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Video Editing Where And How


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In the brief time I have had Creator 2012, I have been able to capture audio from U-Tube, created VW of slide shows and multiple videos, collect my VW files into a MYDVD Project, copy Iso file to multiple DVDs, and stacked multiple audio files on a slide show. I have yet to learn how to cut out blank segments of videos.

 

Also, I am wondering if my burn process should run into hours - it seems to me that might be a system problem, but where to look? I have 2 GB of memory and a many MB of storage on my HP Pavillion E6400 Intel 2 Core duo processor, Vista OS PC. TIA justphilip

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In the brief time I have had Creator 2012, I have been able to capture audio from U-Tube, created VW of slide shows and multiple videos, collect my VW files into a MYDVD Project, copy Iso file to multiple DVDs, and stacked multiple audio files on a slide show. I have yet to learn how to cut out blank segments of videos.

 

Also, I am wondering if my burn process should run into hours - it seems to me that might be a system problem, but where to look? I have 2 GB of memory and a many MB of storage on my HP Pavillion E6400 Intel 2 Core duo processor, Vista OS PC. TIA justphilip

 

Cut out segments

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What you call a burn process is probably an encoding and burning process. Burning takes little time but the encoding takes a long time. Figure at LEAST 4 hours for each hour of video with your set-up.

 

How did you get into the forums? There are problems with new and with past posters getting in.

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