In this post, you’ll find my third and final VSDC Tutorial in my getting started series! If you missed the first two, you don’t want to skip ahead! You can scoot back to Tutorial 1 or Tutorial 2 to catch up. Be sure to do that before continuing on here with today’s tutorial, otherwise, you’ll be a little bit lost. The video lesson for how to add music, titles, and export videos in VSDC is below, or you can click here to catch it directly on YouTube!
This is an important lesson because once you’ve made your edits within VSDC, you have to actually export your project in order to be able to upload it to Facebook or YouTube, where you can then share it with your friends and family. Don’t just leave you project handing! Finish it up, and get it out there and share it!
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VSDC Cheat Sheet
I created one-page printable VSDC cheat sheet for total beginners. I find the cheat sheet to be SUPER helpful because opening up new video editing software for the first time is a little daunting. The cheat sheet gives you each step to get started. If you haven’t grabbed that yet, just enter your email into the box below and I’ll send the cheat sheet directly to your inbox!
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How to Add Music and Export Videos with VSDC
So in this third VSDC tutorial, I go over some important video editing functions with VSDC. Adding music is always fun, and everyone is always curious how this works! So in the video tutorial, I go over that, plus how to add a title screen with text. But the biggest thing is exporting your video in VSDC.
Don’t forget, VSDC is a free video editor (download here), and you can do pretty much ANYTHING with it. There is a Pro version, which is only 20 bucks (actually, click here to grab the Pro version for half price), and one of the features you get with that is the ability to SEE your audio waveforms, which I went over in the very last tutorial.
Hit me up in the comments if you have any specific questions about VSDC and I’ll try and answer them or include the answer in a future video! And don’t forget to grab the Cheat Sheet for getting started with VSDC as well. If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you get access to my next video right away!