Why Most YouTubers FAIL (but You can Succeed) Last year I was roped in to edit together some simple YouTube videos for my wife and some of her friends. My wife started the trend and because she has a husband that can edit of course I got the job! Then her friends followed and pretty soon it was all I was doing. Cut to today and my wife is the only one still producing content … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – YouTube Tips and NewBlue Titler Pro
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This is where you will find my weekly roundup (Get it? A cowboy on a horse? Roundup?) covering all the latest news, tips, tutorials and releases in the world of shooting, editing and producing video.
Sound like a PRO YouTuber on Camera One of the most horrifying things that happens to anyone who records their own voice for any reason is that they listen back to it! The actual horror is that they realize their voice sounds thin, totally lacking in any resonance whatsoever and nothing like they thought it would sound. The reason for that is that we have all grown up listening … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – On Camera Tips and more Green Screen
5 Video Editing Mistakes YouTubers Make Some very basic and more importantly "updated" advice from Daniel this week regarding YouTube videos. Over the past few years certain elements of a YouTube video have been identified as being essential or important to ongoing success. Things like branded openers or intros, always asking for the Like or Subscribe and things like that. Well … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – YouTube Mistakes and Better Titles
Logan Paul Video - Editing Breakdown So before we get into the video below let me add my take on the whole deal. Hillier Smith is Logan Paul's video editor, he puts all of those videos together and to be clear, he is very, very successful at what he does. The style of editing he employs suits not only Logan Paul's content but more importantly, Logan Paul's audience... they love … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – An Editing Breakdown, VideoStudio Audio and some Stranger Things
Subtitles in VideoStudio Ultimate 2022 One of the first editing programs to offer a decent subtitling module was Corel VideoStudio and with a bit of tweaking over the years it has remained one of the easiest to use. What Corel or anyone else were not able to do was bypass the two main sources of pain in the entire process. These were the inevitable tedium that came with … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Isobuster 5.0 Released, VideoStudio Subtitles and more!