2017 VIDEO: Simple video editing with Shotcut, for virtual worlders

 Simple video editing with Shotcut, for virtual worldersInstructions for simple editing of a video file captured in a virtual world.  How to pick out the good parts and put them together in a video. Shotcut opening screenClick image to enlargeFive stepsOpen Shotcut, free opensource software for video editing.Load the video file, make Shotcut full screenMark clips and save in PlaylistDrag clips to timelineExport to MP4-Shotcut is free opensource software for video editing.Shotcut, Tutorial videosAdding Text To Your Videos In ShotCut Shotcut outputs to common video formats, including MP4.Free video resources for virtual worlds: Screen capture beyond FRAPSArticles about video from this blog*******************************************************************(More after the break, scroll down!)********************************************************************** Metaverse events, current and upcomingHypergrid Writer’s CommunityIMA Blog3D web-worlds of the browser (G+ community)Public service web-world by CybaLounge. Virtual worlders, this one is for usMal Burns: Inworld ReviewTry a browser-based virtual worldSelby’s daily news collection:  Virtual worlds are real   Virtual Outworlding news collection Events on the Hypergrid: HYPEventsEntertainment on the HypergridHYPERGRID EVENTSDestination guide: OpenSimWorldHyperica, Directory of Opensimulator hypergrid destinationsOpensim AAM Virtual PerformersWELCOME TO SEANCHAI LIBRARIESVirtual world G+ communities:  Communities virtual worlds G+In a virtual world, your deodorant never fails.**********************************************You captured video with interesting segmentsYou want to cut it down to those segmentsAnd render it in mp4 for upload to YouTube.The raw video file is probably in a folder called VideosLoad the video file into shotcutStart Shotcut, full screen.Open the video folder and drag the raw video file onto the Shotcut screenClick the Playlist button.  You are going to turn those interesting segments into clips.  Video file loadedMark clips and save in PlaylistUse the player to find the clips you want to use.When you see a clip, go to the start point and press i (for in) on your keyboard.Then go to the end place and press o (for out) on your keyboard.The clip will be marked by a colored bar underneath. You can move the endpoints with your cursor–Press/hold  the left mouse button on the endpoint, drag it.When the clip suits you, save it in the Playlist.Click the plus (+)  button under the Playlist.That copies your clip to the playlist. Now you can mark another clip.  Note that when you start marking the second clip, the first mark vanishes.So be sure to save each clip in the playlist.First clip marked and copied to playlistDrag clips to the timelineThe timeline is in the bottom space and appears when you put a clip there.  Drag the clips in the order you want for the video.  If there is a gap between two clips, right click on the gap and click RemoveClips chosen and dragged to timelineRender and postWhen you are finished editing, click Files (upper right)Select export.  I export to MP4, 1280×720.  I set my Firestorm viewer screen to capture in those dimensions also.In Firestorm, turn on the Advanced menu in Preferences.  Export button to render as MP4PromoteG+ communities on the hypergridMy G+ streamPromote your video Video MarketingVirtual World Video**********************************************************************************LicenseOriginal text in this blog is CC By: unless specified public domainUse as you please with attribution: link to the original.All images without attribution in this blog are CC0: public domain.*********************************News and NotesHG links– depending on your interests About  educationAbout artDinosaurSailing in virtual worldsAbout VideosSights of the virtual worldsPeople of the virtual worldsAbout business  The incomplete works of Ann Tree PrenyourOutworldz One-Click Hypergrid  (Install your own HG)Binder’s OSWorlds Stats and Status (past week)Google Calendar tutorial (Used for notices of HG events)Hypergrid Tour 2016-01– 167 virtual worldsEvents on the Hypergrid: HYPEventsEntertainment on the Hypergrid, a G+ community   HYPERGRID EVENTS   Hypergrid DestinationsHypergrid-related articles in this blogCommunities in the virtual worldsArcadia Asylum All Around   G+ community: Hypergrid SafariG+ community: Metaverse ToursOpensimworld. 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Communities, communication, shared goalsTime conversion: put time/zone into Google search to get your time The Hypergrid WIP ShowThe Hypergrid WIP is a one hour “show & tell” of works in progress. Everyone is invited.  Building, scripting, entertainment– whatever you are working on.Selby may capture video of presentations in voice, for posting on YouTube.The WIP show normally meets on 2 Sundays a month at 12 pm California time.The show meets at the Pandora location on the second Sunday But will not meet in the summer.And at Cookie II on the fourth Sunday.  To keep up with the WIP meetings, join the Kitely group, Work in progress.Next WIP meetingSunday August 27, noon SLT (California) timeCookie II location (fourth Sunday of the month)HG address below: paste into the World Map next to Find. 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