The Friday Roundup – Color Matching and Keyframing in Filmora X

Color Matching, Keyframing and Audio Ducking in Filmora X
Last week the big announcement from Wondershare was the release of Filmora X and within that release three great new features.
I mentioned the Motion Tracking feature in last weeks blog post covering the release.
This week they have come up with two new videos covering the other two so here they are.
First up we…
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Maintenance Tips for A Video Editing Computer

One aspect of editing videos on the average “home user” type computer set up that to this day remains of vital importance is that of maintaining the machine in it best possible operating state.
In the past this was necessary because the files being handled were so large that the hard drives available were often stretched for space.
Other resources on the computer were…
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Maintenance Tips for A Video Editing Computer

One aspect of editing videos on the average “home user” type computer set up that to this day remains of vital importance is that of maintaining the machine in it best possible operating state.
In the past this was necessary because the files being handled were so large that the hard drives available were often stretched for space.
Other resources on the computer were…
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Debugging Video Editing Software Problems

About once or twice per week minimum I have a reader contact me about a problem they are having with editing their videos or producing a final project.
In nearly every case when this happens I know the person is not going to solve the problem by themselves even though I am pretty sure they probably could.
That’s why I am posting this article so here goes!
First up you…
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Beware the Pitfalls of Video Editing with Temp Music

Even though it is only a temp track, you should still produce something that will be worthwhile. When you are given a deadline, you might be tempted to throw something together with a track that you like, edit it a bit, and submit it. If your client falls in love with the track that you didn’t put your heart into, then you will have to produce content like that again and…
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7 Tips to Help You Avoid Common Audio Pitfalls

There are many different ways that you can avoid the common audio pitfalls that get us all. First, make sure you are close enough to your microphone as you don’t want your microphone to not get all of your voice. You also want to make sure you test out your recording room and make sure that it fits for the tone you are looking for. Finally, if you are recording outside and…
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MAGIX Video Pro X Review

Magix Video Pro X is the top of the line video editing software from the European based Magix company.
In posting a review of the program it is important to understand where it sits in the overall video editing software universe.
Video Pro X is a professional grade editing and post production suite able to handle all levels of file formats from consumer through to fully…
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Video Editing 101: How to Edit a Video from Start to Finish

Recording the video lets you show off your creativity and no two recording can ever be the same. Many enthusiasts forget post processing steps that are equally challenging, interesting and creativity demanding. For beginners, these steps often feel formidable, and the capability of software suites certainly does not alleviate the anxiety. Familiarity with what you can…
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