A good Video Editing forum on the 'Net?

Discussion in 'Video' started by drjedsmith, Aug 29, 2009.

  1. Hi, I'm just getting back into video editing after a few years hiatus.
    Does anyone have a good Internet forum to recommend I join (comparable to Photo.net for still photography)?
  2. http://www.2-pop.com
  3. Thanks for the links! I will go check them out now.
    Just an aside - I'm on PC, so probably won't be Final Cuts Pro. I've used Pinnacle Studio in the past, but will see if I can afford some version of Adobe Premiere - even a basic version would probably be sufficient for a while. we'll see, looks kind of pricey, but very cool stuff! :) Ah, like everything...trade offs.
  4. dmnforums.com
    Everything you ever wanted for just about every piece of software available.
  5. Aunsoft Video Converter helps you convert between various formats. It is the must-have conversion tool for video lovers, and enables you to enjoy movies on computer, to further edit video for creation, to present video on HDTV, and to publish video online in web-friendly format. You can control your video and music on popular portable devices including iPad, Nexus One, HTC Hero, Zune, iPod, PSP, Apple TV, iPhone anytime anywhere.
    Aunsoft Video Converter supports a lot of video and audio formats. It can convert TiVo to MPEG for you, making it easy for you to burn the output MPEG file to DVD with burning software. Then you can enjoy recorded TV shows anytime you want. It converts MKV, MTS, M2TS, TOD, MOD, TS, FLV to MP4, WMV for you to play different videos on portable devices like iPad, iPhone, Zune, PSP, XboX 360, Apple TV, WD TV, Nexus One, HTC Hero, Archos, Sansa.
    With this powerful converter, you can also convert videos for video editing software like Adobe Premiere, Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, and upload video to YouTube and MySpace to share videos.
  6. Sony Vegas Pro is the best video editing software that i have experienced till now. It is better than other software. It has special effects. It does not require any specialized hardware to run. For more about best video editing software click in this link. I hope you can get more information.
  7. I have been on Edius since 2009 and really like it.
  8. hi.. admin
    Video editing refers to the activity of altering and reorganizing video frames so as to produce a different production. There are several objectives to alter a video and your editing methodology will rely on your anticipated results. Most common goals include removal of unwanted shots, creating a flow, adding effects such as graphics and music, altering the mood, style and pace of the video others...

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  9. Joyoshare Media Cutter is the tool that I personally have been using for video editing. It features many editing tools but easy to use. It supports all versions of Windows and Mac, having no requirements for computer hardware.
  10. I see the final cut suggested here, but as I know it can be used with macOS only.
  11. guys, I personally suggest fastreel
  12. I am a beginner at video editing. I am doing all my best to become good enough in this sphere. My friend advised me to try working with tiktok video editor Vjump.com. It is simple to use and it is enough to improve my editing skills.
  13. I've used Premiere Elements for years on my computers, currently running Windows 11. I've done slide shows of stills inclduing video clips.It's pretty cheap to buy the lifetime license for Premiere Elements and you don't have to pay a monthly fee like Premiere Pro. You can get a deal if you buy the companion PS Elements for stills. I posted some work on my Youtube pages. I think you can download the app for a free period to test it out. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDzogShfhgCHh2rVvEsFOJQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGsByP1B3q1EG68f4Yr2AhQ This one combines stills with video clips in a 2K video. Turn on the sound. Premier Elements can use and produce 4K as well. My new videos are in 4K. I store them on a memory card connected to the USB jack of my 75" TV. Of course, I can see them on monitors, cellphones, etc as well. .

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