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Hmmm, did you know that you can edit all of your videos fast and free? You don't need software in most cases.
1. If you have the new iPhone7- the advanced video editing features are nothing short of amazing! Pros even use the iPhone7 for video creation and editing and production. I like using iMovie.
2. Don't have an iPhone7 or want to choose soundtracks of music that won't get you a copyright strike on your YouTube account? Use the YouTube video editor. It is free and there is so much you can do with it. You can also do a lot of cool SEO techniques into the actual video through the features on YT editor. Oh, did I mention, it is free?
And if you don't even want to make your own videos, especially listing videos, and explainer videos, my virtual assistant team can do all those for you!
Gloria Valvasori, Accr...
Naked and raw! My videos go out the door unscripted and real. My weekly radio show I use Facebook Live and stream the video of the show. Viewers get the content and snarky remarks I make during the commercials for the show! I'm going to refine them somewhat but KW has a Realtor who sends them out uncut all the time. I think he holds the record for number of videos posted. He does them at closings, in his car driving about, at properies, etc. But I think video blogging should be MORE than looking into an Iphone and reading a script. Be inventive. Next time you do a septic tank inspection do a facebook live post! Well report? Survey? Pest report, home inspecton, agent visual inspection, all sorts of fun interesting things to do. Keep it real!
I use Apple's video editing tools, they work great. When I am creating a video for a specific real estate topic, I don't use a script, I just talk about what I know... The editing comes in when I add text or photos or background. I use video to blog ocassionaly and have posted many on You Tube. Video is now the way to go which the public seems to react to much better.
Debe Maxwell, CRS
We have video, but not for blogs. We use Apple's editing tools
Debe Maxwell, CRS
I use Cyberlink PowerDirector.
Andrew Mooers | 207.53...
We use iMovie (with our Mac) and it gives us what we need without going to another program to edit.
I used iMovie but, haven't done much with video lately.
I have not video blog.
I don't video blog....
I've done a bunch of videos but they are simple, and I don't edit them but probably should. Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD does wonderful videos and may have thoughts. Andrew Mooers and Joe Pryor also do a lot with video
Learn to edit, that works best and the learning curve is not so steep now Michelle Gueci !
I produce videos through Movie Maker, but not video blogs.
I take short segments and piece them together in youtube's editor. That way if I don't like a segment, it's easy to reshoot it. Granted, I'm only doing video with house tours.
I just keep recording till I get it right.
I've created some videos using the Microsoft Movie Maker that is included with Windows. It's OK.
I don't vblog but I do videos - Windows Live is what I use for simple vids and my WM uses Pinnacle Studio for full productions
Michelle Gueci - I create video using PowToon - these are market reports.
Apple I movie is easy, great to use along side I phone.
I use 🎥 Movie Maker
I used to use Windows movie maker, but now I just use the Youtube editor.
I recently started to record a lot of videos or just posting something live. No editing, just raw.
I don't video blog.
I have been using an editor in Romania for the last three years I found through Upwork.
I edit videos (not video blogs) with Windows Movie Maker.
For audio only, I use Audacity.
Not using it.
I have not video blogged.
Don't video blog, so not much help here, but will be watching responses from others in the Rain who do.