There are many different ways to share information. Some people write articles while others create videos. I love watching videos, and I also used to help create them for television. I was a video producer for about 3 years. And I must say, it is not a walk in the park. It takes a lot of skill and patience since you have to master image, music, sound effects and motion graphics. Editing creates the magic you see after the other mentioned elements are put together. It took me some time to get the hang of editing videos. I wish I had the tools then that are available now that would have made my editing job so much simpler.
If you are interested in editing your own videos for information sharing, here are 3 tools/applications that you can check out. I’m sure you will find one that suits your needs.
1. VReveal – Do you shoot video with your cell phone, digital camera, or other handheld device? Then chances are good that you have shaky, dark, noisy, pixilated, or blurry videos. These are less-than-ideal videos that obscure your life’s best captured moments. However, those moments don’t have to be lost to common video problems anymore. vReveal has the advanced enhancement technology and “one click” touch-up tools that make it easy to dramatically improve the quality of flawed videos.
2. Stupefix – is a web service that turns your pictures, videos, and text into professional videos. Differentiate your service with video produced from your own content. Create one or thousands of video ads and spread them all over the web. Instantly expand your product line to video (mobile, web, and dvd).
3. Quick.tv – is an evolution for interactive videos. With the advanced interactive tools, professional web video publishers can inject interactivity into videos with a quick click, drag, and drop.