Today everybody is doing or wants to do video production. Many people choose to upload their videos to online places such as YouTube, and Facebook, so as close to professional production as possible is worthwhile.
As mentioned on this site in several places, no elaborate scientific setups here. No special laboratory equipment. Just honest in use every day setups and products that my friends or I use, or have used in our every day video activities.
Davinci Resolve - a free video editing program that looks like it does everything.
Teleprompter Software - If you do narration for online videos such as YouTube or any other tasks where it would be nice to read from a teleprompter instead of notes, check out MirrorScript. Its free, and handles any teleprompter job with ease. Put it on a netbook and its better than cue cards when you have to do a presentation. Read our review of this program here.
Mini Tripod - Excellent accessory for video or still camera pictures.
Media Players - If you don't like Windows Media Player, VLC is a great option that's been around for a long time.
Here are some of my favourite sites for getting the latest scoop on movies new and old.
Movie Information Links
|Information is not official, and is only an opinion gathered from personal experience.
If I make negative comments about any software or hardware products, it does not mean that the item or its company is bad in any way. It just means that my personal experience with it was not favourable. On the other hand if I make positive comments in a similar fashion, it only means my personal experience was satisfactory.