This article will go through the basics of what to do for each video and how to do it. Most programs function relatively the same; some just have more functionality than others.
Choosing a Video Editor
There are a few things to keep in mind for choosing a video editor.
– Program Compatibility
- Make sure that the program that you want to use is compatible with your Operating System. One may or may not be friendly with the two major operating systems: Windows and Mac.
– Computer Specifications
- Another thing to keep in mind are your computer’s specifications. Video editing is generally very stressful on computers and require a higher benchmark on hardware. This is especially true for computer memory, CPU, and GPU.
– Program Cost
- If you’re on a budget, you may want to look into programs that are free to use or have a low one time fee. There are some that have monthly fee’s, so it can become pricey very quickly.
Finally, look and see if any of the companies are offering a free trial of their programs. This will give you a great feel for how the program runs and acts and if it’s the right fit for you to use or not.
If your video is just a basic video, meaning that there’s no special effects or anything “fancy”, it’s usually a pretty straight forward process, as follows:
1. Drag your video files into the editing pane.
- This should be done in the order of how you want. For example, if you have an intro and exit scene, you would want to drag the intro first, then the filmed video, and then the exit scenes.
2. Drag your watermark into the editing pane.
- Drag and drop your watermark and stretch it out to cover the entire video.
3. Edit the Clip
- At this point, you can cut out pieces you don’t want and add any filters or video/audio effects.
Audio/Video Filters & Effects
There are many options in the editing process. A couple I’ve highlighted are below.
– Fade In/Outs
- Fade In/Outs are especially useful after your intro and right before your outro along with any switches in video.
- You can also add filters to make the video and audio quality better. Keep in mind, however, that the more filters that you apply, the longer the video will take to export. In these cases, having a higher end computer is best. An excellent filter program is Red Giant’s Magic Bullet. It is a little pricey, but does wonders for video filters. They have many varieties of packages to choose from and works with most major Video Editor.
Video editing can be as involved as you want it to be. It is usually best to spend some time to figure out what works best for you. Some Dommes enjoy the process and put a lot of time into mesmerized clips, for example. The possibilities really are endless on what you can do! Have fun with it and see what fun and exciting ways you can edit your videos!
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