FilmoraPro Review 2020

Wondershare FilmoraPro Review 2020 Pros and Cons

FilmoraPro Video Editor

$86.99
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Features

9.5/10

Extra Features

9.0/10

Usability & Support

8.0/10

Perfomance

9.5/10

Price

9.0/10

Pros

  • Numerous preset options
  • Easy to upload media and audio.
  • Excellent List of Effects/Overlays/Transitions
  • 4K Video and GIF output options
  • Quick Video Trim/Edits

Cons

  • Multiple logins required. The software is jumping back and forth between online and local software.
  • Sometimes a little slow on long movies if you don't have a fast processor and a lot of RAM.
  • Cannot Select and Produce or Export Only Parts of the Timeline
  • Lacking some shortcuts to help navigate and maneuver timeline more efficiently
  • Some transitions are quite cartoony.

There is plenty of video editing software in the market, each of them with some special feature that makes it different from the others. Among them, FilmoraPro stands out as a truly intuitive video editing app. In this Wondershare FilmoraPro Review, we will tell you about the cons and pros of Wondershare FilmoraPro  2020 and give you a full overview.

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FilmoraPro is a powerful editing software with advanced features designed to give you more control over your videos. This software can compete with Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It takes lead from Premiere Pro from price and size also easy to use. FilmoraPro is the success of Filmora9 which is most popular among the non-techies. In this review, we will take a complete functions overview with pros and cons.

This software can empower you to create professional-looking videos with compositing, motion graphics, special effects, colour correction tools, and more. It is both powerful and easy to learn.

FilmoraPro is compatible with both Windows and Mac. You can output your projects to almost any popular video format.

Features of FilmoraPro

FilmoraPro has a lot of features if we compare it from Filmora9. We will discuss all features step by step with a complete list. Here are some popular features of FilmoraPro.

  • Animation
    • Motion Tracking
    • Animations
      • Keyframing
      • Anchor Points and more
    • Ease In/Ease Out Options
    • Pan & Zoom
  • Colour Grading
    • Auto-Correction
    • Control Settings
    • Colour Wheels
    • Scopes
  • Effects
    • Text and Titles
    • Lights & Flares
    • Warp and Distort
    • Masking
  • Sound Editing
    • Automatic Audio Sync
    • Audio Compressor
    • Noise Reduction
    • Audio Transitions
  • Video Editing
    • Unlimited Tracks
    • Advanced Editing
    • Preset Transitions
    • Automatic Stabilization
    • Built-in Screen Recorder

These are some popular features of FilmoraPro which can accelerate your videos to the next level. Let’s take a look at these features one by one.

1. Animation: Animate your video easily

FilmoraPro Animations

FilmoraPro Animations

FilmoraPro provides the facility to animate your videos Motion Tracking, Animations, Pan & Zoom and many more features which will create your video to the next level. Like Filmora9 and other video editing software, FilmoraPro will provide you with all facilities.

We will take a look and explain all these features in detail with step by step. FilmoraPro will definitely compete Adobe Premiere Pro CC if it continues its updates. By using these animations you will establish your signature style.

Let’s take look and start learning.

Motion Tracking

Motion tracking in VideoStudio allows you to track different objects in your video clips in order to add a moving title, image, or even blur or censor faces or other information.

Tether text or graphics to moving points in your videos. Motion Tracking is very popular and almost every software provide this facility so you can track your different objects.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Motion Tracking in FilmoraPro.

Animations

The animation is a method in which pictures are manipulated to appear as moving images. In traditional animation, images are drawn or painted by hand on transparent celluloid sheets to be photographed and exhibited on film. Today, most animations are made with computer-generated imagery.

FilmoraPro provides this facility to animate your texts and graphics. It has the value graph, smoothing, constant keyframes, motion blur, 3D, and exporting with transparency.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Animations in FilmoraPro.

Keyframing

In non-linear digital video editing, as well as in video compositing software, a keyframe is a frame used to indicate the beginning or end of a change made to a parameter. For example, a keyframe could be set to indicate the point at which audio will have faded up or down to a certain level.

