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Old 05-08-10, 06:02 AM   #1
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Default MOV file editing - software advice? (brightness/contrast/EQ)

I shot a video taken at a local drinking hole a couple nights ago of an open jam... and before I put it on youtube or make it accessible to my other musician friends I'd really like to lighten it and alter the contrast. I took a screenshot and tried altering it in Paint.NET with a good amount of success, so I'd like to see what it'd look like if all frames were altered in this same way. Any suggestions?

Furthermore I'd like to rip the audio from the file and change its EQ. I have Adobe Audition, and could pick up Audacity, but I'm not sure how I'd pull the audio off the file and then re-insert it after alteration.

Any constructive advice would be appreciated.
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Old 05-08-10, 01:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: MOV file editing - software advice? (brightness/contrast/EQ)

Most good video editors like from adobe or sony will handle all of this.
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Default Re: MOV file editing - software advice? (brightness/contrast/EQ)

I was gonna say virtualdub because its simple and free, but I don't think its supports .mov files.

As far as extracting the audio, audition has that built-in. Just goto File >> open audio from video, and it will extract the audio track from the video and you can save it in whatever format from there.
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Default Re: MOV file editing - software advice? (brightness/contrast/EQ)

This might help...

How to open MP4,MKV,WMV,RM,MOV,OGM with any editor,encoder

http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/2...editor-encoder
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