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Here's what I use for my videos...
- Audacity This is a free program that I recently started using for recording and editing the voice track for my videos. This allows me to do things like bass/treble enhancement and noise removal.
- Facerig A program that allows you go map your face and head movements to a 3D (or even 2D) avatar. This is what I used for the "news man" and the desk.
- Handbrake While Facerig outputs .webm files by default, Adobe Premiere won't take them, at least the version I have doesn't. I use this, which is both fast and free, to turn them into .mp4 files.
- Video Blocks This is where I got the looping news studio background. This is an amazing place to get backgrounds, footage and more. Once purchased they can be used in any manner you see fit, including commercial use.
- Gimp for Windows This is my image editor of choice. It's free and multiplatform.
- Adobe Premiere While I use Adobe Premiere Portable 2015 as my preferred video editor, I plan on upgrading when I have the money.
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