Now that I’ve spent several months traveling in and living in a recreational vehicle I have a perspective that I think, when combined with my experience on the video production front, might prove useful to others. Especially those who also live in an RV and Vlog or work on video projects of their own.
As Producer for the upcoming movie RV Nomads I plan on putting up a series of these kinds of posts and I hope you find them useful. As always, if you have questions please feel free to post them below in the comments section and I’ll do my best to address them.
Before we get into the guts of today’s three epic tips, let me say this is by no means a one-size-fits all set of solutions. Different methods, software and scenarios may be more fitting for different uses and purposes. And different budgets. Additionally, this is not what I assert is the answer to some of the most commonly asked questions. These are simply what I have found over the years to be the best solutions for me personally and professionally.
The three topics I want to cover today are three that I have been asked about by multiple full time RV vloggers in the past two weeks. They include:
- How do you keep track of your media and what is the best method of storage?
- My computer is freezing up while rendering and I’m trying to figure out what’s wrong. Any advice?
- What’s the best editing software and what are the best formats to work with?