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Use the overlay filter: ffmpeg -loop 1 -i image.jpg -i overlay.mp4 -filter_complex \ "overlay=main_w-overlay_w:main_h-overlay_h:shortest=1" output.mp4
It looks like you have 25fps (25 frames per second) video, so each frame is 40ms long (1/25 second). That means 5 frames of video would be 200ms. Your image shows a 20 frame clip, so it's 800ms long.
The problem was stemming from the Renderer. I solved it by switching off GPU-acceleration. I think this means I'm no longer using my GPU, which is a power tradeoff. Hopefully I'll be able to switch back once I'm running a non-beta version of Mac OS X.
I'd recommended the the Sony Vegas Suite. It's paid but offers what you are looking for.
In addition to the other answers, I use Hitfilm 3 Express, which is free here. It's actually very easy to use and isn't export limited like the free version of Lightworks. Plus if you decide at some point you want the more advanced features of the Pro version you can buy them piecemeal in packs for like $10-$25 rather than shelling out $300 for the full ...
Your command is missing double quotes around the filter definition : ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf "delogo=x=270:y=190:w=40:h=40" -c:a copy output.mp4 (as explained in FFmpeg filters documentation) Nevertheless, this filter will decode and re-encode your video stream.
FFMpeg might do what you need. It's pretty powerful commandline tool to convert video formats, sizes, etc. Here is a clear and simple tutorial for installing FFMpeg and using basic functions Here is a specific SuperUser thread about using it to cut small clips from a larger clip. So is their any video player or software by which i can crop/split ...
As someone else mentioned, Windows Movie Maker is a free option that would fit most of your needs. However, if you don't mind paying a little bit for your software, I'd recommend Adobe Premiere Elements. It's a super-simplified version of Adobe Premiere Pro that should be able to do everything you're asking for.
I've not used it, but Microsoft makes Microsoft Movie Maker. It might meet your needs. There are also some open source video editors you might have luck with: ShotCut - http://www.shotcut.org - kind of new, might be buggy Blender - http://www.blender.org - it's a 3D modelling app with video editing capabilities Lightworks - http://www.lwks.com - there's ...
Another interesting survey. On a youtube talk forum, a straw count was taken asking users what their favorite editing software was (NLE). Out of a sample size of 104 this is how it broke down below (I added my preferences as well, premiere pro and screenflow) 23% Sony Vegas Pro 23% Premiere Pro 13% Windows Movie Maker 8% Final Cut Pro X 6% iMovie 4% ...
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