I “like, like” editing so much, I’d send it love notes in class if I could.
I mean it. Lol.
Editing, to me, is the cat’s meow, the bees knees and your number one ally when it comes to putting fun and engaging content out there.
Oh, and a quick heads up that this video is rockin’ a low fi vibe today. I think it’s super important to put content out that isn’t as polished sometimes. This way you can show different sides of yourself and your lovely brand. 🙂
Check out the video below for my top 4 reasons why I’m totally crushing on editing. (and to see an
embarrassing, ahem, interesting interpretational dance that helps you see why editing rocks):
Okay, my friend. Now it’s your turn to speak.
Continue this conversation going by leaving a comment below. Let me know if you’ve tried video editing before with a big ol’ “yes” or “no”.
I can’t wait to hear from ya!
And as always…
Sarah Michelle Brown
Your Virtual Video Director
Sarah!! You are such a rockstar mentor. Thank you for all you do to support and encourage the planet on doing great video! I’m a fan, and a student. I do editing – yes – but I’m SUCH a novice. Just the basics, my dear. Are you going to have an advance editing class, course, webinar, seminar… or such, we hope?!!
Thank you Leslie, you’re a rock star, yourself, lady! I’m so excited to hear that you’ve started playing around with editing.
I’ll definitely be including editing in the bigger course launching later this year.
I could put an email out to my peeps to see if others are keen to do a mini editing mastermind. Hmmm…
Let me know if you’d be interested. And I’ll see if there are enough people who need it too. 🙂
(And great last name hehe)
No…because I have no freakin’ clue how to do it! I am workin’ on it though…
I loved your video, I want to learn to do all that without getting a degree. Is it possible?
Thanks Sue, I know it can seem like a mountain when you don’t know where to begin. It’s about learning just what you need and nothing more. I’m a huge fan of keeping it simple.
There is a learning curve for sure, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
How funny! I just tried to do some editing today with the IMovie app. I found out it’s not as easy as I’d thought. Is there a better application/software to work with?
Thanks so much Sarah for today’s video. Loved it! You’re adorable 🙂
Thanks so much Malia!
Ah, yes, iMovie. While I’ve been on a Mac and using Apple products since I was 11, I am not a huge fan of iMovie. I find it visually awkward. For entrepreneurs who want to do editing on their computers, I recommend that people either use Screenflow* if you’re on a Mac, and Camtasia if you’re on a PC.
For cell phone editing, well, for me as it stands, I find desktop wayyy easier to work with. But I really haven’t worked much with smart phone editing apps. I’ve played around with the iMovie one, and actually use it a bit for my Instagram vids. But super minimal usage right now.
Let me know if you have any more Qs.
ps – * = lovely affiliate