When I have a clip in descript and when I make a cut. Then I move the next bit in the frame the first clip seems to be linked and it moves to where I moved the other clip to. How can I unlink the 2 clips so that I can move the other without affecting the first clip? (I have spent about an hour trying to work without any luck!) I want to move the person on the right to the left that is green-screened to the left on the next clip.
@Stephen G. Pope Thanks Stephen, if anyone can help here is a quick loom explaining this question in more detail. I have another question at the end as well if you can please help! https://www.loom.com/share/2b399f596e7a454bae787c9662da3780
Hey everyone! For some reason, crafting a single message through my channels and focusing on one niche has been scary and hard 🤷♂️. I just started the Traffic & Sales course and looking for any feedback on my LinkedIn bio and tagline. I appreciate any thoughts, thanks! Current Tagline: I teach professionals how to OWN their on camera presence with modern tools & classic filmmaking techniques without getting overwhelmed. Creating software demos for busy Saas founders Bio: Struggling to create virtual presentations & demos that drives sales? I help SaaS companies create engaging software demos that not only tell their story but also guide users in utilizing their products. 🚀 Amplify your audience reach 🎬 Streamline video content creation 💰 Boost sales with your videos Gone are the days of wrestling with video production complexities. I've combined efficient systems with AI tools that allow me to share daily video content across various platforms. As a seasoned commercial cinematographer, I've fused my 15 years of experience with software & AI passion. From 1:1 consultations to turnkey video campaigns, I collaborate with SaaS founders and teams, producing premium demos tailored to your marketing and sales strategies. Ready to enhance your virtual presentations and demos? Join the Human Creatives Insights https://www.humancreatives.ai/newsletter
@Stephen G. Pope Yes correct, if you are trying to connect 1,000 people to the internet it becomes much more difficult. Keeping in mind scammers, viruses and denial of service attacks are a few of the things that target companies' networks these days.
This podcast has given me some really good idea's from a couple who has mastered the hook on Tiktoc. They are now making over 7 figures in the music industry from nothing on the marketing they have put together. If you haven't got someone in the first 2 seconds you have lost them! Some really great take always from this and I thought someone would benefit from the share: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5tZWdhcGhvbmUuZm0vSFMyMzAwMTg0NjQ1/episode/YTE4ZDg0ODYtMzczYS0xMWVlLTg2NjMtMWIyZjNhNDkwMDFl?ep=14
If you are like me and have a hard time writing clear and concise scripts. I suggest trying to use this prompt in chat GPT: Can you please simplify this and make this clear? "PUT YOUR CURRENT SCIPT IN QUOTATION MARKS" Here is an example of my script: I still see people not taking into account lead times for hardware, meaning that hardware that ends up being used can sometimes not be best fit for cost because they need to buy what is available in stock. Please come to me early, and can include you in a monthly news letter that I will include current promotions and lead times. Please send me an email or direct message with the email you would like to sign up to it. Here is the output of Chat GPT: Are you aiming to deliver your customers' projects on time and within budget? I've noticed that some people overlook lead times for hardware, which can lead to using less cost-effective options because they have to buy what's readily available. To avoid this, reach out to me early in the process. I'll keep you informed through a monthly newsletter that includes current promotions and lead times. Please send me an email or direct message with the email address you'd like to use for signing up.
Hi everyone I am new to the community. Working on my POV and first scripts for videos today. I sell B2B and mostly build a network on Linked In. Any feedback on my current high-level POV? (I sell wireless and products that connect businesses to the internet.)
@Jude Young thank you for taking the time to give such thorough feedback. Some of my markets is technical architects so some will get it and it will go over other's heads. It is a fine balance. You are correct in saying that I am selling through a middle man, however, I don't have any option regarding selling to end customers. I work for a large distributor; our customers are telcos, IT Resellers and big-box resellers. They all sell to their own customers, this does make it hard to craft a message because I am helping them sell the product to their customers. It is a challenge because we have many stakeholders involved in these deals. I think I can still work on clarifying my target audience a bit more. Thank you again! :) Awesome to cross paths with another kiwi!