System Requirements Specification
- Filmora workspace for Windows
- Speech to Text/Text to Speech/SRT
- Make motion tracking
- 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
Using Wondershare Drive
Improving Performance & Troubleshooting
Add Audio Effects to Video
You can apply the audio effect presets included in Filmora to both audio and video clips, simulating the sound in different environments, and enhancing your video’s sound.
How to Apply Audio Effects?
1. FindAudioEffect Path
In Filmora, select your video or audio clip in the media library, and drag it to the timeline. Then go to Effects>Audio Effects. There will be two kinds of audio effects: Audio Visualizer and Voice Filters.
2. Preview the Audio Effects
You will find various sound effect samples in Voice Filters. Download the audio effect first. Then add the effect to the clip by tabbing the Apply icon or dragging to the clip directly. After that, you can play the video or audio clip to check the result.
Adjust Applied Audio Effects
Currently, in Audio Visualizer, you can add visual effects to your video. When you drag and drop, Filmora will automatically add the audio visualizing effect to match the sound in your video.
Filmora offers up to 25 types of audio visualizer effects, which you can customize to better match your video.
In Voice Filters, you can adjust the settings of Male Minion, Driving Sound, Big Room, Small Room, Echo, Lobby, Phone, and so on. To adjust the audio effects applied, double click the timeline clip, and then go to audio effects under the Audio tab.
Below are a few examples to help you understand the results you can attain by applying the voice filters:
1 Big Room effect: Using the Big Room audio effect, the sound signal will diffuse around in a big room. To heighten the level, the voice seems to spread farther.
2 Small Room effect: When applying a Small Room audio effect, the sound signal will rebound when spread around to the room wall. The higher the level is, the larger the rebounding sound is.
3 Echo effect: A sound or series of sounds caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface back to the listener.
4 Lobby audio effect: Imagine when your sound is reverberating in a lobby. The voice signal can diffuse farther than in a big room.
5 Phone audio effect: Using this phone audio effect, your speaking will sound like you are on the phone.
Replace Audio Effect
To replace the applied Voice Filters, just drag and drop audio effects to the video clip in the timeline, and click OK in the pop-up window as shown below.
Remove Applied Audio Effects
If you want to remove all applied effects from the clip, right-click it in the timeline, and select Delete Effect. The applied audio effects and other video effects such as filters or overlays will be removed altogether.
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What is the permission for company use?
You will know the permission for company use
What use will be regarded as the company use?
What use will be regarded as the company use
If I am an individual and don't make video for any company, what plan can I buy?
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.