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Plobrem, Need Expert Help!
03-26-2017, 08:04 PM #1
Accidental Stoner Member
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Kritter-nerds!

Simple question:

Does anyone know of a free
- and I mean not a red cent -
effortlessly downloadable video editor

AND HERE'S THE CATCH:


...that lets you export finished video files?
WMV, MOV, etc...anything uploadable to
the bloody youtube?

Aaah, 0-budget life...

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Anyone coming up with a quick solution for me,
gets 5 stars on every thread, political support etc
for a good while... cheers.gif

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03-26-2017, 08:10 PM #2
Accidental Stoner Member
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Oh, and must have audio-split.

Decent audio controls is a plus.

Not asking for much, am I...

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03-26-2017, 08:17 PM #3
JR-nli Incognito
 
I can come up with something. Just not right now. chuckle.gif
I'll send you a pm no later than tomorrow.
03-26-2017, 08:22 PM #4
Accidental Stoner Member
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Would be much appreciated!

:)
03-26-2017, 10:38 PM #5
Octo Mother Superior
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I'm sure you have the same googles we do, but I'm looking into it as well.

I'm afraid freeware is not going to have all the features you want or have a watermark or worse.
03-26-2017, 11:27 PM #6
Gumby AKA Chtumby
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I use iSpring

Its free and works for YouTube heres a sample of a Video I made with it.



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03-27-2017, 01:54 AM #7
Accidental Stoner Member
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Thx, Gumby, I'll check it out! thumbsup.gif
03-27-2017, 02:51 AM #8
DaJavoo If looks could kilt
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You didn't say the OS ~ if you're using Linux: OpenShot.

https://www.linux.com/learn/how-make-mov...x-openshot
03-27-2017, 02:51 AM #9
Gumby AKA Chtumby
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(03-27-2017, 01:54 AM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  Thx, Gumby, I'll check it out! thumbsup.gif

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03-27-2017, 11:16 PM #10
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(03-27-2017, 02:51 AM)DaJavoo Wrote:  You didn't say the OS ~ if you're using Linux: OpenShot.

https://www.linux.com/learn/how-make-mov...x-openshot

I'm on Windows 8.1

Found something called 'Video Pad' that has a good export
feature.

Will do for now...

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03-27-2017, 11:51 PM #11
dclements Member
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(03-26-2017, 08:04 PM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  Kritter-nerds!

Simple question:

Does anyone know of a free
- and I mean not a red cent -
effortlessly downloadable video editor

AND HERE'S THE CATCH:


...that lets you export finished video files?
WMV, MOV, etc...anything uploadable to
the bloody youtube?

Aaah, 0-budget life...

gaah.gif

Anyone coming up with a quick solution for me,
gets 5 stars on every thread, political support etc
for a good while... cheers.gif

chuckle.gif
My advice is to use a free/dedicated video editing program such as Avidemux (which I used the last time I had to cut video files up) for cutting and splicing and then find free/dedicated programs for the other stuff. I also used Freemake for the last video I had to convert but since it was only one file I can't say it really is great, but at least it was fairly easy when I used it. To be honest I'm new at it myself so I can't really say what is good and what is not.

All you need to do is be able to verbalize what function you are looking for, use Google, Youtube, etc to search for a site that offers free software on that topic, and then download it on a machine at home that doesn't have anything too critical on it.

Playing $100+ for a professional video editing program (that tries to be like a Swiss army knife of functions) when you are just starting is crazy. I imagine you could find a torrent, and maybe get it for free, if you wanted to but what help would that be if it is difficult to use and clunky because 98%+ of the program are things you don't need or want to use.

While it sounds like a hassle to download and install maybe a half a dozen to a dozen free apps (like video converter, video cutter, video splicer, video down loader, etc) for each thing you need to do, the job often goes faster and smoother when a smaller ap has to crunch numbers (the 'Pro' aps assume you are using a machine where resources are never supposed to an issue, and if it is then it is your problem) and sometimes the learning curve is a little easier as well; at least for the newbie user.
03-28-2017, 01:20 AM #12
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(03-27-2017, 11:51 PM)dclements Wrote:  My advice is to use a free/dedicated video editing program such as Avidemux (which I used the last time I had to cut video files up) for cutting and splicing and then find free/dedicated programs for the other stuff. I also used Freemake for the last video I had to convert but since it was only one file I can't say it really is great, but at least it was fairly easy when I used it. To be honest I'm new at it myself so I can't really say what is good and what is not.

All you need to do is be able to verbalize what function you are looking for, use Google, Youtube, etc to search for a site that offers free software on that topic, and then download it on a machine at home that doesn't have anything too critical on it.

Playing $100+ for a professional video editing program (that tries to be like a Swiss army knife of functions) when you are just starting is crazy. I imagine you could find a torrent, and maybe get it for free, if you wanted to but what help would that be if it is difficult to use and clunky because 98%+ of the program are things you don't need or want to use.

While it sounds like a hassle to download and install maybe a half a dozen to a dozen free apps (like video converter, video cutter, video splicer, video down loader, etc) for each thing you need to do, the job often goes faster and smoother when a smaller ap has to crunch numbers (the 'Pro' aps assume you are using a machine where resources are never supposed to an issue, and if it is then it is your problem) and sometimes the learning curve is a little easier as well; at least for the newbie user.

Good points.



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