Some Tool Tips for making Video Tutorials and Video editing

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Some Tool Tips for making Video Tutorials and Video editing

Postby Hypnosekröte » 15 Mar 2010, 16:55

Hi dudes,

i found a nice Tutorial about how to make a video tutorial.

http://www.5min.com/Video/How-to-Make-a ... l-37106544

This video was made for blender but it can also be used for other stuff.
Here is the Downloadlink for Frontcam: http://www.frontcam.com/

Another good video Tool is Jahshaka and can be downloaded under:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/jahshakafx/

Its good for cutting scenes and using effects. The usability is a little bit hard at startup.
I'm searching myself for Tutorials at the moment.

Hope ppl around here have more hot tips to this topic 8-)

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Re: Some Tool Tips for making Video Tutorials and Video edit

Postby Hypnosekröte » 17 Sep 2010, 09:16

Whey i found a new video editing tool -> http://www.kdenlive.org/
Opensource and for free =)
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Re: Some Tool Tips for making Video Tutorials and Video edit

Postby It'sMe » 29 Sep 2010, 14:51

A full list of open source (free) video editing Tools can be found here Video Editing Wikipedia

I have used kdenlive to create some videos. Kdenlive is a powerful tool, with many options, effects, etc...
It needs some time to check how it works, because effects etc. have to be chosen by its description and not by picture.
Openshot (i tried that) is much easier to use, but less options :) .
Dont even try to check Pitivi ... it sucks!
Cinelerra is a real powerful tool, but i havent checked how to work with it (without reading a documentation).
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