Hi there I have a youtube channel and make tech tutorials. I am still quite new to the youtube scene after reaching 50,000 views I want to put some more effort into my videos to look more professional. However all of the software I have found is either really expensive and extremely difficult to use.
Lightworks, a professional non-linear editing solution built by EditShare LLC and used for mastering videos, has reached version 11.5.b. Lightworks provides support for most of the currently available formats, such as MXF, Quicktime and AVI containers, with every professional format (... (read more)
Editing videos on your smartphone can be quite challenging and frustrating. Magisto aims to make that easier for you with their new Android app now available for free on the Play Store. All you need to do is just shoot and upload a video from your device, choose a soundtrack, give your movie a title and Magisto will automatically edit your movie for you.
I have a lot of lecture video content that I would like to have the subtitles for. YouTube automatically generates subtitles for videos under certain conditions (those conditions are still somewhat of a mystery to me).
I would like to be able to use this speech recognition technology outside of YouTube.
I don't know anything about Mac's so I am asking this for a co-worker of mine. She wants to get a Mac mini for video editing. The reason for the mini is the entry cost being much lower than a Mac laptop or desktop. However, we are concerned if there will be enough power.
The videos themselves will not be anything special. Maybe 720/1080p at 24fps.
FightMe, a social video app with what may be my favorite startup name ever, is announcing that it has raised $500,000 in seed funding from an undisclosed London investor.
Using a hashtag system, app users can post their own 30-second, unedited videos, and they can also browse other videos and post their own footage in response.