How To Edit Videos
Mastering the art of digital video editing can be terribly frustrating without proper guidance. Video editing has a fairly high learning curve so if you try to learn from someone who is not too sure themselves, it could be a real nightmare. With the help of a true expert who already has a lifetime of experience, you can more easily learn how to edit yourself.
The video editing training provided on this blog can help you master the art of video editing and set you up to produce award winning videos in much less time than if you tried to learn by yourself, scouring the internet for weeks, and even months to gather all of the information yourself, and then realizing some of it is inaccurate or just plain confusing.
VPT blog owner Lorraine Grula has nearly 30 years of experience creating, editing, and producing award winning videos. She also has a natural gift for teaching others everything she has learned over the years. She can show you everything from how to edit videos to which professional editing software is right for you. Everything you need to know is in one place, right here. From the smallest bits to the largest, the information has been put together for you so that you don’t have to try to figure it all out, and fill in the spaces, on your own.
Many people just starting out with video editing ask what is the best video editing software?
The answer is that there is not one best program. Most of them are high quality; the differences lie in how easy they are to use and how many advanced features they have. The more sophisticated programs will take longer to learn because they require you to know how to control every single variable. The less sophisticated programs offer pre-created template and other pre-formatted features that let you just select a style and go. Keep that in mind when selecting a program. It’s NOT that your finished video will be “bad” because you used a simpler program, it will look just fine. It’s just that you will not have total control over every little variable so you will just need to accept one of the programs templates. But ask yourself, do you really care if the drop shadow is at 60% opacity or 70%? Do you even know what “opacity” means? Do you care? Probably not.
VPT tutorials will make video editing a fun and exciting experience, not a head banging frustration.
The best part is that we make the information easy to understand, unlike those who will try to talk over your head in order to impress or give you too little information because they either do not know, or do not want to tell you the whole story!
Whether you are just getting started or have already created a few videos and now want to reach the next level, sign up for our free video production tips home study course today.
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