Some technical knowledge in connectivity, systems, cameras, image/video software. I am better at project development, scripting, organization, conceptualization. I know Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, AfterEffects, some Avid, and some others but am no real expert on them. I also have knowledge in multimedia.
Wel over 20yrs of various TV/video production experience. B.S. degree in TV Production from James Madison Univ. Taught TV production at a community college for 5 yrs.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications (Radio, TV, Film); James Madison Univ., Harrisonburg, VA
Telly Awards, Communicator Awards, Ava Award, Virginia Community College Associatiopn awards, National Council for MArketing and Public Relations Awards, CAB Award, and others.
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I haven't found anything that does a good job of compressing video files without stepping on them pretty badly. The good news is that external drives aren't super expensive anymore. A quick Google search
In order to control file size, the software likely has a hierarchy of things (codecs, image/audio quality, screen size, etc)it can change to reduce the size. Its choices between these items isn't something
I have used Hand Brake but it's been a long time so I'm not very up-to-date, I'm afraid. I'll do what I can for you, though. Optimize, I believe, will give you the best quality and playability for your
Unfortunately, I don't use iMovie so I'm not very familiar with it's capabilities. I can, however speak in general terms and hopefully some of it will apply. Essentially, there are three main ways to
I'm not familiar with VirtualDub but I just Googled it. It looks like a very stripped-down editor that's used primarily for capturing video. I couldn't get a good look at it so I don't know if it will