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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Video File Format Compatibility

Video File Import and Export Choices
As I mentioned in the basic editing functions post in this series on how to choose the best video editing software for you one thing to keep in mind during the selection process is, “What is it that I am REALLY going to do with this software?”
There is absolutely no point in spending extra money on software that handles all sorts of TV…
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The Friday Roundup – YouTube Intros, Editing Workflows and Cloning

How To Make YouTube Video Intro Correctly
When a user on YouTube does a search for something there is a whole “process” that has led them to that point.
They have identified a problem or thought of something they want to know or know how to do.
Maybe they have decided there is some kind of “entertainment” they want… who knows!
So then they have navigated to YouTube,…
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Making Sense of the User Interface

One of the first things you will see when you open any video editing program is of course the user interface.
When trying to decide which editing software you want to choose there is an importance to this point but there is also a need to put it in its correct perspective.
All computer software attempts to some degree, to mimic the same function that the software is…
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