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smoothing things out

Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by sademarie, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. sademarie
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    hello, I have recently started my youtube channel and I am totally new to editing my videos. I use filmora to edit but I'm finding it difficult to make my video run smoothly without jumping once I cut things out from it. does anyone have any advice on how to fix this?
    thanks in advance
     
  2. Munchito696
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    try a different program or a different computer. It's likely either just an issue with the program itself or your computer can't handle the processing power it needs to render the videos.
     
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  3. sademarie
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    okay, ill see what other editing software is available. thank you
     
  4. Kush Patel
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    I would use Premiere Pro if you want to throw some money at it, or Lightworks is a good free alternative. Depending on your editing, Windows Movie Maker is more than enough. Also try to get a more powerful computer, that can help.
     
  5. sademarie
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    Ahh great thank you, will probably try the free ones first till I get a little better but I will defo go and check them out.
     
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    I second Lightworks its pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it. They have videos on their website to walk you through different steps.
     
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    I tried filmora also. It's one of the worst editor i tried. I would recommend Adobe premiere, and other wise i would Shortcut , lightworks , (or if you have the possibilty imovie's)


    (edit) i just watched some of your video's , even windows movie maker is good enough for you :)
     

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