Discussion in 'Video Production' started by alice252293, Mar 10, 2019.
Is skillshare better than udemy?. The price of courses is not so expensive. I can totally afford it.
Skillshare is single subscription and you've to buy course separately on udemy. Even everything is available on youtube too. But people try to keep visitors in loop and too much distraction on YT. So platform doesn't matter - i'd recommend lynda -- they've something called 'learning paths', basically they create a big course like 50-60 hours out of courses available there. So we don't have to figure out - what to learn next?
Why don't you go for animation/illustration rather than editing? @alice252293
First, I think it's still profitable to get the job in video editing area.
Second, I'm gonna make youtube video to sell my products that's why I want to learn video editing.
Too bad. Filmora starts to lag when you edit video more than 10 mins. What a shame ...
I have no issue as of now.
same here too.. i starting learning editing video now. i think this will need work hard in get skilled in editing video. i usually work with photoshop before with photo editing, now i learning with editing video. i work with my friend in videographer,most of wedding ceremony job. sorry for share my little story haha
Skillshare, cus u can use free trials over and over again with cc generator.
Learn Adobe Premiere Pro.
you can really find pretty good tutorials on youtube but i recomment you Udemy. there you will find not only video editing. you will find really useful courses for free or for the cheapest price.
Lynda and skillshare have proven to be really helpful for me. I've been learning video editing and dapps development for 2 weeks
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I've recently gotten into this as well for my own videos. Found "Open Shot Video Editor" which is like Adobe Premiere but free and open source. There are a few threads around here and on the web on open source equivalents to expensive adobe programs.
Want to learn video editing?
1 - Get Adobe Premiere Pro
2 - Start with free youtube videos to understand the basics on how to import, cut and export content
3 - Make a music video to learn how to edit to a rythm
4 - Join a local short film crew and work on a few projects to understand how to tell a story and balance audio
5 - Learn After Effects through videocopilot.net
6 - Become familiar with sites like videohive.net
7 - Get LOTS of practice and learn film making
You can start with small freelance jobs after step 4. It will take you years to truly master the art.
Source: Have been a video editor for over 20 years now. Have worked in Hollywood on movies and have produced some marketing videos that have generated millions of dollars in revenue.
Edit: All video editing software use the same basic principles. They only differ in layout and tools available. I strongly suggest you start with Premiere Pro as it is the most complete package for a begginer to use.
From client perspective, Sony vegas pro. Period. To find the clients, go to Facebook groups, join them and sell your direct service there. Those youtubers don't go in fiverr normally.
start with sony vegas, when U will get used to it jump to premiere or final cut all the tutorials are in YT
Learn from the internet and practice your skills.
A quick and easy tool to use on your phone is "Videorama". I have used it to make quality YouTube videos and the app is free to download. Remember that every expert was once a beginner. Success all depends on the second letter.
Repetition will be the mother of skill for you. We all have to start somewhere.
I also agree that YouTube and Udemy have tons of resources on this subject.
If you want to learn a profession from scratch, it is best to contact an experienced specialist and ask him to become your mentor. And to get better and faster results, it’s better to work live. This method minimizes all your mistakes and allows you to get only the necessary and working information.
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