NeoFilm offers a complete suite of powerful tools for editing videos and making movies. The app provides all the core features and functions required to produce the next eye-catching video that you have in mind. This tutorial convers the following topics:
If you are a first-time user, we recommend you start with a new video project to become familiar with the core features:
You just created a blank project with no files in it. Before adding any media files, let’s learn the main interface and the workflow.
The main interface is made by several panels, of which three of them are most important:
Note: the Preview panel offers two mode: Source and Project. The Source option allows you to play individual media files from the Playlist while the Project option is for previewing the Timeline.
Now let’s import some images, videos, and sound files.
NeoFilm supports most of the commonly used audio and video formats and popular image formats including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, SVG, TGA, TIFF, WebP and image sequences.
There are two ways of adding media files to your video project:
You can always check the content of a media file by double-clicking it from the Playlist. The selected media will be played in the Preview panel.
Let’s use the Timeline panel to compose a simple video project. The Timeline panel can contain multiple rows of audio or video tracks, which are visually displayed in rows:
If you want to add multiple video clips or even images, simply repeat the first step. Voila, you just created your first video project with sound track!
Before exporting your video, don’t forget to save your project by click the Save button from the main menu. Now let’s export the video: