Thanks for your interests in Wondershare Fimora for Mac - the easy-to-use and trendy video editing software that lets you produce cool and fancy home movies within several steps, even you're beginners. Wondershare Filmora for Mac gives you a helping hand to get started with any new movie project by importing and editing your video, adding special effects and transitions and sharing your final production on a DVD, mobile device or social accounts like YouTube, Vimeo directly. Check out the video below to get a quick idea about how to use this program.
Wondershare Filmora for Mac at a Glance
Different from Windows Version, Wondershare Filmora for Mac comes with one video editing modes to meet your video editing needs with all the fully-customizable timeline editing features to arrange scenes, edit clips, and add vivid polish to your movie.
After launching Filmora Video Editor, choose an aspect ration. Your options are 16:9 (widescreen), 4:3 (standard), 1:1 (square) and 9:16 (portrait).
The interface shown below appears as your default workspace, where you can import, arrange, edit and add effects to your media files. The rest of the guide mainly focuses on what are those parts for when edit videos with Wondershare Filmora for Mac.
1. Media Library: The Library is the source for all your media, including video clips, photos, and music. It also houses text/credit, filters, overlays, elements, transitions, and split screen modes that you can use in your projects.
2. Toolbar: The toolbar provides easy access to many editing commands, like video recording, voiceover, delete, split, crop, rotate, inspector, render, and time code controller. The render feature allows you to render your video as you go instead of waiting for when you export. This results in a smoother video preview. The Time Code Digits Controller lets you enter the exact time code (HHMMSSFF format) you want to jump to.
3. Timeline/Storyboard: The Timeline/Storyboard is where you assemble the media clips for your media files. You can drag the slider in the lower right corner to control Timeline view, or click the Fit to Timeline button to adjust all media files within Timeline. While in the lower left corner of the interface, you can switch Timeline and Storyboard mode.
4. Preview Window: The Preview Window shows the current video being played on the Timeline or Storyboard. Snapshot button can save the frame you want as image on Media section automatically; there is also a full screen button for you to preview videos at full screen. You can navigate to the left category to get more video editing tips and tricks or click the following Quick Start: