Sharing: Shooting and Editing Video with Your Cellphone


Image: Screenshot, CNET Video

I came across this video earlier today from CNET’s The Fix that has some great tips for shooting video with your cellphone and then editing it in YouTube. I knew YouTube had a video editor but I use video software for my projects, so I’ve never really investigated it. But watching this video, it looks like it has a lot of great, easy-to-use features.

Unfortunately, I can’t find any way to embed the video, so I’m just linking to it here:

Video: Shoot, Edit, and Share Your Favorite Videos (CNET, 06/16/14)

By the way, if you’re interested in the gadget they demonstrate that can be used as a grip or a tripod for your cellphone, as I was, apparently we’re out of luck. It seems that this particular model, Woxom SlingShot, is sold out everywhere. (Unless you want to buy the regularly $19.95-priced product for $35.00 on Amazon!).

This Universal Smartphone Holder and Flexible Mini Tripod looks like a nice alternative, though.

Blogathon 6-Days-out-of-7 Roundup

Well, yet again, I missed posting yesterday, but here’s what I blogged about the rest of the week, in case you missed it.

Video Tutorial: Create a Highlighting Effect in WordPress

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Windows 8.1: Change the Default Program for Opening Files

Revert to Classic Google Maps

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