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
- 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
- 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
Windows Panel Layout
Wondershare Filmora 12 is now equipped with four types of panel layouts and even more layout models to unleash your creativity. Read more to learn what’s new and changed with Filmora’s latest version on Windows.
Filmora 12 is now equipped with a new addition to its layout called the Property Panel.
The Property Panel shows you all relevant information on your project to display your clip’s video, audio, color, and speed properties in the Timeline Panel or Preview Window. This makes all info readily available so you can make adjustments when editing on the spot.
The Player Panel (Preview Window) shows you how the video plays in the Timeline. This is where you can adjust different settings, such as:
• Playback quality and display settings
• Capture a snapshot of the video
• Mark in and Mark out
The Player Panel can also be used as an independent panel or replaced with the default position by simply dragging the panel.
Note:Underneath the time code is the Snapshot button. Snapshot lets you take a full-resolution still frame and automatically saves the picture to your Media Library as an image.
Also called your “Media Library,” the Media Panel will display all your imported source files when creating a project.
Here is a brief introduction to the functions:
• Media: Where your media files are imported.
• Stock Media: Choose royalty-free stock media from GIPHY/Pixabay/Unsplash.
• Audio: Explore Filmora’s audio files.
• Titles: Choose between available preset titles to use on your video.
• Transitions: Make your project eye-catching by using different Transitions.
• Effects: Choose eye-popping effects for your video.
• Stickers: Add elements to your projects like Stickers.
• Templates: Allows you to split screen videos with preset Templates.
The Timeline Panel is where you unleash your creativity by assembling your media files and adding effects to your video project. This is where you can perform various actions such as:
• Delete video clips, audio, transitions, elements, etc.
• Split your video clips or audio files.
• Edit your media file’s parameters.
• Render your video for a preview.
• Add marker.
• Record voiceover.
• Mix audio and more.
There are six layout models to choose from when editing your projects. You can choose between:
• Default: This will help you back to the original layout panel.
• Organize: The media panel will be extended to the bottom line in this mode.
• Edit: The property panel will be extended to the bottom line in this mode.
• Short Video: Best suit creators who intend to upload a short-form vertical video.
• Classic: for people who like the way it looked with the original version of Filmora.
• Dual: This mode works best for people who are accustomed to multiple monitors.
If you want to resize any of the panels, drag the resizing icon at the borders between each panel to adjust to your preferred fit.
Method 1: To resize panels horizontally, position the pointer on the sides until the pointer becomes a left and right arrow.
Method 2: To resize the panels vertically, position the pointer underneath the panels, then the pointer becomes an up-and-down arrow.
Filmora also has a number of features tailored to GoPro and action cam footage and an Instant Cutter to trim the clip without losing any quality. Please visit the Lens Correction guide to learn more.
To toggle between Light and Dark modes, go to File > Preferences > General and choose Light Mode or Dark Mode under Appearance. And click Ok to save the change.
This is what the light mode looks like:
Note:The skin color of the program will be consistent with your operating system if you choose System Default during setup.
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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.