Here is the latest news and information from the world of Video Editing, Video Editing Software, Camcorders, Digital Cameras, Video Production and the Digital World in general plus... new articles, additions or changes to this site!
That way you'll always be informed when I've added new material to the site!
Thanks again for coming by and I hope you enjoy... What's New! Blog
Well, well, well… After five years... a form of entry-level video editing capability has made its way back into Windows! With the release of the new Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Microsoft has included a very basic video editing program called Story Remix. This is the first basic video editing program included in the Windows operating system since Movie Maker. It looks like fun! Here is a little video from Microsoft on how you use it...
Vladimir Zworykin may not have liked modern TV programming, but he can be proud of the remarkable system that he helped create. It truly changed the world!! Learn more about it here!
The video production storyboard is a wonderful tool that can keep you organized and moving forward when you are producing your video! Learn more about it here.
The video production script is your written vision of what it will take to get your video made and more importantly…the road map on how to get there! Find out more here!
Video Production Camerawork: How do you shoot great video footage with your camcorder so that you have all material you need to create your video masterpiece? Learn more here!
The video editing software timeline is where the action is when you're building your video. Learn more about it here!
Video editing software - Powerful, sophisticated and simple. You can perform magic if you know how to use your editing software like an expert! Learn more about it here!
The video production process is the creative process you use when you want to create interesting and compelling videos. Learn more about it here!
The new iPhones look like a lot of fun! One interesting enhancement is the Life Photos app. It looks like they have some nice new video editing options and have included features for video processing that resemble those in Instagram. You can read more about it here in this article by Popular Science online...
Windows Movie Maker has been beloved by amateur video editors for years. The current version works with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 but, not with Windows 10. There seems to be a glimmer of hope however, that an updated version of Movie Maker will be released for Windows 10. Here's a nice article that goes into that a little bit further…
Wondering if your video editing computer RAM needs to be upgraded? Find the answers here!
Video editing computer RAM...If you’re going to build a reliable editing computer you must get to know a little something about RAM (Random Assess Memory). Learn more about it here!
If data bogs down at your video editing computer hard drive, you won’t have a chance to experience the full power of your video editing computer. Learn more here about hard drives.
The creative and technical challenges of creating an outstanding video production is really never easy. Usually however, the video producer and the client work together to solve any problems that come up in production. But ...If you produce videos for living, especially if your a freelancer, every once in a while you'll run into this kind of customer. Here's a good example of a "toxic client" and some excellent tips on what you should do if you run into one!
Here are some questions to ask yourself before buying or upgrading your video editing computer CPU.
What's a Video Editing Computer CPU? Here is what you need to know when buying or upgrading a computer CPU!
What do you need to know when buying or upgrading a video editing computer? Find the answers here!
Classifying subjects as to whether they are static or dynamic is the first broad step in deciding how you will approach the film or video production process.
If you create motion graphics and visual effects… Especially in an app like Adobe After Effects… Here's a nice article from Fstoppers that touches on how you use value graphs to make your transitions smoother…
A very interesting rumor…