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technoid 06-12-12 02:55 PM

Video Editor Question
 
I'm working with a Minister (Rev. Bob Walker) that wants to put his sermons on the Web and Radio so I need a better editing solution. What I've been doing is create an un-compressed AVI file and use VirtualDub to edit it. The videos are taken using a low cost hand held HD camera that outputs video at 1280x720 30fps in MP4 format. The video is okay but I want a better way to edit it. After I edit the videos I create XVID and FLV files for DVDs and the Web. I need frame accurate cutting and fade-in and fade-out video, and if the package also did audio fade-in and fade-out that would be good too. So if anyone has a suggestion on a new editor I'd really appreciate it.

Drop by the website I created for him here. http://www.bobwalker.org

Or you can hear his latest sermon on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCrOiwWqNyg

Thanks

frenchy2k1 06-14-12 05:31 PM

Re: Video Editor Question
 
What is your budget?
Sony Vegas is a great video editor for a cost.
It's also probably overkill for what you are doing.
Look at their line of products here:
http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/vegassoftware

Vegas Movie Studio HD 11 may be good for your needs.

Many other software exist including Nero Video or even free alternatives http://bit.ly/y49hra

technoid 06-22-12 11:05 AM

Re: Video Editor Question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by frenchy2k1 (Post 2563899)
What is your budget?
Sony Vegas is a great video editor for a cost.
It's also probably overkill for what you are doing.
Look at their line of products here:
http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/vegassoftware

Vegas Movie Studio HD 11 may be good for your needs.

Many other software exist including Nero Video or even free alternatives http://bit.ly/y49hra

Sorry I didn't answer this sooner but I've been busy working on some of the videos we're doing. I'll take a look at Vegas soon and check out the trial version if they have one. I've already downloaded the Avid Studio trial but it seems overly complex for my needs. Thanks for the suggestion I'll check it out.


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