Today, software makes editing digital footage faster, easier and much more affordable, and puts it within reach of anyone with a personal computer. Even better, digital video editing is “nonlinear,” which means you can access the scenes you want to edit directly. This helps speed up the process, especially for a short, Internet-ready video for which you just need to trim off the ends and add a title screen or two. Here are seven top video editing tools for your organization.
Stupeflix. Stupeflix & Animoto offer new ways to tell a story Updated to remove RockYou, which has switched its business model to focus on games, and Slide, which closed up shop in March 2012. By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff In a world where we’re bombarded with 3,000 messages a day, it’s hard for nonprofits and […]
As part of our silo-busting effort at Socialbrite, we’ll be showcasing cool technologies that haven’t received enough attention in the nonprofit and social change worlds. So here’s a one-minute video, announcing the launch of Socialbrite, that I created last night on Animoto: Introducing Socialbrite.org. Nonprofit tech + Causes + Open source + Social media. We’re […]