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[ ...posted: August 24th, 2006... PC Video Editing ... ]

I’m finally totally comfortable dealing with video on the PC. I’ve tried Premiere and it’s totally overkill and doesn’t include some stuff I want. I really don’t do much editing except for resizing, color correction, and cutting a few bits out.

The key software combination for me is VirtualDub (MPEG2 version) and Camtasia. Props to Tom for the Camtasia tip.

VirtualDub is open source software I’ve discussed before. It’s really good for resizing, changing frame rates, adjusting color, removing frames, replacing audio, converting image sequences to video (and the reverse), etc. I really like the simple low tech interface. And it’s nice that you can sometimes do your work without re-encoding. Last night I used VirtualDub to cleanly convert my Time Lapse Homepage at 1280 x 800/20FPS to a letterboxed 720 x 480/ 29.97 FPS for a DVD.

Then Camtasia is the tool to convert from any format into any other format, which has been my biggest issue. I’m using a trial version now, but I think I might actually pay for this thing. I used it to make streaming Quicktimes of all my stuff, and to make that Steve Winwood GIF from a Youtube video. Your input choices are camera, screen capture (any size), or almost any kind of video file. And you can output to Windows Media, Quicktime, Flash, Realplayer, or animated GIF. And it also has a decent video editor.

And then Adobe Encore to burn looping DVDs.
1) File -> Import -> Asset and import your video
2) Right click on your video that you just imported — New -> Timeline
3) Click on the Timeline and under “End Action” on the right, set it to go back to the beginning of the timeline.
4) This doesn’t have anything to do with looping, but click on the Menu tab on the left, and set the Title button to also go back to the beginning of the timeline. It’ll give you an error when building if you don’t do this.
5) File -> Build DVD



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