Video Editing Special Effects and Filters

If there is any area of video editing where you can go hog wild and create all sorts of crazy visuals it is here in the special effects area of the video editing software you choose.
Having said that it is also important to understand that in most cases the “less is more” approach is oft times far more advisable!
Remember, someone else is supposed to be the audience for your…
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The Friday Roundup – Filmora Update Drama and the 180 Degree Rule

Filmora is BROKEN!… (again?… not really)
OK so there’s been a bit of hoohah this week with the release of Wondershare Filmora X to version 10.7.
There has been wringing of hands and many tears before bedtime throughout the land.
After about a week or so once the dust settled we have found that it was “mostly” a storm in a teacup and the majority of problems were the…
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Video Transitions – Much Ado About Nothing

One of the questions regarding video editing for the home user that I most often see on the various user forums I contribute to is, “Where can I get more transitions?”
This is an endless source of amusement for the “old hands” and would make any pro editor throw his hands up in horror!
Let me explain why because this point is one of the major sources of distraction for the…
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The Friday Roundup – Shooting Solo Videos and YouTube Channel Tips

How to Video Yourself More Professionally
Some good tips here on getting better and more professional results when filming yourself alone.
Although it is always better to have someone on hand to help out with your shooting, that is not always possible.
So in this video you can see some techniques you can easily use to maintain a high standard both in the shooting and the…
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