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I tried Wondershare for blocking out a face, and while the "Mosaic" works, it can't be moved. And the "Face Off" feature does not work. It seems like the program can't identify that there is even a face in the video. Too frustrating!
You can use VSDC Video editor. It is free. You can add clips, delete a portion of a clip, add text wherever you want, move the text from one place to another, PIP (Picture in picture) is possible. You can save in many formnats. This SW (VSDC) also works as convertor to convert the videos from one format to another. This accepts images, videos, audios, etc. ...
you can do this by using ffmpeg, Here are the steps: First do steps of the second method("Use a frameserver") on this page ("How to encode with ffmpeg from Adobe Premiere Pro") Beginng this step you should be streaming your Premier timeline through Debugmode and Avisynth on a specific IP and port. Now open a command line and run this ffmpeg command: ...
There is no global setting that works in all these conditions. The solution is to light properly and expose properly for the conditions. It's hard to give specific advice because you don't say what you're shooting in these low light conditions or what venue you're shooting in. Here are the general solutions: Do you have the option to increase the lighting? ...
There's lots of things to consider for a video editing machine, and the program you're using isn't everything, there's also what you're editing. For example, you'll benefit from a more powerful GPU for playback and rendering of high resolution files, and more ram for larger video files. That said, I have a Dell XPS 8700 with an i7-4790 processor for editing ...
When exporting from Premiere there is a checkbox that says "match sequence settings" which will use the same format as your source video. The "best quality" checkbox is Premiere does not refer to the codec, but to the internal scaling algorithms.
I think MeGUI is supposed to be a good front-end for x264 encoding. (x264 is the same h.264 encoder that VLC uses.) I don't know anything about powerdirector, so all I can say is that x264 is the best h.264 encoder (best quality vs. bitrate vs. cpu time tradeoff), and it's free. It's what you should use to make files for upload to youtube. (Use lots of ...
There is a similar question in stack overflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28320004/detect-if-video-file-contains-movement Apart from OpenCV they also suggest SimpleCV http://simplecv.org/ and "Motion" http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/WebHome
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