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Aug
6
awarded  Editor
Aug
6
comment Options to speed up Hobbyist Rendering?
another idea -- export in the same format as the source material (in final cut), which will skip rendering/re-encoding. See: support.apple.com/kb/TA26174?viewlocale=en_US
Aug
6
revised Simple editing without re-encoding from the GoPro AVC codec?
add link to fc tutorial
Aug
6
asked How to save multiple QuickTimes but flatten audio tracks so that youtube/vimeo will accept it
Aug
6
asked Simple editing without re-encoding from the GoPro AVC codec?
Aug
6
comment kind of equipment used in this video
yep. its just a wide angle lense. a gopro would've looked better though, no black matting on the corners (although some people like that effect).
Aug
6
awarded  Supporter
Jul
3
awarded  Scholar
Jul
3
comment How to re-edit and/or duplicate an in-progress edit with YouTube Video Editor
i will reluctantly check this as the correct answer, although, if youtube is ALREADY saving projects then that data struct is already there, so duplicating a project cant be hard to add... @YOUTUBE - please add this feature - duplicate projects!
Jul
3
accepted How to re-edit and/or duplicate an in-progress edit with YouTube Video Editor
Jul
3
comment How to re-edit and/or duplicate an in-progress edit with YouTube Video Editor
dang thats what i figured. its just so convenient to do it online and not fiddle with settings and stuff locally sometimes. for simple cuts, it has enough and the great thing about it is doesnt have a million options like final cut does (which inevitably gobbles up all my time as i get stuck playing with all the cool possibilities).
Jul
2
awarded  Student
Jun
30
asked How to re-edit and/or duplicate an in-progress edit with YouTube Video Editor