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Hey guys, today I'm going to teach you how to make an awesome workout video like this one. It's time for our at-home workout for our glutes and hips! We begin in phase one: our dynamic warmup.  The leg comes up, the arm goes up to the ceiling, all the way back down to our face, and on the floor again. It's important to keep that leg at a 90-degree angle so that you don't sustain yourself an injury.  You're going to repeat this five times on both sides. This move is great for a full range of motion and to really get that blood pumping. Now it's time for phase two. We start with our lateral leg raise for 30 seconds. Make sure that toe is pointed towards the floor.




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Alright. So, I'm going to teach you how to edit a video just like this one. We're going to create a new project at 007. And we're going to bring in our footage that, hopefully, you shot with the Smooth 4.  We're just going to bring in all the files right now.  The first thing I do is scrub through and I find where I want my video to start. Once I'm at where I want my video to start, I'm going to click on the video clip, click on the scissors icon and click on Trim to the left of play. Now I have a whole bunch of video clips, so I'm just going to fast forward, but all I'm doing is just trimming the video.  I'm choosing beginning points, ending points, I'm splitting the clips. Just basic stuff for right now.  Now, the first effect that we're going to work on is the camera's going to cut and it's going to zoom in and show a specific body part and its movement. With the clip selected, I'm going to click on the scissors icon and click Split at play. And I'm going to go to where I want it to jump back out and click Split at play, as well.  Now, with that little middle clip, we're going to zoom in. So we're going to click on the cropping feature and we're going to zoom in until it's exactly where we want it to be... and make sure the equals sign is selected so that you don't accidentally zoom in or out and it stays constant throughout your video.  Next, we're going to change the speed. So click on your clip and go to the speed icon. We're going to lower it to about .5 (about 50%).  Alright. So now we're going to add a transition. To do so, click on the transition box in between the clips. We're going to choose a classic transition and a Crossfade. So now, as you can see, our video crossfades and now it's zoomed in.  But we want a transition to come out of it, so we're going to click on the box again and apply another Crossfade. The next effect I want to do is a freeze-frame. So as you can see, the camera goes down and shows the 90 degrees in her leg. But what I want to do is freeze-frame it and add a graphic.  So, I'm going to go to the point that I want it to freeze-frame, click on Trim, and Split and insert freeze frame.  Now it added the freeze-frame into our Timeline. We're going to come back and do the graphic later. For now, I'm going to jump to the beginning and we're going to add the opening titles.  I went and I downloaded a black screen, or you can just take a black screenshot or whatever you like and bring that in. Now we're going to add a Layer and choose Text. You can name it whatever you like. Ours is The At-Home Workout: Glutes and Hips. We're going to scale the text up, and as you can see there's a whole bunch of options: Whether you want the shadows on or off, glow, outline... At the top left, you can change the font. So we're going to click on League Gothic to change it to that font.  And I'm going to scale it up just a little bit. You can change the colour to whatever you like: I'm going to go with a light blue. KineMaster has a lot of great options. 


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We can even choose how we want our text to appear.  On the In Animation, I'm going to choose Letter-by-letter. You can even customize how long it takes to appear.  So I'm actually going to make it a little bit longer. And do... 1.5 seconds.  We can go back and now, our Out Animation; I just want it to fade out when it's done.  We can add a transition between our intro screen and our first clip. To do that, again we're going to click on the box and I'm going to do another Crossfade.  We can hit play to see how it looks... It looks good, but I want the text to fade out a little sooner. So, I can zoom in on the timeline (two-finger spread) and I'm going to click and drag the end of the text box and we're going to change the duration to end just about halfway through the transition. So now our text fades out about halfway through, which is great.  So there's our intro text. Now, we're going to do our Phase One text. Again, we're going to click Layer> Text and enter Phase 1: this is our Warm-up. Again, I want it all to match. We're going to click League Gothic on the font. We're going to scale it up and position it in the bottom left corner. For the In Animation, I want it to fade in, and I want it to do it pretty quick, so I'm going to change the duration. Same thing for the Out Animation: I want it to fade out and I want it to fade out a bit quicker.  I'm going to change the text so it only appears during the first video clip.  Alright! Next, we're going to add a graphic to that freeze-frame that we created earlier. I'm going to click on Layer> Handwriting and I are going to make sure it starts just at the beginning of the photo.  You can change the arrow type, whether you want it to be a line or an arrow. I'm going to choose the line. And you can change the colour to whatever you'd like. I'm going to go with yellow.  So I'm going to draw the top part of it, then I'm going to change the line to become an arrow. I'm going to draw the arrow down. (Android only) And, just like everything else, you can customize the In Animation. For this one I want it to Draw in order (Android only) And then for the Out Animation, I want it to fade out. And for this transition, I'm going to do something a little different. We'll go with the Color Tiles transition.  Now, to do the rest of the text, an easy way is to select Phase One, and we can duplicate it right here. And we can just hold it and drag it to where we want it to be. 


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So, I'm going to add a new text, going to add a transition, and again, since it's a bit redundant, I'm just going to fast forward and show you that I'm just adding a bunch of different texts; I can customize it by changing the outro, the intro, I'm throwing on transitions... Until we get to this part. This is the scene where we zoomed in earlier.  Now, in this clip, I want to add a circle. So I'm going to add a Layer> Handwriting and we can change the line to a different shape. And if we hit Play, it looks good, but I want it to pop a little bit more and make it easier to read.  So, what I'm going to do is bring in another black screen. I'll scale it so that it fits the length of the text, and I'm going to crop it so that it's just a little bit bigger than our text. So, right now, the black box is in front of our text and blocking it. So, to change this, I'm going to click on the black screen, click on the three dots icon on the left,  and choose to Send to back. Now, our text is showing. And I'm just going to fine-tune it so that it's centred. And now we can read our text much easier.  I'm going to lower the opacity of it just a little bit... And that's the end of our video! Now, I wanted to add music. So I'm going to go to the very beginning of my Timeline, I'm going to click on Audio, and you can click on the KineMaster store on the top right and you can search for a song that you really like. So, I'm going to click download and it installs it so I'll exit out.  And under Music Assets, I can click the plus icon to add it into the Timeline.  The very last thing we're going to do is do a voiceover. To do that, you can just click on Voice and hit Start when you're ready.  Then, after you're done recording your voiceover, it'll place the file directly on your Timeline and your video will be good to go.  Feel free to adjust the volume if it's too loud or too quiet.  But that's all the steps and now you've created your own workout tutorial video.

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