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Vlogs are an important part of the content we create and share every day. Imaging approximately 500 hours of video content are uploaded to YouTube every minute, all around the world. Unlike other videos, vlogs are typically recorded with a cellphone or a hand-held camera. They are not as hard to produce as other videos.
But when it comes to editing a vlog, you'll definitely need decent video editing software to put everything together. So, what vlog editing software do vloggers use? And what's the best vlog editing software? You'll find the answers in this round-up.
Best Vlog Editing Software for Windows
- Price: Free
- Compatibility: Windows & MacOS
VideoProc Vlogger is a free vlog editing software newly released by Digiarty Software. This novice-friendly yet powerful non-linear program comes with a rich set of tools to suffice various editing demands. It's a free non-linear video editor with no watermark.
For novices, VideoProc Vlogger is designed with an intuitive and self-explaining interface. Almost everyone can get his/her hand around this vlog video editor despite vlogging experience. The basic features allow you to split and crop video clips, add text and filters, add transitions between shots, add music to the video, etc.
You might already know that the way we design wireframes, prototypes, or flowcharts has been drastically changed. Now, designers look for smart solutions that can help them scale their thinking and collaborate with others on the go. Two of these smart UI design solutions are Wondershare Mockitt and InVision. Therefore, to help you pick an ideal UI/UX design tool, I have drawn a detailed comparison between these two solutions in this post.
Part 1: Wondershare Mockitt: The Major Features
Developed by Wondershare, Mockitt is one of the most user-friendly and resourceful design tools that you can use online on any platform. The basic version of Wondershare Mockitt is available for free and offers some of these features:
- You can access 5000+ design elements and 500+ templates in Mockitt to instantly come up with wireframes, prototypes, mockups, and more.
- Mockitt would let you create high-fidelity prototypes with numerous dynamic and interactive elements.
- It also provides an instant solution to share your projects with others online and collaborate with your team.
- You can assign permissions to your team members, leave comments, and maintain different versions of your projects.
- For a quick handoff, Mockitt projects can be exported in formats like APK, HTML, PNG, or PDF.
Everyone looks for an easy and quick way to perform a process. This is the same case with OST to PST conversion process. Though Outlook has options to convert OST file to PST, it requires a lot of time and effort to perform the entire process successfully. Also, Outlook is futile when it comes to converting an inaccessible or orphaned OST file. That's where a specialized OST to PST converter tool, such as Stellar Converter for OST comes into play. It can convert inaccessible or orphaned OST file into Outlook PST file, easily and quickly.
Stellar Converter for OST - A Brief Look
This OST to PST converter tool can easily convert large sized OST files to PST files without a problem. The software extracts all the offline Outlook data file items, including emails, attachments, contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, journals, etc. and saves them in PST file, maintaining the original integrity.
Stellar Converter for OST works with all versions of Microsoft Outlook, including Microsoft Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000.
It also saves the OST file data in multiple file formats, such as MSG, EML, RTF, HTML, and PDF. This lets you view the OST file in other applications, including a regular web browser, PDF reader, text reader, and more.
The latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z is here, with GPU-Z 2.41.0 including support for AMD's just-about-to-be-released Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card.
GPU-Z 2.41.0 not only supports the new Radeon RX 6600 XT, but we have full support for NVIDIA's crypto-mining CMP HX series cards, RTX Ampere workstation cards, and NVIDIA's recently launched GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop GPU.
AMD's new Radeon PRO W6800 and W6600 workstation cards are also supported by GPU-Z 2.41.0, which also recognizes Windows 11 and will now verify if the graphics card driver is up to scratch when it comes to the WDDM 3.0 standard. Navi GPUs will also now show GPU clocks in the Advanced tab of GPU-Z 2.41.0, with previous versions not showing the Navi GPU clock and just showing 0MHz.
We've all been there... that heart-wrenching moment when something has happened on your PC and you think you've lost it all -- documents, photos, videos, precious files that you thought you'd have forever. Gone in an instant.
Well, not anymore -- not with Stellar Data Recovery.
