When the installation completes, you can launch FilmForth from Windows 10/11 start menu, and then you’ll get to the application main interface as the snapshot shown below.
On the left column, there’s a Fast Video option. Click on the Fast Video, you will see a video/slideshow template playing.
Tap on Add Your Media and the application will lead you to start a quick video editing with this template.
On the right side, you can click New Project button to add new videos or photos for editing or you can tap the Open a Project button to continue an existing project. New Project button and Open a Project button point to different destinations on your local storage, the former opens the last media importing path while the latter leads you to FilmForth project storage path.
Tap on the New Project button, you will be asked to ADD VIDEO/PHOTO CLIPS from your computer to edit your videos.
Open a Project option allows you to directly select the work you already have.
Below are your recent projects. If you had edited videos, they would be listed below.
On the upper-right corner, there are Contact and Setting icons. If you meet any issues in using FilmForth, please feel free to send the issue to us or click the Chat button to join our Discord group for help.
Click the cog icon from the upper-right side to enter FilmForth Settings, where you can customize language and video configurations like resolution, quality, FPS, video storage location, etc.
By default, display language will be automatically set up according to your location; the resolution for saved videos is 720p; the video quality is 10 Mbps, and the video frame rate is 30 FPS.
Tick on the hardware-accelerated encoding to save lots of time on video exporting.
At the bottom of FilmForth home screen, you can see there are some buttons.
Click on the YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter icons to share with FilmForth and the community your ideas, suggestions which will mean quite a lot to the Team.
User Guide provides some video editing tips about FilmForth.
The blog is the video maker resource library where you can easily learn how to edit videos, make a slideshow, etc.
Get detailed information about FilmForth or IoForth from About.