Q: What is a recommended software program to use to create and edit videos to place on a website or blog?
Hi Kelly– Great question! I'm just now exploring video options and here's what I have discovered.
2. GetMoreClientsAudio.com is a great beginning place to start for uploading and hosting audios (can't do any editing with this service). The directions are simple, and you can create the player in multiple sizes to correspond with the amount of space you have to insert the video on a web page. However, once you start getting traffic to these videos, your bandwidth usage will increase and you may end up paying more than you intended for bandwidth overages.
3. Amazon S3 offers really cheap video hosting, but it's pretty difficult to set up on its own. There's a membership site, www.EZs3.com, that you can join that walks you through the process and incorporates a variety of video players and social networking viral video options. There is something of a learning curve involved here.
5. Animoto for Business is a fairly inexpensive option to create PPT-type videos with audio as well.
6. For regular video editing, I usually hear iMovie recommended for Macs (is part of the installed Mac software) and Windows Movie Maker for PCs (is part of the Windows software). However, for PCs, I've heard more people mention Sony Vegas Movie Studio. You can compare versions here.
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