By using keyframing in different ways you can curve your motion in the viewer panel and in the value graph so that you can complete your knowledge on how keyframes work in FilmoraPro.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Animations in FilmoraPro.

Anchor Points

The anchor point is the place where all the other fixed effects will work from. In other words, if I rotate my clip it will rotate around the anchor point. So, if the anchor point is in the middle of the clip (as it is by default) then it will rotate around the middle of my clip.

FilmoraPro provides adjusting the anchor point, copying, offsetting, and stretching out keyframes!

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Anchor Points in FilmoraPro.

 

Ease In/Ease Out Options

Ease-in will start the animation slowly, and finish at full speed. ease-out will start the animation at full speed, then finish slowly. ease-in-out will start slowly, be fastest at the middle of the animation, then finish slowly. ease is like ease-in-out, except it starts slightly faster than it ends.

Ease In: Simply slows down the value change when entering a keyframe.

Ease Out: Simply slows down the value change when exiting a keyframe.

FilmoraPro all have these facilities to edit your videos next level.

Pan & Zoom in FilmoraPro

Pan and Zoom effect, also known as Ken Burns Effect, which is used to apply to the video or image and make it slowly zoom in on the video part and pan from one subject to another.

FilmoraPro will make your videos like camera shots by using these features. This is a very famous and most used feature by an editor or content creator.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Pan & Zoom in FilmoraPro.


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2. Colour Gradient: Manipulate your videos

FilmoraPro Colour Gradient

FilmoraPro Colour Gradient

A colour gradient specifies a range of position-dependent colours, usually used to fill a region. For example, many window managers allow the screen background to be specified as a gradient.

FilmoraPro provides you unlimited colour wheel like Adobe Premiere Pro and other popular video editing software so that you can stylize your video professional.

We will take a look and explain all these features in detail with step by step. FilmoraPro will definitely compete Adobe Premiere Pro CC if it continues its updates.

Let’s take look and start learning.

Auto-Correction

FilmoraPro’s Color Correction folder in the Effects Panel features three Auto-Grading effects that adjust a layer’s colours, levels, or contrast.

This effect enhances colours in a video automatically, which is useful for changing colour values quickly.

  • Threshold: Sets a threshold below which colours in a video will not be affected by the Auto Color effect.
  • Blend with Original: Softens the effect’s impact on the footage. Higher values mean to keep more of the video’s original colour.
  • Select Frame: All auto-grading effects impact each frame of the video clip which they are applied to. The Select Frame option enables you to manually select the frame that will serve as a source for the automatic adjustments.

FilmoraPro also provides you with many other auto-correction features. Like Auto Contrast, Auto Level etc.

Control Settings

FilmoraPro control your setting and video editing facilities. These are mostly worked in the menu bar and provide your setting.

FilmoraPro behaviours and appearance can be adjusted to suit your preference. To open FilmoraPro’s Options window, choose ‘Options…’ in the File menu (On Mac, choose ‘Preferences…’ under Wondershare FilmoraPro.) The Options settings are divided into multiple tabs, located down the left side of the window.

Colour Wheels

A colour wheel or colour circle is an abstract illustrative organization of colour hues around a circle, which shows the relationships between primary colours, secondary colours, tertiary colours etc. FilmoraPro has built-in facilities for Colour wheels fo you can manipulate your videos.

YUV Color Correction Wheels utilize the YUV colour space instead of the RGB colour space. YUV colour space takes human colour perception into account.

Applying this effect converts your footage to the YUV colour space for adjustment. After you’ve made your changes you can convert the footage back to the RGB colour space. The YUV tool separates the brightness of the image from the colour data – the U channel contains the brightness data, while the Y and V channels store the colour data displayed on the horizontal and vertical axes that run through the centre of the wheel.

Scopes

The Scopes Panel allows you to monitor the colour values of the output of your project, based on the combined layers visible on the timeline at the playhead’s current position.

Scopes can help you accurately set exposure and balance, and help ensure consistency between shots.

