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Discussion in 'General' started by SkankinMonkey, Apr 18, 2002.

  1. SkankinMonkey

    SkankinMonkey Member

    Can anyone point me in the right direction of a program that will let you edit videofiles, to cut and paste them together. I need to paste some videos I have tegether then Video-out them to my VCR for a class project, and dont know of any good programs that do this.
  2. jim993

    jim993 New Member

    TMPGEnc is a good program i used it for spliting movies but it can do a lot of different things.
  3. mtxblau

    mtxblau Mid Boss

    The BEST program - Virtual Dub. It does everything, very easy to use, fairly stable, very fast...


    Best of all, it's free.
  4. JCTango

    JCTango New Member

    i'd have to agree with MTX... Virtual Dub is great for newbies in the realm of Video Capture! [​IMG]

    I should know! I'm Mr. Cappy! [​IMG] My captures so far are just like the broadcast quality and are like 95 megs each [​IMG]

    But, you should find which filters work best for the video you have...

    PS: COOL [​IMG] Another version is out [​IMG]
  5. SegaSaturnDDR

    SegaSaturnDDR New Member

    if you're dealing with Mpeg files, use TMPGenc, if you're dealing with avi files, use virtualdub, im guessing mpeg is more likely though. you people should speicfy things like that, cause virtualdub is of no help for joining mpeg files, and conversely tmpgenc cant join avi's.
  6. jastnorn

    jastnorn New Member

    well, why not just use Adobe Premier? i heard it is good and works with avi. and i believe it works with mpeg's too. oh wll, guess the others are good too.
  7. mtxblau

    mtxblau Mid Boss

    It's good, but it's warez (unless you're going to pay $500+ for the license) and it's a pain the @$$ to use.
  8. Fabrizo

    Fabrizo New Member

    "Ulead Mediastudio Pro 6.5" is a pretty good video editor, and it supports quite a few different video formats, youl need a crack patch though because without it all your videos have a big red X in the middle of the picture.

    If you don't want to crack patch a program though, and want somthing easy to use, try "QuickEditor", its pretty much as simple as video editors come, but it only supports video formats that can be played by Quicktime (.mov, qt, avi, dif, or dv).

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