So you are back from an exciting trip and now you want to share a video with your viewers. You would like to show your viewers how fantastic the trip had being for you but putting them straight away on the social network won’t show the true essence of the trip. What your video requires is good editing tricks which will make your travel video captivating for the viewers.
The idea behind creating a captivating travel video is to give your video a personality of its own. Let people feel like they are living the video rather watching it. It may seem slightly difficult if you are not a professional video editor but using a good video editing softawre will simplify your task.
Use Movavi Video Editor
Movavi Video Editor is a suitable software for making a captivating travel video even if you don’t have any background in video editing. You can start with trimming your travel videos on this software. Cut out all the unnecessary parts that maybe the viewers won’t enjoy. Also, there will be certain things you wouldn’t want to share publicly so trim out those parts. Once you have trimmed the videos you can arrange them in a sequence that will attract the viewer to watch more of it. Shaky and blurry videos can be corrected using some tools within the software.
Add Special Effects
Every professionally edited video has some form of special effect applied to it. Special effects will give your video a personality of its own. You can use filters to alter the style of your original video and give a totally different appearance. Make sure that you make your video’s appearance uniformed. In addition, transitions can be added between videos to make the scenes appear lively.
Add Background Music
No one likes to watch a quiet video that is a video with no sound. Add background music for your videos and choose those music tracks which are local to that place. This will give your travel videos a personal touch and will enhance its looks.
A voice over will also give your video a personalized touch. If you think you are not good with speaking then you can ask someone to volunteer who can speak in a soft and soothing voice. Describe places as they are shown in the video and also include some history of that place so your viewers feel that they are getting something good out of watching your video.
In text you can have subtitles, captions and watermark as well. A subtitle will help viewers who don’t speak your language understand the contents of your travel video. Captions are good for those viewers who prefer reading to hearing. Also, by adding a watermark you will prove your ownership.
All in all, by picking the right scenes, suitable sound effects, matching background music, a good voice and using text in your travel video you can gain the attention of the viewers throughout the video.