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- 2,200 Total views
- Jan 27, 2022
Details of working with AutoCut
AutoCut is a French company and one that I reached out to. Unlike all other sponsorships or partnerships I’ve taken up, I requested only a key. Editing videos is something that can take a lot of time. TroubleChute consists of mainly screen recordings and tons of jump cuts while I’m waiting for software, Windows, my internet, and many other variables. Creating thousands of jump cuts literally through an hour-long recording session can be incredibly painful, to say the least. That’s where jump cut software comes in. External FFMPEG-based jump-cutting software can trim down a video, but I want to keep everything within Premiere Pro if possible.
Premiere Pro is my tool of choice for video editing. Some plugins do something similar, as far as I understand, but AutoCut seems to do it the best. The only issue is $94/year or $199 for a lifetime key.
I saw the tutorials/videos on the AutoCut website and reached out to hopefully create a more in-depth and up-to-date guide, though I don’t think it was featured on the official AutoCut website. If you’re reading this, you’re welcome to embed it wherever!
I do think there is a language barrier, or at least it was when communicating, but the process was mostly smooth, and a great tutorial video came out of it. I’m still a happy user of this plugin to this day.
While the video is incredibly niche, the number of views is good, and likely the conversion rate too. Showing a powerful tool in action in such a niche place is a good way of converting viewers to customers - Especially if you find the niche program you’re looking for.