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How To Add Slow Motion To Clips in GoPro Quik App

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The GoPro Quik app to me has to be one of the best video editors for your smartphone or tablet. It’s powerful yet easy to use even if you have no editing experience. The magic of GoPro Quik is its ability to do all the editing for you with little direction from you. You can make and really cool edit from start to finish in less than a minute if you let GoPro Quik do the work or you can go in and fine tune some of the clips yourself is you choose. In this tutorial, I will show you how to easily add slow motion effects to your clips in the GoPro Quik mobile app. This tutorial is for existing edits that have already been created. I will have a tutorial soon that will show you how to use the Quik App from start to finish.

Step 1: Launch the quick app and open an existing edit or create a new one.

Step 2: From the preview screen click on the clips button at the bottom of the screen.

 

Step 3: At this point, the Quik app will show you all the clips that are currently in your edit. Click on the thumbnail of the clip you would like to add the slow motion effect.

 

Step 4: A larger preview of the clip will appear, now at the bottom click on the scissor icon that is labeled trim. Processed to next step.

 

Step 5: On this screen, set the toggle labeled “Slow Motion” to on. When done click to OK button. At this point, you can now preview the clip to see how it looks in slow motion.

 

Step 6: If you are happy with the way it looks you can now go ahead and save the project. Export and share and you’re done!

That is it, it’s just that easy, but its Quik everything about it is designed to be easy. Stay tuned for more GoPro Quik tutorials for both the mobile app and desktop app coming soon.


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Air Magic – Automatic Drone Photo Editing App From Skylum

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Earlier in the week Skylum, the makers of Aurora HDR and Luminar launched a new software app called AirMagic. This new software is engineered specifically for editing photos taken on drones and it does it automatically. Let’s face it not all of us are editing guru’s, purchasing, learning, and mastering editing software like Photoshop or Lightroom can be time-consuming and expensive. There is a huge learning curve to get good results out of high-end photo editing apps. Not to mention some folks just don’t have time to spend hours upon hours editing shots they have captured with their drone.

This is were software like AirMagic comes in, this intelligent software can analyze your drone photo and make it look incredible with just a few clicks, the best part is there is no learning curve, AirMagic does everything for you. I was able to get my hands on a pre-release version and have been playing around with it for several weeks and I must say I am very impressed. This software can detect what drone the photo was captured with to make any adjustments needed for every specific drone. If you want to change the look of the finished photo they have also included some different styles that can be applied. If you have many files you want to edit, no problem, AirMagic can open up multiple files at a time for quick and easy batch editing.

One thing however that I wish they did include is a way to manually change the look, the software is geared for automatic editing, but it would be nice to be able to adjust some aspects of the editing for those who like to tinker. They do however include a strength slider, so if you find you want to tone things down a bit you are able.

All in all, this is a fantastic drone photo editing app for beginners and for those who don’t have a lot of time. If you just want to shoot photos with your drone and then be able to share them on social media without a lot of fussing around, AirMagic is definitely for you. I highly reconded the AirMagic app to all drone photographers, both beginners and seasoned.

Watch my demonstration of AirMagic working its magic on my demo video below.

Buy AirMagic: http://bit.ly/airmagic

 

 


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How To Use Audio Ducking in LumaFusion

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In this video tutorial, I go over how to use audio ducking in LumaFusion on your iPad or iPhone. Basically audio ducking is an automatic way to control audio levels for background music. You can set what audio track should be set to master and the background music will be automatically lowered when there is taking or other important audio. It is very easy to learn and use and a powerful tool when editing.


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