1. Internet TV
Buying video editing software for someone else can be tricky, but it's not impossible. You'll do best by sticking with the brand of software that the person is already using. They'll appreciate getting the latest edition or a more advanced version of the editing software.
From microphones to tripods, there are a variety of inexpensive video accessories that make it easier to watch and record great video with your cell phone.
Video producers can never have enough storage space, so an external hard drive is always a great gift. If you don't know uch about them, this article goes over the basics of buying an external hard drive.
For best results, sneak a peak at the type of hard drive that's currently being used. Then, buy something similar, and you'll likely have the perfect video gift.
5. Video Tripod
Every videographer needs a sturdy tripod. More intrepid videographers need dollies and window mounts for their camcorders.
This video editing keyboard is the perfect video gift for a Final Cut Pro user. By laying out all of the commands, literally at your fingertips, the video editing keyboard greatly increases speed and accuracy during video editing. If you have the money to lay out for this video gift, you'll look like a real hero.
These novelty socks are just some of the many gifts you can get emblazoned with the YouTube logo. If you're shopping for an online video fan, these are fun and inexpensive gifts.
Even though magazines are available online, I still think they make great gifts. And VideoMaker is a great gift for videographers. The articles are helpful for beginners and professionals. I enjoy my issue when it arrives every month; I keep every one and find myself looking back at them for reference. I know it's all on the web, but there's something about the paper edition I enjoy, and I think makes a great gift for video lovers.