System Requirements Specification
- Silence detection
- Automatic normalization
- Audio ducking in Filmora
- Automatic denoise
- Scene detection feature
- AI Copilot Editing for Windows
- AI Text-to-Video for Windows
- AI audio stretch for Windows
- AI Thumbnail Creator for Windows
- AI audio denoise for Windows
- AI Smart Masking for Windows
- AI Music Generator for Windows
- AI Skin Tone Protection for Windows
- AI Text-Based Editing for Windows
- AI Vocal Remover for Windows
- AI smart cutout
- AI portrait effects
- Automatic highlight
- Auto reframe video
- Auto beat sync
- AR sticker effects
- ChatGPT Plugin - AI Copywriting
- AI Image for Windows
Importing & Recording
Media for Use
- Enable/Disable Clip in Windows
- Playback Speed Shortcuts for Windows
- Super Slow Motion with Optical Flow for Windows
- Compound Clip for Windows
- Multi-Clip Editing for Windows
- Customizable Backgrounds for Videos and Images in Windows
- Marked Favorites for Windows
- Markers for Windows
- Auto Ripple for Windows
- Uniform speed
- Speed ramping
- Make motion tracking
- Adjustment layer for Windows
- Chroma key (green screen)
- Crop & Pan & Zoom Video
- Apply mask to video
- Video snapshot
- Playing videos in reverse
- Creating a PIP effect
- Create split screen video
- Mosaic blur effect
- Face-Off effect
- Using freeze frame
- Applying drop shadow
- Apply auto enhance
- Preset templates
- Border option
- Change video playback speed
- Lens correction
- Split & trim video
Text & Subtitle
Animation & Keyframe
Effects & Transitions
Exporting & Cloud Backup
Improving Performance & Troubleshooting
Markers for Windows
Marker is an insightful aid in Filmora’s video creation and editing since they enable users to highlight or mark the errored points in the video. In simple words, users can pinpoint their mistakes and correct them later easily without having to watch a complete video again. Although the feature was already present in Filmora, it has been optimized, and here is a guide to utilize it.
Markers play an important role in video editing, saving time wasted while rewatching a video. This section includes a detailed guide to adding markers step-by-step before starting to edit a video:
Method 1: Adding Markers through the Timeline Toolbar
Step 1: Initiate Filmora and Start a New Project
Once you reach the main interface of Filmora after installing it on your PC, log in to your account by clicking the profile icon at the top bar. Navigate towards the left-side panel, choose the "Create Project" option, and go to the "New Project" tab.
Step 2: Place the Imported Media to Timeline
Once the new project is created, hover the mouse towards the custom toolbar and select "Media". From the left panel, choose "Project Media" and select the "Import" option to add media at the project media bar. After this, click the media file with the help of a cursor and drag and drop it to the timeline panel.
Step 3: Add Markers from the Timeline Toolbar
To add markers, watch your video, identify the mistake, pause the video, and place the playhead at that point. From the timeline toolbar, select the "Bookmark" icon saying "Add Marker", a marker will be added at that point. Repeat the same process for adding more markers.
Step 4: Access the Modification Option
With Filmora, you can customize your marker settings according to your video to avoid complications. For this, go to the marker you added and right-click on it. This will open a small control panel where you have to choose the "Modify Marker" option.
Step 5: Customize the Markers
From the new window, make relative changes in the Marker Editor window. You can name your marker, add a comment in the "Comment" box, and change the marker color.
Method 2: Adding Markers through the Keyboard
After importing the clip in timeline and identifying the points of error in your video, place the play on these points and press the "M" letter from your keyboard. This will add a marker in chosen timeframes.
Once you are done editing your mistakes, you should remove those markers. To successfully remove a marker, click right on the marker and, from the options menu, select "Delete" to delete the particular marker or "Delete All Markers" to delete them collectively.
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You will know the permission for company use
What use will be regarded as the company use
You are free to choose any plans. However, if you only have Filmora9 Individual Plan, you are required to state in the video description that your video is made by Filmora9 when you share it to the public.