How can I edit a video like a pro? – How To Hold A Camera Steady Without A Tripod

In this video, I explain how to make custom edits with different video players. Some players allow you to edit their videos, in which case it’s quite easy to do. You first need to install VLC and make sure it’s set to view video as an audio player instead of as a video player. Then, choose your video players, and use a video player like Media Player Classic or VLC Media Player from there. It’s very easy to do. I’ll be using VLC Media Player in this video.

How to use a custom player

Once you’ve got that sorted, open a new file, and paste the video into it, like in this example. First, click the “add to playlist” button at the bottom right of the screen, and choose the player you’d like to use from there. (If VLC doesn’t have a playlist button at this point, click the “Options” button, and then click the “Playlist” button from the menu.)

After you finish using the player’s features, close the player and you’ll see a list of all the videos you’ve edited, one of which you’ll select from there. You can then edit any of these videos.

To edit one of the videos, click on the player’s name at the top and choose the edit icon. This will open a browser-based “Add to Playlist” dialog, which includes options for a variety of video players. You can use any, but if they look good to you, this will work. Make sure you select the one you want, or a video player you’ve already installed, or you won’t be saved your video edits!

Here’s another example of how to use VLC with Playlist:

What’s the first thing people ask when they see you?

“Where am I?”

It’s a good question, because you want to say that you’ve been here.

But that’s not true.

I was in a state of shock. I thought I was going to lose my balance at some point during the walk home.

It really surprised me. Because I know where I am now.

I know exactly where I am, and I don’t know where I will be.

And it’s OK.

I know, but I will not go back to sleep.

Because I want to find my way back, to be where I used to be.


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