to separate the audio track from a video 3) possibility to apply keyframing to the audio and video effects.
if you are not familiar with ideo editing you must check it out!
Hans P. Lourde , 2 months ago
So many times I had some ideas for short films as a hobby but a quick look at a video editor software was enough to hold me back. Randomly walk trough video editing tips on the web and lucky me found out this piece of art ... Perhaps the best $30 I spent so far. I'm working on my first project ever and pretty exited about all the possibilities shortcut ,for instance, have to offer. this course will show you that editing videos is not as complicated as you think ans will give you all you need to get started. *however have fun and let your imagination set the boundaries. **In a few days I intend to send to James Woo my first attempt. Hans P. Lourde Alberta, Canada
Thos training helped me totally
Christian Mentz , 4 months ago
I was sceptical after a bad experience with paying for E-learning. But as I was really frustrated about my results in learning shotcut, I took the risk and paid the price for this training. What should I say: I am totally convinced by this training! After one day of concentrated learning with James Woo I solved all the problems I had with my film project, now I love shotcut, it makes so much better results than Movie Maker, if you just know how to use it. The training is organized in short chapters that teach you everything you must know, the videos show all single steps and Mister Woo explains. And whenever I am not sure about something, I can rewatch the relevant clip again. It comes even better: There was one problem I couldn't solve, so I wrote to James, sceptical if I will ever get an anwer at all (like I said, experiences in E-learning ...). After 2 hours I had my answer. Mr Woo explained me, detailed but easy to understand and very friendly, how to solve the problem with my film. Sorry for overwhelming enthusiasm - I guess its because I was really pi**ed off after trying to learn shotcut for 3 days on my own with no good results. Big thank you to Mr Woo. Christian, Berlin, Germany