I definitely need to hire a web designer and video editor, but first I need to figure out how to make content creation consistently profitable.
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I love doing content, but like a single podcast episode takes me around 2 days to edit. Pretty taxing on top of having multiple day jobs.

Nov 27, 2021 · 11:15 PM UTC

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Replying to @MalwareTechBlog
Have you tried @DescriptApp for editing?
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"5 people being angry about everyone misreporting the infosec news" is the best podcast series ever, I hope you find out how to make it profitable
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If you're up for it, I'm down to try and edit some? I've been thinking about actually trying to start editing as a job, and don't really have a portfolio, so if you're open to it I'd do it for free for a bit (so long as the quality was what you wanted of course)
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Are you able to do audio + video? Could do a one episode trial or something.
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Damn why's it taking so long, are you chopping bits of audio up or something?
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I'm just bad at it. It's audio + video so camera switching + audio editing.
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We invested in a setup that allows for live video and audio mixing so a podcast episode is finished right after recording. Depends on your format offcourse, but we also experienced the 2 days so the businesscase was easy.
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Would still need someone to run that setup though
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You might look into joining a podcast network that could provide editors and such, with your expertise I am sure they would be excited to bring you on.
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One thing I see people do when doing a podcast is to (when possible) upload clips from it to fill the gap between episodes so the channel stays active (or have a separate channel for them).