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If you are looking for software for windows then: .Lightworks (free but you need an account) .Jahashaka .If you do not want to use either of those, use Windows Live, Blender, slowmoVideo, and GoPro Studio together in your workflow. Typically what I do is import the file using GoPro studio(which can be used on most video formats) and color correct the ...


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Yes, you can remove audio from any video in ActivePresenter. To do that, please follow the instruction in ActivePresenter's community: http://atomisystems.com/community/4508/how-to-i-cut-sound-out-of-a-video-i-import-into-software


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You'd achieve the effect by masking one part of the image and applying a desaturation effect to it. The hard part is masking off one part of the image. In software such as After Effects and Nuke you can mask off an area of the image with bezier splines, and the shape of the masks can be animated. Tracing and animating these masks is what is called ...


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The concept is simple, but it's time-consuming to implement and requires a lot of attention to detail. 1) In each frame, using video editing software, you mask off a certain part of the image. In this case, you create a mask that exactly outlines the character you want to make black and white. 2) Then, you tell the video editing software to desaturate ...


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Not paying attention...I was importing the whole card folder by dragging instead of the actual clip files! Some of the clips were long and must have been too big for the filesystem on the card? When I import the actual clip files through the media browser - Presto - no duplicates and now I see skips in the numerical sequences of the clips - e.g. MTS0000, ...


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A/V sync problems are noticeable at about +/- 0.1 sec. The samplerate clock in your phone and camera would have to be exactly the same speed to within 0.1 sec over 10 mins, or however long your clips are, for you to be able align at only one point. 0.1 / (10 * 60) = .0001. That's about 1 part in 10k. Wikipedia says quartz clocks are often as good as 6 ...


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I just created a video tutorial about how to blur videos with 4 ways. I think you may pick up any of them to solve your problem.


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After Effects is a good, reasonably priced solution. If you're not on a tight schedule and on a tight budget, The Foundry is releasing a noncommercial version of their Nuke compositing platform, which is much more powerful than After Effects, sometime soon.


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After Effects could certainly do what you want, as could Apple Motion (only for Macs though). If you're on a budget you might want to look at something lower cost - or free: Natron is an open source free compositor, that will be able to do that effect Blender - as well as being a 3D animation package it has a compositor too compositing is the technique ...


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Like others have said, just load your video in anything and play with the brightness effects. Even a gamma curve could do the trick. Or save a frame of the video where you can see anything at all, and play with that in a still-image program like imview, and play with the brightness / contrast / gamma to see if there's anything still there worth looking at. ...


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This feature is called "motion detection" in the video surveillance jargon and can be found on most IP cameras and NVRs. There is a large variety of solutions out there depending on the level of accuracy that you need, the ability to divide the monitored perimeter into zones, whether the analytics run off a live or recorded feed, the OS that you use, and ...


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I assume you have multiple inputs and want some kind of automatic editing that will switch which feed is live based on what has activity at the time. Unfortunately, pure changes in pixel values aren't really a super ideal way to tell what is interesting. There are systems which handle automatic selection of the speaker such as Microsoft's RoundTable system ...


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You could do this in After Effects. There are lots of examples online where people use Expressions to examine the average brightness of each frame, then act upon it. For example, you could add a marker to each frame that fell below a certain threshold level. Or make the frame's opacity go to 0%, to allow another track to show through from behind. Tutorial ...



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