Learn by doing – use LumaFusion to create a film about birds

Follow along with source files

Have you had the opportunity to shoot a quick video on your phone and had a few minutes to edit it but didn’t have access to your computer? Loosing that motivation of time when you get home. Then you discover Lumafusion but it’s a bit much!

What you’ll learn

  • Understand the LumaFusion iOS app interface and media sources along with simple edits and comping elements.
  • Create a basic intro for our bird movie and show how to use keyframing and effects along with frame speeds and gestures.
  • Identify advance editing using green keying and transitions along with overlay titles and shapes.
  • Share and export your movie, projects and add voice natation and external app access.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 10min.
  • The video intro –> 2 lectures • 47min.
  • Where part one –> 3 lectures • 46min.
  • The outro –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Sharing and other tools –> 1 lecture • 1min.

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Requirements

  • LumaFusion version 3 and above.

Have you had the opportunity to shoot a quick video on your phone and had a few minutes to edit it but didn’t have access to your computer? Loosing that motivation of time when you get home. Then you discover Lumafusion but it’s a bit much!

With Lumafusion you can edit it right on your phone. In this tutorial you can follow along as I edit a video about birds and it covers all the basics of Lumafusion, rather than watching tutorials and reading the manual about features, this tutorial shows you my workflow, with storyboards and scrips and all the good stuff.

Media can come from your camera, the files app, stills and from Storyblocks. We move media around using the multiselect tool and discuss the apple pencil and other connections.

We start of designing our intro, our outro and storyboarding the movie. Then we gather the source media and do edits and cuts and some keyframing. We cover transitions, audio, and narration. We talk about green screen and other apps to create text on screen and advance keyframing that text.

The timeline limitations are covered and exporting and airdropping media.

Join me as we explore by doing and lets have fun editing.