How to Make a Motivational Mind Movie

As families inside our country and worldwide experience tumultuous times, I strongly believe that maintaining an optimistic attitude is among the most truly effective methods to weather the storm. Regardless of one’s exterior circumstances, joy originates from within.

For me, it is very important to celebrate whatever blessings I’m fortunate to possess EVERY DAY SINGLE DAY, NOT JUST DURING THE HOLIDAYS.

24-7-365.

I cherish sets from the lovable doggies which make me laugh to the snuggly blanket that warms me through the cool nights, to the incredible career opportunities afforded me by internet video production.

In a spirit of sharing the holiday season with you nonton LK21 online , I present our motivational mind movie. I produced, wrote, and edited this video based the philosophies I allow us over the years to helps me maintain joy and inner peace. Even when the sky is falling! (Some days are a lot better than others.)

This video is a holiday gift to you, there’s nothing promotional about it. Have a break, relax and let this video raise your spirits like it does mine! Then, read the step-by-step guide I created to assist you produce a motivational mind movie of your own. A link to the video is in the bottom of the article.

To create this motivational movie, I first wrote the script, expressing myself with colorful words written in a concise, logical progression. I usually write at the least two or three versions of a script until I’m satisfied. My favorite writing motto is; “I’m certainly not an excellent writer but I’m an excellent re-writer.”

I then opened Final Cut Video Editing software and created a new project.

I recorded my voice track into that project with a portable microphone plugged directly into my computer. I work with a special cable that has an XLR audio connection on a single end and a USB connection on the other. I plug the XLR connection to the microphone and the USB to the Mac Pro computer by Apple. I’m in a position to record the audio directly into my video editing software, Final Cut. I actually do not need another audio program.

Once I had a voice recording that I liked, I selected some music that captured the tone I needed the video to convey. I used a cut of royalty free music from the Music Bakery.com, among the best places to purchase royalty free music.

Then I scoured iStock photo to get some video that I felt visualized the emotions and words of the script. I downloaded the shots, renamed them something logical and put them into my Final Cut Project.

Then it was time to assemble the video. Used to do the audio portion first.

In my timeline, I mixed the voice track with the music. Each audio track fills up its own line in the timeline. I brought the levels of the music up and down to be able to not drown out the voice. I mixed it until I considered the audio done. To the video.

I wanted to layer numerous video elements together with each other. First, I selected an attractive background out of Live Type, a program that comes bundled with Final Cut. The backdrop I selected reminds me of a visual rendition of the divine. It’s high energy and strong.

I then started placing my shots from istock together with this background. Each video clip requires another video line in my own time line. I place the shots so as, left to right in the timeline. I put them in a logical and visually appealing progression and match the language when appropriate. I try to match the tempo of the music.

I added keyframe animation to be able to make the video shots move and grow. I also added drop shadows and some borders to the shots with both feathering and the border filter (bevel option.)

I mixed, fiddled and played. I can get a bit fastidious when editing video!

Once the obsessive-compulsive artiste in me felt pleased with how everything looked, moved and sounded, I exported my finished movie as an MPEG4 file format set to default specifications. I’m able to do this compression and conversion in my own Final Cut software, I actually do not need separate digital video conversion software. That’s among the things I love about working together with an even more sophisticated video editing software program. It performs every function you need.

I take advantage of MPEG4 for my final version because it provides really small file, much smaller than the usual Quick Time file. Quicktime looks a lot better, but MPEG is small and since this is a web video, small rules at this stage of the game. The video files I downloaded off istock were in quicktime format but that has been for the editing stage. This is now to upload stage.

I upload the MPEG 4 video file to You Tube and other video sharing sites. I then use the embed code to show the video on my blog, video production tips dot com.

I hope you enjoy watching this special video and learning about how I made it. Why don’t you make one on your own in the same way? Watch it every single day and tell friends. They’ll appreciate the boost and you will too!