Adding Scores to your movie - Guided edit

This Guided Edit is a walkthrough on adding scores to your clips. A score here refers to an audio track that you can drag-and-drop to a video in the timeline. Follow these steps to add scores to your video:

  1. This Guided Edit is a walkthrough on adding scores between video clips.

    Adding Scores - Guided Edit

  2. Click Add media to import the video clip you add scores to. Ignore if the video clip is already present on the timeline.

  3. Select the option to import media.

  4. Select Guided > Adding Scores to your movie.

  5. Click Audio on the action bar.

  6. From the drop-down list, select Music Score. A list of types of musical scores is displayed. Select a type of music score to explore the sounds available in that score type.

    Click a score to preview the sound of that score.

    Music Scores


    If there is a blue line displayed on the music score, download the clip to preview it.

    Right-click and select Download Now to download the music score.

  7. Click to select the music score you want to apply to the video clip. Drag-and-drop it on the timeline on the intended video. The Score Property contextual pop-up menu is displayed.

  8. In the Score Property pop-up, select from the following options:

    • Intensity: A music score is an audio clip that contains sounds of various musical instruments playing together. You can increase or fasten the intensity of these sounds by dragging the slider toward Intense. To decrease or slow the intensity of the musical instruments, drag the slider to the left toward Mellow.
    • Fit Entire Video: Click Fit Entire Video to add the score to the entire video clip. The score sound plays throughout the video clip.

    Click Done.

    Score Property

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