Computers with webcams and screen-capture software and mobile phones with video capabilities now make it possible for a wider group of people to capture raw video footage of some events, computer software demonstrations, a concert, a trip to Iceland, or Anything else that is worth preserving and showing in the video. This 5 minutes guide will make you understand this explosion of videography in the current digital age.

Open/Import Files

In the NeoFilm, you can open a file by using the Open File button in the control bar or by selecting “File”> “Open File.” via the drop-down menu at the top, which will activate your default file browser window and allow you to navigate and select a file:

Here, the file browser by default takes you to the location where the edited videos are stored. However, you can choose another location or folder from where you want to import the files.

At the bottom of the source window, you can see some common video controls that can be used to rewind (or pause) the audio and video, fast forward, magnify the view by 25% to 200%, or show volume control (if there is audio, by default, whatever the full volume of the audio is) Will be set

The blank playlist panel shows several useful methods – but interestingly, it does not figure out how to add an item first.

You can do this by clicking the white + button on the bottom left of the panel. This will add to the playlist what is currently shown in the source, which will now be displayed as follows:

When the clip is showing in the playlist, you can immediately start changing it from there in many ways. For example-

Now, for example, you can change some of the properties of the video clip like below-

Usually, the timeline panel opens automatically when you first open an audio or video file, just like when you opened the first video above. Otherwise, you can open it via the timeline button on the top toolbar.

Use of + Button

Here is what happens when we add the first clip of the project:

Use of the Arrow Keys


NeoFilm application is easy to use for you to make necessary changes in video and audio files at your fingertips.