Ubuntu 10.04: Coming Soon Realized by: Leo Iannacone - Idea, Video Editing, Post Processing Paolo Sammicheli - Audio editing, Marketing direction Audio track by X-Ray Dog «Here Comes The King».
Does anyone know how to find a similar audio track by scanning the file/audio? I'm editing a video in Sony Vegas that has vocal audio dubbed over a specific audio portion and thought it would be easier just to cut and paste a similar new track altogether. I've tried shazam/soundhound etc without success. It seems like a free public track with no name =/
I'm very much a beginner when it comes to any sort of video editing, but if anyone here can offer any kind of insight, I'll take it. I'm going to be filming some rock shows with a Sony Handycam mini DV camcorder.
I am wondering if there is a GUI based program that will tag (actually write the tag to the original file) audio & video files. I am also looking for a good audio editing program. For video I am using Kdenlive.
Also, not AV related, any suggestions for writing tags to graphics files (jpg, png, etc)?
Jokosher is an audio editing application that gets the job done without an overly stuffed toolset. It lags behind other professional-strength audio editing packages available on the Linux platform. But what it lacks will not be missed by audiophile tinkerers and musicians who want to handle their own sound-mixing chores without a studio.
I really hope someone can help. I've been using my Epic 4G Touch for recording HD video for about a year now. I edit everything on Vegas Movie Studio Platinum v.11. Everything was fine until a couple of months ago.
The H looks at the recent 3.2 release of the Ardour digital audio workstation, highlighting the addition of video support. Specifically, Ardour does not edit video, but allows users to import it for synchronizing with audio content.