When you’re creating music tutorials to show people how to play a certain instrument, one of the effects that is going to prove extremely useful is the ‘zoom’ effect. Properly used, you can put it to work to show close-ups of the actions you’re performing to play the instrument and then zoom back out to continue the tutorial.
While you may not feel familiar enough with video editing to pull off this sort of special effect, the Movavi Video Editor will simplify the process. When you use it, all you need to do is:
- Load the video into the software by clicking ‘Add Media Files’ and selecting it.
- Open the ‘Tools’ tab, expand the ‘Zoom’ list and select ‘Zoom-in-out’.
- In the ‘Preview Window’, adjust the grey frame that will appear to select the area that you want to zoom into, and click ‘Apply’ when you’re satisfied.
- Save your video by clicking ‘Export’.
For more complete instructions, head over to: www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-zoom-in-video.html.
It should be noted that the instructions will span the entire video and cause it to start zooming in, focus on the area, and then zoom back out over its full duration. If you’d like to only zoom in at a specific point of the video, you can simply use the other features of the Movavi Video Editor to split the video into segments and select a specific segment to implement the effect.
While you’re at it you may also want to explore the features of the Movavi Video Editor that will allow you to enhance the video quality, add customizable text, include background music and voiceovers, as well as apply other special effects and filters. Between all these features, you should be able to really create a professional-looking music tutorial.
All said and done, the Movavi Video Editor will make it easy to apply zoom effects as well as countless other edits to improve your music tutorial videos. In turn that will help you to grab your audience’s attention and engage them by providing music tutorials that look more professional and polished.