Histogram, RGB Parade, Vectorscope, and the Waveform monitor are the four types of scopes that are available in FilmoraPro.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Color Gradient in FilmoraPro.

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3. Effects: Add effects and make awesome

FilmoraPro Effects Features

FilmoraPro Effects Features

FilmoraPro features a rich library of visual and audio effects that can be easily accessed from the Effects Panel. These effects are organized into folders. The Effects Panel also displays your saved presets.

The search bar can be used to look up effects by name. While you’re typing all effects that contain the word you’ve typed will be displayed as a list of suggested effects. The dropdown menu under Show All allows you to narrow down your search by only displaying particular types of effects (i.e. Audio Transitions).

Text & Titles

A title is one or more words used before or after a person’s name, in certain contexts. It may signify either veneration, an official position, or a professional or academic qualification. In some languages, titles may be inserted between the first and last name. Some titles are hereditary.

Since using this tool is a moderately easy task to do with the brand new Essential Graphics Panel, we are going to dive into some of the ways you can get titles to work in your favour. We’ll also look at how you can add subtitles in Premiere for a better viewing experience for your audience.

FilmoraPro has a variety of pre-built titles you can import via the Media panel.

Click on Titles to see a list of the text styles. Click on the one you want and click ‘Import’ to add it to the Media panel. From there you can drag it into the timeline.

Lights & Flares

Lights & Flares are video effects that can be found right under the Keying effects in the Effects panel. You can also hit on the plus button next to Effects in your Controls panel and select Lights & Flares.

A lens flare reflects light onto the image sensor and appears as streaks, halos, starbursts, and polygons. A lens flare reflects light onto the image sensor and appears as streaks, halos, starbursts, and polygons.

FilmoraPro gives you the facility of different types of Lights & Flares so that you can manipulate your videos easily without any next level editing knowledge.

Warp & Distort

Distortion is the alteration of the original shape of something. In communications and electronics, it means the alteration of the waveform of an information-bearing signal, such as an audio signal representing sound or a video signal representing images, in an electronic device or communication channel.

FilmoraPro’s Distort tool can be very useful, whether you want to add lively graphics to a video or simply wish to manipulate images with ease. This tool is used to change the shape and behaviour of a layer. Like many of the video effects found on FilmoraPro video editing software, using Distort effects gives you complete control over the outcome of your video or artwork.

Below we discuss the various effects and options within FilmoraPro’s Distort tool.

Masking

A video overlay, also known as PIP (Picture in Picture), is an effect where one video clip overlaps another video clip. Often one video is shrunk down and played in the corner of the other video, like when a screen recording includes face cam footage.

Masking refers to concealing parts of a layer (generally a video clip or image and any effects that have been applied to it). This technique is used to create a matte, which controls what is revealed and what is hidden.

he masks tools are located in the bottom left corner of the Viewer panel. The buttons, in order from left to right, are Freehand Mask / Edit Points Tool; Rectangle Mask Tool; Ellipse Mask Tool.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Effects and Masking in FilmoraPro.


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4. Sound Editing: Clear up your voice

FilmoraPro Audio Editing

FilmoraPro Audio Editing

Audio editing software is software which allows editing and generating of audio data. Audio editing software can be implemented completely or partly as a library, as computer application, as a Web application or as a loadable kernel module.

FilmoraPro has built-in Audio Editing modules. by using them you can detect beat detecting your audios. FilmoraPro enables you to add multiple audio tracks to the timeline.

These can be useful if you want to create a soundtrack for your video that contains dialogues, sound effects, and music. More information about using tracks in FilmoraPro is available at the Audio and Video tracks page.

Let’s take look and start learning.

Automatic Audio Sync

The Audio Mixer Panel has a traditional interface that is perfectly optimized for the adjustment of audio settings that ensure that all sounds can be heard properly and without clipping.

Audio Clipping or Peaking occurs when the audio output extends beyond the range of the playback. Clipping is depicted with red colour on audio meters and it may cause digital distortion that can impact the quality of your soundtrack significantly.

