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Video Editing for Beginners (Using Mac!)

Complete video editing tutorial for non-editors on Mac! Learn video editing for beginners, and a ton of video editing tips to save time. (Check below for the Windows video!) *** ► FREE GUIDE: The ULTIMATE Video Editing Process:

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➡️ The ULTIMATE Video Editing Process:

Recommended Software for Starting Out:
► iMovie:
► ScreenFlow:

Software we’re using on Mac:
► Adobe Premiere Pro:
► Final Cut Pro:

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▶️ Check out this video on the Best Video Editing Software for Mac:

Using Windows? Check out the Windows version of this Tutorial!

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— Video Editing for Beginners (Using Mac!) —

Video editing can be one of the most daunting aspects in the video creation process, so it’s no surprise it tends to appear number 1 on the list of things people DON’T enjoy doing when we ask for areas the Primal Video Community would like help with…

The good news is, you can SIGNIFICANTLY reduce the time spent in your video editing software with just some simple tweaks to your process, and an understanding of the key fundamentals of editing a video.

And the even better news? You’re going to get ALL of that in this video! Whether you’re just starting out and looking for the best video editing software on Mac to start out with, you’ve been at it for a while and looking for video editing tips to speed up video editing for YouTube, or starting out and looking for a complete guide to video editing for beginners, we’ve got you covered ?

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  1. I've got to say I really like the content you're producing and it's helped me tremendously on figuring all this stuff out. Doesn't hurt to see the surf shot in the background either.

  2. Hey dude, I just want to thank you for making me realize I can get I-Movie on my mac. Before I watched this I had no idea I could get it on here and was about to buy an editing software for about $300.

  3. Hi.
    I would like simply to add a still picture on an mp3 audio and make it a video. Nothing more.
    On iMovie this seems so difficult, like impossible.
    Maybe it's me.
    Perhaps you could help me?
    Many thanks in advance.

  4. iMovie '11 doesn't have a b roll line so you can't put clips over other clips far as I have found. Is there a way to do the same in iMovie 11 because I have an older Mac?

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