We know that everyone has their own style of video creation because we’ve already seen your different audio & visual setups. But for this discussion, we’d love to know which software you are using to pull it all together?
Which editing software do you use and why do you use it?
I'm using vn editor on my Ipad . It's free and easy to use video editor , as I'm making educational treading information video so I don't need any high level editing or cinematic shoot .
VN VIDEO EDITOR is enough for me fast and simple
Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing because it provides a lot of flexibility and customization tools, Bandicam for screen recording (I had a license so I am going with it), and Adobe Audition for audio recording and editing (I know just enough to get good editing results and it comes with the Adobe Suite that I know a bit about from my college days).
I use NCH. DebutVideoCapture for recording, Photopad for photo editing, Wavepad for sound editing and Videopad for video editing. I find them all very user friendly, not that expensive and they do exactly what I require of them. It has excellent functionality across all their software. It seems a lot of instructors use Camtasia. Never tried it. Might do one day but at the moment, I am very satisfied with the NCH packages.
Adobe Premiere Pro. It is a little difficult as it has a lot more features but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy. Recommend taking a Premiere Pro course on Udemy, I took Phil's.
For images, use Adobe express, comes with the Adobe subscription, or Canva.
Camtasia, and then upload it to Auphonic to ensure that the audio is at a consistent level.
If you have problems with sound levels between videos, please look at Auphonic, which just solves those problems for me.