What is a good video editing package that can accept different formats? My goal is to take a collection of different videos, clean them up, and then burn them to a DVD. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
on 12/03/2009 – Made popular on 12/03/2009
A video editor allows you to handle post-production video editing which typically involves arranging, cutting, pasting, trimming, and otherwise enhancing (e.g., adding various effects to) video clips through the timeline interface.
I need some help with picking parts for this build. Any help is greatly appreciated. Here's are my requirements:
1. What YOUR PC will be used for. That means what types of tasks you'll be performing.
Editing up to for video tracks of HD video. Currently using PowerDirector but will likely switch to Premiere Pro (unless PD can do everything I need).
Video editing app Videolicious was designed to allow users to create interesting videos on the fly by stitching together multiple photos and short video files. Thanks to an easy editing tool, the app been adopted by enterprise customers who are using it for internal and external communication, sales, and marketing.
Basically what I need is video editing software that allows me to put together a video through java (or other languages), plugins or whatever method is available for doing so.
I want to put together a video using pictures, videos, music, transitions etc that are sent to the server.
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)?
I don't know anything about Mac's so I am asking this for a co-worker of mine. She wants to get a Mac mini for video editing. The reason for the mini is the entry cost being much lower than a Mac laptop or desktop. However, we are concerned if there will be enough power.
The videos themselves will not be anything special. Maybe 720/1080p at 24fps.
What you're looking for isn't "picture editing" software. It's "video editing" software.Video editing is hit or miss on Linux in general.The most straight forward is probably Openshot. Also based on the same libraries but a little less intuitive is Kdenlive.If neither of those work for you there are several other video editing programs like Kino and p
I am interested in doing some heavy video work. I have a ADVC 110 Video capture device, which I am using to capture VHS video tapes, which I will convert on the server to DVD format and burn to DVD's using DVD production software. I will also take the captured video file and split it up in parts and convert to other formats.
I will have a need to rip DVD video and encoding.
LiVES mixes realtime video performance and non-linear editing in one professional quality application. It will let you start editing and making video right away, without having to worry about formats, frame sizes, or framerates.