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Editing Videos is once a job only for professionals. In this video, we will introduce the best video editor software for Mac to help any non-professionals create stunning movies in minutes.
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With an easy and powerful video editing software, we can all make Hollywood-like movies like professionals. In this video, we will introduce the best video editor you can rely on to easily edit your home movies or Youtube uploads. Download a Free trial version by visit:…

Specially designed for non editors without video making skills, Filmora has a intuitive interface which involves the least learning curve possible, allowing anyone to edit movies like a pro in minutes. Key features at a glance:

Basic Editing Functionality:
1. Edit Video&Photo: you can split, trim, join, crop, compress, flip, adjust speed/hue and more
2. Edit Audio: Fading-in/out, adjust speed, cut, join and more

Advanced Editing Functionality:
1. Apply multi-screen effect, Green Screen effect, PIP, Overlays and Filters, etc.

Trendy Resource Library:
1. Over a hundred of Animated Text and intro effects
2. Trendy Filter, transition, Overlays, motion elements
3. Hand-picked copyrighted music resources

Q: Does this program work for my Mac computer?
A: Currently Filmora Video Editor(previously known as Wondershare Video Editor) only Windows version. If you are using a Mac computer, check this one instead:…

Q: My videos are shot by my iPhone/android, will Filmora allow me to edit them?
A: Filmora supports a wide range of video formats, covering videos shot by any digital camera, camcorder, smartphones. Formats like .mov, .mp4, .flv, 3GP and more are perfectly compatible. Check a detailed Tech Spec here:…

Q: What’s the difference between Filmora and Wondershare video Editor?
A: Filmora is a video Editor program, previously known as Wondershare Video Editor. We kept all the functionality of the previous version but added many more new and exciting features, resources in Filmora. So it’s an upgrade version of wondershare Video Editor(check this guide to learn more about the differences: If you are a customer of Wondershare Video Editor, you can upgrade to Filmora for free.

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Sarantos is on quite a unique journey. There are many around the world that are trapped in the reality of their lives. They are not happy. Maybe they always wanted to be a rock star, a movie star, an elite athlete or run their own business. Everyone has a dream. If one is human, one dreams.

Sarantos has a simple goal with the release of this new music video. Sarantos wants fans worldwide to watch and understand that there is a sense of happiness and realism to the video. There is no secret hidden behind his brown eyes. The eyes are the window to the soul. There is an emphatic genuineness that is easy to spot when viewing this music video. Sarantos is happy when singing. Whether someone likes the singing style or not is of no consequence to Sarantos as the bearing of his soul is a vulnerable thing. But Sarantos sings anyway.

Sarantos simply wants to infuse hope to anyone who feels trapped in life. It is common to have a dream. It is never too late though! Let secret feelings be revealed and not continue to fester inside beneath the barrier of your skin. Furthermore, human nature includes a natural desire to express oneself musically and singing is a big part of that. Sarantos screams out loud in front of the entire world – it’s ok to sing!

“This song is all about the basic human desire to sing” says Sarantos. “My motto is if you can speak, you can sing! So to anyone out there that’s too embarrassed to sing at karaoke night or in their car driving to work or in they privacy of their own shower, I have only this to tell you – what is wrong with you?? Don’t you dare ever let anyone tell you not to sing. You can sing if you want to and no one can stop you!”


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I Sing

Verse 1

My sweetheart, is wondering
Why am I doing this, all of a sudden
My kids are, all pondering
Why am I cooler, than them all?

My friends are, all wondering
If I am having a, midlife crisis
My staff, is considering
That I am hipper than them all

Chorus 1

Well the truth is simple
And the truth should be told
I like to sing
Cuz’ it helps soothe my soul

I sing, because I’m happy
I sing, because I’m free
I sing, because I cannot
Keep the music inside of me

Verse 2

My fans come out, to see my show
They kinda all go, I like his songs
They’re cool as, they can be they know
They are the coolest, bunch of all

My singing, is hypnotic
And I am having, so much fun
When I’m on the stage, I don’t feel idiotic
I just act cool and let it flow

Chorus 2

Well the truth is simple
And the truth should be told
I like to sing
Cuz’ it helps soothe my soul

I sing, because I’m happy
I sing, because I’m free
I sing, because I cannot
Keep the music inside of me

I sing, because I’m happy
I sing, because I’m free
I sing, because I cannot
Keep the music inside of me


Why am I singing you ask?
Why do you care why I sing?

