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Video Editing Software

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by htpw16, Mar 31, 2004.

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  1. htpw16

    htpw16 Thread Starter

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    Hello all,

    I ve been looking for a software that will allow me to parse parts of videos and place them in other videos.

    For example, I have The Tow Towers on DVD, and there is a beautiful scenic view that is simply awsome. I want to parse my moving image from a video and place it in the scenic scene. So lets say I have a video of me walking, I want to make it look like im walking in that scenic scene of the Tow Towers. Anyway you get the point.

    Do any of you know of any software that is capable of these tasks?

    Thanks
     
  2. MustBNuts

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    Ulead Media Studio can, and I believe Adobe Premiere probably can....the difficult part is going to be achieving it....what it sounds like you want to do is "blue screen"....can be done, but if you have existing video of you, you will have to figure out a way to blue screen that in order to insert it into the other one....

    MBN
     
  3. rextilleon

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    Thats call chromakeying and most high end NLE's allow you to do that. Ulead, Adobe, and my favorite Vegas. What you will need to do is get some green fabric---or paint--make sure its the right color green, stand yourself in front of it (as far in front as you can) light it evenly then shoot---Then you take your image against the green screen into your NLE--key it out and have your Twin Towers footage take its place.
     
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