can you please suggest any good dvd/VCD ripper?
where I can get the avi file.
I know this is probably a stupid question but .... I have been sent a DVD disc with a video clip on it I would like to see but I don't have a video camera and my computer can't open it with Media Player.
The DVD contains a folder with a VRO and IFO file in it. Can anyone point me to where I can get some software that will open this. I am preferably looking for something FREE !!!!
Which video/multimedia editing software will allow me to move the characters around in a movie shot?
I am a newbie to video editing and would really appreciate if someone could help me out.
I have a video clip of two people dancing on stage. One person is standing still and the other one is dancing at a short distance from the person standing still. I want to bring the dancing person close to the one standing still. Is there any video/multimedia/animation editing software which can do this?
Pls, I'll like to know how to connect my SONY camcoder as pass thru to capture analogue video from VCR to my PC. Anytime I attempted this, I'm only able to capture the audio but nothing shows on the camera LCD. Ironically, it was clearly stated in the cam manual that it's quite possible but i've made several attempts & could not still work out.
I do connect the camera to VCR thru RCA cable supplied.
by: Miles Evans
As far as marketing goes I guess this article may one day bring me some hate for teaching some dumbass to build online infomercials, but I assure you my motives are far less industrious.
If you live outside North America, like me, you might think watching your favorite TV provider back home was impossible. In fact for years I figured I was just stuck with crap TV and limewire downloads. Trailerpark Boys, Battlestar Gallactica, and Family Guy had become pleasures I relied on friends to send me in the mail, years after they aired. Until now...
by: Parth Barot
I am very fond of downloading avi movies from net using p2p (peer to peer) softwares like Kazaa Lite k++,BitTorrent etc.I am using this for downloading new movies which are of full DVD quality and in very less size than the original DVD.They are comressed with Divx/Xvid codec in AVI file which is MPEG4 video compression format.And for Audio, different formats like mp3,ogg,AC3 can be used.Due to this, its size decreases in a big ratio of Bitrate per Second of both Audio-Video.So these files are of "MAX QUALITY MIN SIZE" we can say.
my mum asked me to transfer my sisters wedding video to DVD from VHS.
I don't have a lot of money and would like to know Which freeware video editing software is best.
And where can I get it. Also I'm not sure what hardware would be needed to do the job, I have a computer with a TV tuner card in it which I believe will capture an external video source, and obviously a VCR, but how do I connect them together, what wires do I need and is there anything else I need to know !
I'm not going to write an excessive article on why video is interlaced on the first place,.. etc but rather focus on the removing the interlation from your videos.
There are many, many ways to do this but since our user is using Adobe Premiere Pro we are going to write how to do that in-there ;-) If any1 is using Mac OS X like I am and wants to do the same please let us know and we'll tell you how here. ;-) Now let's get started.
By: Hal Robertson
Regardless of how polished your finished video is, nothing can influence your viewer's mood and acceptance of that video more than a professional soundtrack. In the past, professional audio could only be produced at major recording studios. With the advent of low-cost pro audio tools and computer-based audio production, you now have the power to produce anything the big boys can at a fraction of the price. In this section we will look at audio production techniques you can use to produce professional soundtracks, narration and sound effects.
By Hal Robertson
There are very few things that sound worse than the built-in microphone included with most camcorders. These mics seem to pick up more background noise than good sound. Apparently, manufacturers think buyers don't care because built-in microphones haven't changed much in 10 years. What's worse, several camcorders today don't even have a jack to plug in an external microphone! By using an external microphone to record your sound, you can dramatically improve audio quality while adding professionalism to your videos.