Lær at bruge OpenShot på 5 minutter!

At bruge OpenShot er meget nemt og denne gennemgang vil vise dig de basale ting på under 5 minutter. Efter denne gennemgang vil du være i stand til, at lave en simpelt foto præsentation med musik.

Trin 1 - Import af fotos musik

Before we can begin making a video, we need to import files into OpenShot.  Drag and drop a few images (*.JPG, *.PNG, etc...) and a music file (most formats will work) from your Desktop to OpenShot Video Editor.  Be sure to drop the files where the arrow in the illustration is pointing to.

Trin 2 - Arranger fotos på tidslinien

After you have imported some files, the next step is adding them to the timeline and arranging them. Click on each photo (one at a time), and drag them onto Track 2 on the timeline.  Drag and drop the photos (also known as clips) to arrange them.

Tilføj musik til tidslinie

To make our photo slide-show more interesting, we need to add some music.  You should have imported a music file in step 1.  Click on the music file, and drag it onto Track 1 on the timeline.

Trin 4 - Se projektet igennem

To preview what our video looks & sounds like, click the Play button under the preview window.  Click the Play button again to pause your video.  Remember, if you need to re-arrange any clips, just drag and drop the clips to move them.

Trin 5 - Eksporter din video

Once you are happy with your photo slide-show video, the next step is to export your video.  This will convert your OpenShot project into a single video file, which should work on any Linux media player (such as Totem, VLC, etc...) or websites (such as YouTube, Vimeo, etc...).

Click on the Export Video icon at the top of the screen (or use the File > Export Video... menu).  Choose from one of the many preset export options, and click the Export Video button.

Step 6 – Enjoy OpenShot!

You should now have a basic understanding of how OpenShot works.  Importing, Arranging, Previewing, and Exporting. Hopefully this tutorial took less than 5 minutes for you to complete.  Please read the rest of this manual for a more detailed understanding of OpenShot, and it's advanced features.  Enjoy!