Don't think there is a tutorial for this yet.
That's Shiny, not Shiney.
@palacono How did I manage to muck up something as simple as that!
Easily done. If he's a mate of yours, tell him that after the 23rd use of the word "Obviously" in one video I decided I prefer your use of music and text.
Lots of you will probably already know of these reasources but check them out anyway there might be some new ones....
These are always good listings, and the sticky forum needs updating.
This one is very quick but some people wanted to know how to do this in Express.
This one is very basic and purely for beginners
This one is quite fast paced. Hopefully you can keep up
This keeps coming up everywhere.
@FilmTech I missed the tutorial with the best HitFilm resources - but that's such a great one! Super useful for anyone who watches it, I'm sure Keep churning them out - the level of consistency is admirable!
@KirstieT Thanks I really wanted a video where Hitfilm users could go to find all the resources to help them. I also wanted to shoutout some of the smaller channels and less known resources that I felt really deserved attention.
@FilmTech You are doing good work with these quick tutorials!
They get to the point and are easy to follow.
I just didn't get the last vid, did I miss the error?
@Andy001z It's a compatibility error. You cant export 60fps footage without the levels being higher than 4.2 and you cant export 4k footage without the levels being 5.1. Many people have complained about this in the comments and on the forums asking how to fix it, so I made this video.
@Filmtech oh I see, sorry missed that whole chat but then I am stuck at 30fps and HD.
Very quick tutorial.
Forgot to post this tutorial after I made it. It's been over 2 months since I made my last tutorial... I think it's probably about time I get started on making tutorials again.
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