I have been creating amateur videos, subject wild life, mostly birds for about 15 years. All of my video has been made on foot or in hides. Both of these methods work OK with a tripod. I have been using camcorders. You don't have to be able to read between the lines to see that a professional video maker would cast me to one side. But I have hit a problem.
I bought an Asus laptop last June and I'm wondering if it can handle video editing programs like Sony Vegas Pro 13 and After Effects. If not, can you guys suggest any good programs I can use with my laptop? Thanks!
With NAB just around the corner, Adobe announced today forthcoming updates to the Creative Cloud for video professionals. The new updates appear to be quite innovative and increase the creative tools available for content creators. This includes several new tools, increased Creative Cloud integration and feature updates.
Hey guys, I'm totally new to this site and I have a question that I've been wondering about for quite a long time. I'm not very knowledgeable at all about video editing/filming or anything like that, so excuse what might seem like a nooby (perhaps even strange) question.
To sum it up, I love editing. I've been into video editing for the last 3 years or so and have always enjoyed grabbing clips of the internet and piecing them together to make montages.
It's probably the only thing I consider myself 'good' at, and thoroughly enjoy it. I was curious about a career in video editing and would love to take it up as a job n the future. However I am compeltley unaware of the business and etc, and if its possible....
It is something I should worth progressing in, trying to get better at?
This is my first post on videomaker.com and I am new to video production. I am trying to find a method or an idea to make a transition from a normal scene into an imaginary scene or a thought and/or memory of something. I am using premiere pro and after effects for editing purposes. If there is any tutorials that I can be referred to, I would greatly appreciate it.