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How to Create a Superb Video in Just a Few Minutes with FlexClip Online Video Editing Tool

Have you forgotten to make a presentation video before in your business meeting? Or do you want to quickly create a video of the exciting holiday photos and share it with your friends quickly?

Whatever the reason, when you want to create a video in a hurry that does not need advanced editing skills, then you should try this online video editing tool I’m going to be talking about in a bit. It is called FLEXCLIP online video editing tool.

How Does FlexClip Online Video Editor Works?

FLEXCLIP online video editor
FLEXCLIP online video editor tops the list of online free video editing tools. You can’t get anything better for nothing out there.

In this post, we are going to discuss how to create a superb video in just a few minutes with FlexClip online video editing tool.

FlexClip is a very easy free video maker for beginners, in which you can create professional-looking videos in just a few seconds, whether it’s a promo video for your business advertorial, a tutorial video for your product, or a lifestyle video – FlexClip online video editor get you covered.

In FlexClip’s video editor, you can cut or split your videos into the desirable clips. To take your video to the next level, you can add background music, edit text, record voiceover, and upload your logo and watermark to your video.

FlexClip video editor in use for Olawale Daniel video.
FlexClip video editor is free tool for creating professional videos online and Olawale Daniel just used it to create a documentary.

With only a few steps, you can create a far more dynamic video.

  1. Visit and sign up with your email or connect with Facebook. The registration is free and quick.
  2. After signed up and logged into your account, you can start to create a project. Click on Create New button on this page, and you will enter the editing page.
Click on Create new button to start making free online video using FlexClip
To create a new project, click on “Create New” button as outlined in the picture to start making a free online video using FlexClip.
  1. Upload your own videos or photos to the video editor. FlexClip features an intuitive and simple storyboard where you can easily manage the elements.
  2. Customize your video to meet your purposes. Add text, record voiceover, or upload background music to touch up the video.
  3. Preview and download your final video in high-definition quality for free. To preview the video, click the Preview button at the top. If you like the video, you can download it on your PC. You have options to download the video in MP4 format and choose the quality from 480p, 720p, and 1080p.
FlexClip allow you to export videos without watermark
FlexClip online video editor allows you to export videos without adding any form of watermark on it except your own watermark. It is totally free. I don’t know if they are going to add a paid version in the future, but I still think this whole features might still be available for free in the future.

Highlighted Features of FlexClip Online Video Editor:

  • A straightforward and clean storyboard to easily control your video clips and photos.
  • It is completely free.
  • Choose from a wide range of high-resolution photos, video footages, and music.
  • A clean storyboard allows everyone to trim video, insert text, add music, record voiceover with a few clicks.
  • Export videos in different aspect ratios and resolutions including 1080p, 720p, and 480p.
  • You can upload various videos and images from the local computer. The videos formats include MP4, MOV, WEBM, and M4V, etc. and the image formats include JPG, PNG, SVG, BMP, and GIF, etc.
  • One-click to trim or split your video to get the desirable parts you want.
  • Combine or merge multiple videos and photos in one single professional video.
  • Built with many text animations. You can add text or upload logo and then quickly edit text colors, fonts, sizes, etc.
  • Powerful voice recording tool allows you to record your own voice over the video.
  • Upload favorite background music or audio to match your video.

It would be much appreciated if you could try out the software and also share it with your friend to them create marketing videos and family stories effortlessly.

FlexClip is a new powerful video maker to develop quality videos for any purpose. Try it out here:


FlexClip online video editing tool is a very easy free video maker for beginners, as you and I, for creating professional-looking and high definition videos in just a few seconds. No need to download and install any additional software, you can use FlexClip online video editor directly in your browser online. If you want to make a good-quality video in a very short time, the tool is of great interest to you. Even if you don’t have previous video editing knowledge or experience, you can handle it quickly.


Digital Voice Recorder vs Smartphone Recording: Pros and Cons

The smartphone is perhaps one of the most heavily used devices in recent years, probably for the fact that you can practically accomplish anything using the phone. You can listen to your favorite songs using music apps, set appointments using calendars, and even record audio. For the latter, we will look into how smartphone recording stacks up with a digital voice recorder.

If you’re into sound recording, you probably know that both smartphones and digital voice recorders can do the job of capturing sounds and storing them in specific file formats for easier storage and distribution. In the case of voice recorders, you need to check which device or model will suit your needs.

A Brief Background on Smartphones for Voice Recording

Did you know that the number of mobile phone users in the world is expected to surpass the five billion mark by 2019? This only shows just how much mobile phones have become extremely significant to a lot of people. The convenience that it brings has transcended to several types of media, and has made its way to audio and voice recording.

Smartphone Voice Recording

For someone who doesn’t use voice recording as part of their jobs, the built-in sound recorder in most smartphones may already be enough. But what about situations that require high-quality recordings? Can smartphones deliver, or should we opt for digital voice recorders?

