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OpenShot is a Great Video Editor, But How to Learn? Yeah, We Have a Video To Help You!

This weekend a learned a ton of stuff about editing videos in OpenShot and making them look a lot better and sound better than my previous videos. Some things I learned the hard way, not recommended, but the rest I found on a YouTube channel that I am totally recommending to get you up to speed and creating cool videos pretty quickly!

Just in the last 2 days or so I have been able to add a n an into to our new channel, that while not stellar, is pretty cool.  Today I learned how to a a slide in “Subscribe Today!” overlay. Also very cool.

The learning curve on the second one was only about 2 hours, the first item I wasted 7 hrs failing before I decided to turn to YouTube and find some solid info!

So below you will find the video I created about all this, but before that, here is the link to the playlist that will help you shorten your learning time on OpenShot! Geekoutdoors.

Okay, so now on to the video I just created, using his tutorials and being patient!

That is all for now, except please subscribe to our channel or click those big donation buttons on the website here!

Tim

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This Morning’s Video Worth Sharing: Totally Free Video and Image Editing Software That You Should Try!

If you want to edit images, let’s face it, most programs/apps out there have severe limitations, however, if you want to learn new things and actually expand your horizons the 2 programs I did a video on tonight might be your ticket!

No, they do not compete with top-tier software nor are they super slick, but they get the job done and that is what we concentrate on here.

The bonus is they run on older hardware like my Hi12 and the HiBook. You do not need the latest Intel Core i7-xxxx and 16 gb of RAM to run them.

The video below was shot on the Zotac Ci323 and edited on the same machine, yes an Intel N3150 quad core Celeron with 8GB RAM.

The programs or apps as we have now been trained to say, are the GIMP and OpenShot. Both are totally free and work well and can get the basics done and might even surprise many folks!

The Gimp is available at this link and Openshot can be found right here!

As usual, please like the video, subscribe to the channel, leave a comment!

That is all for now, hopefully this will post up properly at the time I have scheduled it for…automation is great, but one never knows,

Tim

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