Professional Final Cut Pro HD editor, with some experience in DVD Studio Pro, Motion and Shake. Currently working mainly for South Africa's version of "60 Minutes" - "Carte Blanche". I have not yet made the transition to FCP X -- I'm waiting for the dust to settle on that, so in the meantime a good resource is Larry Jordan (www.larryjordan.biz). Please don't post questions about hooking up PVRs, DVDs and hi-fis - there must be an Expert in the Home Entertainment section who can help you better than I can.
20 years as a professional editor: worked in feature films, commercials, music videos and actuality.
High school, 2 years of university degree.
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Hi Richard Yes, download the Windows x64 one. I haven't used Greenshot, but it looks like it has what you need. As it's free and open source, you can give it a try without any expense (just time)
Hi Richard As far as I know, Java is backward compatible, so you should be able to download the latest JRE at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.h. Pick
Hi James I would do this in two stages. I'm not all that clued up on Blu-ray, but from what I can gather it is quite different from DVD. Then there is the definition issue: DVD is standard definition
Avidemux is reputable open source software. No adware or anything like that. I have used it for years on Linux and Mac without a problem. MPEG Streamclip is not open source, but the company that produces
I'm not sure what you mean by "recorded in mpeg-4". Do you mean create an mpeg-4 file for the DVD authoring software? Or the other way round? If you /convert/ a DVD to MPEG-4, or author an MPEG-4 onto