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 I started with iMovie, worked my pitchy by dropmock review  through to Final Cut Express, and I ended up settling with ScreenFlow. Once I started using ScreenFlow, I thought, “Why bother with Final Cut?” ScreenFlow did everything that I wanted it to and it was much easier to use and gave me amazing results. Even to this day, if I want to get a video done really quickly, just something with simple cuts and very simple editing, I use ScreenFlow. Just record, get it on ScreenFlow, export, upload, done. It’s just so good.

Outsourcing Editing Currently, I don’t do much editing myself anymore. My business has progressed so well now that I can afford to have a team of video editors to do all my editing for me. That’s really helped me take my business to heights that I couldn’t have even imagined. My videos look so much more professional now than I could have ever even tried to do on my own.
Camera At the moment, the camera that I use is a Canon 60D. For me it’s the best DSLR camera for video production. The Canon 70D is pretty awesome too, but it’s much more expensive and it doesn’t have a nice flip LCD screen that you can turn around so that you can see yourself while you’re recording. That’s one really key feature in the 60D. The other really cool feature in the 60D is the ability to adjust the sound levels for your audio. On most of the other models, there’s this thing called automatic gain control in the audio. They do that to help consumers, but it’s actually bad if you want to have more professional sound. As soon as you stop talking, it increases the white noise sound. It just doesn’t sound professional. The main drawback with the Canon 60D is that the maximum recording time per clip is about twelve minutes. So it’s not a good idea to use it for recording seminars. But if you’re just doing short, ten minute videos, it’s a brilliant, brilliant camera. You can put all types of different lenses on it to make it look super cool.
A Beginner Alternative If you’re just getting started with this, maybe you don’t want to use a DSLR camera, because it’s got quite a steep learning curve. A great camera is the Kodak Zi8. It’s a little camera, about one or two hundred bucks. Great for just getting started and it records in HD. It’s got an external mic jack on it. I’ve used the Zi8 many times to record some great videos.
pitchy by dropmock review is very important. I use professional lights now that are a bit more expensive. They are white, fluorescent, professional video lights. I use them because they create a nice, white light. They don’t get hot and it creates a very beautiful, professional effect. I started with some halogen lamps that I just got from a hardware store. They cost me like $50 bucks. But they had a sort of yellow tinge and they got really hot, so I stopped using those after a while. I’ve seen people use the power saving little light bulbs now as well. They’re a lot cheaper. You can get away with probably $50-$100 bucks and you can have your studio set up pretty well with really nice lighting.
Microphones My microphone that I currently use with my Canon 60D is a wireless microphone from Sony, the UTX-B2. So that plugs into my camera and then I can have a very nice, little, wireless lapel mic on me when I record the videos. They’re a bit more expensive, $700 bucks or so. You can probably get it cheaper on Amazon.
Beginner Microphones You don’t need to start with the UTX-B2. I actually used a $30 Audiotechnica microphone that I got from an electronics store. It provided near professional quality audio and the only drawback was that it was not wireless. It came with a four meter cord. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a great 
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