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By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Ideas ensure emotions. Emotions can create or destroy civilizations. So films have to be made only on the right ideas and hough platforms may be different ” Many in film production believes that a democratic process will evolve, because of digitization of content, that will ensure that big production houses no longer call the shots. Due to the easy flow of ideas in digital world, power will not be restricted in the hands ofone or other big production houses. There will be a more democratic process via which you will understand the demand that's there for a kind of cinema. The audience will straightaway give feedback, as it is already happening in the digital film platforms .Instead of stories based on physical geographical boundaries, they are going to be based more on social, psychological geography. This will be so as everyone will be available to exchange ideas on the digital world.”.Make you tube channel and you can earn money by advertisement.

Video editor Openshot open-source video editor lets you trim, resize and even rotate digital videos. It supports a wide range of formats--including AVI, MOV, MP4, Motion JPEG and WMV--at resolutions as high as 4K (3840x2160) at 30fps. You can even import photographs and music in JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, MP3, WAV and FLAC formats to create a custom movie compilation.OpenShot's user interface comprises a projects pane where you can browse through the files you have imported into the editor, a timeline with its tracks, and a preview pane that shows you how the final output will play out.After you have imported all your files, you can insert text frames, transitions and 3D animations onto the timeline. You get access to over 40 title templates, which you can further customize . OpenShot even even gives you a choice of over 150 2D and 3D transitions, with absolute control over their length, transparency, brightness and contrast.You can change the playback speed of each video clip and even reverse its direction .When you're done, you can use one of Open-Shot's preset profiles to export your production in a format - like DVD, Blu-ray, web or device - that will play without issues on a television, a smartphone or stream online via a web browser.This software may not boast of all the features you get in a professional video editor, but it packs in almost everything you would need to create a fantastic home production.Open Shot is a free, simple-to-use, feature-rich video editor for Linux Windows and Mac. The brainchild of programmer Jonathan Thomas, OpenShot has garnered a large and enthusiastic following for many reasons, one being Thomas's responsiveness to user feedback. To quickly see the best uses of OpenShot, check out the beautifully created videos using open shot. "In short OpenShot is: 1. Easy to use. 2. Can work with HD video smoothly 3. Can change video colouring/lighting, among other things 4. Gives users the ability to add effects. 5. Can render video at a very high speed (especially when compared to Windows editing programs). This really makes OpenShot a powerful addition to the Linux community.” Help manuals for OpenShot are available in several languages - and each includes a simple "Learn OpenShot in 5 Minutes" section. When video production is required of all students, it makes sense to steer students towards an easy-to-use, yet powerful free video editor. OpenShot is that video editor. OpenShot is, quite simply, a cross-platform, free software (GPL licensed) video editing package. It's available for Linux and, according to their download page, for Windows and Mac, as well.Interestingly, OpenShot is distributed via appimage. That means they provide a single binary that can be run on just about any modern Linux distribution. So, what makes OpenShot 2.3 so ridiculously awesome?.To start with, the new transformation tool is absolutely stupendous. It allows you to easily add some very cool animations to your videos. Simply drop an item (say, an image of your kid playing hockey) on the timeline. Select a spot on the timeline to start the animation, select Transform, then adjust the image however you want in a WYSIWYG way. Drag it around. Resize/reshape it. Then move to the next spot on the timeline that you want the image to do something else and repeat. OpenShot will do the hard work of calculating and rendering all of the frames in between those two points for you. The result is a nice smooth animation put together in just a few minutes. Not only is it easy, but the performance was quite peppy. This new version also adds to create titles for your videos. This is, hands down, the most fun title editor . Some of the built-in templates are a ton of fun and look absolutely fantastic.