What does a digital voice recorder do?

A voice recorder captures sound and converts it into an audio file that can be easily transferred (preferably through a USB cable or any similar accessory) to another device like a laptop or computer.

People who have voice recorders may use them for various reasons:

  • To record lectures or seminars. Not everyone has such a photographic memory. Therefore, some students bring a voice recorder to take note of the professor’s lecture or talk.
  • To record interviews. Journalists may find this device extremely helpful, particularly to ensure that they are able to note the exact words that their interviewees have said.
  • To record the last words of a dying relative. It may be unusual to do this, but some people find it comforting to keep an audio memento of relatives who have gone ahead of them.
  • For transcription purposes. Doctors dictate the condition of patients to nurses, who in turn are supposed to write the details on the patient’s records.
  • As legal evidence. In any kind of court proceedings, it is important to present any kind of evidence that both parties can provide. A recorded audio clip can be a determining factor for the jury. The same can be said about preparing a last will and testament.
  • For capturing thoughts and ideas. For writers and bloggers, the voice recorder can help capture ideas as they go on their everyday lives. Instead of writing whatever comes to their minds, clicking on the video recorder makes it easier for them to express their thoughts and record a random idea.
  • For fun. Some people may use the voice recorder for fun like scaring others or setting up a prank.
  • For making personal audio files. If you are an aspiring singer and you want to hear how you sing, having a voice recorder can help you determine which part of the song you need to improve the way you sing. The same goes for budding public speakers who want to evaluate their verbal nuances, mannerisms, and grammar issues.

Comparison on Smartphone Recording VS. Dedicated Digital Voice Recorder

Most smartphones have a built-in voice recorder app that you can use anytime. However, if you are a heavy user of voice recording for your tasks, would you opt to just use your smartphone or would you rather buy a digital voice recorder?

Here are some points that will help you decide on whether to stick to your smartphone or to use a dedicated digital voice recorder.

Recording capability

Although a smartphone enables you to perform several tasks in just a few clicks – including a built-in voice recorder – it has limited recording capabilities compared to a dedicated digital voice recorder.

For starters, a digital voice recorder has the ability to capture superior quality audio files. Although it may affect the recording time or space needed to store the file, it ensures that you have a better audio file compared to just recording using a smartphone. In other words, a digital voice recorder has significantly better sound quality than a smartphone recording.

Internal memory

Some smartphones will only allow you to record short audio files due to a limited internal memory. As for digital voice recorders, depending on the brand, they usually have more storage for audio files.

Sure, some of the latest smartphone models already come with higher storage capacity (reaching even up to 256 GB). However, storing a huge library of sound files may cause the phone to lag and even freeze in some instances. That’s because the smartphone still has to perform other tasks alongside file storage and playback.

Audio quality improvement

A digital voice recorder has the functionality to edit audio files. Some digital voice recorders have the ability to mute ambient sound, therefore producing better a quality audio file. This feature isn’t present in smartphones recording.


Smartphones vary in prices the same way as voice recorders do. It’s difficult to compare smartphones and digital voice recorders in terms of price. Bottom line, more features in a device usually translates to a higher price tag.

Battery life

Your smartphone may have a battery life of up to 48 hours, the same as some digital voice recorders. However, your phone’s battery power is dependent on how often you use it. On any given day, your smartphone will probably be running a few apps, all of which can drain the battery gradually – and that doesn’t include the actual voice recording yet!

With the digital voice recorder, the battery gets used up only when it is used for recording or playback.

The choice between using a smartphone or a dedicated digital voice recorder ultimately depends on the user. If a voice recorder is frequently needed to comply with a requirement for a job or any task, then purchasing a digital voice recorder should be the best option. However, if sound quality doesn’t matter as much as convenience (of bringing only one device to perform several functions that include sound recording), then having a smartphone will be enough.


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Mr DIY series to debuts on TechAtLast in January (EXTENDED)


The date for this series has been shifted to last Monday of this month due to unavailability of the person who will handle the show.

All caps raised up to the newly introduced TechAtLast Tech Guide – MR DIY!

You asked for the TechAtLast “MR DIY” live digital issues fixation session; an audio and video screencast sessions, that will reveal what went wrong, where it went wrong, proof that it did went wrong, how it happened, and how to fix them along with a step-by-step write up to complement the process.

Glory be to God, today we are debuting MR DIY, or simply put “Mr. Do It Yourself”. Your host is your very own, Olawale Daniel, and he’ll be supported by Tomiwa Awoyera in the technical department (one of our intern). Not only that, we will be launching our official TechAtLast media podcast channel towards the end of December, 2014.

That means, starting from January, you’ll be airing us live via the new and first ever TechAtLast media podcast channel; we’ll be featuring experts interviews, news, reports, and major fixes to common tech glitches (with reverence to resources from our Mr. DIY series), along with complementary weekend review of what’s going on all across Africa and the rest of the world in the digital world.

