Getting Organized

It is important to keep your files organized on the computer. Keeping files organized in file folders helps make easier access to the files. Keeping files organized can make a person a more efficient worker. This makes storing media and save files easier to access. Organizing files in to separate folders will make it easier to find the specific files that are needed for…
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The Friday Roundup – Blend Modes, Production Quality and Trailers

Blending Modes Demonstrated
This is an excellent video from the folks at Corel not only covering what blend modes are in their product VideoStudio but what they are in general.
Of all the technical capabilities of modern video editing software “blending” is probably one of the most misunderstood.
So it doesn’t matter of you are using VideoStudio or not, this is a great…
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A Complete Guide to Shooting Workout Videos at Home

If you have never shot a workout video from home, it’s fine that you haven’t, videos are a useful tool for any business. You will also want to keep in mind that the video should be short and to the point. You don’t want your workout video to be too strenuous, but just enough that people gain some sort of benefit from it. You can also perform a few test runs to practice…
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Multimedia Suites for Video Editing

An often viable alternative to a purpose built video editing software program for those whose needs are modest can be in the form a a multimedia program that comes loaded with a video editing module.
Before we go any further on this page and in the interests of keeping things simple you should approach these types of programs with at least a little caution and with your…
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MAGIX Video Pro X Review Part Two

MultiCam Editing
With Magix Video Pro X you can synchronize up to four camera recordings of events with just a single click of the mouse.
I personally love this feature. Any event these days like weddings, concerts or even graduations are going to be covered by a number of people with their own video cameras.
Trying to incorporate all the different footage in different…
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Music Editing Timing Tips to Control Pacing & Intensity

If you are looking for ways to edit music within your video to help control the pacing and intensity, there are a few things that you should know. First off, you actually don’t need music and can instead just let the scene play dry. If you do want to implement music, the best way to do so is either have it play through important moments or start the music at the peak of…
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The Friday Roundup – Step by Step Editing and Shots Explained

How to Edit – A Step-by-Step Video
The article I have linked to below is an absolute must for anyone new to video editing and I even think it is of value to anyone not so new!
The article itself has an embedded video that goes for about an hour and covers everything you ever wanted to know about editing a video from soup to nuts!
The key to video editing without oging…
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Building Your Own Streaming Computer

When it comes to livestreaming, there are so many streamers out there that you need to have professional production values in order to stand out. If you really want good production values, you’ll need to invest in some better hardware. In particular, you should focus on hardware from these four categories to get the best setup. You’ll need increased CPU and RAM, an…
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Vegas Movie Studio 17 Review

This Vegas Movie Studio 17 review marks the fourth release of the software since Magix bought out the entire Sony Creative range of video and audio editing products a few years back now.
Despite the doomsday rumblings at that time as to what what Magix was going to do with the software, the company has steadily continued development with very good results.
So just as I…
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