Let’s get back to the questions…

Hey there,

Let’s get back to answering those
questions…

Next on the list is the subject of
videos. Specifically, what do I use to
edit my videos?

I create 2 types of videos, screen
capture and talking head.

For screen capture videos I use
Camtaisa. 

Do I recommend it? Yes, I use it for
more than just screen captures. I use it
to edit all my videos.

I use my iPad to record the talking head
videos and then edit them using
Camtaisa.  

Then the question of Camtaisa 8 vs. 9
came up. I use version 8. It works just
fine and I didn’t feel the need to
upgrade. 

You also asked for good training on
editing videos. I used to recommend a
training for it but this just came out
from one of our P2S members so check it
out.

It’s called Video Editing Mastery by
Alan Abelove.

Alan is a professional video editor so
he breaks this stuff down in small
chucks so that anyone can get it. Plus
you get the latest video editing
techniques. 

He also has a section in there about the
differences between Camtaisia 8 and 9
(which I thought was a nice touch…why
waste your money if you don’t have
to?)

You get PLR rights to the product, which
means that if you wanted, you can use it
to make your own course. 

It’s a simple membership site so
don’t expect any fluff. You get rights
to all the videos so you can learn and
sell them at the same time.

So if you are thinking about Camtaisa
and you are at the point in your
business where you need to do some good
videos, then pick up Video Editing Mastery.
It will make your life a whole
lot easier. 

That’s it for today. See you tomorrow

Let’s Make Fairy Dust!

Shreya Banerjee

PS: Joke of the day:

So what if I don't know what
"Armageddon" means? It's not the end of
the world.

 

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