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    Oliver2309
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    One of these days I will need to shoot a video about my dog for the competition. The video needs to be not only filmed, but also edited. I’m not very good at video editing. What are the best programs to use for editing?

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    jamkowyj
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    There are a lot of video editing programs, you need to drive a query into the search engine if for the first time and choose a simple editor that is easy to use. Try and choose the right one for you. There is no problem in this, you can learn how to do it in half an hour.

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    asena
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    Your best bet is to contact a video editing professional. But if you want to do it yourself, use the video editor https://explain.ninja/blog/basic-video-editing-with-useful-tips/ For all its simplicity, it is functional enough to turn amateur footage into high-quality videos for uploading to YouTube.

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    muzeuk
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    Even though many marketers are still cautious about the use of video formats, the data shows that in vain. After all, most executives share corporate videos with employees on a weekly basis.

    #108510
    Philipp G
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    You can do this even on your phone, but I advise you to use ae, there are a lot of possibilities in this application. It’s best for you to make a small color correction, as well as add a few transitions. I think the result will please you and it won’t be too hard. There is also an option to contact the specialists from explain.ninja, you can order video processing there, you will need to send only the source material, it would be interesting to look at the result

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