7 Cool tools for vlogging

Music

1. Youtube’s music library has a vast array of music and clips to choose from. Many of thoseon offer are free
and some ad supported, which means there are adverts in exchange for the use of a song. https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/musicYoung girl with a cameria taking a picture

 2. Moby Gratis is a great place to visit for free music. With stacks of different genres and music styles, there’s lots to choose from. http://www.mobygratis.com/film-music.html

3. Free Music archive does exactly what it says on the tin! http://freemusicarchive.org/curator/Video/

Video Editing

4. Vlogit is the one-stop shop for all things video editing. It provides music, special effects, sounds and you can easily upload it to sites and social media channels https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wondershare.vlogit&hl=en_GB

5. Splice is another free app, which can be used on your phone or desktop. Lots of cool special effects and easy to use. https://splice.com/

6. Magisto this online video editor also has a mobile app for automated video editing and production https://www.magisto.com/

Teenage girl taking a selfieSound

7. Audacity alongside speaking loudly and clearly, you can also use this sound enhancing app to improve the clarity and quality of your sound https://www.audacityteam.org/

Of course, you don’t have to use any of the above programmes or apps. You can create a fantastic vlog with just yourself and your camera/phone/tablet, just remember to speak clearly and follow our simple tips on our infographic.

The above tips include links to external websites/applications. United Utilities does not take responsibility for the content of these external sites or any damages arising from their use.

 

The art of vlogging

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your vlog, read our quick-start guide from our partners, Gibber, on the art of vlogging (PDF 220 KB opens in a new window)