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How hard is it to make and edit a youtube video?

 
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I'm the same way.  Ugh I hate seeing my face on the camera! Really wish I could just post 10 hours of chickens scratching in the dirt and get likes from that lmao.
 
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r ranson wrote:Second serious video edited and uploaded.
I think I figured out how to schedule it for Thursday morning.  Could anyone who is subscribed let me know if they get a notification?
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Hi R. I subscribed. But don't know if I have time to watch (or to see the notification) on Thursday.
 
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Here we go.



did anyone get a notification this morning?

I think the chickens in the background don't distract too much.  I'm a bit annoyed I couldn't figure out how to make it go away.

No!  It is not the same spoon.

And I kind of like that I managed to make a thumbnail thingy.  

I'm a long way away from being as good as my favourite youtube chanel but maybe if I keep trying I won't suck as much.  
 
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r ranson wrote: I think the chickens in the background don't distract too much.  I'm a bit annoyed I couldn't figure out how to make it go away.


I guess it is named it "Crowing hen farm" for a reason!
 
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r ranson wrote:H...

I think the chickens in the background don't distract too much.  I'm a bit annoyed I couldn't figure out how to make it go away.

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I liked the chicken sounds. I thought you did that on purpose (crowing hen)
 
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I have so many more plans for videos and tutorials.
And life got expensive.
So most of my spare time is dedicated to things that bring in an income.  But I still want to make videos.  

I've been toying with the idea of a Patreon account.  I don't know.  Maybe something to research on the next insomniac night.  
 
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I finally made a shorter video and am starting to get the hang of this cutting and fading thing.  Only 5 hours to edit this video!  getting better... I guess.  



(pst, it would be a huge help if you popped over to youtubeand gave the video a thumbs up)

I tried a different setting for the video on the camera.  This obviously isn't what I want as the quality is too low and the ratio of the screen is still off.  I wish I knew which setting to leave it on.  

I had to shoot the footage twice because my camera does this thing where it crops the image while it's filming.  So I thought I set it up well, but ops.  Completely off-screen.

But on the whole, I'm happy with it.  Trying to decided what to do next.  Tomorrow is playing with a vintage washing machine... anyone thinks that's interesting enough for youtube?  
 
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I also have the same question. I started out a gardening channel on Bitchute and then tried to start a second channel on YouTube. I wanted to start using a tripod to record parts of my videos, but I'm noticing that I'm already starting to get burnout from my attempts to make my videos as high quality as possible with limited equipment. I haven't posted a new video in nearly a month and I have a backlog of raw video footage that still needs to be edited. If you're interested, here's the link to my YouTube channel:
https://m.youtube.com/user/NayrbRellimer/featured

Here's the link to my Bitchute channel:
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/Riyd6uFNAKXy/
 
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It depends on the length and the complexity of the edit. A simple edit is not that difficult to make, even if you are not a professional. All you would need to do is connect different video pieces and maybe add some sound.
You can easily do that in simple editing software like Movavi. The basic version is free-to-use, and it does contain anything you might need for a basic edit. It’s better for beginners because it won’t scare you off and will encourage you to learn more step by step. Editing is fun, and you will learn to like it someday.
 
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