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Windows 7: Video Editing Program

07 Jul 2010   #11
Spottedfeather

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
There is no spyware in Format factory. Try this link: Format Factory - Free media file format converter
After I convert it, then what ? What program do I use to remove the hissing noise ?


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07 Jul 2010   #12
Spottedfeather

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Once I have done some video enhancements using virtualdub, though those were .avi files. And there is another tool (paid) that can do the same thing faster. It is Video Enhancer 1.9.3 Free trial - Video quality enhancement tool .
Virtualdub has spyware and adware.
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07 Jul 2010   #13
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spottedfeather View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Once I have done some video enhancements using virtualdub, though those were .avi files. And there is another tool (paid) that can do the same thing faster. It is Video Enhancer 1.9.3 Free trial - Video quality enhancement tool .
Virtualdub has spyware and adware.
No it doesn't.
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08 Jul 2010   #14
Spottedfeather

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Yes, it does.
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08 Jul 2010   #15
mitchell65

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Going back to the original problem, the hissing noise is as difficult to remove as wind noise. Professional recording studios use software worth many thousands of Dollars/Pounds and an awful lot of high level expertise to get rid of extraneous sound leaving the sound that you need audible, and they are not always entirely successful. I honestly don't think you are going to achieve a reat deal of improvement but that's not to say I wouldn't keep trying. If you do succeed with freebie software don't forget to post a full report of your workflow as there are many people who would benefit from this.
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09 Jul 2010   #16
Spottedfeather

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If I play the file through Quicktime, I can lower the bass and tremble, it makes the movie semi watchable. But if I save it as a mov, I can't burn it to dvd. Oh, well.
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09 Jul 2010   #17
mitchell65

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spottedfeather View Post
If I play the file through Quicktime, I can lower the bass and tremble, it makes the movie semi watchable. But if I save it as a mov, I can't burn it to dvd. Oh, well.
You say you are saving it to a MOV. You can't just save a video file to another format without rendering it to that format with a video converter. Given that you have converted it why go for a MOV format. If you want to burn it to a DVD then the native format will be MPEG 2. This will enable you to burn it to a DVD without any loss of quality. With the right DVD authoring software you will have the choice to "Not re-render compliant mpeg files" so avoiding any loss.
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09 Jul 2010   #18
Arc

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With the right DVD authoring software you will have the choice to "Not re-render compliant mpeg files" so avoiding any loss.
What DVD writing software do you suggest, John ?
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09 Jul 2010   #19
mitchell65

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mitchell65 View Post
With the right DVD authoring software you will have the choice to "Not re-render compliant mpeg files" so avoiding any loss.
What DVD writing software do you suggest, John ?
Hi Arc
Well I use Corel Video Studio. The latest version covers High Definition but the two previous versions x2 and 11.5 would both be very suitable for the present project. The programs are complete in so far as they cover the "Capture" of the original clips, excellent editing and then the authoring module. Not cheap but the two older versions can be had from time to time at bargain prices. There are specific authoring programs within the Corel range as there are in many other software manufacturers but I find it easier to use an all in one program.
The only other one I have used is AVS Video Editor. This is a bit cheaper, does a good job but I prefer Corel. Like all software, it's all a question of personal choice, what seems brilliant to one user is rubbish to someone else! I'm sure members will read this and say that Adobe Premier Pro CS5 is the best. It probably is, but then look at the price! About ten times more expensive than the others.
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09 Jul 2010   #20
Arc

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You are absolutely true, John ! Actually software choice varies from person to person . But still an experienced person's choice is worthy to follow . I use convert x to dvd , it is easy to use; but the encoding is not always good enough .

I want to give Corel a try. I use another app by Corel, CorelDraw ! That's a nice program
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