TUTORIAL001 | Audio, sound assisted graphics and transitions

in video-editing •  7 months ago

Just a very brief run over a few techniques I employ to enhance my content quality. I do apologise for the terrbile screen capture, but I just couldn't figure out how to make OBS run smoothly! Maybe it's because I have to use OBS with my graphics card disabled and the fact I'm running Sony Vegas as well as recording. But anyway, you get the gist of it!

@sschauhan this one's for you!



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Logitech Performance MX https://amzn.to/2v2WmuH
GoPro Hero 3+ https://amzn.to/2OurrAk

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video was quite informative but last when i talk to you you told that you used adobe premier pro and as per your recommendation i brought adobe premier pro cs6 and i have bit problem i adjust the volume of different audios like song, music and voice over.


Oh no there must have been a misunderstanding! I remember telling you I use Sony Vegas, and in a different comment I told you I use Adobe Spark for my thumbnails. I think that more people use Adobe Software for creating content so I think you will be alright. But unfortunately I won't be able to help you with the nitty gritty details that I know in Sony Vegas!

Awesome tips. I want to get a mic but was thinking about the rode on the stand for the cooking vids. Not the portable one really. What do you think?


Thanks @alphasteem! If you don't need it to be portable definitely go for something that's got its own power source, either battery or mains. And i would say a directional (shotgun mic) would be perfect for your cooking videos. Just be sure to check it will be compatible with whatever camera you use too 😉

That is great stuff.
Could you please look at my videos and give me your opinion?
I worked very hard and it took me a long time to edit them in adobe after effects, adobe photoshop, and adobe lightroom.
Please see below:


Hi infinity! I watched your videos and they are totally not my style! I did enjoy the model walking through the snowy woods though. That was very cinematic and stable. I think you have the right equipment to make some interesting videos, the challenge now is to find what you want to make videos of!


Hi stickycj, Thank you very much for taking the time to watch the videos and replying. I appreciate your opinion.