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  1. Member
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    Hey guys, how you all doing. I am a more mature person with some physical handicaps and especially now with my Psoriatic Arthritis and swollen fingers joints and one bad shoulder, I have to now seek ways to automate and make online work easier for me now. Enjoy your younger days guys, do not take it for granted!

    I have purchased quite a few Apps and softwares for 'easy video creation' but they all developed some problem or the other and their tech support which is sometimes non-existant just meant lost money and efforts. And even those Apps for which I got support, they could not fix the problem.

    I would like to find an easy to use option which will allow me to input some text and images in sequence with some background music and a voiceover, that's it, then I can upload to Youtube. Can any of you guys recommend some options which I can try out please? I would prefer to purchase a software for this than a monthly subscription since I don't know how often I will need to create videos, thanks guys, blessings all.
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  2. Tell us which apps you tried. What OS are you using? What level of expertise are you? Beginner at editing? Exactly what part of your editing is giving you issues. You ask for automated help but that is not going to happen. There are no apps that will do what you want automatically.
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    I had purchased Tubedominator, Arrow Video Maker, WP Video Machine and demo-ed other ones on the net and closest one I have found which makes it easy for me is VideoGen but I have to take a subscription to use it's PRO features.

    I use Windows 10 and am a beginner at editing. Problem for me with editing is manipulating like 'timelines' which -involves myself having to use my fingers too much to keep adjusting this, that and the other thing. VideoGen I could deal with which is to create slides by adding some text and selecting an image, select music and voiceover and that's it so not many steps for my fingers but again, requires subscription.

    I don't need professional videos, just need to create a few videos for 'Home Services' like different computer repairs.
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  4. Looks like you will have to do, which ever is the easiest for you and to the best of your ability. Best wishes and good luck.
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    Is there anyone in your midst that can assist you? Maybe you could tell them what you want to do and sit alongside them as they work.
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    Nah, no one here physically to help. it's alright guys, some workable option for me should be out there, just got to find it.
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