Mine’s pretty standard in terms of your average Byte user that doesn’t use in-app tools. When it’s something as simple as making sure a shot doesn’t go over awkwardly for another 0.1 second or so, you’re going to need to use at the very least a mobile editor.
Personally, I record using a Canon Vixia HF R400, something I got when I was in the 8th grade. I used to record in Landscape, but then people like @TomWho saved my entire Byte page by recommending I record in portrait. I experimented a little – I record sideways with my Canon now, and then the video comes out sideways, which, after I render it, I go to a website called videorotate.com to rotate it 90 degrees into portrait.
I do all of my editing in Sony Vegas, and I usually browse for background sounds or music using YT–>MP3 or MP4 converters depending on the greenscreen effects I need in a video. I also tend to browse old school video game soundtracks which a lot of people have noticed, especially when I use Earthbound music. Editing out of app also always helps when your bytes are a little loud at times (thanks again, Tom), so equalizing every sound or bit where you shout is easier when you’re using things like Sony Vegas (or, just timing for dialogue in general, always helps the punch line, like when two characters interrupt each other).
Edit: grammar, also tagging @Pac to reply because my forum reply function doesnt ping correctly :^(