I sing for you
I sing for me
I’ll sing ‘til you stop feelin’ blue
And ‘til I stop feeling free, free, free…

Chorus 3

Well the truth is simple
And the truth should be told
I like to sing
Cuz’ it helps soothe my soul

I sing, because I’m happy
I sing, because I’m free
I sing, because I cannot
Keep the music inside of me

I sing, because I’m happy
I sing, because I’m free
I sing, because I cannot
Keep the music inside of me


Why am I singing you ask?

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Metal Empire: Please introduce yourselves to our audience­ what are your names and what do you do in the band?

Fujiwara: We are Fujiwara, a three piece punk band from Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. We have Skillet, aka Skilrock (okay, Kirk Kellett) on drums and backup vocals, Buc, aka “the Critter” or Chris Clemmons on guitar, and Billy Burley­ aka Billy Burley! on bass and vocals. We have been playing together all over the East Coast for almost 20 years.

Metal Empire: What is the band up to at the moment? Is there something you’re working on currently?

Fujiwara: Fringe Records just did an official release of our “Legacy” record, which is available on itunes, bandcamp,
amazon… anywhere. You can go to to listen, too. We also just got finished laying tracks for a new release at The Jam Room in Columbia, SC, engineered by Jay Matheson. We are all super stoked about how it’s coming along. It will be released late summer.

Metal Empire: Tell us about the music you make, how would you describe your sound?

Fujiwara: Our sound is best described as high energy, surf/skate punk.

Metal Empire: Can you talk about your production process? How do you go about writing new material?

Fujiwara: The three of us write the music. Usually one of comes in with a riff/melody, then we run it through the “Fujiwara filter”, and if it turns out rockin’, we keep it. Sometimes one of us will come in with a semi­complete song, and it’s the kind of the same process.

Metal Empire: What and who are some of your major influences? Please give a few details about what you enjoy about creating music and what inspires you to make it.

Fujiwara: All of us would have separate answers, but 90’s and early 2000’s punk rock for sure. For me it would be bands like Youth Brigade, The Descendants, and Bad Religion. For Buc it would be more 80’s punk… and Bad Brains. Skillet is a closet country music fan… not that you’d know it from hearing him play drums!

Metal Empire: What’s your favorite thing about playing live?

Fujiwara: The energy of being in a room with a crowd who is feeling us makes it the best part of being in a band.
They can tell that we all really, truly love the songs and love playing together.

Metal Empire: Have you played any shows or toured alongside any major artists? Are there any shows that come to mind
that you feel make a great story? If so, tell us about it.

Fujiwara: We’ve played with a lot of great bands. After we played a show with The Candysnatchers, Buc drove Matt
Odidus’ (RIP) girlfriend’s hot rod Chevy Nova and crashed it into a house. They all proceeded to beat his ass
because he started laughing. The good old days…

Metal Empire: Is there any band or artist you would give anything to play a show with? If so, who are they and why?

Fujiwara: The Faction for me. Devo or Circle Jerks for Buc, and Bad Brains for Skillett.

Metal Empire: What are you hopes for the future? Where do you see yourself as an artist this time next year or the year

Fujiwara: We hope to have a good tour and that the new record is well received.

Metal Empire: If I was to turn up at a show, what should I expect from you in terms of music and showmanship? Is there
any crazy stuff you do to pull the crowd?

Fujiwara: The music and performance are high energy and fun. We like to have fun with the crowd, and not take
ourselves too seriously. Sometimes it can be a little unpredictable, but that’s part of it. We are not GG Allin or
Gwar though. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Metal Empire: What do you think about music piracy, do you think it effects music sales negatively, or do you think there
is another cause behind the current drop in record sales?

Fujiwara: We are from the Outer Banks, the home of Blackbeard. Arrrggg.

Metal Empire: There is a lot of talk about the downfall of the music industry as a whole, do you believe this is the case, or
do you believe it is evolving? What do you feel could improve the situation?

Fujiwara: I definitely see it evolving. I think last year was the first year in a while that the music industry saw
growth. Tech was growing so fast the industry couldn’t catch it, but it will find it’s way. I hope.

Metal Empire: Do you receive much fan mail, and if so what’s the craziest, creepiest or coolest thing you’ve ever gotten
from a fan?

Fujiwara: I can’t wait to start receiving creepy fan mail.

Metal Empire: Name one thing you love, one thing you hate and one thing you think everyone should try at least once
before they die?

Fujiwara: LSD. All of the above. (This message not endorsed by Fujiwara, just Billy Burley…)

Metal Empire: Thank you for taking the time to speak to us about what you do. Do you have any final words, or anything
you would like to add?

Fujiwara: Look for us out on the road. You will not be disappointed.

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