Forum Replies Created
We recently sold a duplex. When selling a rental property you want to minimize disturbance for your tenants, yet you want potential buyers to be able to see the property.
Our solution was a good video.
Perspective buyers were asked to view the video to see the property. We didn't ask our tenants to open up their homes for a perspective buyer until the buyer had put down a deposit.
This worked well for us.
The message is that perhaps rental properties are good targets for video tours.Dan_MarshallParticipant
My only experience has been Cyberlink, so I found Robert’s comment above about Adobe interesting. I guess I didn’t know how good I’ve got it.
Regarding longer videos… I’ve edited videos up to an hour long without issues. The software does crash sometime, but that seems to happen regardless of the video length. It seems to happen most when I try to use the computer for something else simultaneously, so I think the memory swapping processes are getting confused.
If longer videos are an issue, a possible solution is to edit each chapter as an individual video, render each one, and then combine the rendered files into a finished full length video.