How To Use CapCut Editor App – Beginners Tutorial

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The CapCut is a great app for editing video by ByteDance, which also runs TikTok. To consumers who desire an artistic solution, the site provides various options that allow them to create videos with effects on indigenous pictures or videos, lenses, graphics, separate tracks, and many other features. Without the need for a label, the completed clip could be downloaded on a mobile or posted to social media.

Android and iPhone users can use the Capcut editor app. In this article, we have formulated a short tutorial on CapCut for PC and the basics of how to use it.

When you first open the app, you’ll notice that it displays all of your recordings from your collection. You’ll also notice a single stock selection. In stock, you’ll find a lot of videos. After you’ve decided which one you’d like to alter, you’ll be presented with a number of options, including Edit, Stickers, Audio, Text, and many others.

Once you’ve finished modifying, save the clip on the device & share it with the world. The clip will begin to be saved to the library by simply clicking on the save icon which is at the top left. You’ll also notice some incredible features. You may check each one individually with this app.

Here is the step-by-step guide to help you edit your images or videos.

How To Use CapCut Editor To Edit, Step-By-Step

Step 1: Install CapCut on your computer and run it. To commence the project, click the “Allow” option and now the “+” sign.

Step 2: Choose the media that you wish to use for the final video (video and/or pictures) then hit on the “Add” option.

Step 3: To trim the video’s starting part, click the white boundary at the start and move this to the side until you reach the required point. Slide the white border out from the end of the clip towards the left to chop it off.

Step 4: Put the pointer just at the moment you need the words to display there in the clip and hit the “Text” option. Now select “add text”.

Step 5: Inside the selected area, type the required phrase. You may twist and resize the text box by dragging it. Change the background, color, fill, font, and many others. 

Step 6: Click the tick symbol once you are done. It will save the content and switch to the editor’s home menu when you’ve found the best output. 

Step 7: To use an effect, click that and then hit the checkmark. Now slide the effect’s boundaries to line up with both the video’s start and end points; delete the effect to revert towards the main screen.

Step 8: Select “Filters” from the drop-down menu, and then scroll via the possible choices. One could create a transition effect among two films by adding the required effect and choosing the time-lapse in between.

Step 9: You can also apply any other effect from the menu. Add emojis or stickers to your videos to finish off the editing. Save it using the button on the top.

Step 10: Once you have saved the finished video, you will find it in your library. You can now share it with the world.

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