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Topic # 60026 16-Apr-2010 17:05
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hey guys im totally the biggest noob in here

could anyone please put up the links that are related to video editing

like how do you make those youtube videos

i would be really thankful if anyone can give me a step by steps how to do it or give me links to all the related posts , or a book that i could read about this topic

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  Reply # 319461 16-Apr-2010 17:16
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You can help by letting us know what software you have: Windows? Mac? Linux?

What sort of video source are you using? A video camera? What formats does it support as output?

What editing program - if any - have you got?

Basically.....what tools have you got available to you? 

Armed with that information someone might be able to help you. After you have read the Help info in any video editing app you already have....of course. :-)

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 319469 16-Apr-2010 17:35
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i have a sony video cam corder

a vaio laptop using windows

dont have any video editing soft ware at all


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  Reply # 319472 16-Apr-2010 17:51
Send private message has tools, articles/guides and just about everything you wanted to know about video editing.

does your sony camcorder use HDD, CDR or SDCard for recording? or Tapes?

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