Prices and Budget

This is a more detailed page as part of the series on how to choose the best video editing software for you. On this page we will cover the need for deciding on a price range and setting (and sticking to!) a budget.
In sales I think they say that the very last thing you should discuss with the customer is the price. So in the spirit of not selling… let’s discuss the…
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The Friday Roundup – Magix Video Pro X Updates, Morph Transitions and Titles

Magix Video Pro X 12
A few years back now Magix decided to stop the naming protocol of their pro video editor Video Pro X.
The logic behind this was that they were going to go over to a constant update model rather than an annual up date one.
That was around the time of Video Pro X 8.
Since then we have had Pro X 9, 10, 11 and the other day they released Video Pro X…
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How to Choose Video Editing Software

The overall theme of this site is to try to simplify the process of how to choose video editing software and how to get started in both shooting and editing your footage.
So in this section of the site I have outlined what I believe is an effective strategy anyone can follow when trying to decide on which video editing software is best for you.
This page will give you a…
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The Friday Roundup – Free Images, Losing the Gimbal and More!

A Very British Image Collection
Last week the British Museum added about 1.9 million images (give or take a few thousand I guess) for public use under the Creative Commons Copyright.
What that means in real language is that you and I are free to download any of those images and use them however we want… woohoo!
The link below (and a couple of others) will take you to…
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A Total Beginner’s Guide to Video Editing Using DaVinci Resolve

Video has become increasingly important to digital marketing. When choosing software, DaVinci Resolve stands out as a free, intuitive option. Within the program, the Media Pool is where you store all your editable media. To begin editing media, start a New Timeline. Think of the timeline as a cutting board where you assemble your edit. To splice clips, use the Blade Tool….
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