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The term video editing can refer to:
Video editing is the process of editing segments of motion video production footage, special effects and sound recordings in the post-production process. Motion picture film editing is a predecessor to video editing and, in several ways, video editing simulates motion picture film editing, in theory and the use of linear video editing and video editing software on non-linear editing systems (NLE). Using video, a director can communicate non-fictional...

New iPad App Radically Simplifies Business Video Creation

New iPad App Radically Simplifies Business Video Creation

There's a new video app on the market for the iPad which makes it very easy to create interactive video experiences by synchronizing presentation slides with live web pages, streaming social media and interactive surveys. We take a look at its features.

Animoto Helps Small Businesses Harness the Power of Video

Animoto Helps Small Businesses Harness the Power of Video

Many small businesses shy away from producing marketing videos, worried that they don’t have the time, money or expertise to create them, let alone make them look professional. However, these businesses are missing out on a huge opportunity as 73% of consumers are more likely to make a purchase after watching videos explaining products or services. Luckily, there's a new product on the market that can help.

Capture Your Best PS4 Gaming Moments Via HDMI Soon!

Capture Your Best PS4 Gaming Moments Via HDMI Soon!

Sony is tearing down, or more accurately, building a gate in the walled garden that is the Playstation 4 HDMI stream. They announced recently that a couple updates would allow for video capture via the HDMI signal in the near future. Plus, some better collaboration with Twitch and Ustream. Are they getting soft on video copyright protection? Ha! Don't make me laugh...this IS Sony after all.

Creating Multiple Framing Options From The Same Shot [ReelRebel #51]

Creating Multiple Framing Options From The Same Shot [ReelRebel #51]

Multiple camera angles from the same shot gives your video footage an added depth and the right post-production editing allows you to make the most out of a particular shot. Creating multiple framing options from one take can help you make better edits and cut ...

YouTube Adds A Dose of SloMo to YouTube Editor

YouTube Adds A Dose of SloMo to YouTube Editor

YouTube introduces SloMo to their YouTube Editor! Now you can totally take that video that is ridiculously normal in its speed and make it slower! SloMo videos tend to be a pretty cool spectacle on YouTube, so it's no surprise that they're adding it to their in-house editor.

FREE Webinars: Insights on Cloud Video & Digital Media Monetization

FREE Webinars: Insights on Cloud Video & Digital Media Monetization

More and more companies are exploring ways to lower their costs and generate positive returns from their efforts for online video and digital media content.  As part of a research study we conducted at Interactive Media Strategies in 2012, we found that while 81% of ...

WeVideo's New Cloud-Based Editor is So Simple, Even a Marketer Can Edit Video

WeVideos New Cloud Based Editor is So Simple, Even a Marketer Can Edit Video

While we were at Streaming Media West last month, we took some time to catch up with WeVideo, the amazingly cool cloud-based video editing people, and found out details about some very neat new features that they've just recently launched as part of their new ...

The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing YouTube Closed Captions for E-commerce [Step-by-Step Tutorial]

The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing YouTube Closed Captions for E commerce [Step by Step Tutorial]

The emergence of YouTube as an e-commerce selling tool has been well documented on ReelSEO as far back as 2010 with "Video E-Commerce and Video SEO for Retailers". Many experts have blogged about using the power of YouTube to promote products and burnish brands. My ...

Tips for Getting Great Video Coverage when 'Shooting for the Edit' [Reel Rebel #30]

Tips for Getting Great Video Coverage when Shooting for the Edit [Reel Rebel #30]

On this week's Reel Rebel, Stephen talks about the importance "shooting for the edit" and gives some advice on how to ensure that when you're shooting video, you capture enough footage of a scene to provide the editors with full coverage and plenty of shots ...

Tutorial: How-to Create a Custom End Slate for Your YouTube Videos [Creators Tip #64]

Tutorial: How to Create a Custom End Slate for Your YouTube Videos [Creators Tip #64]

Creating a custom, interactive end slate (A.K.A. tail slate, outro, end screen) for the end of your YouTube videos is something that I recommend in all of my talks and to all my clients looking for best practices in YouTube marketing.  They offer a great way to ...

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