So as we run through here quick thing to notice I was actually using content samurai on 3G internet connection from my phone just to prove that it could work on pretty much any platform with any internet connection even I've tested it on slower connections then I average brow by half brow half brow speed and it still flies and works amazingly and sounds amazing. So yeah so just couple of things if you don't have great internet connection you're all good. So as you see here we are going through....and I'm going through creating the slides, the really nice thing is there's really loads of styling options they've got bold, italic, underline, hide, text and just...you can also split text so sometimes if slides don't generate in the way that you actually wanted them to generate then you can actually split the text to the next slide or again if is you got text on the two slides then you want it on just one you can join slides up but 99% out of a hundred you get them spot on rarely do I have to go and split text up. If I do it's more of a personal choice rather than maybe a technical decision, kind of; so yeah it's really good on that front and you know hats off to the team. And it's improving everyday that's the awesome thing is the guys are working on it all the time like 24/7 if there were like so there is always new things and it is always just tweaking and getting that tiny, tiny bit better you know content samurai is great as it is and its cooler everyday it has a new thing there's a new feature bought into.
We also know that Content Samurai have big seasonal sales for Black Friday and at other times of the year. So if you enjoy using their app that would be a good time to secure an even better deal. The last promotion they did for Black Friday as an example they gave away over $1000 worth of extras including a free copy of Market Samurai which they had never done before.
Granted, I did not even look at the editing portion of the program, but something tells me it would be just as effective as the recording. If you are going to have an "evaluation version" of a program, I would hope it would at least do what it is intended to do, and not be a complete waste of time and resources like this thing is. Seriously, don't even bother.
For the most advanced, least fiscally prudent of beginners, there’s Apple Final Cut Pro X. $299.99 might be a little steep for a product you may well have a difficult time understanding; but for those among you who enjoy a challenge, and who aspire to some level of professionalism in video editing, why not go for it? Apple has made the transition from iMovie to Final Cut Pro more painless than ever—so if you’re the kind of guy or gal who enjoys him/herself an Apple product, and has worked with iMovie to the point of mastery, it might be time to splurge on Final Cut Pro. The power is still daunting; the interface, significantly less so.
Hi Lance, thanks for an informative article. I’m currently editing my YouTube videos on a 5year old laptop and Movie Maker. My problem is it crashes a lot and I have to exit and start over. I would like something with more features than Movie Maker and am also in the market for a new computer. Filmora or Power Director seems like it would fit my needs, but my question is what should I be looking for in a computer to handle all the video editing. Processor, graphics card, RAM, etc. Thanks again.
So as you can see notes a couple of examples that I jot down into the actual original recording it's just so quick even on that death slowing connection that I was doing this on and it works with 3 and I could have done it even with uploading actual files to drop box I have been using content samurai and it hasn't skipped a beat it still sounds fantastic, so yeah can't say enough about the guy who actually created this so you see here the...I actually get this wrong a couple of times and that's no real issue because if you get it wrong you can just click the re-record button and it re-record it a few times. This is one very short thing at the moment but I actually believe the update they brought out couple of days ago that that particular box gone if you do a huge great list you can actually split them up for audio a bit easier, that's awesome and yes I'm firing through here. I love at the top how it's got the number of sentences left to record that's really helpful to know and it's kind of really encouraging as well. I mean it only takes about 10-12 minutes to I think to...when I time myself to actually record this is a 700 word article so it don't take too long so you need to just fly through here.
In case that you don't want to upgrade to Windows 10, you can still find installation packages of Windows Movie Maker on some third-party authoritative download sites. (Windows Movie Maker has been discontinued by Microsoft, remember to download it on your trust download sites. ) However, you must know it won't upgrade anymore, so you are not able to enjoy some innovative and high video editing technology.
Thankfully, you can get Content Samurai at a 25% discount off its normal price. (This link will send you directly to the checkout page.) So, instead of its retail price of $47, you’ll only pay $35, saving you $12 a month forever (again, for as long as you keep your monthly subscription after clicking on the previous link and taking advantage of this discount deal).