How to Edit Video (Step by Step) I meant to add this video to the Friday Roundup quite some time ago but somehow it got lost in the pile and I only rediscovered this week. It goes for about 35 minutes but is especially good for someone looking to editing something together for the first time. As it says in the title it is "Step by Step" and covers everything in the process with … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Editing Step by Step, Freebies and Time
DIY Video Editor Blog
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.
6 Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers Make Although aimed at budding filmmakers this one has some (slightly) more advanced tips most of us can take advantage of. They open up with a discussion on frame rates and whilst what they say is absolutely true, for many of us it may not be practical. So as with all the tips in this one, see what it is, have a think about it and implement to … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Rookie Mistakes, Lenses and YouTube Tips
How To Keyframe Video Exposure in Filmora X As I have mentioned quite few times over the past few months, the ability to use keyframes in most video editors at the consumer level has become pretty standard. What has also become pretty standard is that in most cases the software makers tend to promote keyframing as being almost exclusive to motion control. To think of keyframing … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Keyframing, Pre-production and Montages
Finding the Idea - Making Videos When Your Brain is Potatoes. So right out of the gate here on this one let me set the scene. This video tutorial is probably better aimed at more advanced video makers especially those that have content demands being put on them. Coming up with subjects to create videos about can be a bit taxing at times and just like the title says, sometimes … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Getting Ideas, Tilt Shift Lenses and Action Cams
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 have the … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Color Matching and Keyframing in Filmora X