The podcast session is going to be rendered in three different digital format; video, audio and text. We want to make it more compelling, informative, and user-friendly (with ease of access to every readers). It is because you’re in our mind when the idea was conceived, and we will make sure that you will be the cornerstone of its success story. This is why we present different format for your enjoyment.

The first episode will start first week of January and subsequent ones will follow after, airing every Monday of the week. This is part of TechAtLast transitioning into a world-class technology contents service provider, offering fixes to all your tech trouble and challenges with our in-house editorial team ready to help, every Monday of the week.

Stay subscribed to be the first to know when we release the first edition of “Mr DIY”!


Mr. DIY (Mr. Do It Yourself)

Mr. DIY is a user or reader-defined two-ways information dissemination program. All our users are encouraged to submit particular questions that they needed an answer to through our submission page (more information about this soon). Our technical team will manually select questions to be treated by our anchor every week. All answers will be published every Monday through our official Youtube channel (more on that soon) and embedded here on TechAtLast with links.

Our focal points are: Videos Tutorials, Tips and Tricks, How Tos, Fixes, major fixes to common tech glitches and everything-technical.

Update! Click here to submit your questions.

TechAtLast Media Podcast

On this video, audio and text podcast, we’ll be featuring interviews from expert in the tech ecosystem, trending news, custom reports and analysis coupled with futuristic inventions, hangout and news.

Our focal points are: technological inventions, discoveries, futuristic design and concepts, events, analysis, and interviews etc.

Podcast Host: Your host will be Olukunle Moses, the editor-in-chief for TechAtLast News portal, and he will be supported by host of other TechAtLast members to be announced any moment soon.

NB: We have great plans in the pipeline to introduce two new powerful features to TechAtLast, but they are still in the ideation stage. We’ll keep you posted as they unfold.


Free live webinar: Learn the Strategies and Techniques used to build Smart, Connected Products

The Internet of Things is evolving and only few folks observe that it has existed for decades. Room5 is one among the frontline firms that have been operating and strongly believed in the Internet of Things idea since its inception. As IoT expert, Room5 is a trustworthy and reliable source for information in this aspect and will be sharing their knowledge with you during a free webinar that will be taking place this October; the 21 and the 23rd respectively (read on to know more).

Everyone is talking about the Internet of Things. In my own opinion, not everyone has an idea of what they could be getting from having a profound knowledge of how it works and what they could be benefiting from availing the opportunity. From the market perspective to how it will impact users’ lives, there’s already a strong trend going in the IoT industry. Getting a useful, helpful, yet practical advice with guidelines for building smart, connected products seems to be the challenge for almost everyone trying to create stuffs for the internet. From starting the project, to choosing the right infrastructure and framing it to work as envisioned, and delivering such a wonderful product to the end users, with your praises on their lips even after they might have paid you awesomely for the product, should be your next focus.

In making this happen, there’s going to be a webinar featuring top industry experts with hands-on knowledge on how to make your Internet of Things project a BOOM-like experience!

Wondering how you can get a hold-me-by-the-hand kind of information that will yields good results?

Think less of that! You will get more than that.

Why building a smart and connected solutions?

Smart, connected solutions is the next rave because people nowadays prefers to do less while getting more done within a shortest possible time, and what they need in such a scenario is smart and connected systems of computers; simplifying the whole process, taking away the risk of outages and irregularities.

For one to be able to effectively create a solution in this field, the fellow need to have at least the underlisted technical disciplines, that were not previously in high demand, such as;

  1. Mobile Application Development
  2. Firmware Development
  3. Software and Hardware Security
  4. Power Management
  5. Cloud Architecture
  6. Technical Program Management
  7. Computer Hardware and Software Testing
  8. Technical Project Management
  9. Human Centered Software Design

For you to be a success in this field, a strong approach that takes emerging challenges and winning stratagems into consideration is highly needed.

Room5 is a leading firm in the aspect of building smart, connected products for the IoTs with their engineers building real and existing products for some of existing customers such Intel, BMW, Sony Ericsson, and Samsung on regular basis.

Have you been thinking of knowing some of the best practices in use for building smart and connected devices?

You are covered because in this 30-minute technically-inclined online call, Eric Ljung, the Room5’s senior development director, will be taking you through some of these processes. At least, after the program, you will be armed with valid details about the complexities and challenges that you may likely come across when building smart, connected products and how to deal with them.

About the Internet of Things webinar host; Eric Ljung

Eric has been in the fold for a long time; with 20 years of experience in virtually all the technologies that summed up the Internet of Things, you can bet on the kind of knowledge you will be taking home.

To be partaker of the call, register for this free webinar.

The Internet of Things webinar will go live on Tuesday October 21st, with a replay webinar Thursday October 23rd, titled: “Learn the Strategies and Techniques used to Build Smart, Connected Products.

Waiting to see you there.