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tib_sun1

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do you know any sites with free tutorials to adobe and sony software?
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What software are you talking about?

http://www.creativecow.net - this should cover just about everything :tazz:
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i would add quicktime pro, especially if you want to output to HD (high definition). there are other packages that can do this, but quicktime pro is probably the best and easist to use.

btw great post. I need to link to it from the apps forum.

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I would also like to recommend:

Virtual Dub- http://www.virtualdub.org/

completely free and around the medium user level.

Macromedia Director MX- http://www.macromedi...tware/director/

Far from free but around the Adobe Premiere level.

Edited by Numb153Im remxed, 10 October 2005 - 02:32 PM.

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Numb Remxed, Macromedia Director MX is not a video editor on premieres level. But its still a good suggestion for multimedia products (in which you video ares integrated).
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Oh my bad.. it just looked expensive so I just assumed that. lol
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I would also like to recommend:

Virtual Dub- http://www.virtualdub.org/


Once you get the hang of VirtualDub you'll want to figure out AVISynth

http://www.avisynth.org/
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