What Software Was Used To Make This YouTube Video?

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  1. Crewchief007

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    I want to produce a video just like the one below. Notice how it has the typewritten information appearing from the bottom as the PICs continue to roll? I know that it was not done in Microsoft Movie Maker. Can anyone point me in the right direction as to what I can use to do this?

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    Agreed, very good concept. I too will like to know how this was done.
     
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    Is there any other software? Possibly something online similar to Animoto?

    Adobe Premier is H-O-T but its way out of my league in terms of learning curve. I have ZERO graphics skills, ZERO programming skills and no desire to learn them.

    Surely, there has got to be a simple program or possibly even a subscription service where I can upload my PICs and content and PRESS, "complete" and get the same results in the video?
     
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    To me it doesn't look like it was made with video software.

    It was probably made with a jquery slider and they captured the screen as it went through the different images.

    You can see a typical jquery slider that does what you see in the youtube video by going to google and search for: Ultimate Fade-in slideshow

    It is a free dynamic drive script.

    Download the script, set up your images and text, use free screen capture software or trial version of camtasia, add music etc and you'll then have a video that looks like the one in your original post.

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    You can do this easily with the full version of Camtasia.

    Not sure if it's still available in the downloads section but was not too long ago.
     
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    I want to thank everyone for their input and help. I had no idea such a seemingly simple task would take so long to figure out. Here are a few comments that may help others out. I burned about five hours attempting to resolve this issue out

    After scanning desktop applications, online applications, subscription services and free options and getting nowhere, I tried the Visual SlideShow: http://visualslideshow.com/photo-slideshow.html It was easy to use but it was limited in its capabilities. REFUND!

    I was just about to go with Adobe Premier until Spazm posted this...

    That seemed like my answer; the only problem was/is CODING. A person would have to sit down and actually learn to code, if only to a small degree. And again, that just isn't my cup of tea.

    But then! Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, Gary Becks hit a friggin home run.

    I just downloaded Camtasia Studio and this puppy gives me what I need with no sweat! Thanks a million GB!

    And thanks again to everyone who brought their input to the table.

    Thanks + REP to the entire crew!
     
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