The Friday Roundup – Filmora 11 Released and More Editing Tips

Wondershare Filmora 11 New Features
Recently Wondershare announced the approaching release of Filmora 11 and as part of that began making beta version available to some people.
That was a few weeks ago and since then there have been a few updates with the news yesterday that Filmora 11 had been released into the wild!
I received notification of it though my own version…
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DVD File Structure – Recovery and Finalization

I recently received an email from someone with some questions about DVD video discs, their files and structure and the relative safety of different methods of DVD recovery or repair.
My reply kind of went on a bit as I am inclined to do so I thought I had better post it here so I don’t have to cover it again… I’m lazy like that.

The Basics of DVDs and DVD Video File…
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The Friday Roundup – Pinnacle Studio Object Tracking and Editing Guides

Introduction to Smart Object Tracking
OK so you may have noticed that last week there was no Friday Roundup.
In fact even though there is one this week it is looking a little thin!
The reason for that is that around this time of year the Christmas and New Year stuff tends to do two things to most of my sources.
They either just shut down altogether or they go into total…
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The Best Video Editing Software 2022

Answering the question as to which is the best video editing software is a difficult task given that everyone will have different requirements as to what they want that software to do.
So at a bare minimum here’s how I see the answer to that question.

What is the Best Video Editing Software?

Imports files from a wide range of devices and sources into a flexible library…
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Wide Shot: Everything You Need to Know – NFI

When all characters in the shot you are making are within frame and  the full setting of the shot is shown completely, you are taking what is known as a wide, full or long shot.
The purpose of this shot is to provide the full context of the scene and to state to the viewer very clearly, “This is where we are and this is who is there.”
It is great at depicting scale and…
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