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  • (calm music)

  • - What's up, everyone, it's your girl Jenn

  • and today I'll be showing you how I edit my YouTube videos.

  • I have been creating videos for a number of years now

  • and I thought that today I would just kinda guide you

  • on what goes on in my head as I'm editing

  • and I know I do a wide range of videos

  • but today I thought I would just show you

  • how I do a basic vlog.

  • Thought I'd keep it simple and informational.

  • Also, if you are not subscribed by now, please do.

  • Button is down below.

  • Hit that and become a Jem today.

  • Alright, so with that said, let's get started.

  • Alrighty, so here is my desktop.

  • I'm gonna open up Final Cut Pro X.

  • This is what I've been using for years now

  • and it's what I like.

  • I have already imported my files

  • and now I'm going to create a new project.

  • This one is called June Vlog 2017 for now

  • and all my clips are in there and ready to go.

  • So my first step is to create a rough cut.

  • I like to make sure that I have all the right clips in order

  • and have them chronological.

  • So I just drag each clip and bring it down

  • and I'll start piling them all down where they belong.

  • It just helps me keep organized and keeps me sane.

  • I know some people just like to work it little by little.

  • I just like to dump it all at once and trim as I go.

  • Once you have established the positioning,

  • I just kinda scrub through the footage

  • and I try my best to get rid of any ums or gaps.

  • Like in this clip, I'm just rambling

  • so I'm just using the Blade tool

  • and I'm just gonna cut that out.

  • No one needed to hear me remember if it was Tuesday

  • or Wednesday.

  • I just have found it best to keep your dialogue

  • as effective as you can.

  • Alright, so let's talk about transitions now.

  • When I'm jumping to one scene to another,

  • I'll go into Transitions and then I'll use Slide.

  • I like to use Slide when I'm transitioning in the same day

  • but when it's a new day, I'll go in with Flash

  • which is in the Light section

  • and it will just kind of burst

  • and that'll indicate that it's a new day.

  • Once all the clips are in place

  • and I'm happy with the rough cut,

  • I'll just match the clips to the beat of a song.

  • You can develop a relationship with a music artist

  • and agree to have their music on your channel.

  • I'm really lucky that I've made friends with Go Yama

  • and DJ Grumble and we have an agreement with the usage.

  • Another way is to get songs from a royalty free library.

  • There is a lot out there but my favorite is Epidemic Sound.

  • Believe me, I've gone through a lot.

  • The quality of their music library is bomb.

  • I've thumbed through so many music libraries

  • where everything just sounds like crap

  • but I find Epidemic Sound's library

  • to have such a wide range of genres and artists.

  • One of my favorite artists there is Axel Ljung.

  • I'm probably saying that wrong but I love what he produces.

  • It really goes well with my channel

  • and creates a great vibe.

  • It just feels good knowing that these songs are 100% safe.

  • You don't have to worry about copyright claims.

  • There's a 30-day free trial for all new users

  • so sign up and start browsing the music.

  • So now that I got my song, I'm gonna work on my intro.

  • I'm gonna go to the library, drag this song in

  • and this is where you can add cool text, effects with fonts.

  • Personally, I have a graphic designer that I work with

  • and she creates these awesome images for me

  • that I can overlay with.

  • This is not necessary by any means though.

  • You can find a cool font on a ton of websites.

  • My favorite is dafont.com

  • and here's a few of my favorite fonts to help you start out.

  • Also, there is always Pixel Film Studios.

  • I feel like this is a well-known YouTube secret

  • but you can just buy plugins here

  • that just jazz up your videos with minimal editing.

  • Now, back to the intro.

  • I'm just gonna throw in some fun stuff.

  • I'm gonna put a little TV static

  • to make it seem like you're dialing into a new episode.

  • So now that my intro is looking good,

  • I'm gonna start adding music

  • to all the montages in my videos.

  • I'll try and make the clips change every time

  • when it hits a beat.

  • It just makes the viewing experience

  • a little cooler, more artsy.

  • I know some people won't notice

  • but at least you'll know that it's there.

  • Now that the music's done,

  • I'm gonna go ahead and add the dates.

  • I always make sure I put my Snapping option on

  • because this always makes sure

  • that the graphics on top synchronize

  • with the clip on the bottom.

  • So you see that yellow line?

  • It snaps back in.

  • That indicates that it's perfectly aligned.

  • Now, I'll go back to the vlog and I'll stop at every clip

  • where a new location is established.

  • For example, here's a clip of VidCon.

  • I am gonna put a basic text on it.

  • I'm gonna write VidCon because this was at VidCon

  • and I'm gonna change the font to my favorite, Brandon.

  • I'm gonna make it Bold

  • and I'm gonna just space out the text a little bit

  • to make it look cooler.

  • I know it's obvious that it's VidCon

  • but it's little details like this

  • that make the vlog more fun

  • and just keep the viewer stimulated.

  • The last thing I'll do is add an end slate.

  • This is a landing page for you to write any of your socials

  • or where your viewers can find you.

  • This also isn't necessary

  • but I just find that it adds a nice professional touch.

  • Make sure it's at least 20 seconds long

  • because that's what YouTube recommends.

  • Alright, guys, that is just a brief outline

  • of what goes on in my head as I'm editing.

  • Obviously, finding your own video and editing style

  • comes with time and experience

  • and you just gotta be consistent

  • and things will just kinda fall into place.

  • It took me a very long time to get to where I am now

  • and there's still so many things I need to learn

  • but regardless, creating videos is such a fun

  • and just good outlet especially if you're the type of person

  • that likes to document and just remember memories.

  • If you enjoyed the video, please hit the Like button

  • and also open the description box.

  • The link for the Epidemic Sound deal is there.

  • Music is such a key factor in YouTube videos

  • and it's just good to be safe.

  • So please open that, check it out

  • and thank you so much for watching.

  • I'll see you guys in the next one.

  • Bye.

  • (calm music)

(calm music)

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