If you're making cooking videos, editing may take you hours and hours. Or, you maybe so intimidated by the idea of editing, that you refuse to do it. This course picks up where my last course "How to Make Professional Looking Cooking Videos" ends. I show you how I edit my cooking videos from start to finish and also spend time showing you how I create several assets that are part of my videos' branding, like my animated logo and end cards. I show you the best places to find the perfect music and fonts for your videos. Armed with the knowledge from "How to Make Professional Looking Cooking Videos" and a step by step walk through of editing, you'll be uploading cooking videos to YouTube that will make you proud and delight your viewers.
I will be using a Mac in the tutorials. However, if you have a PC, you should still benefit from learning the process which you can apply to the software you have.
Having a great understanding of the basics and some practice will help you as you learn how to edit your videos. Find out what you need to know and why we edit in this lecture.
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This document includes features that you should consider when selecting editing software.
This lecture briefly explains the timeline and how its used in editing software.
Using keyboard shortcuts will help you edit your cooking videos a lot faster. Find out which ones are critical to learn in this lecture.
This lecture describes the things I do before I begin editing and each step of my editing process.
This brief lecture explains how I organize my files for each video I produce. Staying organized is important.
This video describes the steps that I take in the next lecture, which is a live demonstration. I include a few things I do before I start editing and what happens during the editing process.
Watch me edit my Vegan Cornbread video from start to finish using iMovie.
What I want you to focus on in this video is the process, not the software. Most likely you'll be using a different software program. Remember that all you need to know how to do is drag elements to the timeline and cut the clips to match the narration.
Note to any video editing professionals: I'm sure that my method is not the industry standard. What you'll see is the method I use as a self-taught editor.
In this lecture, I show you a video where I unmuted a clip and explain why I did it and the other steps I took after unmuting it.
This lecture summarizes this lesson.
Learn about the role of your logo and what you should consider when designing it or getting someone else to design it.
Watch as I show you how I created my simple logo for DIY Cooking Videos using Keynote.
This document includes 6 services where you can find someone to design your logo.
In this lecture I'll show you how I animated my logo and created a movie file in Keynote.
The link in the supplemental resources shows you how you can do this with PowerPoint.
In this lecture, I share 3 suggestions for selecting music for your cooking videos.
This is a list of 16 websites where you can find free and paid royalty free music for your videos.
In this lecture, I show you how you can create a longer clip for your cooking videos if the one you purchased or downloaded for free is too short.
If you have a Mac, you can use GarageBand to create original music for your videos.
Adding text to your videos can help call the viewer's attnetion to the ingredients you're using during the demonstration. There are a few things you should take into consideration before choosing a font.
11 websites where you can find free and paid fonts for your videos.
End cards are not only a great way to reinforce your brand, but they can also get your viewers to act.
In this lecture, I'll show you how I created my end-card template in Keynote and how I change it for each video.
Here are the steps to make sure you have an image with Keynote that will work easily in your video editing program.
Here are the steps to make sure you have an image with PowerPoint that will work easily in your video editing program.
In this lecture, I show you how you can combine an image and a video in your editing software to create your end-card.
This video concludes the course.
Take the prerequisite, if you haven't already.
I started making cooking videos just a short while ago on YouTube in April 2012 - Vegan Cooking with Love. I quickly realized that I had a lot to learn in order to produce videos that met my standards. After months of studying and analyzing other videos, I discovered the keys to producing high quality cooking videos on YouTube as a solo producer. Since I improved my production quality, my views have skyrocketed and I have over 10,000 subscribers for my channel. It is not uncommon for people to leave comments on my channel thanking me for taking the time to produce quality videos.
I'm excited to finally share what I've learned so that together we can make YouTube a place where quality trumps quantity.