System Requirements Specification - Mac
New Features - Mac
AI Features - Mac
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- Audio ducking on Mac
- AI Copilot Editing for Mac
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- AI Text-to-Video for Mac
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- AI Music Generator for Mac
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- AI stylizer on Mac
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- AI Thumbnail Creator For Mac
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- ChatGPT Plugin - AI Copywriting on Mac
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Get Start - Mac
Creating Projects - Mac
Importing & Recording - Mac
Media for Use - Mac
Editing - Mac
Editing Video (Mac)
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- Green screen on Mac
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- Crop and zoom on Mac
- Mosaic on Mac
- PIP (picture in picture) on Mac
- Mask on Mac
- Video snapshot on Mac
- Play video in reverse on Mac
- Split screen on Mac
- Split & cut videos on Mac
- Using Face-Off Effect
- Change speed on Mac
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- Applying Drop Shadow for Mac
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Text & Subtitle - Mac
Animation & Keyframe - Mac
Effects & Transitions - Mac
Video Effects (Mac)
- Filmora Countdown Effects on Mac
- Add Effects Mask for Mac
- Add audio visualizer on Mac
- Collection of Effects for Mac
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- Add Newblue FX effects on Mac
- Add Boris FX effects on Mac
- Types of effects on Mac
- Add and customize filters on Mac
- Add and customize overlays on Mac
- Filmstock Assets on Mac
Stickers - Mac
Exporting & Cloud Backup - Mac
Cloud Backup (Mac)
Collaboration - Mac
Improving Performance & Troubleshooting - Mac
- HDR Seting on Mac
- Known Issues & Fixed Bugs
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AI Text-Based Editing in Mac
Filmora has been diligently enhancing its AI capabilities, and one of its recent introductions is AI Text-Based Editing. This feature enables users to transform their videos into text through a transcription process. If you're eager to explore video editing using this feature, follow this guide:
Enable AI Text Based Editing in Mac
In this section, we will discuss various methods to start text-based editing in Filmora Mac:
Method 1: Using the Main Menu Option
Step 1: Download Filmora and Select AI Text Clipper
After downloading Filmora on your device, create a new account or log in if you already have one. In the main menu, select "AI Text Clipper" from the available tabs and import your files from your device.
Step 2: Opt for Text-Based Editing
After selecting your files and pressing the "Enter" key, a small window will open, presenting various editing options. In this window, choose "Text-based editing", specify the desired language, and click
Step 3: Start Editing through Text
Once the conversion is complete, you will be directed to an AI text-based editing window. Within the text box, you can erase text to remove specific words or phrases from your clip. In addition, you can activate "Silence Detection" and adjust other settings. Once you’re done editing, hover over the "Export to Timeline" button to apply the changes to your timeline.
Step 4: Save the Edited Clip to Your Device
The edited video will be visible in the timeline, allowing you to make any necessary audio or video adjustments. Once you've reviewed the preview and are satisfied with the results, click the "Export" button in the top right corner. In the export window, you can make additional adjustments if required and then click "Export" to save the edited clip to your device.
Method 2: Using the Top Toolbar
Step 1: Install Filmora on Mac and Create a Project
Launch and log into Filmora once you have downloaded it onto your Mac. Logging in is essential for accessing AI editing features. Among the multiple tabs on the main screen, select "New Project" to start creating.
Step 2: Drag and Drop the Imported File to the Timeline
Within Filmora's editing window, access the "Media" tab in the custom toolbar and select "Import" to upload files from your device to Filmora. Once the files is successfully imported, use your cursor to click on a clip and then drag it onto the timeline, dropping it there for editing.
Step 3: Access the AI Text Clipper
Next, select the clip in the timeline track, then go to the top toolbar. Click on the "Tools" tab and expand the "Audio" option from the drop-down menu. Another options panel will appear, and within it, click on "AI Text Clipper".
Step 4: Transcribing the Media Clip
A small opening will appear on the screen, presenting various options. From there, select "Text-based editing", specify the desired language to transcribe, and click "OK" to start. A progress bar will show on the screen, and once it’s complete, a window will appear.
Step 5: Edit Video through Text
From this newly appeared window, start editing your clips by modifying texts. In addition, you can automatically remove silent pauses from videos without any quality loss. Once the editing is complete, click the "Export to Timeline" Option.
Step 6: Export the Video
After the video exports onto the timeline, select it and make any necessary adjustments from the Settings Panel located in the upper left side of the window. Once you've made the desired changes, click "Export" to save and export your video.
Method 3: Utilizing the Timeline Toolbar
After creating a new project and importing media, use your cursor to drag the clip into the Media Library and drop it onto the timeline track. Among the various icons displayed on the timeline toolbar, locate and select the "AI Text Clipper" option. Then, follow the same steps as discussed previously to remove unwanted portions from the video.
Method 4: Using the Timeline Options Panel
Once the media clip is imported and brought onto the timeline, select it and right-click on it. From the dropdown menu appearing in the sight, find "Smart Edit Tool" and expand it. From the options appearing further, choose "AI Text Clipper". Continue with the process and execute AI text-based editing to perfection with Filmora.
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