- Getting Started
- Basic Editing Tips for Mac
- Add Video Effects
- Advanced Editing Tips for Mac
- Save and Share
- Effects Store
- Remove Watermark for Mac
Saving project is a necessity when working with Wondershare Filmora for Mac. It's helpful if you want to interrupt your work and resume it later or modify the saved project to format a new creation quickly. The steps below will explain some project basics. If you don't want to save a project file, you can find ways to save and share with different formats, devices and platforms here.
In the Splash screen, choose the right project aspect ratio and then click "Create New Movie". You can then select one of four potential aspect ratios: 16:9 (widescreen), 9:16 (portrait), 4:3 (standard), or 1:1 (square). You could also click File > New Project and then select your aspect ratio.
Click "IMPORT MEDIA" or the plus button in your media library to import video footage.
Click File>Open Recent or Open Project
While creating your movie, you will want to preview your work frequently to see how your project is progressing. You may choose to play the entire project or only a part of the project to preview changes.
1. To preview the entire project or clip
Choose the entire project or clip and click Play.
2. To preview part of the project or clip
Use the Slider to select the starting point of the project or clip and click Play.
You can undo last action that you performed while working on your movie by using hotkey - Command+Z, copy and paste any file by Command +C and Command+V.
You can save projects so that you can edit or complete them later.
Go File>Save or Save as, you can rename the project file with new tags and saving folder.
Note: Wondershare Filmora for Mac project files are saved in *.wsve file format.
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