Video Pro X:
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Browse the latest MAGIX Video Pro X video tutorials, hands-on projects, and more. Ranging from beginner to advanced, these tutorials provide basics, new features, plus tips and techniques.


Introductory video

This introductory video will show you the basic controls in Video Pro X. A series of short examples will familiarize you with the user interface as well as the steps to follow for importing, cutting, effects editing, exporting and burning to disc.

Basic Functions

360° video editing

Interactive 360 degree videos offer a complete panoramic view. You can change the direction of view at any point by using the mouse to click and then drag on the video image. We'll show you how to create these kinds of videos.

Lookup tables

Lookup tables provide pre-defined colors and contrast values. They also help you give your movies a certain aesthetic look: crime dramas, for example, often use desaturated colors while comedies tend to be color-saturated and bright. This video will show you the best way to use lookup tables.

Video effects

Video Pro X offers tons of professional video effects for optimizing images and making creative distortions. This video will show you the best way to use video effects.

Movement effects

Still shots, titles and even videos can often benefit from a little more movement. This video clip will show you everything you need to know about simulating tracking shots and zooms, image rotations, reflections and three dimensional molds.

Keyframe animation

Image enhancements such as brightness or contrast can be used to create dynamic effects with keyframes. Even tracking shots can be generated using keyframes. In this clip we'll show you how to use keyframe animations.

Import & recording

What's the best way to get your material into the program? Here you'll see the best way to import videos and other media, or how you can record from connected devices.

Special Functions

Optimize performance

In larger projects with high-resolution material the playback process may suffer from chopping. Here you'll find some helpful tips & tricks for avoiding this.

Multicam mode

Sometimes the same scene is recorded by several cameras from different angles. Multicam mode makes putting these types of videos together much easier. By clicking with the mouse in the preview monitor, you can intuitively edit your video.