inHouseRecipes Set Up – What Software And Hardware We Use

inHouseRecipes set up talks about the various hardware and software that inHouseRecipes uses to create and share its content like images and videos.

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta          Updated  7 Jun, 15



inHouseRecipes set up is an article inspired by the questions of our guests and readers who want to know about the software and the hardware that we use to create content here at inHouseRecipes (Images/Videos/Text). Some of them were inspired and want to start their own food blog/website or a YouTube channel and some just wanted to know out of curiosity.

inHouseRecipes - Set Up - Hardware and Software we use

inHouseRecipes – Set Up – Hardware and Software we use
  1. Equipment

  2. Software for Video Editing

  1. Equipment

  2. Software for Image editing

    • Canon Digital Photo Editor – Free with Canon camera
    • – Free Online Photo Editing service.
  1. Comment system on site: Disqus
  • Evernote – For managing notes
  • Google Drive – For cloud storage
  • Google Apps – Google Document, Google Spreadsheets etc as a replacement for Microsoft Office.
  1. YouTube
  2. Google+
  3. Facebook
  4. Pinterest
  5. RSS – Feeds Powered by Feedburner
  6. Twitter

I will keep updating this article with the updates that we make to our software or hardware with time.

I hope this would have provided you a good insight into what we use to create those loving videos and delicious recipes.

We are certainly doing it at home and do not own a production studio. We would be glad if you are also a budding enthusiast who wants to start recording his/her own videos of anything and this information has helped you.

Do let us know your suggestions and feedback here in comments. We would also love to learn if you can help us with recording better videos and those production techniques.

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   3 Useful Questions & Answers from comments

  1. Chanakya
    Chanakya 12 Jul, 13 at 7:29 am

    It would be wonderful to have a search engine specifically to search the database. The Google search engine provided takes the search results out of the site. Unless I am missing something.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 12 Jul, 13 at 3:42 pm

      Hi Srinivasan,
      Thanks a lot for your inputs. As a matter of fact, we had our own database search when we started. But, we realized that Google search results were more optimized, fast and closer to user searches. And since Google is the leader in search area, we found it much better than our own search results.

      Does that answer your question?

      • Chanakya
        Chanakya 14 Jul, 13 at 8:49 am

        mmmm….. may be it is convenient for you. However, I would suggest that the receipes be kept in a Google Drive folder and shared with the public or as a page in Google site, where the search would be specific to Mahi Gupta’s creations. Of course, one can include the name “Mahi Gupta” in the search parameter.
        I was specifically searching for “Chole Masala”. While I can see the same on youtube, I wanted a printout of the same, which would help me to keep it in front of me while preparing.
        Thanks for the reply.