Hey i just got started with videography and mostly on cell phone. I make videos but somewhere i myself feel that i need more flow in my videos. Plz suggest me how to bring out more flow.
Here is a link to my video so that u can hav a better understanding of my mistakes
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I, for one, have no idea what you mean by "flow". Can you explain better?
And why did you add black bars above and below? That's not necessary to keep the aspect ratio with YouTube videos and they're distracting.
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Flow refers to the speed of the video. The link i gave is actually lil bit slow that i feel and i cannot understand how should i make my video more responsive to the music
I don't know if it's intentional or not, but the flashing black frames are really annoying and gives me a literal headache!
To give the video a "flow" as you call it, it needs to tell a story. At the moment there is no story, just a collection of shots cut to music. If you want to make it "more responsive to the music" might I suggest a better track. Instead of one with a beat you could try a more ethereal one and do dissolves rather than cuts. Whatever genre of music you edit to will give a different feel to the video overall.
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As it was a city tour , i just wanted the new things my city has as a decorations. But could u suggest me how to put a city tour into a story. I mean as a new creator its really difficult to think n plan everything. Just need some tips
Techniques can be taught. Artistic talent and vision has to come from within. If you were to just follow the techniques you're taught, your videos will end up looking like thousands of others that use the same techniques. Video is like any art, take what you know and like and create from there.
Here's a challenge: duplicate your timeline and try to get it down to 2 minutes. It will force you to make some decisions you've avoided. (1:30 if you're brave.) See if you like the flow better after that.