I've found some great advice on recording software, microphones etc. to create math videos with screen captured audio from my iPad showing my writing and audio so I can record and explanation.
I would like to have some software to edit these videos a little bit. I think they could benefit from:
- Cutting out bits that have little audio or screen action.
- Fast forwarding the video while keeping the audio at normal speed (then removing some of the dead spaces to compensate.)
- Basic titles.
- a little public domain music.
- easy way to add on screen text, and still images to enrich the problems.
Most of the video editor reviews seem to center on live footage and that's not what I have. I remember from when I was much more interested in video about 10 years ago that speeding up footage could take forever-- but it must be better now? And my footage is very simple visually so it should compress better?
Are there any programs that are much better than say iMovie or some other basic editor for this purpose?
What about programs that organize clips? Helper applications?
I recently discovered GeoGebra and I've been using it for all kinds of graphics for my videos.