60 Second tip for slicker looking Instagram stories!
If you want a way to go the extra mile for yourself or video clients please read on 👏🏼 I get it's
really simple, and seems like such common sense to the point where some of you might wonder why bother posting?
Sometimes seeing the little details other people use, and HOW they do it, serves a good reminder for ways you can go an extra mile to change things up.
Even if you already know what the 'thing& #039;
is, just seeing someone explain it can refresh your creativity, and you can be like "you know what I'll
try that". On top of that, I think this is generally such a simple but effective way of recycling footage you've
shot and using it to create a second video... ...Nowadays everyone's
watching Instagram stories, but a lot of videographers I see are making landscape videos for websites. Nothing wrong with that, but wouldn't
you stand out from the rest by giving people a cheeky extra video for free that they can post on socials? 😎
I really hope this helps anyone making content, and if you do use this, for yourself or giving a client an extra bit of moneys-worth I'd
love to see it.
the steps again if you got this far, thanks for reading! ❤🐒 1) Set sequence to IG story dimensions (1080 X 1920)
2) grab 2 or 3 clips into the timeline - depending on a double or triple split screen.
3) size one clip so the top and bottom lines up with your sequence frame - make a note of that clips 'scale& #039;
4) divide that clips scale size by the amount of clips you want to fit in the frame, then apply that number to all clips scale sizes.
5) move frames around to fill the screen, then copy and those settings to all future clips in the timeline! 🤘🏼