Well for any of you that think it might be too difficult to make your own videos with a little production value try Windows Movie Maker. I believe it comes on just about any windows based computer and is very easy to use. I've used it to make all my videos so far. It does have it's limitations though. Next, I'm going to try and tackle Adobe After FX. It's been used in a few motion pictures.
But if you're curious about cutting and splicing video segments, or adding audio or subtitles, it's a snap. They even have a few special effects "but they're not very good" Next thing you know you're making videos of your kids graduation and weddings and everyone wanting to know how you did it. The sky's the limit.
Just don't take my videos as examples. I'm not very creative and usually do things the easy way. But with a little time and effort my videos could be much much better. Maybe I'll have to sit down and write a short story and edit the film to it's fullest capabilities. I want some of the Youtube pie people have been getting.