Screen recordings can be a valuable tool that can suite many purposes like teaching someone a new skill or using them to illustrate a technical problem you may be having. They are really easy to put together, especially if you have QuickTime installed on your computer. Here are step by step instructions for creating your own screen recording with QuickTime.
We found this guide for picking file formats on www.worship-backgrounds.com. Luckily we know some people there, and they agreed to share the post with us as a guest blog! This is a great resource to use if you’re new to worship media or thinking about switching programs.
Having iMovie on your iPad 2 is great and all, but isn’t it super frustrating when it only allows you to use video that you shot on the iPad? That takes a little of the convenience out of on-the-go editing. However, you can get that footage you shot on your camcorder onto the iPad 2 with just a few easy steps.
Have you ever needed to watermark a ton of videos, but didn’t want to take the time to individually run them through Final Cut? There is another option out there, and it is really simple to do! Compressor has the power to batch watermark video clips so they all turn out perfect, and it’s half the amount of work of doing it manually in a video editing program. Want to know how? Follow these easy steps!
As if you haven’t read enough “best of 2011” lists so far, we decided to put together a list of our most popular blogs from this year. Take a look through these popular topics while you reminisce about all of the video editing fun we’ve had over the past year.
Are you in need of a new editing trick to help spice up your videos? Try adjusting the speed and direction of your footage. You can use this trick to create dozens of different effects, so it is a good tool to know. Here are the super simple steps for adjusting your clip speed and direction in Final Cut Pro 7:
Are you ready to step up your game at your next PowerPoint presentation, but not sure how? Motion and looping backgrounds are a great way to spice up a slide show without adding a lot of extra work. Not sure how to do it? Here are the step by step instructions for using motion backgrounds in PowerPoint.
If you want the sleek look of an animated graphic intro, but don’t have access to After Effects or Apple Motion, you’re not entirely out of luck. There are tools you can use within Final Cut Pro 7 that will allow you to create a clip with motion, without all of the hassle of learning an entirely new program. Here are step by step instructions on how to use Final Cut Pro 7 to animate a logo.
Have you been thinking about buying a new video editing program, but have no idea where to start? Well, you’re in luck! We’ve taken a lot of the work out of hunting for the perfect program!
You have your Halloween candy bowl set, the plastic skeleton hanging and your fake cob webs decorating every bush in your front yard…but are you really ready for Halloween? Take a look at these awesome video tutorials so you can be inspired to take your Halloween family videos to the next level with impressive Halloween special effects!