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Offline chasedmanx

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help with recording and editing apps.
« on: June 08, 2018, 08:00:44 pm »
so im looking for an app or program  that would be best at recording and then another one for editing. also keep in mind im a broke boy and have a max of like $0.00000000 sooo ya.

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Re: help with recording and editing apps.
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2018, 06:36:44 pm »
obs is good for recording and hit film is a good editor

Offline AndrewC

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Re: help with recording and editing apps.
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2018, 05:34:20 pm »
ther should be a lot of utube vids on this that will help u

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Re: help with recording and editing apps.
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2018, 09:21:01 pm »
obs=open brodecasting system

Offline sigmafied

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Re: help with recording and editing apps.
« Reply #4 on: July 11, 2018, 08:50:11 am »
Recording:
It depends on the type of record and editing apps, for instance fraps allows you to have compatibility (and not compressed) footage when you record, downside is that the file is going to be huge, DXTORY has the ability to compress but it's going to slow down your computer when editing it and also it would have greater compatibility with other players. There are so many recording programs out there, just have to pick one that fits your description.

Editing: Because I've been doing video editing/animation for a few years, it's really simple to pick some editing apps for you

After Effects: is for movies, short films, montages, basically edits that are more sided with the professional side of things, more options to pick and you can literally make ANYTHING you want without any limits (unless it's your computer)
Downsides: Render time, first glace it looks difficult and may be overwhelming, takes time to master, must know the tools before doing anything.

premiere pro: is for more unprofessional side of things, the more 'place clips together to form a whole video' type program without much 3rd party plugins and less options to select from to get what you want (like the 3d tracker that after effects provides)
Downside: May not have options that you're able to configure, not able to do special effects, capped expressive creativity

Sony Vegas Pro: PERFECT FOR YOUTUBE, literally super user friendly but to us editors it's a shitty ass program that we hate.
Downsides: TOO USER FRIENDLY, NOT ENOUGH ABILITY TO CONFIGURE. and you have to disable resample every time you place a clip in or else it's going to look like someone took a shit on the footage.




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