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Which software can help me do this ?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Ibeefaaa, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    I want to make several videos (10s) with different audios but the image will be the same in all of them and I want to place a floating watermark on each one of the videos.
    So, practically the video will be the same only audio will change.
    What software do you guys think that can do this ? In bulk if possible or manually will still be fine.
     
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    Free, fast, industrial strength, suited to batch processing, used by many professional movie studios:

    http://www.ffmpeg.org/

    You will need to spend some time working out how to use it, but it will solve all of your encoding and watermarking needs.
     
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    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    JESUS CHRIST ! ! ! :confused:
    Thanks man but damn... if that is the only way to do what I want to do than I'm screwed ! :crutch:

    I mean, when I clicked on your link I was expecting to see something like a normal software... I don't have Linux or Ubuntu or anything like that installed and I can't understand anything that's written on that page.
    I know how to work with camtasia and Video Spin Blaster and Watermark Master but they don't have the frickin' "floating" watermark option.
    Please don't get me wrong ...Thank you and I appreciate you trying to help me but isn't there any app that works on windows and can do what I want ? :(
     
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    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    *BUMP* Someone who knows how After Effects works... can you tell me if this can be done with that software ?
     
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    why to fiddle around in complicated windows? after you find the right encoding options just save the command and re-use it changing the file names only, or create a shell script to do it for you.

    It's really more simple than you think... ;) Just read the documentation, it really does help.

    EDIT: and ffmpeg is a great tool, i can atest it as i use it in 2 different servers that are hosting tube sites, and i'm talking about the kind where videos are uploaded by users, not embedded from YT or whatever.
     
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    This is easily doable in Windows Movie Maker and Camtasia.

    Ffmpeg is a bit too advanced for the required job.

    Arby