How to incorporate close-ups into your video

Such as medium close-up shots that allow you to get a better look at the object or person in the frame, or extreme close-ups which help you draw the attention of the viewer to the details that you want them to see.

Fortunately, in such cases, the problem can be solved with our tool! Using it, you can spice up your video with close-ups by scaling its parts in just a few minutes. And most importantly – you don't need to download anything and figure out how it works, it is enough to have an Internet connection, and you are ready to edit!

The rest is easy, just take a look at these steps:

  1. Add a video

    Open Clideo’s Online Video Editor and click "Get started".

    Editor to add close-up shots

    Click "Upload" to add the video you want to edit. You can upload it from the device or your Google Drive or Dropbox storage.

    Upload file to add close-up shots
  2. Add close-ups

    When the video is processed, drag it from "My Media" to the preview area or timeline.

    File to add close-up shots

    First, specify the part you want to zoom in. Use the "Split" icon to cut out the clip.

    Split close-up shot in video

    Then, select the resulting part, and in the preview pane, drag the clip's corner handles out to zoom in and change its position if needed. Repeat the process for every part of the video you need to make into a close-up.

    Resize close-up shots

    When you finish editing, click "Export" and choose the export option you like.

    Export video with close-up shots
  3. Save the result

    Double-check your final video looks like you want it to. If not, click "Edit" to add changes. Otherwise, click "Download" to save the video if everything is good.

    Save video with close-up shots

We also have more information about other features in our Video Editor Help Center.