An edited video with many different clips requires large transitions to be successful. Transitions support your story and message, without the possibility of your listeners losing track of what's going on and when. When you edit Enlight Videoleap for iOS, you can easily add, dissolve, dissolve, blur, fade, and fade transitions to the video clips in just a few taps.
Even if you're editing a video that you want to share with friends and family, transitions are an integral part of the editing process, as they not only help make your recordings fit together and your story is less confusing, but also set a specific tone or mood that is required for serious editing project.
Videoleap makes transitions easy, but before you continue to learn how to do it, you should update "Enleap Videoleap Video Editor" to get the latest features.
: Find the medium you want to cut
If you are already working on an existing project, go to step . Step 2. Otherwise, tap the red and white plus sign (+) to add a video or photo to your project. The media importer is displayed. Tap the bottom tab on the tab to select an album from your photo app, or tap the bottom right material tab to see videos and images, some of which are free. Select the video or photo to add to your timeline.
To add more clips to your project, tap the red and white plus (+) sign next to the clips you've already added. They appear on both sides of a clip that is already in the timeline, depending on where the playhead is located. However, using a transient is enough for a clip because you can apply it at the beginning or end of a solo clip, and you can also use the "share" tool to create various clips from it.
If you've added your entire video Clips and pictures, you can tap and hold a clip to change its position or drag it to the trash to delete it.
Step 2: Scale the video format (if necessary)  If your video clips have different sizes, you should scale them to the same format to create a coherent story. It's not easy to see the transition of a landscape video to a vertical bar with black bars on the left and right.
To customize clips, you must first make sure that no videos or pictures are selected on the timeline. If so, tap elsewhere to deselect. Next, scroll through the editing tools and choose Format. Choose a format for all your videos and adjust each clip to the new format by tapping on each clip and resizing or shrinking it to zoom in or out.
Now all your clips are in the same order size it's time to use the "Transition" tool to improve your project. Although it's easy and fast to add a transition between clips (it only takes a few taps), using transitions at the beginning or end of the entire project is a bit more complicated, whether it's just a clip or a timeline acts different media.
Videoleap automatically adds transitions when you add more than a single clip or a photo to your project. These cuts are referred to as the most basic type of scene transition and allow continuity between the clips. The two clips are played one after the other, with one picture immediately replacing another.
To add the transition between video clips, tap the dark gray area in the timeline that no clip or photo is selected. The transition icon appears, a white, rounded square with a vertical line in the middle between all your media. When a clip is selected, the transition icon will not appear before or after the selected clip.
Select the transition icon to which you want to add the transitions, and the toolbar will display all available clip-to clips on clip transitions. For all these transitions except None, the second clip is moved forward so that it appears below the first clip during the transition. This means that the length of the adjustment timeline is slightly shorter. It does not expand the video clip itself, but only moves the second clip.
- None : One clip immediately replaces another. This is the cut we talked about above.
- Dissolve : One clip gradually replaces another. The end of the first clip changes opacity until it is no longer visible, and displays the second clip during the process.
- Iris Out : Starting from the middle of the picture, a small circle opens in which the clip below becomes visible. and it will continue to expand like a shutter opening until the circle disappears and the second clip is completely in frame.
- Iris In: From outside the frame begins a circle that devours the first clip, showing the second clip around it. The circle continues to shrink, like a closing shutter, until it disappears in the middle and the second clip is completely in the frame.
- Swipe Right, Left, Up or Down : The first clip is moved on the screen, either from left to right (right), from right to left (left), from bottom to top (up) or from top down (down), making the second clip visible in the process.
- Move Left and Right, Up or Down) : The first clip is pushed from the screen by the second clip either from left to right (right), from right to left (left), from bottom to top (Up) or from top to bottom (Down).
- Fade : The end of the first clip dissolves quickly in a black screen and then dissolves again in the second clip. Basically, the first clip disappears quickly and the second one appears.
If you select a transition, you can move the bar on the slider below your timeline to shorten or enlarge the transition. If you reduce the transition, this will be done faster and the second clip will move only slightly forward in the timeline. As you increase the transition, it slows down and the second clip advances one or two seconds forward.
If To show or hide a single clip, you must use ] the keyframe function. To do this, place the playhead at the beginning or end of a clip, tap the clip, and add a keyframe marker by tapping the hash mark with a plus sign. Then tap "Opacity" and set it to zero with the slider. Now move the playhead forward or backward in the clip for a few seconds, set the Opacity to 100, and a keyframe will be automatically displayed. Play your video again to see the transition.