Audio Peaks are represented as green bars in the Audio Mixer Panel during playback or while you’re dragging the playhead. Each audio channel is displayed as a separate bar. Thin white lines or peak indicators appear when the sound on a channel reaches its peak, and they can help you detect any unwanted clipping.

Audio Compressor

Sometimes the difference between the loudest and the quietest points in an audio file can be too large which can render the file useless. In these situations, you can use the Compressor effect to reduce the peaks in the audio while keeping the quiet parts loud enough so that they can still be normally perceived, and conversely, you can make faint sounds louder without pushing the peaks above acceptable levels.

  • Input Gain – Enables you to control the amount of the source audio that is affected by the Compressor effect.
  • Threshold – Sets the audio level above which the file will be compressed, and below which the compression won’t affect the audio.
  • Limiter – Allows you to limit the peaks to a constant level which audio peaks cannot exceed. However, the Limiter option shouldn’t be used excessively, because it can cause sound distortions.
  • Ratio (x:1) – This option enables you to set the ratio at which audio levels will be reduced if they exceed the selected Threshold.
  • Knee – Lets you control the transition from uncompressed to compressed audio. Lower values create a hard knee or a harsh transition at the threshold, while higher Knee values make this transition much smoother.
  • Attack Time – Determines how many milliseconds the effect needs to compress the audio after it exceeds the Threshold level. Increasing the attack time ensures that extremes peaks are detected and compressed momentarily.
  • Release Time – Determines how many milliseconds the compressor needs to stop reducing the audio level after source-level reaches a value that is below the threshold.
  • Output Gain – Enables you to set the audio volume after the audio compression process.

Noise Reduction

Noise reduction is the process of removing noise from a signal. Noise reduction techniques exist for audio and images. Noise reduction algorithms tend to alter signals to a greater or lesser degree. All signal processing devices, both analogue and digital, have traits that make them susceptible to noise.

Audio files often contain background noises that can significantly reduce their quality. The Noise Reduction effect offers a quick and easy way to remove or decrease noise levels in audio files you’re using in your projects.

After you add the Noise Reduction effect to an audio file, you placed onto an audio track on the timeline, position the playhead at the exact spot on the timeline where unwanted noise is located. Keep in mind that the existence of other interfering noises will lessen the effect’s capability to reduce the noise that is troubling you. Recording the atmospheric sounds of a room or any other filming location, before you record the dialogue may help you deal with all other noises that may interfere with a noise you’re trying to reduce.

Once you’ve positioned the playhead at the desired location, you should proceed to click on the Capture Noise Print button under the Noise Reduction settings, located in the Effects menu that is available in the Controls Panel. The software will then sample the audio file in order to detect and remove the noise.

Audio Transitions

An audio fade is analogous to a video transition. For a crossfade, you add an audio transition between two adjacent audio clips on the same track.

Audio Transitions In production, audio transition is often referred to as crossfade. It is the sound that you hear when a clip or sequence is transitioning to the next clip or sequence. Adding audio transitions post-editing is a technique used to create a smooth transition between two audio files.

FilmoraPro Provides your the facility for Audio Transitions so that audio can be edit easily.

The Transitions-Audio folder in the Effects Panel offers a few transitions that can be used to mix two audio files seamlessly.

  • Cross Fade – Reduces the audio level of a clip before the cut, and gradually increases the audio level of the clip after the cut.
  • Fade – This transition can be applied to the beginning of the end of an audio clip. It either fades in from silence or fades out to silence.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Audio Editing in FilmoraPro.


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5. Video Editing: Power up your story

Video Editing in FilmoraPro

Video Editing in FilmoraPro

Video editing is the process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post-production process — other post-production tasks include titling, colour correction, sound mixing, etc.

As FilmoraPro is a video editing software which specially designed for video editing features. So, we will explain its features in detail so that you can manipulate your videos at the next level.

Let’s take look and start learning.

Unlimited Tracks

After starting a new project in FilmoraPro, you will be able to see only two tracks on the timeline. The video files will be displayed on the upper track and audio files on the lower. As you progress in your project, you can add an unlimited amount of new tracks to the timeline.

