Posting using a new Video editing app

Mark Saiger

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The former app I used just quit performing lately (sadly)

Just not clear in past couple of videos and it was pretty easy to use and such... But using a new one now... Well trying a new one
New version of video here after remake

Old one here with former app

 

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Here is just a 30 second video straight from my phone to YouTube this morning.


I think the video editing programs are just being the probelm
 

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Try the desktop version of Filmora9 Mike. You'd have to step up to something far more complex like Final Cut or Adobe Premier to find a better program. And "better" is subjective because those heavyweight tools require a steeper learning curve, slow rendering, a powerful processor, and a higher price tag. Filmora9 is better than any simple editor I've seen, or any phone editing app. For a good intermediate editor, Filmora9 checks the boxes.
 

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I might Google pixel 3 it's very glitchy constantly shuts down doesn't save work adding videos is a very slow process where his pictures are one two three and House video should be as mentioned adding text overlays impossible to see it while you're typing use the choices are limited but it does look the best
 

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P.S. They also just came out with Filmora PRO, which (according to the reviews) stacks up pretty close to Final Cut and Adobe Premier; at a fraction of the cost, and with a simpler UI. But for most normal editing you don't need more than Filmora9.
 

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Try the desktop version of Filmora9 Mike. You'd have to step up to something far more complex like Final Cut or Adobe Premier to find a better program. And "better" is subjective because those heavyweight tools require a steeper learning curve, slow rendering, a powerful processor, and a higher price tag. Filmora9 is better than any simple editor I've seen, or any phone editing app. For a good intermediate editor, Filmora9 checks the boxes.
Just build the computer. Cheaper that way. Rendering isnt necessary for video editing unless you use after effects or 3d modeling.. just get a high ghz cpu with 8 core 1 thread and enough memory like 32 or 64 gb. It will move fast.A 8gb 1080 gpus is nice but not needed. Evo 970 pro will make the read write fricken amazing..

You can all this for less than $1500..
 

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If you want to scare off all potential and past customers just post a bunch of videos with you in them-----Scary
My customers don’t scare easily. One Russian lady offered to cook me a three course dinner (but Mrs. Coastie had chili waiting at home).
My peeps are the best part of this shindig.
 
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