Users may help make their videos stand out from the crowd by using filters and overlays. For your convenience, Filmora Video Editor includes more than 300 cost-free filters and overlays that you may use.
1.Apply Filters or Overlays to a Video – Navigate to the “Effects” option in the media library. Once there, you’ll see a list of available filters and overlays that you can apply to your video using Filmora Video Editor.
– Navigate to the filter or overlay that you want to apply to your target video, click the “+” icon, and then either simply drag and drop the effects onto the timeline or click the “Add” button.
– We are going to start applying effects to your video right now.
Note: You may replace the black bars in a 16:9 movie with background blur effects if you are editing a clip that is 9:16 long and has a portrait aspect ratio.
2.Delete Filters and Overlays
Simply right-click on the filter or overlay effect that you want to remove in the timeline, and then pick “Delete” from the context menu that appears.
You have a variety of alternatives to choose from when it comes to filters and overlays when you use Filmora Video Editor, and you can also find and download your favorite one online. In the media library, the filters and overlays are located on the left-hand side of the interface.
You have the ability to personalize the filter and overlay effects. You may alter the length by sliding the edge of the symbol to the left or right. You also have the ability to adjust the alpha opacity, which may range anywhere from 0 to 100. It is possible for you to make the filter more see-through by setting the value lower.
You have the option of include the filter or overlay in your preferred library. To store the filter or overlay effect, just right-click on it and pick the “Add to Favorites” option from the context menu.