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Video Editing Question (HELP!)

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by devbrah, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. devbrah

    devbrah Junior Member

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    So i've decided to finally really focus on one method, and it's a clickbank product.

    It's in a niche that i'm passionate for and i'm going full out into the product and i'm hoping to make some serious bank with it.

    My problem right now is i'm making a review video, and i'm using my macbook pro. When I try to edit the video using Adobe Premiere Pro, the audio is completely out of sync because it's a .mov file (native to mac).

    Does anyone know of any free video editing programs I can use to do simple things like add images onto a video, etc?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Masozi

    Masozi Newbie

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    serif movieplus..sony vegas pro 10..theres loads
     
  3. Crewchief007

    Crewchief007 Power Member

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    Windows Movie Maker will do the trick.

    Or, you could download Camtasia for free on the 30 day trial.

     
  4. darkrache

    darkrache Junior Member Premium Member

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    On Premiere you can change the export type, and using Adobe Media Encoder, you can get the precise file type you want. It's the most universal studio there is for creating accurate files of any extension.
     
  5. devbrah

    devbrah Junior Member

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    Thanks for the replies guys, windows movie maker is a no go because i'm on a mac.

    Darkrache, it's not the export type, even when i'm previewing the video within premiere itself (even after rendering) the audio goes out of sync about half way through the video, and in the original file it's fine.

    It has something to do with Premiere not liking .mov files
     
  6. darkrache

    darkrache Junior Member Premium Member

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    Easily use Adobe Media Encoder to change the types of files involved. Convert it from .mov to .mp4 or .mpg
     
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    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    that'd be your problem right there. You really need a PC for IM
     
  8. devbrah

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    I'll buy a new pc once I make enough for one with IM money hahah
     
  9. devbrah

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    Thanks for this man, i'll give it a try!
     
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    Here's a good list:

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