FilmForth supports video creators in editing videos as they need. Also, FilmForth provides advanced audio editing technology to help movie makers create stunning background music.
FilmForth provides a Detach Audio feature. You can click to select a video on the timeline and click the Detach Audio button. Then, the audio of this video will be separated and listed below the video timeline. Now, if you tap on the video timeline, you can still choose the various editing options to edit the video.
Now, if you tap on the video timeline, you can still choose the different editing options to edit the video.
If you tap on the audio timeline, you are able to edit the audio as well.
Click to select the audio, then you are able to split, trim, change playback speed, adjust volume, duplicate, or delete the audio.
Besides, you can also choose the Add Audio to change the background audio for your video or use Voiceover to record your own audio and apply it to the video.
You can use a local audio file to give your video new background music by clicking the Add Audio button. Please note that we suggest that you use audio files that are not copyright protected and royalty-free, and the built-in music is free to use. Also, click Add a local audio file to import your audio file from your local storage to the video editing.
The Voiceover tool supports recording your own voice and applying them to the video as the background audio.
Tap on the Voiceover button, you will see the Micphone button. Then click the Micphone and start to record your own voice.
Click the Pause key to pause the recording. The pause button is now in color blue.
Tap the Microphone icon again to stop the recording. And FilmForth will turn into the video editing screen immediately after you finished the audio recording.
Other editing options at the bottom of the audio editing space, including Trim, Speed, Volume, Set Start, Duplicate, Delete are introduced in the following part.
Drag the Playhead to the position where you want to split the audio and click Split. The audio can be split into as many parts as you want.
Click to select the audio file you intend to trim and click Trim. Then, drag the start bar or the end bar to trim the audio to the length you want.
Click to select the audio in the timeline. Then, click the Speed button to adjust the playback speed of the audio. 1x is the default speed. There are 0.25x, 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x playback speeds available.
Click to select the audio part in the timeline. Then, click the Volume button. You are able to turn down the audio or set audio Fade In/Out duration.
Click to select the audio track. Then, drag the Playhead to the position of the video where you want the audio to be started. Last, click Set Start to set start of the audio for the video.
Click to select the audio and click the “Duplicate” or “Delete” button to add a duplicate audio track after the current audio track or delete the audio.