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I Am Starting A Video Editing Service

I've been unemployed for 5 years because of autism. I came across an article on Facebook about a guy who started his own business after no one would hire him. I started thinking about what if this is the reality for people with disabilities? Employers really don't wanna hire disabled people.  I thought to myself I am improving my editing skills over time and I am getting skilled with Wondershare Filmora. I edit for my YouTube channel. I have a planner I can mark on my planner when the person needs their video. I even had 2 additional editors depending on what I am dealing with Editing my own videos alone is helping me build my skills and experience.
I thought why not start a video editing service.
Computer, Macbook, Tablet, Editing, Picture, Lightroom

My rates start at 5 dollars. It will be between 5-25 dollars. It will depend on how much work your video requires. It won't be 5 dollars per minute. Let's say your videos don't require too much the total will be 5 dollars or even less. I will talk a final price with you after I know what your video calls for.
Some people get busy and can't find time to edit their videos. That's why I am here. During exams for students. They wanna focus on school but don't want their YT channel inactive for so long.

Therefore, I will talk about prices after I know what your video will require. Payment will be via PayPal. I will require payment first to avoid being scammed.

I strongly suggest you put everything you want in your video in a ZIP file. That way you can easily send it to me via email. Check out my YT channel. You can see the videos that I've done so far. If you do not know how to make ZIP files you can look up tutorials on YouTube to help you. The reason I ask this is sending everything in one file will be easier than uploading every piece of videos, music, etc that you want in your video.

I will email you the completed video.  The time I take depends on how long the video will take to edit. Make sure you tell me when you need the video so I can plan accordingly. To avoid overloading I will open 4 slots at a time. If I finish a video and sent it to the client that opens one slot and the next person in line can take it.

Fill free to ask any questions you may have. My email is


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