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VSDC Tutorial 2 – How to Trim and Split Clips with VSDC Video Editor

This week, I’m continuing my VSDC Tutorial series with the second lesson. In the very first tutorial on using VSDC’s free video editor, I showed you how to get started with a new project and how to import clips. If you missed that first VSDC tutorial, click here to scoot back there to catch it. …

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VSDC Free Video Editing Software – Beginner Editing Tutorial 1/3

If there is one question I hear all the time, it’s “what free video editing software can I use to edit my videos?” There are a handful of free video editor options out there for Mac and PC users, but one of them was recently retired by GoPro, and in its place, GoPro recommends PC …

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10 Things I wish Bloggers Knew about YouTube

When I started publishing weekly blog posts and videos in January 2015, I thought I knew what I was getting into. I knew a ton about the technical side of WordPress, a ton about keyword research and a ton about creating content. But I didn’t know that almost my entire audience growth would take place on …

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DIY Kitchen Remodel – Meet The Most Embarrassing Kitchen Ever

Friends, Let’s just call this a Casual Saturday post because “DIY Kitchen Remodel” is a little off-topic from my typical chatter here. Back in 2015, when this blog was just starting out, my husband and I renovated our completely disgusting, embarrassing kitchen. I didn’t blog about it then for two reasons: 1) because this blog was …

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Best Computer for Video Editing

I get this question a lot: “What is the best computer for video editing?” It doesn’t matter if we’re talking YouTube videos or GoPro videos, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with computers! Processors! RAM! Memory! Gigabytes! Megahertz! Solid State Drive! RIGHT?! There are so many options from laptops to desktops and Macs to PCs, and none …

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Does Uploading DAILY on YouTube increase your subscribers?

More and more people are jumping on the daily vlogging training. We hear people or YouTubers talking about how their subscribers increased as they upload daily on YouTube. Is there some truth in these claims? To see if this would actually increase my subscribers, I decided to do an experiment to test these claims and …

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Where to Find Background Music for Video

Are you curious where you can find background music for video? If I had a nickel for every time this question has come up, I wouldn’t need to put affiliate links in this blog post! #ohsnap Anyway… whether you’re creating videos for your business, blog, or YouTube channel, or even hobby videos, GoPro videos, and …

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Filmora Review 2017 – New Features in Filmora 8.0

I’ve been playing around with the new Filmora 8.0 updates and let me tell you… this is some slick video editing software, especially for GoPro users! Filmora recently launched the 8.0 version of their video editor for Mac and PC and I partnered with Wondershare to show off the latest updates to their editor! Want …

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How to Save in iMovie (Simple Steps Export your Video In iMovie)

Creating a video using iMovie is a relatively process once you get started, but if you’re wondering how to save in iMovie or how to save your iMovie project, things get a little bit confusing. You’ve set up your iMovie project, done some video editing, and now you’re wondering how to save a video in …

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Premiere Pro to Instagram Stories – How To Export

I am in love with Instagram’s Stories feature, but it is a challenge to figure out how to upload pre-recorded, edited content. Have you ever noticed that high-profile Instagram accounts like @garyvee and @gopro upload a mix of “on the fly” and pre-produced, edited clips to Instagram Stories?

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PowerDirector Review – Video Editor for PC

Sometimes it feels like there aren’t as many “fun” video editors out there for PC users, right? One of my goals this year is to create some tutorials here on all (or most…) of the video editing software that I know you guys are using. I had a chance to play around with Cyberlink PowerDirector …

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Spooky Video Edits: Creepy Tricks for Premiere Pro and Filmora

I don’t really watch horror movies or scary movies, but every once and awhile I see videos or commercials and I wonder “how did they do those spooky video edits it like that?!”. In this week’s video, Let me show you some tricks in Premiere Pro and some cool stuff in Filmora, too.  

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Adobe Premiere Pro vs Premiere Elements – What’s the Difference?

I have both Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Elements, and I’ve used both. As you (probably) know, I’m all about teaching you how to create and edit videos… so I like to explore and learn what video editing options are out there. So, Premiere Pro vs Premiere Elements – what’s the difference?

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Custom Thumbnails, Annotations, and Cards OH MY! YouTube Tips & Tricks Part 2

In celebration of my YouTube channel rolling over 1000 subscribers, I have devoted blog posts and videos to how to get your GoPro videos (or any kind of video) found and watched on YouTube. This is part two! And we’re talking custom thumbnails, plus annotations (huh?) and YouTube cards (double huh?).

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Premiere Elements 13 – First Look at Adobe Premiere Elements

In last week’s post, we had a little talk about GoPro Studio and just one of its limitations. For editing family videos and home movies, you will probably want a piece of software that is a little more robust, without going full pro. Take a look at Adobe Premiere Elements 13 with me, as I …

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Notice anything… different around here?

GoProMom is now VidProMom! If you follow me on social media, hint hint: [et_social_follow icon_style=”slide” icon_shape=”rounded” icons_location=”top” col_number=”auto” outer_color=”dark” network_names=”true”] You might have noticed that I switched my usernames from gopromom to vidpromom with little or no explanation. I waited until I could get my YouTube switched over and my domain name and website migrated as well …

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Quick Tip: Shooting on your iPhone [You're Doing it Wrong]

When I’m out and about, I observe people doing it wrong. And I have to to refrain from tapping them on the shoulder and correcting them… the struggle is real. This is one of those things that you either get it or you don’t. It’s not a new concept… not by a long shot. Bloggers …

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