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With the advent of 4K and 8K production workflows, video editing means working with incredibly large file sizes. This can present all kinds of issues, from running out of space to frustratingly slow performance. So, what is the best way to store all that data while editing your videos?

Before you run out to buy yet another external drive, make sure that’s really your best bet. We interviewed two video experts to break down your options for working with large files while editing video, and go over the pros and cons of each solution.

Making a professional screencast

One of the simplest, most common types of video out there is also one that so many companies manage to get really wrong. We’re talking about screencasts.

They’re everywhere, and they’re usually too long, boring, and suffer from easily correctable faults. Whether they’re out of focus, or hard to follow, there are easy solutions to these problems.

If you’ve ever wondered how to make a sharp screencast video that people will actually want to watch, this post is for you. Here are step-by-step instructions, and a video guide, to show you the ropes.

post-production tips

This post was contributed by VEEDYOU Media, a professional video editing services firm. They definitely know a thing or two about getting the most out of video editing!

Video marketing can offer excellent return on investment. That’s especially true if you keep your production costs low and setup your advertising campaign correctly.

However, some of the biggest gains in conversion rates can actually be derived from the editing process in post-production. Simple changes can result in an even higher ROI.

In this post, we explore five tips you can easily use in post-production to ramp up your conversions.

clever ways to use only a laptop to make video

Need to make a video, but don’t have a camera? No problem!

There are plenty of imaginative ways to create video with just a laptop. We’ll walk you through ten of the most accessible and straightforward ways you can make video without any fancy gear at all. Warning: once you read this post, you’re out of excuses for not making more video!

Special Effects from the Matrix

Sophisticated special effects can give your video a real boost! When used correctly, you will see genuine engagement, more shares, and increased sales leads. Learn more about the techniques you can use to make your videos stand out from the crowd with our simple guide.

finding freelancers

We write a lot about how to make compelling marketing videos on your own. However, sometimes it’s best (or even necessary) to hire a professional.

You might lack needed equipment, time, or familiarity with the filming process. No matter the reason, hiring a professional freelance videographer can really pay off.

If you’ve never hired a freelance videographer, or have no idea where to find one, we’ll help you get started.

video editing software

Video editing is possibly the most challenging and involved part of the video production process. For that reason, many companies opt to pay for professional video editing services.

However, if you have basic editing skills already, or if you have a bit of time to invest in learning how to use editing software, there’s no reason why you can’t learn to edit videos yourself.

In this post, we’ll give you an overview of software options within different ranges. We focus on low-cost, mid-level, and professional-level software, and provide details about each set of options.

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