Looking for a video of how to shoot the Milky Way? or How to edit Milky Way shots? here is the place.
The following videos are aimed to beginners.
Here is a short video that will give you the principles. Please ignore the Rule of 500 as it is more complicated than that, so it is not a reliable rule.
Check the following videos
Editing the Milky Way in Adobe Ligthroom
Michael Shainblum explains in this short video how to edit a shot of the Milky Way only in Lightroom. Learn with the best.
Editing the Milky Way with Adobe Photoshop
This is an old video produced by Kenneth Brandon but still relevant today, it gives the principles of editing in Photoshop, separating foreground and sky.
Stacking is a technique used in night photography for noise reduction. There are two main software options: Sequator (for PC and is free) and Starry Landscape Stacker (for Mac). Both work under same principles, here is a demonstration by Lonely Speck (great site for night photography!) using Starry Landscape Stacker.
Software and Apps
Check these apps if you wish to learn more about the night sky
Tuition will provide you the tools for more advanced techniques.