Tracks can either contain video or audio files, so a video file can never be added to an audio track and vice versa. You can place all visual content including planes, video clips and images to a video track. Audio tracks are located in the lower part of the timeline, while the video tracks are always positioned in the upper part of the timeline. How much of the audio tracks or video tracks you see can be adjusted by moving up and down the splitter that separates the video tracks from the audio tracks?

The number of clips you can place on a single track is not limited. The clips you add to a track are arranged one after the other, with or without gaps between them, and their order can be changed simply by dragging a clip to a new location on a track.

Advanced Editing

When we are editing, there are several advanced tools we can use to speed up our process and make it more precise. When working in the trimmer after setting the in and out points, we can place this selected part of the clip in between other clips on the timeline.

FilmoraPro has many Advanced Editing tools the list is as follows.

Preset Transitions

A preset is a configuration of settings, designed to achieve a certain look or style of your photo. With just one click on a preset, your photo can be altered to have a film look or to achieve the tones you desired.

Well, FilmoraPro has a lot of effects which are in the Effects panel organized in folders. A great way to learn about these effects is by experimenting with them on clips and seeing what they look like. For this process, we’ll recommend that you should use the effects of workspace.

Automatic Stabilization

Video stabilization is a technology that reduces the “shakiness” of videos automatically. In technical terms, it describes techniques that reduce blurring associated with the motion of a camera during exposure.

Wondershare FilmoraPro is the best video stabilizer software. It stands out by its very easy-to-use interface. Therefore in its largest update, FilmoraPro can detect your video stabilisation.

Built-In Screen Recorder

Screen recording is a vital feature for gaming videos, as well as many types of tutorials and presentations. A screencast is a digital recording of computer screen output, also known as a video screen capture or a screen recording, often containing audio narration.

Screen recording is a useful feature that helps with recording online broadcasts that you can study later or send to someone. Fans of computer games can record their achievements in a computer game, the work of any program.

Note: this feature is only available for the Windows version of FilmoraPro.

Watch the video from Filmora team that how to use Audio Editing in FilmoraPro.


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Pricing

Wondershare FilmoraPro is available in three different versions: FilmoraPro trial version, 1-year subscription, and a lifetime license.

  • Free Trial: You can download the FilmoraPro trial version from its official website. With the Movavi Free Trial version, you will be able to use the program free of charge for lifetime but with an overlay.
  • 1-year license: For only $89.99 you can purchase the 1-year subscription version of FilmoraPro. It is fully functional and doesn’t have any restrictions. After a year you’ll need to renew your subscription.
  • A lifetime license: This is a lifetime payment of $149.99, no monthly or yearly dues, and you can use it in one computer at a time. In other regards, it’s similar to a 1-year subscription.

Minimum System Requirements

In order for FilmoraPro to run properly, it must be installed on a system which meets or exceeds the following requirements.

Windows: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit), Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit)

Apple: macOS 10.15 Catalina, macOS 10.14 Mojave, macOS 10.13 High Sierra

Internet connection: Required for online activation

Processor: Intel Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 or AMD equivalent.

Disk: At least 1.2 GB free hard disk space for installation.

RAM: 4GB

Graphics processor:

  • Intel HD Graphics 5000 or later
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 700 or later
  • AMD Radeon R5 240 or later
  • 2 GB VRAM (4GB required for HD and 4K videos)

Recommended Minimum Hardware

Processor: Intel Core i5-3550, Core i7, or AMD equivalent

RAM: 8 GB

Graphics card:

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or better
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640 or better
  • 4GB Video Memory

Conclusion

So, in the end, our thoughts are that if you want professional editing then you need this software which is the best alternative of Adobe Premiere Pro and Filmora. This software is very popular and emerging very fastly. Maybe in the future, it will improve its services and give you a great UI.

Our team decided that FilmoraPro need some important updates and need to add more features to make it market. In the other hands, Premiere Pro and Vegas Pro are great in Alternative. If Wondershare wants to compete for this software then they have to update it day by day with complete functionality.

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