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- Motion Tracking on Mac
- Green screen on Mac
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- Split & cut videos on Mac
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Color Editing on Mac
Audio Editing on Mac
Animation Editing on Mac
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AI Editing on Mac
Improvement & Troubleshoot
Add and Customize Elements
The Elements is one of main important categories for you to create awesome videos. You can find this tab on top of the editing window. The Elements tab contains a large number of elements which you can easily overlay on your video by drag and drop action.
In this guide, let's learn how to add elements on your videos in Fillmore and how to control that element.
There are built-in element category which is right inside the installation package of the program and downloaded elements which you can get from Filmstocks - An online footage library of Wondershare.
To add an element to your project
In order to overlay an element on your video, you can click this little plus icon at the center of the thumbnail. You can also double click on the thumbnail to preview it before adding to your project.
To favorite an element
If you have some common use elements, you can add your elements to this favorite folder by hitting the heart icon on the thumbnail.
To customize an element
You can double click on the element box to have more control of the element. Fillmora considers an element similar to a video clip, meaning that you can control it the same way you can do with a video clip on the timeline.
You can transform your clip, select a blending mode and adjust the opacity of the clip or apply green screen effect.
If you want there are many creative ways you can do with overlay elements in Fillmore, the basic steps are adding an element on top of the video track, adjust its size and position on preview window change, the color of the element and add a motion for it: it's all up to your creativity, to decide when and how to use it.
To remove an element from your project
There are two ways to remove an element from your video:
- Select the element that you want to remove and hit Delete on your keyboard.
- Right click on the element in the timeline and select DELETE from the menu.
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