Updated: Mar 6
Wondershare Filmora is a very popular video editor for non-professionals and also it’s growing very fast. From the past two years, we noticed that Filmora is going to share its own market in the video editing field. Therefore Wondershare Launched the new version of its product Filmora as Filmora X.
Wondershare just launched its huge update for Filmora. This time it changes the name of Filmora9 to FilmoraX and adds some great features in this update. In this update, we can compete with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects up to 40%. So you can edit your videos with more powerful features. Let’s take a look at its overview.
Its features have sometimes fallen behind those offered elsewhere, but its 10th version, Filmora X, was released in October 2020 and includes some major new additions that users had been calling for: motion tracking, keyframing, color matching, and audio ducking. In our Filmora X review, we assess these latest features and help you decide whether this is the right application for you.
Motion Tracking: Intuitive tracking that’s suitable for beginners and intermediate editors. Tracking is easily accessible from the main interface of Filmora X.
Keyframing: Users can apply one-click presets for an easier keyframe experience or just animate freely. Editable presets make keyframing easy.
Color Matching: It is possible to apply color correction settings across multiple clips at once. Take color settings from one clip and then apply them to a batch of clips with ease.
Audio Ducking: Background music can be quickly faded so that the dialogue or voiceover stands out. Fading one audio track into another now takes one click.
Dark/Light Skin UI Switch: Users can edit in light or dark mode for a more comfortable experience.
Keyboard Shortcut Customization: Edit faster using hotkey commands.
Mac Touch-Bar Support: A faster way to preview the timeline.
Operating System: Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10
Memory (RAM): 512 MB of RAM required.
Hard Disk Space: 300 MB of free space required.
Processor: 1 GHz Intel or AMD processor or later.