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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Kula, Jun 13, 2005.

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  1. Kula

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    I know there are loads of programs for editing video, but are there any that will let me change things like brightness, contrast, colour balance, etc. Freeware or dem's preferably, until I find something I like.
     
  2. xgerryx

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    While you are waiting for an answer from someone experienced in video (not me) try windows movie maker, tools effects. Its not to specialized but there is a bit there worth having a play with.
     
  3. linskyjack

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    Check out Sony Media's Vegas---they have a demo---probably a lot more then you need but it will allow you to pretty much do anything you want to your video.
     
  4. Mulderator

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    You can try Sony, Pinnacle or ULead--I have used them all and they all do a pretty good job.
     
  5. DeuceXP

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    Adobe has a product that will do exactly what you want.
    Premire Pro 1.5
    Now the bad news;
    It is expensive
    It is not intuitive
    if you live in a small town, nobody amy be able to show you how to use it.
    You find a way around that and not only will your video look good, people will pay you for expertise!
    I learned it in College and it is the best tool for video editing I have found. I have made TV commercials with it.
     
  6. linskyjack

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    No, you can get premiere pro elements--will give you all the basic fx's you need.
     
  7. Kula

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    Thanks to you all for your advice. I've only just had chance to get back to the subject. Thanks again.
     
  8. ineedhelp890

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    In my experience Pinnacle Liquid is the best choice for video editing. There is also a trial available. The downside is the price and like Premiere you have to know what your doing.
     
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