One thing we already know is that the uploaded clip on NeoFilm itself, although is a high-resolution film of a compelling, moving image. It does not take long to hear the audience in most contexts. If you would like to end with a long final video, if any, of at least a 1-minute range, here is how you can do this.

One can copy that entire video clip and paste it back and forth on the V1 track for a full minute or more.

But the six repetitions of the same short clip appear to be odd (at least for the existing video; some of the captured movements may be repetitively humorous or interesting).

How to extend it, or reduce the playing time?

As we play it, we see the same video, now flowing for a full minute, but at glacier-slow speeds.

How to combine the video clip with other thematic short videos?

Now you can see the additional clips you have added to the playlist, along with the original video clip. You can see the source view by manipulating left and right clip edges. Everything shown in blue in the source window is part of the clip, which by default is the full video you open. Clipping like this will be explored later. 


After the process, simply drag each short clip to the timeline to export. This method delivers multiple clips in a short time, which avoids cutting long video, exporting the clip, and then cutting another part of the extended video.




NeoFilm offers a variety of transitions for switching from one video clip to the next. However, most of these are used by filters and will be the subject of an advanced option.

To create a dissolving transition, all you have to do is: