These ones include extra steps for people who are still unfamiliar with ZS4.
Tutorials which are more advanced than beginner.
These tutorials assume you know your way around ZS4 somewhat.
This tutorial explains how to map an effect parameter to an audio waveform. You can see an example of this in this demo video. ...read more
With ZS4 you can loop a section of a video or audio file with crossfade. In this example we will use a video track with rhythm, but you could also loop a non-musical video file.
This tutorial describes how to make titles or credits which fade in and out in the center of the screen.
This tutorial shows how to use the Media Time Offset variable to speed up a 10 second segment in the middle of a 30 second video clip.
This is not a beginner tutorial. In the course of this tutorial we will employ a destination blend effect container with a desaturate inside, a chroma key effect and a negative alpha effect, plus make use of the source opaquity media track variable in order to achieve a saturated strawberry in a grey scale photo. ...read more
I made this simple tutorial using wink so its a flash animation (3.2 mb).
If you'd like to follow along you may download the picture i used here. ...read more
This tutorial is to demonstrate a use for a submixer. It has a background image and a submixer containing a frame image and two other videos (in this case images) which falls off the wall. The submixer keeps all its children together so you can rotate or move them all at the same time. You can also move the children seperately in the submixer of course, which we do in this tutorial as well.
This is an express tutorial which just deals with adding an effect container and doing something simple with it.
Here's a photo of a duck that you can use if you want. ...read more
Here's a video tutorial on compositing with ZS4. It has 2 png images, a piece of bread and a house fly. The fly walks (moves) around on the piece of bread. ...read more
This html tutorial will explain how to make a video by zooming and panning a very large image. You can use this one if you want.