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- From the file list, right-click on the file to be edited and select Video Editor from the option menu that appears.
- Once the Video Editor is opened, the multi-colored waveform will be displayed providing the tracks audio information. If the track is Audio only, the Video Timeline and Video Preview will be empty. If the track is a Video file, the Video Timeline will display the entire video and the Video Preview will be stopped on the first frame.
- Position the Playhead to the desired position using the play buttons or by dragging it into place. Use a wheel mouse to zoom in and out and the scroll bar to move back and forth to the areas that require a precise edit.
- Alternatively, clicking on any area besides the Playhead in the Video Timeline will create an editable field (red area) that can be adjusted with a mouse.
Click on the OVERLAY VIDEO button to place the overlay at the beginning of the playhead or in the red highlighted area of the Video Timeline. This will open the computer's file library to select the video to be overlayed.
Once the file is selected it will be imported to both the Video Timeline and the Overlay Editor. If a designated section is created (red area) in the Video Timeline, the selected clip will only be added to that area.
Grab the ends of the clip to resize the Video Overlay and/or grab the entire clip to reposition it with the mouse pointer.
In the Overlay Editor, highlight the section of the clip to be used in the Video Timeline by grabbing the ends of the clip and dragging them to resize and reposition the portion of the clip to be used. Click on Stretch and/or Repeat if the selected area is larger than the video clip being used as the overlay.
To add the same clip to another area of the timeline, reposition the playhead and click on the OVERLAY VIDEO button once again.
Click on the OVERLAY IMAGE button to place the overlay at the beginning of the playhead or in the red highlighted area of the Video Timeline. This will open the computer's file library to select the image to be overlayed.
Once the Image is placed in the Video Timeline, grab the ends of the image to resize the Image Overlay and/or grab the entire image to reposition it with the mouse pointer until it is in the desired position.
Click on the OVERLAY TEXT button to place the overlay at the beginning of the playhead or in the red highlighted area of the Video Timeline.
Go to the Overlay Editor and select the ‘text overlays’ tab (if not selected). Enter the text to be displayed in the text box on the left. On the right, choose the font and color of the displayed text as well as add borders and/or shadows if desired.
In the Video Timeline, grab the ends of the clip to resize the Text Overlay and/or grab the entire clip to re-position it with the mouse pointer until it is in the desired position.
Click on the OVERLAY LYRICS button to overlay time-stamped lyrics to an audio or video file.
In the left box, search will try to automatically retrieve the results for the selected file. Clicking on the result will automatically populate the right box with the lyrics and time stamps.
If no search results are provided or you wish to add lyrics manually, you can type a left bracket [ and the editor will auto complete the time stamp for the current play heads position. You can then continue typing the lyrics for the line to appear at the selected time. Alternatively, you can copy and paste lyrics from various sites (azlyrics.com, etc) to fill in the lyrics that you wish to appear for the selected file.
Once all the lyrics are populated (automatically, manually, or a combination of both) you can adjust the timing of the lyrics so that they synchronize with the file properly. The lyrics will be represented on the timeline in purple and each line will be defined by a pink marker. Grab the pink marker and drag it to the desired position to adjust the timing. All lyrics located to the left of the marker will maintain their position while all lyrics to the right will follow the marker in order to preserve their timing. The time stamps in the editor will automatically change while editing the lyrics position on the timeline.
- Multiple Video, Text, Image and Lyric Overlays can be added to the same track. If an error is made or the results of the Overlay are not as planned, highlight the selected Overlay in the Video Timeline and click on the delete button to remove it.
- Once all overlays are inserted and edited to preference, click on the Save button. A window will appear prompting for the file to be named. Name the file and click Save to complete the process. The file will be automatically added to the Search Database and can be re-edited as many times as necessary.