Please Help with Recording Service

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    • #53058
      AvatarjoeGross
      Member

      My pastor just came to me and want me to start passing out dvds.I am not sure if i have everything I need.Let me describe my setup I have 

      Canon gl2

      Nec Projector

      Sony 1040 Scan converter

      Se 500 Video switcher and a windows laptop.How  do I recording service out of the switcher and be able do edit it with a menu on my dvd?Any help is appreciated, I thank you in advance

    • #205465
      Avatarchuckzootz
      Participant

      in my church we have a video department and another department to make duplicate disks both CD and DVDs. you dont mention what computer you use to edit. some editing suites include a DVD menu tool. Also, i do videos for the Childrens Ministry at my church and upload the videos to E-zekiel.tv. a christian video site. and once uploaded i send a link to the people who want to see

      the videos and only make one or two DVDs to give to the Ministry for their record. You might just talk to your pastor about putting your videos on the web and give the link out on your e-mail or Facebook.   

    • #205480
      AvatarjoeGross
      Member

      I’m sorry i left that out.I have a compaq f700.what can i do do to edit

    • #205493
      Avatarchuckzootz
      Participant

      If you can connect your computer to the switcher, you can send the footage to the computer hard drive or use you editing software to capture the video feed, once you have the footage in computer just edit as you need to. most if not all editing suites have the ability to capture video from a camera via a USB or Firewire port, even entry level software, because they all have to be able to capture video from tape based cameras.

    • #205497
      AvatarjoeGross
      Member

      Thank you,this a big help.do you have any
      Software recommendations?i was considering pinnacle

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