Veed.io also called Veed Studio, is a browser-based video editing tool. The tool is simple, but it is good to know what features it offers and how to get the most of it. The blog post covers the Veed.io tutorial. It also contains videos to help you learn this tool in minimal time possible.
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You can upload videos, audio files, and images from your computer or your Dropbox account, starting with adding media.
The tool offers the multi-timeline feature, but the multi-timeline feature does not work for videos. You can only display one video simultaneously, but the tool supports adding and showing multiple images. The PRO plan allows for uploading of brand kit images.
The recording tool comes with quite a few options. You can record:
- record webcam with a virtual background
- record webcam with a blurred background
- record screen
- record an external webcam
- split two screen
All those options request permissions to either record the screen or to use the webcam. The virtual background tool is not as accurate as tools such as Zoom, but it does the job.
The screen recording tool asks for the screen (if you have multiple) you want to record. You can record browser tab, file explorer and even video games. As the recorder records online, there might be some lagging issuing while recording full HD videos games.
One of the reasons people like this tool is because it offers subtitle options. You can manually add, auto-generate subtitle, or upload the subtitle file.
To generate auto subtitles, you need to select the video language. Depending on the video length, it takes some time to generate the subtitles. Once the subtitles are generated, you get:
- subtitle editor
- subtitle durations
- translate option
- subtitle font
- font size
- bold and italicise text
- text alignment
- letter spacing
Other than above, you can shift subtitles. To add manually, click on the manual option, and add the captions in the boxes. You can adjust the timing next to each box.
The next tool in Veed.io tutorial is the text editor. Veed Studio comes with simple text editing features. The tool, by default, comes with three texts:
- regular text
The handwriting feature changes the font to a handwritten style font. As you add a text, you get the font, font size, text colour, bold, italicise, and text alignment features.
Another noticeable tool is the elements tool. With this tool, you can add some common shapes, emojis, progress bars, and sound waves. The progress bar and sound wave come with the functionality to place either and see it in action.
Filters and effects
So, what filters and effects do we get? I won’t name them all here, but you can expect over 12 filters and over 6 effects to add to the video. Each filter comes with an opacity bar to adjust the opacity.
The final tool, Veed Studio offers, is the draw tool. The option comes with two brushes called rounded and sliced. Both offer the same options, but the drawn brush is a bit different. With both you get:
- brush colour
- brush opacity
- brush size
Other than mentioned tools, anytime you can edit a video by adjusting the volume levels, video speed, and change its duration. Furthermore, you can:
- replace a video
- split a video
- clean it’s audio
- move text, audio and videos on the timeline
- adjust the zoom on the timeline
- change video size
- change video background colour
Let’s talk about exporting before finishing this Veed.io tutorial. You can export the video anytime, but you might want to change some output settings in the top settings option before you do.
The output section contains:
- video frame rate
- video resolution (the free plan offers 720p at max)
- encoder preset
Veed Studio also comes with some built-in presets that automatically adjust the above settings.
I would recommend carefully going through the above options before exporting because the tool takes some time to process the video on the export screen, and there is no stop option.
Once the video has been processed, you get a few options, including copy link, download video, download video as GIF, share video, and remove the watermark. The free version leaves a watermark to the top left of the video.
Veed studio may not be as prominent as Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, but it is a great choice for beginners to begin their journey. Anyway, this is the end of Veed Studio tutorial. I hope the article helped you learn this tool. Please let me know if you have any comments or questions down below so we can discuss more.