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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Fleamac, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. Fleamac

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    Been working with Lightworks editing software. Lots to learn. But it's fun!



    Using the Steady Grip.
     
  2. Stephen Faoro

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    Not bad, most folks don't realize how much work goes into making these movies, good job.
     
  3. Fleamac

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    Thanks. The Lightworks program is pretty powerful and takes time to learn.
    Once I got the basics down, it was a breeze. I'm using the free version but I may pony up the money and get the full version. It's impressive.

    For instance the audio. In the Jeep video, I was running my mouth alot while filming. In Lightworks I'm able to incrementally turn that volume down. Or raise it, as I did with the grey Jeep with a nice V8. You can do the whole 'film', or frame by frame.

    Anyways, thanks again. :D
     
  4. LuvMyTJ

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    Nice work, and I concur with Stephen, editing is a long, hard process.

    Are you working on a Mac? If so you can also do those things mentioned with the built in iMovie. Not the same as the Adobe suite but still very capable. I have Adobe CS but I frequently use iMovie for quick stuff.
     
  5. Fleamac

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    Mac, naw, I'm using a Windows pc. But if really get into this is I might have to get something more powerful to handle the editing and playback. I'm already looking for a nicer HD monitor.

    Thanks for the compliments.
     
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    I use iMovie and it can do "mucho."
    IMO, unless your doing some real pro stuff, imoviefits the bill. I recently messed up the settings on my GoPro before 2 serious weekend rides. Didn't resize I had it in time lapse mode. Well, I used freeze frame to get stills out of the clips and saved the day, "somewhat", creating a movie from the freeze frames. The latest version of iMovie also hasa super much improved exposure adjustment feature among other things.
     
  7. Sirwilliam70

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    I love seeing jeeps outdone by a Ford Bronco! Yay Ford!
     
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