August 25, 2009
Rewinds and Forwards Have Never Been More Old School
As a person who tends to favor a smooth video presentation over a chopped presentation, I am one person who finds video editing to be a draining, yet useful process. From an Apple Mac to an ordinary Dell PC, different programs are used to edit a video. Programs, despite what computer you use, have developed video editing softwares to make videos more enjoyable, without having to fumble around with a cassette. In spending more time collecting certain clips, audio and/or video, your end result will capture those clips that are most important: whether for your family or business. [Description of a person or place]
In order to create a video, (you must first envision what the final product would look like). As soon as you decide whether the video is personal or formal, background music, picture ideas, and clips float around in your head. It is important to constantly be thinking of ways to better improve the video, however, be sure your program supports more advanced features. If you decide to take the more basic and simple approach, Windows Movie Maker is recommended; it serves the basic functions of any video editing program, no matter how complicated. [Restatement and Recommendation]
As your vision becomes more realistic, (try to collect these files and organize them into a single folder, for easier access). Collecting these clips can be a difficult task. First, determine the location of your files. If they are stored onto your computer, as in flash drive or CD, simply insert the output device into the computer. Just like you would copy and paste any other file, such as a Word document, copy and paste the file into a new folder. The video editing process can be frustrating, but don’t further frustrate yourself with simple housekeeping tips. If your desired clip is on a video camera, this can get complicated. You must first purchase...