Have you ever edited a video on Video Star to perfection, saved it, and then lost it? Maybe you tried the same editing with a looped clip of video but couldn’t get it to look right.
Video Star’s QR codes can help you solve your problem. You can import and export settings across clips.
How do you make QR codes in Video Star work?
A QR Code is a barcode that has data in a specific format for Video Star. You can edit clips and save the settings by exporting them to a QR code.
The same settings can be applied to another clip by simply importing the QR code of that clip. They can be created and used by anyone.
Video Star has many editing options. Each clip can have its own QR code. A QR code can be applied to an existing project.
Get Started With QR Codes in Video Star
Video Star iOS must first be downloaded.
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Not all effects are supported by QR codes, but they seem to be evolving over time. Developers may add support for more effects.
You can only use a QR code with effects that you have purchased or access through a subscription.
How to use a QR code within Video Star
There are two ways to get QR codes. You can either make your own (keep reading to learn how), or you can save QR codes that have been created by others. Some editors also include their personal settings in pre-set giveaways.
Save the QR code and follow these steps to apply it to your video in Video Star.
- Open your video clip in one of the following editing windows: Reef, Transform, or Multi-Layer.
- Click on the QR Code icon at the top of the screen, and choose Import.
- Tap to confirm your acceptance. Yes Continue reading
- This will open all of your photo albums. Tap the QR code that you want to use. Yes . Your clip will change depending on the settings embedded into the QR code.
These presets can be customized. After you import your QR code, you will be able to go into the settings and adjust the brightness.
A QR Code can only be used within the window where it was created The reason this happens is that the window does not contain all of the settings from the QR code.
Presets can only be used within the window where they are being imported. Tap OK to go back.
You can make your edits public by giving credit to the creators of the presets Most users will include their username in the QR code label image.
How do you create QR codes in Video Star
Video Star doesn’t have the ability to open clips to change or copy their settings.
To save your settings, you can export them as a QR code. You have the option to modify them and apply them as often as you want.
To create a QR Code:
- Open your video clip in one of the following editing windows: Re-Effect Transform, Multi-Layer Window.
- Continue editing your clip as you wish.
- Click the QR code icon Choose Share Tap if you’re in the Multi-Layer Window/Re-Effects Window. Share And again.
- You will be asked to give your QR code an address. When you’re done, hit Next.
- Choose the option to open the popup. Save to Photo Library Tap Done . It will save the code to your photo library as a QR code. Then, you can import it to your clipboard using the QR code format. Follow the instructions in the previous section.
Remember that the Multi-Layer Window has different areas to create QR codes. All layers can be saved by exporting a preset.
Keyframe settings can be exported by opening a layer and tapping on the QR Code icon. Then, follow the same steps to export the keyframe settings as for exporting as QR code.
Individual graph shapes can be exported for those who want to modify their keyframes. Click on the HTMLGraph Selector Block located under the Effect Slider and choose Custom.
The editor allows you to customize the graph. You can then export the graph as a QR code by clicking on the QR icon. Follow these steps.
To export a QR code with multiple layers using the Multi-Layer Window you’ll need to select a clip for each of those layers.
Here’s an example QR code that has two layers. The Multi-Layer Window only imports one layer. The second layer will either have an empty description, or an automatically generated description text.