Youtube / Google video boxing question

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  1. NOrth

    NOrth Active Member Full Member

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    What programmes are people using to best transfer video camera stuff into google video / youtube material?

    Any info would be awesome....
     
  2. IronBull

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    I use AutoGK.
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    What video is it? boxing?
     
  3. NOrth

    NOrth Active Member Full Member

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    yeah, boxing. I need to cut it, probably add some music over the top, and maybe have a black fade in screen at the start and end with some basic text.

    Easy to do?
     
  4. IronBull

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    If you want to add some music at the background and some effect.. use Windows Movie Maker... very simple and easy to use.. download it from
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    Play around with it and get used to it...

    Who is boxing on the video?
     
  5. NOrth

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    Training footage, or at least it will be. Should be Jamie Moore, Mark Thompson & Alex Matvienko.
     
  6. brown bomber

    brown bomber 2010 Poster of the Year Full Member

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    i like thompson real nice lad and so is Jamie of course.... proper fighters.
     
  7. stegsie

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    Sony Vegas is good...... Movie Maker is too - very flexible

    I do quite a bit of stuff with both of them.

    Remember that if is is going online then they will need to be compressed quite a bit so don't add too much to it all.
     
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    Yup, compressing is a pain in the ass as it detracts from the quality slightly, but its a small price to pay.
     
  9. NOrth

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    dont you think it makes it a little bit better, or do you think its better without?
     
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    I like mark too, he punches like a horse kicks and no bugger wants to fight him.
     
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    Ah, no this would be highlights of a training session.
     
  12. stegsie

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    Do it with and without - then see what you thinks best.

    Putting a soundtrack over isn;t really that hard to do - so just try it both ways and see how it looks.

    As mentioned, I think you have to get the music just right - It can make or break it really. Leaving it out takes that stress away.