Stellar Data Recovery is available for both Windows and Mac and easily lets you recover up to 1GB of lost or even deleted data on Windows for free. You can use Stellar Data Recovery to retrieve lost data from a PC, laptop, external HDD, a RAID setup, or USB flash drive.
If it's something more serious and you can't recover it yourself with the help of software, then Stellar Data Recovery goes a step further by letting you send in your data (on your HDD, laptop, etc) with Stellar having InLab services with large facilities that you can send your drive to and then they'll recover your data.
The latest version of GPU-Z is here with GPU-Z 2.39 supporting Intel's new Rocket Lake and their integrated GPUs, AMD's upcoming mobile RDNA 2 chips, NVIDIA's new CMP crypto mining GPUs, and more.
GPU-Z now supports NVIDIA's new GeForce RTX 3050 and GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPUs that are both based on the new GA107 GPU, as well as at least 5 of NVIDIA's new Crypto Mining Processor (CMP) cards and AMD's unreleased mobile RDNA 2-based GPUs.
The new software also supports AMD's just-released highly-binned Navi 21 XTXH GPU, which is powering the range of new uber-high-end custom Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics cards. There's also the usual list of bug fixes as well, which I've got detailed and listed for you below in the GPU-Z 2.39 changelog.
CPU-Z now supports Intel's next-gen Alder Lake CPUs within weeks of the release of the 11th Gen Core "Rocket Lake" CPUs, with the new software also having preliminary support for DDR5 memory.
The new CPU-Z 1.96 release provides preliminary support for Intel's next-gen Alder Lake CPUs and their accompanied Z600 series platform, preliminary support for now-being-tested DDR5 memory, AMD's new Ryzen 7 5700G, 5600G and 5300G APUs that were announced just days ago, and the already-released AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, 6800 (& XT), 6700 XT GPUs.
DDR5 memory between 4800 all the way through to the mind-boggling 8400 MT/s is now supported by CPU-Z, with mere mortals like us not having our hands-on with DDR5 memory. Intel's new Alder Lake platform will be the first to support DDR5 to mainstream users, gamers, and everyone in between -- while AMD will debut DDR5 support with their new Zen 4-based Ryzen 6000 series CPUs in 2022.
The very latest version of Core Temp is here with version 1.17 being the first update of the software in close to 10 months, and the very first update of 2021.
Core Temp 1.17 has support for AMD's Zen 2 and Zen 3 APUs (Lucienne and Cezanne), and Intel's new Rocket Lake processors in the new 11th Gen Core range of processors. Core Temp not only supports Intel's just-released Rocket Lake family of CPUs but the upcoming Alder Lake and even Meteor Lake CPUs coming in the next couple of years from Intel.
There's also a bunch of fixes and a few tweaks here and there with the new version of Core Temp, which you can download here.
We'd prefer HDR 4K and 8K videos for the extremely realistic visual experience. But without exception, many of us are deterred away by the large file size. This is not only a big challenge for our computers and smartphones, but also for online sharing and even for post video editing.
For example, a 5-min 4K 30fps video shot by iPhone takes up 1.75GB (850MB). Obviously, it is impossible to share this video via Facebook Massager or emails like Outlook, Gmail, and Yahoo Mail as it's much larger than the maximum supported size, 25MB. What's worse, with many large videos on your iPhone or laptop, you cannot download one more app and face annoying issues like quit, crash, and freeze.
And that's why we come to solve your problems with VideoProc, an all-in-one desktop program. But in the first place, I think you should know what factors are affecting the video file size.
With the advancement in cloud services, many people and businesses are now using Dropbox and Google Drive because they help them organize work, save or store, and then share data with their work teams.
When you are sharing the data with your team members that have different cloud accounts, you need a platform that could perform this function without losing any data. Well, we have just the app for this problem; it is called Wondershare InClowdz, and it can help you transfer Dropbox to Google Drive, transfer Google Drive to Dropbox, and sync Dropbox to Google Drive in just a few steps.
How to transfer Dropbox to Google Drive
Step 1: The first and foremost thing you have to do is download and install the Wondershare InClowdz software on your desktop or PC. After that, log in to your account or create one.