Why feel bitter when my recommendation don’t work? Why not offer an alternative and better solution?
6.30am The search continues for a free 32-bit video editing software.
In other words, find a free video editing software that works on older or lower spec computers.
My recommendation with Davinci Resolve does not install on everyone’s device.
Here’s one I must test personally… VLC Movie Creator… or VLMC for short.
Ok, I cannot find the download link. It says “Note that VLMC is still under development and therefore not ready for beta testing or production yet.”
Nearly every PC nowadays has a 64-bit processor now, so why should you care about the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems?
That does not mean everybody owns a new PC.
Let’s list out all the free and open source video editing software that may still have the 32-bit version.
- Pitivi – It says Pitivi 1.0 is coming… still beta testing
- OpenShot – looks promising with animated titles and audio waveform… latest only for 64-bit
- Avidemux – looks outdated… might as well use Windows Movie Maker
- VideoPad Video Editor – looks promising… installed and tested but asked me to buy when exporting… free? installed again via an obscure link and this time I can certify I am a non-commercial home user… it works!Here’s the obscure free download link…
- VSDC Free Video Editor – Windows only
More free, but 64-bit…
- OpenShot – looks promising with animated titles and audio waveform… latest only 64-bit
- Shotcut – 64-bit Windows 7 – 10, Apple OS X 10.8 – 10.10, or 64-bit Linux
Other more professional free video editing software… but with steep learning curve
- Blender – part of 3D modelling and animation software
- Hitfilm Express
- Davinci Resolve Lite
Online Free Video Editing Software
- YouTube – just basic no-frill edits
So the likely contender is VideoPad.
ADSENSE POLICIES UPDATE
12pm: Watched Adsense Livestream: Learn about Adsense Policies. Taken notes…
- Don’t click on your own ads. Don’t even ask others to click.
- Think like the user. Provide useful, interesting, value-added, and easy-to-find content.
- Keep content family-safe and legal. Content is not good if you don’t wnt a child or grandparent to see it. Respect copyrights.
- Maximise content, not ads per page. Create new, interesting, relevant content. Update regularly.
- Avoid deceptive layouts. Don’t place ads near images for accidental clicks. Keep ads away from games, slideshows, and other click-heavy content.
- Don’t duplicate content. Create unique content.
- Track your traffic. Traffic should be organic.
- Prevent invalid click activity. Avoid Artificial clicks.
- Don’t modify Adsense code.
- Ads on dynamic content. Chats, instant messaging, auto-refreshing content.
- Sexual content.
- Deceptive layouts. Ads near navigation buttons.
- Unnatural attention.
- Mislabelling. “Resource Links” not allowed. OK if the label says “Advertisements” or ” Sponsored Links”.
- Copyrighted material.
- Explicit text.
- Violent content.
- Thank you, Exit, Login or Error Pages. Ads are not allowed on non-content pages.
Apply mobile first strategy. More searches come from mobile.
3pm: Sharpened skills on video editing using Davinci Resolve 12.5 for beginners – Got the hang of it.
4pm: Converted an MP4 to ISO for a Fiverr Gig.
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