Erin

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  • in reply to: Making videos from still photos #207196
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    Hey, you mean that you want to make a video frmom photos? 

    That's probably easy to achieve with ShowBiz, a user-friendly video editor that allow you to create your own video from either photos or videos in minutes, 

    You can add transitions, special effects, subtitles and so forth to your videos with the help of intergrated editing tools, I used it to make my home movies, works good for me. 

     

    in reply to: Floo – A New Video Editing System #207061
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    I get your point. Most good ideas are from a bright idea further discussed by a group of people. 

    in reply to: Video Editing Software #207050
    AvatarErin
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    [quote=sullyllus]

    Which software for a newbie?

    Adobe Premiere Elements
    Cyberlink PowerDirector

    or more expensive

    FinalCut
    Adobe Premiere Pro

    Thanks!

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    If you will excuse me, video editing software for a newbie doesn't need to be athat professional as Adobe….Have you tried Windows Movie Maker and other less professional software for video editing

     

    in reply to: Floo – A New Video Editing System #207049
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    [quote=mokahola]

    Hey!

    I am working on a project which targets to provide a new way of video editing. The system is designed for the earlier stages of the editing process where a story needs to be created with the available content. I target to more involve the different people involved with the movie in the actual process of making the rough cut and letting any of them contribute to the shaping of the story. I believe that such a system can make the editing process more creative through discussion and play resulting in a more explorative and social way of editing.

    As a teaser I made the movie below and I would like to hear your thought on this concept. Hope you enjoy!

    I will be prototyping several modules in the coming month, but this is still a lot of work, so I will give you an update when I am that far! Any feedback, remarks, comments, questions or suggestions are very much appreciated!

    Regards,

    Terence

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    sounds interetsing. So let me put in this way, you want to create a process that allows a group of people come up with an movie idea, and make videos together right? 

     

    in reply to: What you think of my Music Video #207047
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    [quote=DeathChamberzMusic]

     

     
    From artist Jakob22 
    We do viral music videos

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    I love it, the story is attractive, and the Muffle singing is inspiring idea!

    Hey, so are you a professional music editor or an amateur video maker?

    in reply to: Which Computer to buy for Video Editing #206973
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    Well, I think that depends on what kinds of files you want to edit. 

    Either Mac video maker oftware or video editing software for Windows can be perfect. 

    in reply to: I made a little music video.. #206898
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    I love the fluency and the trasition is great! 

    One thing I can't agree more with is your words that "I can only grow and learn new things!" 

     

    Guess I need to post my video and gain some criticism, that's the way I gain great advice and learn quickly

     

    I'm wondering what software you used. Did you shot with your video camera and clip & trim them together with video editing software? I love your videos very much. Would you mind telling me how to make a video

     

    Thanks,

    Erin

    in reply to: Newbie Video Feedback ((Be Critical)) #206897
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    Hey there, as a video editing newbie, I got say man, you rock!

     

    I personally love the way you begin your video, and the music you apply is great! BTW, I'm a big fan of music. What's more, you did a brilliant job on the trasition of different scenes. 

     

    Will, if you don't mind, there's one thing I'd like to point out, your camera moves not that stable during the video making. I would do as Creekhouse Prod said, either left it low and let them walk past it that way or framed the shot for their headroom ahead of time, but would not have moved that particular shot.

     

    After all, I think your video is amaizng.Thanks for sharing man!

     

    This is really important, did you edit the whole video with Windows Movie Maker?!!! Wow!!! I used to editing videos with it, but I think it's impossible to output a video like yours! Now I'm asking for video editing software that have rich video effects. Any recommendation? 

     

    Erin

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