YouTube Burnout and How to Fix ItIt should be pretty clear to anyone producing content for any social media platform, not just YouTube, that there is a very real necessity to continually come up with new content.All the algorithms factor in how regularly new content is added as well as frequency of as mainstays of what they consider to be positive signals.Of course … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Creator Burnout, VideoStudio Magnify Effect
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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.
Isobuster 5.1 Update ReleasedThis week I received an email from Peter at Isobuster announcing the latest release of the program taking us to version 5.1.Now right off the bat here let me make a few things really clear.First up I have had Isobuster on my computers probably for over ten years now and it is one of those programs that you don't really need until you … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Isobuster 5.1 Update and Zoom Shots
The Mind Killer! What Stops You Making Videos?I cannot even begin to impress upon anyone reading this post just how important the concept Kevin covers in the video below is.The world of video editing and video shooting is a minefield of terminology.As long as you fail to fully understand that terminology at the precise moment you first encounter it you will slowly … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Video Terminology and the Rule of Thirds
How to Backup Your Filmora Software before Upgrading to a Newer VersionOne of the dangers connected to major software upgrades is the possibility of losing settings, files or other assets you have built up over time with the earlier version.This is not generally a problem with minor updates and the way you can tell you need to pay a little more attention is by the … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Upgrade Backups and Audacity Tips
Editing 5 Creative Perspective TricksForced perspective is the technique of shooting things in a way that makes them look a certain way then are revealed to be completely different to what you originally thought.It's a great technique to learn and use and can be done easily as long as you have a few basic things.You need a tripod or at least some way of shooting so … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Forced Perspective and Copyright Claims