If you are going to print


If you are going to print the pictures out, hand draw on them, and then scan them back in, their resolution will exceed the video’s resolution. I do not think imovie will be what you want to work with – it’s too basic and pretty much only allows for simple cuts. I haven’t used quicktime pro which D0n recommended, so I don’t know about that. Finalcut express probably is the cheapest thing I can think of that would fit your needs. It’s about $200. If quicktime pro does it for $30, then more power to ya.

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Lighting needs run the gamut, from huge budget productions to small, DIY vloggers, and there’s something for every niche. This article will explain what to think about before buying lights and provide a list of the best video lights currently on the market.