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I'd recommend posting this same questions on the Startups Stack Exchange. There are a lot of people on that forum who will have great business advice for you!


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FFmpeg has a framestep filter to take every nth frame. There's also mpdecimate, which outputs a frame whenever the input frame is different enough from the previous frame. (so if exactly every 60th frame isn't perfect, you could use mpdecimate instead to detect the changes, and make a potentially VFR video.) I didn't test this command; post a comment if I ...


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One good place to start would be the US Small Business Administration. You're going to have to file for a business license, pay taxes, learn about the law, consider hiring employees, etc. This website has information on all of those topics and more. You also might want to look into small business classes at your local community college.


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Depending on where you live, there will be some specific steps you need to take in order to start up your own business (which you'll ultimately want to do if you want to start charging people for your services). Other than that, I'd recommend that you start out by collaborating with some kind of non-profit organisation, if you can find one that have a need ...


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There's always more than one way to do things in AE: Method1 Import the drawings as separate source files, rather than as an image sequence (in the import dialog uncheck the image sequence checkbox). Once you've got all your images imported select them all and drag them into a new composition. They will appear as a stack of layers with only the top layer ...


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musicbed.com is probably the best quality I've heard from these types of sites. Of course, it's a little more expensive. But when you need quality, you should be prepared to pay for it. They have tons of good stuff already, but you can also actually commission them to write custom music for your project.


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Well there is a source I have used a lot in the past. Very popular, a lot of others have used as well. Its free, legal and good quality. but I tend to pay a token fee for stuff I use ($5) though there is no obligation to do so. Its called incompetech.com Kevin MacLeod. He is an American musical and sound track composer. He has a large volume of tracks one ...


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I've used Adrenalin Sounds before and they have a great selection of music and an easy search system. If you can't be bothered going through a heap of tracks they will create a playlist for you, which I have found helpful in the past.


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The answer is to use Cyberlink PowerDirector instead. Much easier to use and you can achieve this with a couple of mouse clicks (right click on the audio and do "Normalize this audio track...")


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Export just the audio as WAV and use an app called Auphonic - it will level out, not just normalise, the audio. I use it often and it makes everything sound much nicer.


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Virtualdub is very good software. Maybe it not cover all the requirements. And it's not exactly "visual" managed as the other, but it'd good and very flexible


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Have a look into the new Blackmagic Davinci Resolve 11 lite, they have added NLE to the colour correction tool. it is free but it does need a minimum screen size of 1920*1080 or larger to use


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First off there would be Lightworks, which is free with some limitations. It's a pure abomination and needs a lot of learning an rethinking if you're used to usual NLE software. Then, what most people don't think of, there would be Blender. Actually a 3D rendering software, but also a very good, free/open source video editor. Like all software, it has a ...


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the file codec is dvsd (DVC/DV Video) Usually DirectX comes with a DirectShow DVSD decoder. But maybe this decoder has some issue with your file(s). Could it be you've had at some time software by Pinnacle, Sony, MainConcept, etc on your old system installed, whose DVSD decoder could have been used by Premiere Pro instead?



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